With Donald Trump forced to leave office, Democrats must have thought they were done with him for good. In addition to their doomed second impeachment, some Democrats have proposed a bill to prevent federal property from being named after the man. Geez, they hate Trump so much, they don’t even want to see him name on a bench. Talk about hatred.
Despite all their scheming, it’s going to be a long time before we’ve seen the last of Trump. He has already formed an “Office of the Former President,” which will enable him to continue his America first strategy through activism. On top of that, a Florida lawmaker wants to rename a highway after him.
And now, Ohio lawmakers are planning to honor his birthday with an official holiday.
Two Ohio lawmakers are reportedly seeking support from their fellow legislators to mark former President Donald Trump’s birthday in that state as “President Donald J. Trump Day.”
State Reps. Reggie Stoltzfus and Jon Cross reached out to lawmakers in the Ohio House on Friday, asking them to “recognize the accomplishments of [Trump’s] administration, and [show] that the Ohio House believes it is imperative we set aside a day to celebrate one of the greatest presidents in American history.” [Source: Just the News]
These lawmakers want to make June 14, which is also Flag Day, as an official holiday to commemorate the accomplishments of President Trump. They also admit it is a way for Ohio Republicans to show the rest of the country that they are not turning their back on Trump.
In the aftermath of the 2020 Election and the January 6 riots, a number of Republicans abandoned the president. It seems, after it became clear that Trump would not be able to overturn the fraudulent election results, D.C. Republicans were trying to save their own skins. Even though Trump helped restore the party—and get many re-elected—these RINOs were all too quick to abandon him.
With Democrats trying to erase Trump’s entire mark on the country, there seems to be a trend across the country to do the same. After four unprecedented years of success (even during a pandemic), the left wants us to just forget 2016-2020. These lawmakers refuse. They not only want to remember and honor Trump—they want to make sure Ohioans do it every year on his birthday.
We don’t know yet if the rest of the Ohio House will pick up this bill. But if it’s passed. “President Donald J. Trump Day” could become a holiday in the state. That might spark more efforts by state conservatives to honor Trump all over the country. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear about states like Texas, Florida, Indiana, and others coming out with inventive ways to celebrate President Trump.
The fact that it would burn up Democrats, just makes it even better.