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Joe Biden Axes President Trump’s Plan to Build “Garden of American Heroes” to Honor Greatest Americans


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One thing clear about President Trump is that he takes pride in America.

And that includes the nation’s most profound and impactful individuals.

Just before he left office, Trump discussed his plans to construct the “Garden of American Heroes,” an outdoor space to honor some of America’s most remarkable icons.

Some of the people to be featured were:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Whitney Houston

Kobe Bryant

Billy Graham

Harriet Tubman

Alex Trebek

Those plans were halted by Biden with zero explanation given.

It’s obvious Biden has zero pride in this country and will throw it under the bus, so long as President Trump isn’t given credit for anything.

Biden also cowers to the vandals and domestic terrorists that already destroyed memorials to other historic Americans.

Biden also removed a President Trump order to punish those who destroy present statues.

That’s America’s history whether you like it or not.

Biden and his cronies want this country’s history destroyed and rewritten to fit their socialist agenda.

Anything that celebrates the successes of Americans, you can forget it under Sleepy Joe:

Daily Mail reported:

Trump unveiled his proposed heroes on January 18, just two days before he left office. They included the late Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg, who died of cancer in September 2020 aged 87.

Also on the list was Houston, hailed as one of the United States’ greatest ever pop stars, who tragically drowned while high on drugs in February 2012. LA Lakers basketball icon Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles in January 2020 aged 41.

Other statues planned by Trump included late Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, underground railroad heroine Harriet Tubman, cookery book writer Julia Child and evangelist Billy Graham.

He had envisioned that the garden would be ‘a site of natural beauty that enables visitors to enjoy nature, walk among the statues, and be inspired to learn about great figures of America’s history.’

No site was ever selected, and the planned garden did not receive any congressional funding. Biden’s decision to cancel the plan marks a highly symbolic distancing of his administration from the Trump-era White House.

Meanwhile, Biden revoked Trump’s decree in June 2020 calling for the federal government to ‘prosecute to the fullest extent permitted under Federal law’ acts of vandalism and destruction to statues on federal property.

That order came in response to the defacement of statues — particularly those honoring the Confederacy — during nationwide protests over racial injustice following the killing of George Floyd while in police custody. These demonstrations later spread around the world.

Mr Biden’s decree also revoked Trump’s May 2020 order calling for the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate social media companies for labeling or removing posts or entire accounts in what the then president claimed was a restriction on free speech.

That order came before Trump himself was removed from platforms like Twitter and Facebook after the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

A proclamation from Trump that required immigrants to prove they would be covered by certain health insurance plans within 30 days of entering the US or prove they could cover medical costs was also vetoed by Biden.



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