Trump predicted an attack against our Founding Fathers that is now becoming a reality

by Jason Collins

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New York City Council has pushed an agenda to remove all art depicting the Founding Fathers, a move President Trump had predicted years earlier. 

It was back in 2017 when President Trump predicted that the extreme left would eventually, at some point, go after the Founding Fathers. That time has come.

In a series of tweets dug up by Breitbart, President Trump acknowledged America’s painful past but also said, “You can’t change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson – who’s next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish!” 

This week, New York City’s council, led by Democrats, pushed a bill to remove art, including statues that depicted the Founding Fathers, specifically George Washington.

Breitbart reported that this bill includes “a plan to remove works of art on City property that depict a person who owned enslaved persons or directly benefitted economically from slavery, or who participated in systemic crimes against indigenous peoples or other crimes against humanity.”

The bill will require the Public Design Commission (PDC) to release their plan on how they will remove the art as well as provide an explanatory plaque next to artworks that have not been removed as a tool for education. 

The Daily Mail shared the outcry against the proposed bill and what City Councilor Joann Ariola said, “This is little more than an attempt by the radical left to rewrite our nation’s history. The Founding Fathers and the others who worked so hard to establish this great country should be celebrated, not eliminated from memory.” 

However, Councilwoman Sandy Nurse, D-Brooklyn, the bill’s author, argues that she isn’t trying to cancel history but rather correct it, according to the New York Post.

This is just another example of Biden’s woke agenda that the House Oversight Committee is trying to fight with an impeachment inquiry that will be held on Thursday, Sept. 28.

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