#FourthofJuly2018 Tweets Remind Us Of Some Core American Values
As well know, everyone in America is feeling uncertain about the future of the country. Recent events such as Trump’s executive order separating children from their immigrant families, Alex Jones rather ridiculously calling for a second world war, there’s a lot to divide America. The minority groups are especially suffering because not only are these sentiments verbally abusive, talks are being held to make them legally binding rules that disadvantage these minority groups. People were tweeting Happy 4th of July and sharing their thoughts on what America stood for in the first place
Many are tweeting to specifically make the ostracized feel more included. Twitter is a great place for everyone to quell any fear of a second civil war by writing fictional letters and allowing everyone of us to have a laugh, here are some of the most funniest ones!
The fourth of July is celebrated this time with a special mention to the voices that have been lost in the midst of bigotry and confusion. Here’s a list of tweets that may tell us that the lost values of America aren’t lost entirely.
Happy 4th of July! This country of immigrants, religious refugees, outcasts and dreamers has come a long way. Let’s keep going.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) July 4, 2018
Ellen DeGeneres, America’s sweetheart and one of the most beloved hosts of our screens shared this heartwarming tweet that talks about how this country is not just White Americans but everyone!
Please take a moment today to tell an immigrant Happy 4th of July! Let’s remind everyone that despite having a racist, sexist, lying, cheating, treasonous president that the majority of our country are accepting of others & dreamers are welcome! #FourthofJuly2018 #IndependenceDay
— David Leavitt (@David_Leavitt) July 4, 2018
American Novelist David Leavitt also reminded everyone what true Americans are made of.
E pluribus unum — out of diversity comes a deeper strength and unity rooted in the timeless ideals we celebrate today. It's "We the People" not "Us vs. Them." Happy 4th of July!
— Bill Clinton (@BillClinton) July 4, 2018
Former President hints at a message of unity rather than division and that’s something we could all learn from!
This #IndependanceDay it's important to remember that we are all in this together; Trump supporter, Trump hater, Democrat or Republican, we all rely on each other to make this 242 year experiment continue.
Have a dialogue with someone you disagree with today.#FourthofJuly2018
— Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) July 4, 2018
How we should try to be if we want to be better people!
We were born through a fight and we will continue to fight.
We should stand up and fight for what is right, and we can do that without hating each other. Hate begets hate. You can fight without hate in your heart. Fight with truth, honor, and respect.#fourthofjuly pic.twitter.com/Ht5GqJQRlJ
— Caity Lotz (@caitylotz) July 4, 2018
These are the American values lost, perhaps we can be adopt them yet again.
Happy 4th of July. Here’s to the innumerable immigrants who made America great like Alexander Hamilton who gave us the independence that we celebrate today. Cheers!
— Roger Gold (@rogerhgold) July 4, 2018
Music producer Roger Gold mentioned a tribute to a very famous immigrant, Alexander Hamilton, who made America great then!
Happy 4th of July to all Americans,a day of unity for all despite political and social differences is what it should be,Celebrate the freedoms you have, party with friends and loved ones,share smiles with strangers,And love the country you live in today,God bless you all 🇺🇸❤️
— M.D. (@MattRun52) July 4, 2018
And to sum it all up, this true American talked about the core values America stands for. It’s a Happy 4th of July indeed.