It was a classic Trump move.
With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day coming up, the President signed a bill into law, a bill crafted by racist blowhard Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), that will expand the size of Atlanta’s Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site to include the Prince Hall Masonic Temple, where King made several speeches reports the Independent Journal Review (IJR).
In one move he proved all his racist critics wrong and did so with the support of direct relatives of MLK.
Through Deputy White House Spokesman Hogan Gidley, it was announced that:
“Through his life and work, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made America more just and free. This important historical park tells his story, and this bill will help ensure that the park continues to tell Dr. King’s story for generations to come.”
The President signed the law aboard Air Force One accompanied by King Jr’s niece, Alveda King her nephew Isaac Newton Farris Jr. among other.
Alveda King, niece of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. walks behind President Trump as he arrives in Atlanta Ga. @realDonaldTrump signed a bill creating a national historic park for Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. aboard AF1 after landing. pic.twitter.com/kghLPlh3an
— Doug Mills (@dougmillsnyt) January 8, 2018
Alveda King has been a stalwart defender of the President, praising his economic policies as a welcomed gift to the Black community. She, of course, voted for Trump after appearing with him throughout the 2016 campaign.
CNN actually reported that Trump’s approval created the “first national historic park in Georgia”, something that Obama never seemed to have gotten around to even considering.
Rep. Lewis, who boycotted the President’s inauguration and first State of the Union address, has been quiet on what the racist President Trump just did. It is hoped he stays that way.
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