“A great speech” made by President Trump at Mt. Rushmore says Amy, an older Chinese lady who lived through the Chinese Cultural Revolution that started in 1966 and, she notes, destroyed much of Chinese cultural history.
You can hear Amy’s story, why she loves America, on 1080 AM radio. Amy’s story was part of The Saturday Special which will be re-broadcast July 4 from 10-12 midnight on 1080 AM. It’s also available in the Archives of the radio station.
As a young woman, Amy married a Jew who was saved at age 18 from a Nazi concentration camp. Her later-to-become husband weighed only 70 pounds when carried out by American soldiers. Later admitted to Harvard’s medical school, her husband vowed he would save lives as his life was saved by Americans.
So did you hear Trump’s speech at Mt Rushmore? You can click on the link below.
Trump’s speech was preceded by a speech by the Gov. of South Dakota, Kristi Noem. Gov Noem says that 125,000 persons signed up for the 7,500 available seats. This is the first year in 11 years that there have been fireworks at Mt. Rushmore.
Gov. Noem says: There are those today who seek to wipe away our history, who see the flaws in our early founders and who deliberately use those flaws to condemn their ideals.
In Gov. Neem’s words, “Let us not destroy history. Let us learn from it”.