August 12, 2022

Biden To Remove Jackson From $20 Bill & Replace Him With …

In case you missed this … Biden is working on removing ALL of American history … Just like Stalin would have people scrubbed from photos, Biden is now doing looking to do that with our currency. 

During the Obama years there were many rumors and reports that the Treasury was considering scrapping Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of these United States, from the $20 Federal Reserve note.

Jackson was an all around bad ass who killed the second private bank bank to take root in the United States, as well as men who challenged him to duels and insulted his wives.

Jackson also waged blood and deadly wars agains the indigenous population of the Southern States in order to clear the land for colonists, something the left takes great issue with.

Their solution?  Erase Jackson from history and replace him with a non persistent, woman, who has some impressive accomplishments in her own right and deserves to be honored, but not on US currency.

Tubman was a heroic woman and every child should learn her story, but that fact of the matter is she was not a founding father, nor fallen president of the US.

The Gateway Pundit reports:

‘The Biden administration is looking for ways to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill and replace him with Harriet Tubman as soon as possible.

The effort to replace Jackson with Tubman had stalled under President Donald Trump.

“The Treasury Department is taking steps to resume efforts to put Harriett Tubman on the front of the $20 notes,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a briefing.

Psaki rambled on about “diversity” on money before saying that they are “exploring ways to speed up that effort.”

“It’s important that our notes, our money … reflect the history and diversity of our country, and Harriet Tubman’s image gracing the new $20 note would certainly reflect that,” she added. “So we’re exploring ways to speed up that effort.”

The removal of Jackson was announced by the Treasury Department in 2016 during the Obama administration. They had previously hoped to unveil the redesign by 2020, but was squashed by the Trump admin.

The Treasury Department originally considered replacing Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill, but activists demanded they replace Jackson instead due to his “role in moving Native Americans off their land.”

Trump had criticized the decision during his 2016 campaign, calling it “pure political correctness.”’

When Obama passes away (God willing at a ripe old age and from natural causes) he will most certainly be on a bill … if the Republic lasts that long

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Kawika56 April 18, 2021
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“Treasury throws founder of the Democratic Party off $20 bill, replaces with gun-toting Republican.” — David Burge Jackson’s Trail of Tears By Allyne Caan   Who would have thought that after more than a year of debate, speculation, and politically correct public demand, America would learn that a God-loving, gun-toting Republican woman would earn a spot on our nation’s currency? Of course, don’t say this too loudly lest the Obama Treasury Department realize what it just did and change its mind.   But it’s true. Harriet Tubman — whom History.com notes was sustained by two things: “the pistol at her side and her faith in God” — will grace a newly designed $20 bill, to be unveiled in 2030. There’s no question that Tubman’s heroic work leading slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad merits her image on our currency. But who’s getting the boot to make way for the Moses of her people? None other than our seventh president, Andrew Jackson, a Democrat.   Before any tears are shed for the military hero-turned commander in chief, consider that our greenbacks almost lost a patron saint, Alexander Hamilton, instead of someone who would have been appalled to find his face plastered to a federal banknote in the first place. Indeed, last year it seemed likely that Hamilton — who, aside from helping to write The Federalist Papers, stabilized America’s finances, basically founded Wall Street and strongly advocated for a central bank — would be the latest casualty of the demand that a woman gets her money’s worth.   (On a side note, Martha Washington was on our currency in the 1800s, so Tubman won’t be the first actual woman to grace it.)   Instead, public pressure — no doubt bolstered by the success of Broadway’s “Hamilton” (after all, how can you watch our Founding Fathers rap on stage and not become a bit emotional?) — led to the decision to keep Hamilton and oust Jackson instead. Many will say “good riddance”, given that the slave-holding Jackson ignored the Constitution and Supreme Court to force the removal of the Cherokee to Oklahoma by way of the Trail of Tears. Worse, he killed thousands of peaceable Native Americans and had a condescending attitude of using government to “civilize” those he didn’t kill.   Regardless, Jackson would likely be the first to demand his own removal from our national currency. For starters, in 1832, he vetoed the renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States — a precursor to today’s Federal Reserve, which issues the very money Jackson’s mug now graces. His reason? The bank basically picked winners and losers — rewarding some at the expense of everyone else. In his veto message, Jackson explained that the central bank “enjoys an exclusive privilege of banking under the authority of the General Government, a monopoly in its favor and support. ... Every monopoly and all exclusive privileges are granted at the expense of the public, which ought to receive a fair equivalent.   The many millions which this act proposes to bestow on the stockholders of the existing bank must come directly or indirectly out of the earnings of the American people.”   Among Jackson’s main reasons for vetoing the central bank renewal were that it was not compatible with the Constitution or “consistent with the rights of the States or the liberties of the people”. As political analyst Robert Tracinski argues, “Jackson was not primarily for the people and against the elites on Wall Street. He was for the people and against the elites in Washington, D.C.”   This perceived fight for the little guy became the building block of the once-noble Democrat Party. Unfortunately, today’s Democrats have forgotten what it takes to truly fight for the common man; namely, less government control.   So as America prepares to bid farewell to Jackson on the $20 bill, it’s not an altogether sad moment. The Treasury Department may be honoring him exactly as he would have liked.   And as for Tubman, how could we object to a brave, pistol-wielding abolitionist Republican, who said: “I always tole God, I’m gwine to hole stiddy on to you, an’ you’ve got to see me trou.” And she also said: “I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed 1000 more if only they knew they were slaves”. – Harriet Tubman In God, We Trust, and pass the ammunition, indeed. I just know that somebody is going to complain about the Slave-Talk quotation, but that is the way slaves HAD to Talk... and that is the exact quotation as passed down from History! Even if a slave could speak the King’s English, they would be severely punished for doing so, as being “uppity”. Harriet Tubman, born as a slave, could not!  
Reaper April 18, 2021
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Biden is a fraudulent and illegitimate "president".  He should be tried for high treason.
JIM March 10, 2021
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Anything to waste more money that we don't have.
Kawika56 March 10, 2021
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“Treasury throws founder of the Democratic Party off $20 bill, replaces with gun-toting Republican.” — David Burge Jackson’s Trail of Tears By Allyne Caan Who would have thought that after more than a year of debate, speculation, and politically correct public demand, America would learn that a God-loving, gun-toting Republican woman would earn a spot on our nation’s currency? Of course, don’t say this too loudly lest the Obama Treasury Department realize what it just did and change its mind. But it’s true. Harriet Tubman — whom History.com notes was sustained by two things: “the pistol at her side and her faith in God” — will grace a newly designed $20 bill, to be unveiled in 2030. There’s no question that Tubman’s heroic work leading slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad merits her image on our currency. But who’s getting the boot to make way for the Moses of her people? None other than our seventh president, Andrew Jackson, a Democrat. Before any tears are shed for the military hero-turned commander in chief, consider that our greenbacks almost lost a patron saint, Alexander Hamilton, instead of someone who would have been appalled to find his face plastered to a federal banknote in the first place. Indeed, last year it seemed likely that Hamilton — who, aside from helping to write The Federalist Papers, stabilized America’s finances, basically founded Wall Street and strongly advocated for a central bank — would be the latest casualty of the demand that a woman gets her money’s worth. (On a side note, Martha Washington was on our currency in the 1800s, so Tubman won’t be the first actual woman to grace it.) Instead, public pressure — no doubt bolstered by the success of Broadway’s “Hamilton” (after all, how can you watch our Founding Fathers rap on stage and not become a bit emotional?) — led to the decision to keep Hamilton and oust Jackson instead. Many will say “good riddance”, given that the slave-holding Jackson ignored the Constitution and Supreme Court to force the removal of the Cherokee to Oklahoma by way of the Trail of Tears. Worse, he killed thousands of peaceable Native Americans and had a condescending attitude of using government to “civilize” those he didn’t kill. Regardless, Jackson would likely be the first to demand his own removal from our national currency. For starters, in 1832, he vetoed the renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States — a precursor to today’s Federal Reserve, which issues the very money Jackson’s mug now graces. His reason? The bank basically picked winners and losers — rewarding some at the expense of everyone else. In his veto message, Jackson explained that the central bank “enjoys an exclusive privilege of banking under the authority of the General Government, a monopoly in its favor and support. ... Every monopoly and all exclusive privileges are granted at the expense of the public, which ought to receive a fair equivalent. The many millions which this act proposes to bestow on the stockholders of the existing bank must come directly or indirectly out of the earnings of the American people.” Among Jackson’s main reasons for vetoing the central bank renewal were that it was not compatible with the Constitution or “consistent with the rights of the States or the liberties of the people”. As political analyst Robert Tracinski argues, “Jackson was not primarily for the people and against the elites on Wall Street. He was for the people and against the elites in Washington, D.C.” This perceived fight for the little guy became the building block of the once-noble Democrat Party. Unfortunately, today’s Democrats have forgotten what it takes to truly fight for the common man; namely, less government control. So as America prepares to bid farewell to Jackson on the $20 bill, it’s not an altogether sad moment. The Treasury Department may be honoring him exactly as he would have liked. And as for Tubman, how could we object to a brave, pistol-wielding abolitionist Republican, who said: “I always tole God, I’m gwine to hole stiddy on to you, an’ you’ve got to see me trou.” And she also said that SHE COULD HAVE FREED A THOUSAND MORE, IF THEY HAD ONLY KNOWN THAT THEY WERE SLAVES. In God, We Trust, and pass the ammunition, indeed. I just know that somebody is going to complain about the Slave-Talk quotation, but that is the way slaves HAD to Talk... and that is the exact quotation as passed down from History! Even if a slave could speak the King’s English, they would be severely punished for doing so, as being “uppity”. Harriet Tubman, born as a slave, could not!
emma March 10, 2021
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keep president ''jackson''' on our money. it does not change anything. just like destroying all these beautiful statall our great history gone. other countries cherish their history. no matter bad or good, this is our history and no one has the right to destroy it. arrest these rioters and loose the keye.
Steve Barrette March 9, 2021
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Kent Sinclair March 9, 2021
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Keep Jackson and remove Biden.
Michael J Egan January 27, 2021
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Change from Jackson to Tubman just to appease the leftist Commies? I don't think so. The 20$ bill would go the way of the 2$ bill and the Susan B Anthony 1$ coin,for a similar reason - lack of public acceptance. I would rufuse to accept it in change or use it, because its more Communist crap being forced on us.
Thomas January 26, 2021
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Leave Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. This is just another peace of BS the democrats are pulling just to turn people away from issues they have no idea of how to fix. The democrats are always tying to turn people's attention away from the real issues. Forget this BS and get on with working on real problems.
Dennis January 26, 2021
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Absolutely NOT!
Ernest Garcia January 26, 2021
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Biden should just bend over for these people and let shove something ip
Penelope Ann Troutman January 26, 2021
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There is no such a person! Her name is Araminta ROSS from the State of Maryland. We can not put a fake person on the money used in the uS! That would be worse than having Jackson stay on it, at least he was a real person! BTW what African country is she from? All black seem ato come from an unnamed country calledd Africa! That is a continent not a coun try!
Bama Bill January 26, 2021
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Biden is a stupid, ignorant SOB. Who the hell is this woman? Was NOT in my American history book. Blacks are 26% of the population in my state, yet are in 100% of all commercials! SS dept here is 100% staffed by blacks! yet civil rights made all government contracts be awarded to companies with at least 20% blacks. So, we had to start a new "Govt. Contract" company will at least 20% black staff. They were laid off most of the time. The original company kept all the best workers regardless of race. You can't run a profitable business based on skin color instead of skills. Most of our colored workers stayed in the old company. As we were always busy. I had to close a few plants at one manufacturing company I worked at. Thanks to "Wildcat Strikes" they lost their contracts. Ford's contract only allowed 3 late deliveries as that causeed the assembly line to shut down. And Ford accepted NO EXCUSES!
Glenn398 January 26, 2021
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Now that will be one ugly 20 dollar bill.
Glenn398 January 26, 2021
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Now that will be one ugly 20 dollar bill
Upsidedownjack January 26, 2021
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When will theyPLACE the FACE of MARX On the $100 dollar Bill? Maybe Mao on the $50, and then Obama on the $20, and Biden on the $10, Killary on the $5, then Bill Ayers on the $1. Now, if your going to change things up, do IT RIGHT! Don’t fuck around, JUST DO IT!
Jim Dep NY state January 26, 2021
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I like President Andrew Jackson. I'll take my change in 5's an 10's please. I use the ATM's anyway.
GRIZZ MANN January 26, 2021
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It's about time we dumped the old Democrat slave owner. Replacing him with a Lincoln policy supporter. Harriet Tubman stated that she did not like Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War and only learned to appreciate him after her friend, Sojourner Truth, told her Lincoln was not an enemy but a friend to African-Americans.
Big Mike January 26, 2021
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And with everything going on in this country this is important or crucial how?
wayne capurro January 26, 2021
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This can't be the best photo they can find of the poor woman.
christian felan January 26, 2021
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Can you say "virtue signaling?" I know you can. I wonder if Biden could explain what she did, why should she be on money? And why should she be on money instead of Frederick Douglass, Dr King, WEB DuBois, George Washington Carver, Condolezza Rice and a host of others. Sometimes I question if he's even President or if he calls Obama (or Pelosi) every day to get his orders
Rocky January 26, 2021
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Why? Was she part of of our founding fathers? Did she contribute any wisdom or knowledge to our constitution? Did she fight in combat for this country? The answer is no. That shows disrespect for our nation's fathers and combat veterans entirely.
Jim January 26, 2021
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I really don't give a rats arse about the RATs messing with the Jackson $20 because I'll just carry more $10s because there will never be a $20 in my pocket or wallet unless its a Jackson $20! Can you say Susan B Anthony's $1 coin? And how'd that work out?!?
Skeptical January 26, 2021
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"Biden to REMOVE JACKSON FROM $20 BILL & Replace Him With Harriet Tubman" That likely means that Quid Pro Joe will be issing a three dollar bill with his grinning skull on it.
Carol January 25, 2021
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I guess I will avoid $20 bills and get all 10's now. My gosh! This is Biden's first priority.