Trump Stands With St. Louis Park, Vows To Win Minnesota
President Donald Trump tweeted his support for patriots in Minnesota’s fifth congressional district Thursday, after the district’s largest city did away with the pledge of allegiance at council meetings.
The St. Louis Park City Council unanimously voted on June 17th to nix the pledge of allegiance from council meetings in the name of creating “diverse community,” according to Fox News. Last Monday, over 100 patriotic protestors attended a council meeting to reconsider the inclusion of the pledge as they waved flags and changed USA.
“The Pledge of Allegiance to our great Country, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, is under siege,” said the president. “That is why I am going to win the Great State of Minnesota in the 2020 Election. People are sick and tired of this stupidity and disloyalty to our wonderful USA!”
Congresswoman Omar did not immediately respond to the president’s remarks, but has been hard at work this week, decrying Tucker Carlson as a “racist fool,” according to Salon, and posting tips for illegal immigrants on how to deal with planned ICE immigration enforcement action on her Twitter.
Trump has a good chance of fulfilling his promise to win the land of 10,000 lakes in 2020, as the state only remained blue by 1.5% in 2016, according to the New York Times.