The capital of our country, a team of black astronomers surveyed the city in the early 1790s, and it knew how to deal with crowds.
Most of us have seen historical photos of the War of Resistance Against Vietnam in March 1965 and Washington’s job search and freedom in March 1963. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. published his famous photos from the steps The inspiring “I Have a Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial.
To commemorate the explorer Christopher Columbus (Christopher Columbus), the federal territory was named the District of Columbia, before and after numerous protests, rallies and celebrations were held.
Supporters wearing red hats that made America great again flocked to Washington, DC in 2017 to view Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration.
The next day, a large number of women and their supporters, many of them wearing pink knitted hats, symbolized Trump’s claim to rob their female organs and marched through the streets of Washington.
During these two days, Trump supporters and opponents chanted, held up slogans, and called on them to bring justice. There was a skirmish, but Washington handled it.
Four or eight years before that, I was there to witness the promotion of Barack Obama from the US Senator to the US President. We don’t want the king-we kicked the king of England-but “sublimation” is the right word.
Presidential positions like Washington, the Supreme Court, the Capitol, and the White House itself have more meaning than a man or woman has.
The president is us going to the world, we going to each other. This office, regardless of the person who awarded the honor, should be respected.
The temporary siege of the Capitol on January 6 means that there will be no demonstrations, peaceful protests, exaggeration and what it should be during the transition period. A historic event-the election of the first female vice president of the United States-will be deceived under its due attention.
I remember when Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama walked out of the limousine on Pennsylvania Avenue and walked part of the 2013 Inaugural Day parade, I held my breath.
Before and after that, people feared that the country’s first black president would be assassinated like a president who “freed” slaves.
In order to prevent the transition of power, some people raised the Confederate flag. Although Lincoln won in the civil war, the immortal symbol of oppression in this country became our most treasured palace of democracy.
On this day, 156 years after the end of the Civil War, the defeated and degraded flag was finally flying in our Capitol.
When Joe Biden becomes the next president on Wednesday, the protesters and supporters will not be on the National Mall.
Of course, people are worried about more domestic terrorism, so he, like President Trump, President Obama, and most previous presidents, is unlikely to walk along Pennsylvania Avenue.
In this case, the sniper will be on the top of the building as usual, but if he and his wife are walking, there will be no large crowds beckoning him.
Post time: Jan-18-2021