This weekend, the nation’s capital will be buzzing.
President Trump has vowed to continue his campaign to win back the 2020 election until the bitter end, and his supporters certainly don’t appear willing to let him go down this road alone.
That’s why they’re traveling from around the nation this week, and planning to converge on Washington DC for the “Million MAGA March”. Some are even caravanning, creating raucous, rolling tributes to the Commander in Chief along the way.
Articia Bomer of Detroit will be among them, and she’s organizing a caravan of other like-minded folks from the city to join her. For Bomer, the issue she wants to support is Trump’s unproven claims of flagrant voter fraud.
“Well, they’re marching to Stop the Steal because as well all know there was a lot of voter fraud going down at TCF in Michigan, so we’re going there for support, a caravan of us, and we’re going to support our president,” she said on WWJ 950.
The event appeared to be growing rather large.
“I think it’s going to be quite large from what I’m hearing, don’t have an estimate for you,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Fox News when asked about the event.
The main gathering is scheduled to start at the Freedom Plaza in downtown Washington, D.C., at 12 p.m. with a march to the Supreme Court at 2 p.m.
DCish reports groups involved include Stop the Steal DC, the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, according to a report by DCist. But for Bomer, turning out is less about a cause and more about a man.
There are concerns, however, that a number of simultaneously-scheduled counter-protests could spill over into the conservative celebration and provide the nation with yet another politically-hued black eye.
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