- The biggest demonstration of the March for Trump movement took place at Freedom Plaza in Washington DC, where more than 15,000 people - according to the organizers of the event - appeared with flags, caps, and posters in support of Trump and criticisms of Biden
- An elated Trump in response to the same tweeted thus: "Wow! Thousands of people forming in Washington (D.C.) for Stop the Steal," he tweeted early Saturday. "Didn't know about this, but I'll be seeing them!"
- "I've read the Constitution. I don't think Joe Biden has," Trump's former national security adviser, Sebastian Gorka told the crowd, "but I've read the Constitution. And I know one thing: It ain't over until January 20th."
President Donald Trump’s supporters gathered in their thousands on Saturday in various cities across the United States to protest US court decisions on Republican requests to overturn election results and to ask the President not to give up in his quest for ‘justice’.
The biggest demonstration of the Jericho March for Trump movement took place at Freedom Plaza in Washington DC, where more than 15,000 people – according to the organizers of the event – appeared with flags, caps, and posters in support of Trump and criticisms of Biden.
They also brought along banners bearing slogans like; “four more years”; “Stop the theft”; and “let’s fight for Trump” among other messages.
An elated Trump in response to the same tweeted thus: “Wow! Thousands of people forming in Washington (D.C.) for Stop the Steal,” he tweeted early Saturday. “Didn’t know about this, but I’ll be seeing them!”
The helicopter that was transporting Trump to New York flew over the protesters, who reacted to the moment with enthusiasm.
From the streets, the Trump supporters marched to the Supreme Court, which yesterday in the latest attempt by the US President was rejected due to Texas’ lack of standing. The plaintiffs argued that the elections in the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia, where the Democrat won, were against the constitution.
Before that, however, several figures close to Trump took the stage set up at Freedom Plaza to respond to and fuel requests for “patriotic resistance” from a crowd that included members of evangelical groups, members of pro-gun organizations, and women activists and conservative.
“I’ve read the Constitution. I don’t think Joe Biden has,” Trump’s former national security adviser, Sebastian Gorka told the crowd, “but I’ve read the Constitution. And I know one thing: It ain’t over until January 20th.” The presidential inauguration is scheduled for Jan. 20th.
The supporters of President Trump made it clear that they will keep on fighting for ”justice” regardless of the media and court rulings. “In 2016, they had this thing called the resistance, do you remember that?” Pearson said of the left’s movement against Trump. “You haven’t seen a resistance until patriots show up to defend the republic.”
This Saturday’s demonstrations come just days from the Electoral College meeting – scheduled for Monday, December 14th– where the Electors are expected to endorse the results certified by all 50 states in the country.
The state legislative bodies have the right to revoke any elector if they find reason as it is their constitutional responsibility to see that a competent President be seated. This was confirmed recently in the SCOTUS decision on June of this year.
The state legislative bodies are closest to the people. The votes for the Electoral College will be counted on January 6th, 2021.
The media claim the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden won 306 votes at the Electoral College – way above the mandatory 270 – and Trump managed 232. Biden had a nearly 7 million vote advantage over the incumbent President.
Trump’s team has filed less than a half dozen suits. The states and other interested parties have also filed suits. Even so, despite the dozens of defeats in the courts and requests for a recount of votes, Trump and his team still insist that there was “electoral fraud” in favor of the Democrats.
The Presidents team has presented hours of eye witness testimony and expert witnesses at several of the swing state legislatures that have failed to produce a change in the vote to date..