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MTG introduced HR 6064 last Tuesday. It doesn’t have a snowball’s chance of passing. She wants the Kenosha property protector to receive a Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian award for institutions, groups, and select individuals. There have been 173 awards in history, with Geo. Washington getting the first one. From Wikipedia, here’s a list of only 27 of the 173 honorees….all 1955 or later.

Jonas Salk
Civil War survivor vets
Robert Frost
Bob Hope
Gen. Douglas MacArthur
Walt Disney
Winston Churchill
John Wayne
Am. Red Cross
Danny Thomas
Harry Truman
Lady Bird Johnson
Elie Wiesel
Jesse Owens
Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf
Colin Powell
Nelson Mandela
the Little Rock 9
Gerald Ford
Rosa Parks
Pope John Paul
Jackie Robinson
Tuskegee Airmen
Selma to Montgomery marchers
those who died on 9/11
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