"Trump supporters are reportedly planning to gather in Washington, D.C., on Saturday for a “Million MAGA March” and a “Stop the Steal” rally to show support for President Trump as his campaign spearheads lawsuits in several key battleground states alleging voter fraud connected to mail-in ballots.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Tuesday that her team was monitoring reports about a group of people from different states in the South planning on driving to D.C. this weekend. Nevertheless, the Democratic mayor, a staunch critic of President Trump, told a news conference that her office still recommended that businesses remove plywood coverings from their windows that were initially set in place in anticipation of election-related unrest last week if Joe Biden was not declared the victor.
"We continue to follow those activities and be prepared for those activities," Bowser said, according to WUSA. "Our police chief will have a similar posture this weekend as he did last week and we will be there to support peaceful exercise of First Amendment demonstrations."'
"An online flier for the “Stop The Steal” event circulating on Twitter said those who support President Trump planned to meet at Freedom Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 14, at noon. Other posts advertising the “Million MAGA March” said people would march toward the Supreme Court building to “stand up and fight against the fraudulent election” process."
This ought to be fun.
It will be really interesting to learn how big the numbers actually are.
I saw a lot of sanctimonious flim-flam on the TeeVee today because it is Veterans' Day. You know, the day the guns fell silent from the the channel to way over yonder where the watch making folks had been sensible enough not to butcher each other.
I am not very good at watching ceremonial posturing with wreaths and such, movies – same thing. I started to cry in the pitcher show theater the first time I saw "Private Ryan" as the old man falls to his knees in the Omaha Beach Cemetery before Captain Miller's grave and begs his wife to tell him that he is a good man and that he has led a good life. I understand that. It is called "survivor's guilt."
You carry it with you until the last.