Updated: Nov 16, 2020
Supporters of President Donald Trump and his MAGA movement conducted a joyous
patriotic celebration of the President on Saturday – singing the national anthem and marching from Washington, DC’s Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court.
The Associated Press reported that as the crowd was beginning to gather Saturday morning cheers rang out as President Trump's limousine neared Freedom Plaza. People lined both sides of the street. Some stood just a few feet away from Trump’s vehicle; others showed their enthusiasm by running along with the caravan.
They chanted “USA, USA” and “four more years,” and many carried American flags and signs to show their displeasure with the vote tally. After making the short detour for the slow drive around the site, the motorcade headed to the president’s Virginia golf club.
However, in a pattern that has been repeating in Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington and other Democrat-controlled cities, as soon as the sun went down the military arm of the Democratic Party came out in force to swarm and attack Trump supporters and vandalize and harass businesses and their patrons in the DC city center.
Fox News reported anti-Trump rioters hurled eggs at Trump supporters -- or stole signs, hats and banners, and lit them on fire. Videos show them shouting at families, sucker-punching people in the street and harassing an elderly woman carrying a Trump flag.
And this was no spontaneous reaction to the presence of the pro-Trump visitors to the Nation’s Capital. Gathering behind a banner that read “Punch MAGA in the Face” the well-organized thugs proceeded to foment fights, attack children and the elderly and set fires to flags and any MAGA gear they could steal from pro-Trump rally participants.
Using techniques they learned from their mentors from the Muslim terrorist organizations HAMAS and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine rioters, including some using the cover of “Press” and “Medical,” set fires in the streets of DC.
Million MAGA March participant C.J. Wheeler summed-up the feelings of the marchers by telling Yahoo News, "Look, this isn't over. It's not even close to being over. And those people that are telling you right now that it is over are lying to you. The vote has not been declared, no, there is no president-elect. It's all a lie."
Police arrested at least 20 people on a variety of charges, including assault and weapons possession, officials said. One stabbing was reported, two police officers were injured, and several firearms were recovered by police. Four people were arrested for firearm violations, two for assault, one for not having a permit, one for assaulting a police officer and two for disorderly conduct, according to public affairs officer Alaina Gertz.
Though large-scale left-wing demonstrations are a regular occurrence in DC, pro-Trump events have rarely been held on this scale so deep in Democrat territory observed the UK’s Daily Mail. Saturday's event appeared to be the largest Republican gathering in the capital since Trump's inauguration nearly four years ago.
In the aftermath of the attacks on his supporters President Trump broadcast a defiant message that he heard their voices, tweeting:
He only won in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA. I concede NOTHING! We have a long way to go. This was a RIGGED ELECTION!
To win a second term, President Trump would need to overturn Biden's apparent lead in at least three states, but so far the evidence of thousands of suspect votes has been excluded from the scrutiny necessary to overturn the election.
States face a December 8 deadline to certify their elections and choose electors for the Electoral College, which will officially select the new president on December 14.
To report election fraud, or demand that state legislators appoint Electors untainted by vote fraud go to http://everylegalvote.com
George Rasley is editor of Richard Viguerie's ConservativeHQ.com and is a veteran of over 300 political campaigns. A member of American MENSA, he served on the staff of Vice President Dan Quayle, as Director of Policy and Communication for former Congressman Adam Putnam (FL-12) then Vice Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee's Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, and as spokesman for retiring Rep. Mac Thornberry, formerly a member of the House Intelligence Committee and Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.
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