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FILE – In this July 7, 2010 file photo, tourists visit Mount Rushmore National Memorial Keystone, S.D. State tourism officials are banking on the 75th anniversary of the completion of Mount Rushmore and the 100th birthday of the National Park Service, along with stable gas prices, to drive vacationers to the state during the 2016 tourism season. (Ryan Soderlin/Rapid City Journal via AP, File)

President Donald Trump will be celebrating the Fourth of July with a visit to Mount Rushmore the day before.

So now the things you couldn’t imagine even being attacked are being attacked.

Lo and behold, suddenly there’s been all kinds of crazy demonization of Mount Rushmore. Let’s just leave out both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have visited it and it’s one of the country’s greatest monuments, honoring some of America’s greatest presidents.

Suddenly it’s the symbol of evil in the modern world, according to Democrats in a crazy DNC tweet, as we reported.

Now showing that there’s no coordination at all, no siree, none, the New York Times is coming after Mount Rushmore.

From Fox News:

Along with the criticisms George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Theodore Roosevelt have faced in recent weeks, the Times reported the condemnation from Native Americans since the monument was built on indigenous land. It also noted how the sculptor Gutzon Borglum had “strong bonds with leaders of the Ku Klux Klan” and has a documented history of espousing white supremacist and anti-Semitic rhetoric.

But it was their tweet promoting the article that really raised eyebrows.

Americans let them have it, but good.

Maybe the NY Times needs to have a little introspection about their own crimes?

Gee, wonder why the difference now? Funny how that works.

Seriously, no one and nothing is our history is safe from the mob at this point.