Annual Welcome X America Event at Arlington National Cemetery after a Forbidden Return

Annual Welcome X America Event at Arlington National Cemetery after a Forbidden Return

The military announced Tuesday that it had instructed Arlington National Cemetery to host a full-day event at Worth Acres in honor of the fallen elders following an announcement Monday evening that resulted in safety concerns amid the coronavirus epidemic. There was a backlash when the program was canceled.

“The Secretary of the Army has instructed Arlington National Cemetery to host it safely throughout the United States,” an Army secretary said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. “We commend the families and visitors who honor and remember those who take their time, who are laid to rest in one of the holiest places in our country.

The military added that the cemetery would receive “an update on final performance soon.”

President TrumpDonald John Trumpt Carlsson assures viewers of his show ‘nowhere’ after presidential election: Trump’s senior advisers ban president from military strike on Iran: report of senators quarreling over consultation Do: ‘I don’t need your instructions’ More A tweet shortly after the army’s statement claimed that he was the same person who “reversed the ridiculous decision” to cancel the event.

“It will work now!” He added.

Mala Acres America first announced the cancellation of the event on Monday evening, in which volunteers pay homage at the tombs of the elderly. The organization wrote A statement shared on Twitter That it was “shocked by this sudden turn of events.”

“It has been a difficult year for all and we want all our volunteers, donors and their communities to be safe,” the statement said. “That’s why for the past six months the team at Worth has been working tirelessly with local, state and national authorities to ensure that all of our outdoor floriculture programs comply with local rules and regulations, thus being safe. are done properly. ”

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Rip. And craneshawDaniel Cranshaw returns to Cranshaw Greene, telling him to start ‘acting like’ as a member of the congressional chamber-allied Dames struggle on election night Cranes won re-election in Texas (R-Texas), a former Navy SEAL officer, Responded to Monday’s announcement by tweet Should be canceled Reverse immediately. ”

“Critical thinking should be out of emotion,” he added. “Large areas, outdoors and well-spaced, with masks on, are perfectly safe. Our fallen ones deserve to be remembered. ”

on Tuesday, Cranshaw wrote In response to “reverse your decision” A tweet from Arlington National Cemetery Announcing the cancellation of the December 19 ceremony there, the soldiers and the airmen also visited the Home National Cemetery.

Republican Sen. Tom CottonTom Bryant Cottonpence to campaign in Georgia on Friday with Lofler and Perdu. (Arch.) Also criticized the cancellation, Tweeting Tuesday morning“I urge military leaders to reconsider this decision.”

“Thousands of people have been marching on DC streets for the past few weeks Joe BidenJoe Biden Tucker Carlson Assures Viewers of His Show “Nowhere to Go” After Presidential Election Trump’s Senior Advisers Refuse President’s Military Strike on Iran: Report Senators’ Dispute : ‘I don’t need your instructions’ More And Donald Trump, “Cotton added. “Of course volunteers can responsibly lay wreaths at the graves of our fallen heroes in Arlington.”

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