President Trump is no longer the President. He’s not even on Twitter anymore. He’s off to Mar-a-Lago, golfing, and releasing scathing attacks on Mitch McConnell through his Super PAC.
But that hasn’t stopped the Democrats from attempting further purges and tarnishes on the Trump name.
First, they’re preparing to unleash an obese investigative effort into the event of January 6th, and Trump’s purported role in it.
Now, they’re trying to erase him from the future.
Democrats in the House of Representatives have introduced legislation that would prevent former President Donald Trump from having his name displayed on federal projects, buildings, statues, lands, or other type of commemoration.take our poll - story continues below
According to the bill’s text, which was provided late last month, the legislation would “prohibit the use of Federal funds for the commemoration of certain former Presidents.” While Trump is not mentioned by name in the proposed legislation, he is the only president to have been impeached twice by the House.
The bill, dubbed the “No Glory for Hate Act,” was introduced by California Democrat Rep. Linda Sanchez and has 13 cosponsors, all of whom are Democrats.
Some of the text is about as subtle as a jackhammer.
The bill specifically prevents federal funds from being used to “create or display any symbol, monument, or statue commemorating any former President that has been twice impeached by the House of Representatives,” including “any highway, park, subway, Federal building, military installation, street, or other Federal property.”
The bill also prevents Trump from being buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
“The Secretary of Defense shall not approve a determination of eligibility for interment or inurnment in Arlington National Cemetery made by the Secretary of the Army that permits the interment or inurnment in Arlington National Cemetery of any former President that has been twice impeached by the House of Representatives,” the bill states.
Trump may be gone from Washington, but Trump Derangement Syndrome remains.
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