George P. Bush Issues a Warning to protester with a tweet "Don't Mess with the Alamo"


Demonstrators have taken to the street all across the U.S. in protest of the killing of George Floyd while he was in the custody of a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, and they have aimed to destroy historical sites and monuments, a great deal of them being Confederate figures.

After rumors that protesters were looking to target the Alamo, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush responded with a clear warning for anyone thinking of messing with the historical site in San Antonio.

In an announcement, George P. Bush posted on twitter, "Don't mess with the Alamo."

Then he shared a picture of what demonstrators will encounter if they try.

According to NEWYORKPOST

Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush — the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and grandson of former President George H.W. Bush — has warned Lone Star state protesters “Don’t mess with The Alamo.”

George P. Bush posted the message via Twitter Saturday after rumors floated around that demonstrators may target the historical San Antonio site, originally an 18th-century Spanish mission.

“The Alamo is the Shrine of Texas Liberty. And it will be defended,” Bush wrote, and added that his office was “closely watching the social media posts and rumors from protestors who are threatening to come to The Alamo.”

“Rest assured we have already deployed, for several weeks and will continue to do so, the Alamo Rangers in partnership with SAPD [San Antonio Police Department], The Department of Public Safety and The National Guard to protect this sacred site,” the post read.

Bush continued, “My message to the protestors is simple: Don’t mess with The Alamo.”

He then tweeted a photo showing a phalanx of law enforcement officials at the site.

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