Trump explains U.S. unrest left with "ideological treatment" in schools and universities

Trump explains U.S. unrest left with “ideological treatment” in schools and universities

The U.S. President stated that the Democrats had initially planned to use the protests to their advantage, but then “lost control of the radical left”
U.S. President Donald Trump claims that the current unrest in the country is the result of the “ideological treatment” of American schoolchildren and students by teachers with left-wing political views. He said this at a press conference at the White House on Monday.

“What we are witnessing now is a consequence of left-wing ideological processing in the schools and universities of our countries. Many young Americans are told the lie that America is an immoral country engulfed in racism,” the leader said.

“There is only one way to unity – to restore a common national identity that will be built around the common American values that we have full. It’s about restoring patriotic education in our country’s schools,” Trump said.

“We must teach our children that America is an exceptional, free and just country that is worth defending, preserving and defending it,” the President added.

“Capitulation in front of the crowd”
According to Trump, his rival in the upcoming elections, Democrat Joseph Biden intends to “capitulate in front of a crowd” of supporters of left-wing political views and “give them control over all levers of power in the United States.” “But when you capitulate in front of a crowd, you get not freedom, but fascism, it happens everywhere,” – the owner of the White House is convinced.

“Biden uses a mafia strategy – the crowd will leave you alone if you give her what she wants. But it doesn’t work that way.

In his opinion, the Democrats initially planned to use the protests to their advantage, but then “lost control of the radical left”.

“They want to appoint radical prosecutors, radical judges, and radical federal officials who will release criminals,” Trump said. “They want to allow people in prison to vote, such as the Boston terrorist (Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was convicted of his part in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing),” Trump added.

Disturbances in the U.S.
Mass protests and riots began in many U.S. cities in late May following the death of African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The police used a suffocating seizure in his arrest. All four police officers involved in the operation were dismissed and charged.

The U.S. National Guard was involved with local law enforcement agencies to restore order. About 40 cities, including Washington and New York, imposed curfews. The largest rallies were in Portland.

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