Hundreds of pro-Trump protesters gathered outside the US Capitol on Thursday to demonstrate support for President Trump and demand that Congress end their impeachment investigation, which is raging through the House of Representatives at a blistering pace.
The "March for The Trump" rally, organized by the pro-Trump group Women for America First, began at the Freedom Plaza before marching to the West Lawn of the Capitol Building. On a brisk autumn day with a gusty wind hoisting dozens of pro-Trump flags of protesters in red, white, and blue, speakers and participants praised Trump's achievements and railing against impeachment measures that took place throughout the week at the Capitol.
"There is so much negative news about Trump and the great and wonderful things he has done for the American people," said Linda Morris, who traveled from Delaware to demonstrate her opposition to impeachment, to Fox News , "We want our voices to be heard."
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There could have been more pro-Trump votes if the charter company had not been deployed to Northeastern protesters Buses loaded At the last minute, the organizers claimed.
"Last night, less than two hours before our first chartered buses should leave for DC, we were informed that the bus company canceled all our buses – even those who were fully paid," said Amy Kremer, chairwoman of Women for American First.
Anti-Impeachment leaders, including MP Steve Scalise, R-La., MP John Rutherford, R-Fla., Matt Schlapp of the American Conservative Union, and author and former Navy SEAL Jonathan Gilliam spoke with rally guests and reiterated them Republican News: The process used by the Democrats is unfair; Trump's contacts with Ukrainian President Voldomyr Zelensky in a July telephone conversation were not punishable offenses; and House democrats should not try to reject the results of the 2016 elections.
To loud cheering, Scalise called the impeachment investigation a "kangaroo court" and lambasted house spokeswoman Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif vote on the impeachment trial in plenary. This reflects the rhetoric of a White House letter to Pelosi stating that it would not correspond to the subpoenas or interview requests related to impeachment until the House has taken such a vote.
"We should have the right to elect our president." he said. "Not Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff behind closed doors."
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"We are experiencing a coup," said former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka later.
A common theme for speakers and activists was the belief that Democrats are pushing for impeachment investigations because they are concerned that their standards are right. Trump will not beat Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
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"You can not win, you can not beat Donald Trump," Schlapp said. "It's about everyday Americans who have spent the last three years dealing with this nefarious waste of their money," he said about the Trump investigation.
Some speakers announced the death day of Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md. the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, who has died from complications due to long-term health problems. As chairman of this committee, Cumming's signature was sent in every summons related to the impeachment, although some said he had not been seen in the Capitol for weeks.
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Rally guests also had no high tolerance for republicans who want to wash themselves on Trump. Andy Meehan, a Republican who poses a primary challenge to Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa, said the current representative's support for Trump is inadequate.
For the Republicans, whose flag is not a Trump flag, but a white flag, we do not want to have anything to do with you … This is the time to fight. "
" He is a RINO who hates trumps, "Meehan said, using the acronym for" Republicans in "Name Only." Fitzpatrick sharply criticized Trump for choosing American troops from Syria and, according to FiveThirtyEight, voted with Trump almost 70 percent of the time.
Schlapp also reminded Republicans that Trump had not done all.
"For the Republicans, whose flag is not a trump flag but a white flag, we do not want to have anything to do with you, this is the time to fight."
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After the speeches were completed, the demonstrators planned to go to the offices of the congressmen to speak out against the impeachment. The official website of March for Trump specifically mentioned Pelosi, the chairman of the intelligence committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., And the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. It also encouraged the demonstrators to visit their own representatives.
The current impeachment raid began with an admonition from an anonymous CIA official who said that "more than half a dozen US officials" had talked to him about Trump, who allegedly exercised power, foreign governments to pressure him to help him in the 2020 elections.
Shortly before a telephone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky on July 25, in which he asked his counterpart to investigate the rival in 2020, Trump kept Ukraine $ 400 million worth of military aid to Joe Biden's son Hunter and his involvement Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company. Burisma was investigated while the younger Biden was on the board.
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During a later-published lecture of the call between the heads of state, it does not explicitly mention a consideration – an examination of the bid in exchange Against Retained Military Money – Democrats said the pressure for a foreign government to interfere with US politics and join the bidders – taking into account Joe Biden as a leading contender to challenge Trump in the 2-2 parliamentary elections – was implicitly. Trump called the interaction a "perfect call".
Democrats in the house quickly talked with witnesses and summons documents, interviewing individuals, including European Union Ambassador Gordan Sondland, former Special Representative for Ukraine, Kurt Volker, and former National Security Council Advisor for Russia Fiona Hill in this week. They want to hold an impeachment vote before Thanksgiving. The Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Told his members that the upper body would convene six days a week for impeachment, if Parliament actually voted against Trump, and they tried to end the trial, before the members leave for the Christmas break.
Jessica Cecil, who brought her children to the rally, wanted to participate in March for Trump to show that conservatives are not "insane," as often portrayed by Democrats or the media.
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"We are just ordinary men and women who have stopped working to support our President against these politicians, our money and ours Wasted time, "she said.
Cecil said that she also wanted to show her children the capital of the nation and set an example of civic engagement.
"You will remember," she said.