Democrats moved quickly to try to scrub Washington, D.C. of any last traces of Donald Trump. Congress wasted valuable time (and money) on a second impeachment effort. This one was even weaker than the last. Joe Biden signed over 40 executive orders to overturn Trump’s policies. It was such a colossal mistake, that he’s already paying for it at the border.

And several Democrats in the House have tried to push legislation that would prevent federal property from being named after Trump. These people hate the former president so much, they don’t even want “a bench” to have his name on it.

Pretty pathetic, considering there is an entire Trump hotel, right across the street from the White House.

But the rest of the country does not share in the left’s toxic hatred of the 45th president. Numerous Republicans from various states have already vowed to honor Trump, one way or another. Some plan on renaming highways or other locations after the man.

And now, another lawmaker is joining their ranks.

Ohio State Rep. Mike Loychik (R-Bazetta) has introduced legislation to rename the state’s Mosquito Lake State Park to “Donald J. Trump State Park,” after former President Donald Trump.

“This legislation is meant to honor the commitment and dedication that our 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, bestowed upon the great people of Trumbull County,” said Loychik in a statement…

Rep. Loychik told Breitbart News “President Trump understood the hardships people in the Mahoning Valley have been facing for the last 40 years.” [Source: Breitbart]

While Democrats are trying to “cancel” Donald Trump, pretending like he was never president, this Republican wants to rename a state park after him.

Loychik is doing this for more than just loyalty to the president. He discussed how Trump’s leadership helped the Ohio people, especially those that have been struggling for years. Trump often pushed policies that brought jobs back to the country, something states like Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin directly benefited from.

If Loychik is successful, this will be one of many honor state leaders have shown to Trump. Lawmakers in Florida have sought to rename portions of the highway after him. Republicans in one Florida town want to create a “Donald Trump Day.”

The Alabama GOP will be presenting Trump with a declaration stating he is one of the “greatest and most effective” presidents in our history. It’s the first time they’ve ever done something like that.

Don’t be surprised to hear of more state leaders going out of their way to honor and memorialize Trump’s presidency. I wouldn’t be shocked to learn about statues, memorials, schools and more. The harder Democrats push to eradicate Trump’s name from our country, the more tributes will come flooding in.

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