The 26th Amendment, ratified in 1971, lowered the voting age to 18. President Richard M. Nixon signed as a witness. He took the unprecedented step of inviting three 18-year-olds to also sign the new amendment. #ArchivesGetsTheVote
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Tear gas. Unidentified cops. Mass detentions. An unhinged president. In 1971, Richard Nixon approved the largest mass arrest in US history. Sound familiar?
By any measure, what the Obama-Biden administration did in 2016 and 2017 pales in comparison to everything Richard Nixon even contemplated. The Obama administration targeted its political opponents by weaponizing and politicizing the DOJ, FBI, and the intelligence community.
Richard Nixon is finally going to prison. On Roger Stone’s back.
A quote that will be much talked about. President Trump said on Fox News moments ago: “I learned a lot from Richard Nixon, don’t fire people. I learned a lot by watching Richard Nixon.” He added, “I did nothing wrong and there are no tapes in my case.”