Veterans ‘ Memorial Preservation Act Cited By Trump Makes Destruction of National Memorials and Statues Punishable by Up to 10 Years in Prison

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Earlier today President Trump spoke to reporters at the White House before he left for his rally in Arizona later today.

President Trump told reporters he will use the Veterans’ Memorial Preservation Act to go after the jailed hoodlums who attempted to tear down the Andrew Jackson statue last night in Lafayette Square.

President Trump tweeted this out earlier this morning.

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President Trump told reporters his intentions before his flight to Arizona.

Trump is right.
One section of the Veterans’ Memorial Preservation Act of 2003 states that a person who willfully injures or destroys veteran memorials — or attempts to do so — shall be fined and/or imprisoned no more than 10 years.

Over 100 monuments and statues have been torn down by violent leftists and Marxists in the last month.
It’s time to jail these lawbreakers.





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