April 9, 2009
Evidently the Los Angeles city council has voted to remove Donald Trumps star from Hollywood Blvd. because of the acts of vandalism, and also resulting fights and riots at the scene of the star.
It seems pretty hypocritical that Hollywood liberals can vote to remove the star of the President of the United States, caving to the far left who think all they have to do is create civil unrest, and everyone will remove monuments, statues, and parts of our history. It is a step into further oppression, where support for conservative values, results in violent acts by the extreme left. Not to mention dozens of other stars remain, from people like Harvey Weinstien, Roman Polanski, Bill Cosby, and probably dozens of people who have a history on casting couches.
Where are we when tourists are beaten up just for taking a picture by a star for the President, or when a 200 pound thug, grabs a Trump "make america great" hat off a child in a restaurant? Where does this all end, and in Hollywood you get blackballed for being a conservative, labeled for religious views, or going against the grain of any liberal agendas.
Should the city cave to these people, or stand their ground, that these are monuments in our city for everyone, not for the extreme left to deface, and further do violent acts to anyone who opposes them. Didn't we learn anything from the riots and protests in the south, resulting in defacing statues of our history?