I remember another march in DC that started at Freedom Plaza. We filled it and the surrounding streets to overflowing and later marched to the Capital and then to the Wall. We had a speakers area on the lawn of the capital, congress critters came out to the steps to observe, and the crowds were overflowed on the city streets. I can’t remember exactly what that march was about but it was a vet thing. I was escorting a Gold Star mother during this event. Our group also shared a banquet later that night at a local hotel with the Oathkeepers who were still in their infancy. Kudos to these Trump Supporters for coming from around the country to march for our President.
Source: Law Officer
Crowds of President Trump supporters are gathering in Washington, D.C., for demonstrations to urge Trump not to concede the presidency to Joe Biden, and they got an early welcome Saturday morning from Trump himself.
Trump and his motorcade drove past the enthusiastic supporters waving Trump flags and holding signs saying “Stop the Fraud” and “Best prez ever.” His supporters chanted “Four More Years!” as Trump drove by gave the crowd a thumbs up, Fox News reported.
Trump hinted on Twitter Friday he may try to attend the rally, but his motorcade Saturday was heading outside of DC to his Virginia golf course.
- “Heartwarming to see all of the tremendous support out there, especially the organic Rallies that are springing up all over the Country, including a big one on Saturday in D.C,” Trump tweeted Friday.
- “I may even try to stop by and say hello.”
The Million MAGA March starts at the Supreme Court and ends at Freedom Plaza.
- “The Million Maga March will be the greatest Trump rally in history,” the group tweeted.
- “We demand a transparent election process, free of fraudulent ballots.”
Also in D.C. Saturday, there’s a “March for Trump” demonstration organized through “Women for America First” from the Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court. An estimated 10,000 people are expected, according to their park permit.
Speeches are expected from Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Penn., Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., Rep-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., Rep. Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, and others.