“Seventy-six years ago, on June 6, 1944, the Allies launched an offensive on the Normandy coast of France to liberate continental Europe from the Nazi German occupation. D-Day was the largest invasion by sea in all of history, literally turning the tide. It was the beginning of the end of the War.” Read more
- Editor’s note:
Today, on this 76th anniversary of D-Day, when America served as a bastion against fascism, we are on the precipice of whether or not our democracy survives, and is ultimately overtaken by fascism. To quote Joyce Vance, law professor at the University of Alabama School of Law and a former U.S. attorney in the Northern District of Alabama:
“Our system of justice is fragile at the moment, stretched thin because it only works if people believe in it. Trump’s White House tenure diminished American’s confidence in our institutions. If his utter disregard for the law becomes the new norm for political figures, we are at great risk.”
Exactly: Our system of justice…only works if people believe in it.”
From The Lincoln Project
“The Real Antifa: Anti-Fascism: It’s not a cable news talking point, it’s an American ideal that should be memorialized.”
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