President Trump is traveling to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday after a week of leftist riots and looting.
Wisconsin Democrat Governor Tony Evers, who sat back and allowed Kenosha to be looted and destroyed, does not want President Trump to come to Kenosha. He doesn’t want national attention on the destruction of the far left ANTIFA-Black Lives Matter rioters in Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, Rep. Bryan Steil, who represents Kenosha said Tuesday that President Trump’s visit will “help begin the process of healing” for the city, as previously reported by 100% FED Up. The Wisconsin Republican expressed his approval of the president’s visit to the city after protests since the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha more than one week ago.
“President Trump answered my call when help was needed in Kenosha,” Steil said in a statement on Twitter. “Now he wants to thank the men and women who helped restore public safety in our community of Kenosha.”
Democrats won’t do anything about the violence but are smart enough to know they should be ashamed of their supporters’ destruction.
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 1, 2020
President Donald Trump: These are anarchists, these are agitators, they’re rioters, they’re looters, they’re bad people. They’re burning down Portland. You take a look at that. You take a look at the scenes last night, and then the fake news media will say that they’re friendly protesters. Because you people, I tell ya, if we only had an honest press in this country we would be much more advanced but we have a very dishonest press… You don’t report that. They shot a man in the street. They executed a religious man in the street and you don’t mention it. It’s not even a story. You talk about other things. The press should be ashamed of themselves. I think the press, the media is what’s fueling this. More so than even Biden. Cuz Biden doesn’t know he’s alive. The press is really fueling this and they’re fueling it horribly.
The White House announced the president’s trip to Kenosha over the weekend, where he plans to give a message on “law and order” amid the unrest in the city. Trump is expected to meet with law enforcement and survey the damage from the demonstrations, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters.
Local Democratic leaders have spoken out against the president’s visit. Democrat Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said Sunday he is concerned Trump’s “presence will only hinder our healing.” Kenosha Democrat Mayor John Antaramian told NPR’s “Weekend Edition” that he would prefer Trump not to visit “at this point in time.”