Biden Revokes Six Trump-Era Executive Orders, Including Planned ‘Garden Of American Heroes’

Joe Biden is playing games

The US President revoked some of the executive orders Donald Trump signed during his presidency. Trump’s orders target social media companies and their moderation policies. These also protect Americans from “overcriminalization” by several regulations and seek to establish the “National Garden of American Heroes.”

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The new executive order rescinds six of Trump’s executive orders and directs the heads of executive departments and agencies to “consider taking steps” to “roll back” policies related to Trump’s orders.

Trump wanted to implement the project called “National Garden of American Heroes.” He was trying to implement it through a Jan. 18 directive that required the monument to “be built to reflect the awesome splendor of our country’s timeless exceptionalism.”

“It will be a place where citizens, young and old, can renew their vision of greatness and take up the challenge that I gave every American in my first address to Congress, to ‘[b]elieve in yourselves, believe in your future, and believe, once more, in America,’” Trump wrote in his executive order, which also made mention of an “attack” on the “belief in the greatness and goodness of America” by a “dangerous anti-American extremism that seeks to dismantle our country’s history, institutions, and very identity.”

This stems from the destruction of monuments across the nation.

“The heroes of 1776 have been desecrated, with statues of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin vandalized and toppled,” Trump wrote in the order, adding, “the brave warriors who saved freedom from Nazi fascism have been disgraced with a memorial to World War II veterans defaced with the hammer and sickle of Soviet communism.”

PORTLAND, OR – OCTOBER 11: Protesters stand over a toppled statue of President Theadore Rosevelt during an Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage protest on October 11, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. Protesters tore down statues of two U.S. presidents and broke windows out of downtown businesses Sunday night before police intervened. (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

Trump wanted to build a “National Garden of American Heroes” so it could become a “vast outdoor park that will feature the statues of the greatest Americans to ever live.” It was supposed to feature sculptures of dozens of American historical figures including presidents, athletes, and pop culture names.

Biden also revoked Trump’s order from June 2020. It called for the federal government to “prosecute to the fullest extent permitted under Federal law” acts of vandalism and destruction to great statues on federal property.

Another order called for the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the Big Tech for labeling or removing posts related to Trump.

Biden revokes Trump’s order to brand US foreign aid with a single “logo that embodies the values and generosity of the American people.” Another order seeks to make the consequences of violating some regulations more transparent as protection against unwarranted criminal punishment for unintentional regulatory violations.

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Source: The Epoch Times

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