(RightWingAmericans.com)- While the country suffers through some of the worst violence seen in decades, courtesy of extremist gangs of Democratic Party voters, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement complaining about President Donald Trump. Again.
The statement, which made little impact, was published after President Donald Trump held a press conference in the White House Rose Garden. During the press gathering, Trump warned that he would send in the military to stop the widespread violence being committed by gangs of far-left activists is governors don’t use their power to request help from the National Guard. He told the country he is a president of law and order, and following his speech, walked across Lafayette Square to pay respects at the sight of St. John’s Episcopal Church.
Over the weekend, gangs of violent thugs set fire to the two-century-old church.
Pelosi and Schumer didn’t like the comments, or his appearance at the church. Incredibly, they came to the conclusion that the president’s words equated to trying to rip apart the country.
“Across our country, Americans are protesting for an end to the pattern of racial injustice and brutality we saw most recently in the murder of George Floyd,” they said.
Floyd’s death was widely condemned by Republicans and Democrats alike, but Schumer and Pelosi spoke as if it was a partisan issue.
“Yet, at a time when our country cries out for unification, this President is ripping it apart,” they also added. “Tear-gassing peaceful protesters without provocation just so that the President could pose for photos outside a church dishonors every value that faith teaches us.”
I think setting a church on fire probably dishonors the Bible more, honestly. Not to mention, Pelosi and Schumer completely ignored the fact that the Chief White House Correspondent for RealClearPolitics reported how the police warned protesters three times that they needed to leave Lafayette Square. When they refused, force was used to clear them out of the way. That’s how protests work. Oh, and it wasn’t peaceful.
They ended the joint statement by calling on the president and law enforcement to “respect the dignity and rights of all Americans.”
They didn’t offer any solutions for the widespread violence that is injuring and killing people all over the country. They also didn’t address the fact that the livelihoods of American people, including African Americans, are being destroyed as protesters burn down shops and businesses.