President Trump Announces “American Heroes Garden” of STATUES

( While far-left radicals representing Black Lives Matter and Antifa tear down statues and monuments all over the United States, President Donald Trump is looking to the future…and announcing the erection of more statues. During his speech in front of Mount Rushmore on July 3rd, President Trump announced the construction of a new “American Heroes Garden” that would be filled with statues of American heroes.

It is expected to be completed by 2026.

“To celebrate America’s majestic inheritance, yesterday I signed an executive order to create a brand new monument to our most beloved icons,” President Trump said in front of Mount Rushmore. “The National Garden of American Heroes will be a vast, outdoor park that will feature the statues of greatest Americans who have ever lived.”

Trump promised to “honor extraordinary citizens from every community, from every place, and from every part of our nation,” in direct opposition to the division being pushed by Black Lives Matter.

On Saturday, President Trump addressed the nation from the White House, wishing Americans everywhere a happy Independence Day, and announcing some of the names who will be included in the American Heroes Garden.

The American heroes that President Trump announced on Saturday who will be included in the garden include:

– Wilbur and Orville Wright
– George Washington
– Booker T. Washington
– Harriet Tubman
– Harriet Beecher Stowe
– Antonin Scalia
– Betsy Ross
– Jackie Robinson
– Ronald Reagan
– George S. Patton, Jr.
– Audie Murphy
– Christa McAuliffe
– James Madison
– Dolley Madison
– Douglas MacArthur
– Abraham Lincoln
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
– Thomas Jefferson
– Alexander Hamilton
– Billy Graham
– Benjamin Franklin
– Amelia Earhart
– Frederick Douglass
– Davy Crockett
– Henry Clay
– Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
– Daniel Boone
– Clara Barton
– Susan B. Anthony
– John Adams

The executive order signed by the President says that every person depicted in the garden will have “Lived perfect lives,” but that nonetheless they “will all be worth honoring, remembering, and studying.”

The executive order also made a statement against the destruction of statues, saying that the tearing down of monuments is desecrating common inheritance.

“These statues are not ours alone, to be discarded at the whom of those inflamed by fashionable political fashions; they belong to generations that have cone before us and to generations yet unborn.”