WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Democrat Party’s war against America and Americans hasn’t yet been won, but the alliance is on shaky ground. As Democrats across the land unite to usurp Presidential Donald J. Trump in the name of police brutality, factions have already begun feuding. On Friday, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser told New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy to remove her hostile troops from her city.
“Dear Governor Murphy, I request that you remove your National Guard from our city,” Bowser said. “They were brought to the District without my knowledge and request. I appreciate your service, but your presence encroaches on the rights of 705,000 tax-paying residents. Thank you very much for your prompt attention in this matter.”
This comes as Bowser evicted Utah’s citizen-soldiers who helped to quell the D.C. riots from the hotel they were staying at.
“If Mayor Bowser has a problem with President Trump she should take it up with him, not take it out on National Guard personnel in the middle of a dangerous deployment in her city,” said Utah Senator Mike Lee. “These brave men and women have risked their lives protecting DC for three days. Rioting, looting, arson, and vandalism have all disappeared bc these soldiers served. And now they are being kicked to the curb by an ungrateful mayor. This must be stopped.”
Then, President Trump, the man who actually called for the deployment of the Utah and New Jersey National Guard got in on the action.
“The incompetent Mayor of Washington, D.C., @MayorBowser, who’s budget is totally out of control and is constantly coming back to us for “handouts”, is now fighting with the National Guard, who saved her from great embarrassment,” Trump said.
Bowser, whose city was burned and looted by the George Floyd rioters wants the President to remove all foreign troops from her land immediately. She sent letters to the Governors of New Jersey, Utah and Ohio, which currently occupy the city.
Governor Murphy was the only Democrat governor to send troops to Washington, D.C. during the riots and said their mission was explicitly to protect federal buildings and federal monuments. Murphy told Bowser it wasn’t his call, but he did defend his decision to send New Jersey citizen-soldier to the nation’s capital to defend national monuments.
On Saturday, that mission will come to an end.
“Effective 9:00 AM tomorrow, the 85 @NJNationalGuard members who have been in our nation’s capital will end their mission. I’ve said from the outset that this was a mission limited in both scope and duration, and I’m keeping that promise,” Murphy said.
DID YOU KNOW?
Rikin Mehta, the lifelong Democrat who is running as a Republican for U.S. Senate served in Muriel Bowser’s D.C. city administration before returning to New Jersey to run for Senate. Mehta was a top-level enforcer in Bowser’s city health department. Mehta now, is in hot water after a video surfaced with his campaign manager saying the “N-word” along with some friends. That video got Mehta’s right-hand man expelled from Monmouth University.