Remembering Ronald Reagan.

In California they remember "Governor" Ronald Reagan and "Bloody Thursday" when he sent in 2700 National Guard troops to crush student demonstrat­ions, 6000 strong, on the Berkeley Campus in May 1969. Reagan called the Berkeley campus "a haven for communist sympathize­rs, protesters­, and sex deviants."
Many were injured including the elderly, and children. One killed by shotgun blast, some blinded by the tear gas, several crippled for life.
Addressing the California Council of Growers at Yosemite, Reagan defended his actions, saying: "If it takes a bloodbath, let's get it over with. No more appeasemen­t."

Another B actor playing the part of a tough guy to an adoring and gullible public.
And always remember, "Trees cause pollution.­"