The following article, No 4th of July Fireworks At Mount Rushmore, Says Joe Biden’s National Park Service, was first published on Flag And Cross.
Welcome to Joe Biden’s America, where patriotism is at an all-time low – at least from the POV of one political party. Remember President Trump’s 4th of July celebration at Mount Rushmore in 2020?
Yeah, that isn’t exactly happening this year.
From Washington Examiner:
The National Park Service denied a request from South Dakota to host another July Fourth fireworks display at Mount Rushmore following a controversial Independence Day in 2020 attended by then-President Donald Trump.
NPS Regional Director Herbert Frost penned a letter to the state’s tourism department that the park service is “unable to grant a request to have fireworks at the Memorial,” according to a readout obtained by Washington Examiner.
“Potential risks to the park itself and to the health and safety of employees and visitors associated with the fireworks demonstration continue to be a concern and are still being evaluated as a result of the 2020 event,” Frost wrote.
Last year, fireworks and Air Force jets provided a celebratory backdrop behind the iconic, stone-carved presidential figures in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
If there’s one place where fireworks should take place in the U.S. on the 4th of July, you’d think Mount Rushmore would be at the top of the list.
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