Arkansas Airport Removes Clinton Name Amid Pedogate Rumors
'Controversial' Bill and Hillary's names to be stripped
The busiest airport in Arkansas will no longer be named after Bill and Hillary Clinton after local residents claim that it makes them feel "uncomfortable" amid rumors of their connections to the Pizzagate Washinton D.C. pedophile ring scandal.
Clinton International Airport will revert to its original name of Little Rock International Airport following complaints about being named after the "controversial" Clintons.
President Trump announced this week that he has assembled a team to tackle the Elite pedophile rings operating in the US, and vowed to use the full force of the federal law enforcers at his disposal to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Speaking about the decision to strip the Clinton name from the airport, state Sen. Jason Rapert said that Arkansans felt that the name was supporting illegal activity and unethical values;
“You have a president who was impeached for having an affair with an intern in the Oval Office and then disbarred,”
Rapert, said he introduced the legislation after “several Arkansans across the state” had expressed to him their “discomfort” with naming its largest airport after the controversial Clintons.
Not only will the name be permanently removed from the airport, but the state has submitted a legislation that will prohibit public buildings or civil works from being named for anyone who served in public office, or anyone living, in the 10 years prior to the structure’s completion.
Conceding that this legislation may not win approval, Senator Rapert said he hopes that "we can prevent this sort of thing happening again in the future".