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Anti-Trump Protests taking place in DC tomorrow so there will also be a Trump Rally

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 Zing    708

Yesterday, President Trump kept his campaign promise to put America first by pulling the United States out of the Paris Climate Accords, a deal that was illegally passed by President Obama and one that hurts American jobs. This job saving decision has driven the left crazy, and hundreds are expected to march in Washington D.C. to protest President Trump's actions. Now, more than ever, President Trump needs your support! In response to the anti-Trump protests that will be going on, we are gathering supporters of the President to rally and show the President that the American people are on his side.

Like President Trump said yesterday, he was elected to represent Pittsburgh, not Paris. Tomorrow, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, we will kick off the Pittsburgh Not Paris rally Washington D.C. The rally will be held at Lafayette Square, located off of Pennsylvania Avenue NW and 16th St. NW. and is accessible by the Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines though McPherson Square. We will gather at the General Jackson Statue in the middle of the square. This is an important step in taking our country back, so we look forward to seeing you there. We encourage you to bring signs and gear to help show your support! However, since we are the party of civility, it is important to show that in our actions. Below are some tips on how to represent the GOP at public events like this.

To RSVP for the rally, click here. If you have any questions, call us at 703-766-4467 or email us at info@fairfaxgop.org.

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 Cinnamon    15,964
3 minutes ago, Zing said:

We will gather at the General Jackson Statue in the middle of the square.

Unless they tear it down before we get there!  (sarc) 

I like the idea that they're counter protesting. But it always makes me wonder if that just gives the crazy ones an excuse to get violent and force the hand of the ones who have been showing so much restraint for so long. 

 

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 YourMom2    1,352

Yeah, that statue has to go. I am offended by equestrians and battles.

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