Black Lives Matter activists staged street demonstrations and riots to bully politicians to bow to their wishes.
But the movement finally crossed a bright red line.
And Donald Trump made one threat that just shut down Black Lives Matter riots.
Over the last week, Black Lives Matter activists across the country tore down statues of Ulysses S. Grant, Francis Scott Key, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington.
Americans realized this was no longer a protest about police brutality, but instead was a cultural revolution designed to erase history and set the stage for socialism in America.
President Trump finally said enough was enough in an interview with EWTN correspondent Raymond Arroyo.
“You saw Ulysses S. Grant, where they want to take him down. He’s the one that stopped the ones that everybody dislikes so much. It’s a disgrace. Also, remember, some of this is great artwork. This is magnificent artwork, as good as there is anywhere in the world, as good as you see in France, as good as you see anywhere. It’s a disgrace. Most of these people don’t even know what they’re taking down,” the President explained.
President Trump made it clear his administration would protect monuments in America from vandals and anarchists through an executive order requiring local governments to defend statues.
“We’re going to do an executive order, and we’re going to make the cities guard their monuments. This is a disgrace,” President Trump explained to Arroyo.
Many Americans have had enough.
It is clear Black Lives Matter and other left-wing rioters do into intend to stop with taking down monuments to the Confederacy.
Their goal is the destruction of all American history.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.