DC Mayor Uses National Guard Against Trump Supporters

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President Trump’s team and groups from all over the nation will organize in DC on Wednesday to attend the March to Save America.

An initial rally at Freedom Plaza and additional rallies at the Supreme Court and the Capitol are planned for Tuesday — with supporters saying they are sending a message to D.C. about certifying the election on Wednesday.

The largest rally will happen on Wednesday at the White House—at what is known as “the President’s Lawn.” While the event is publicly open, a handful of the seats are being held for high-profile attenders. The event will start at 7 a.m. and everyone will go through a Secret Service checkpoint before going through the White House gate.

The high-profile Trump supporters scheduled to speak include: Donald Trump, Jr., Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Texas A.G Ken Paxton, Katrina Pierson, Amy Kremer, Rep. Vernon Jones, Boris Ephsteyn, Benny Johnson, Scott Presler, Roger Stone, Bernie Kerik, and Ali Alexander.

President Trump is scheduled to take the stage at 11:00 a.m.

Regardless of the rally being supported by Trump and millions who voted for him, D.C. Mayor Bowser has issued a standby order to the National Guard and warned attendees whom she claimed are “looking for confrontation.”

March to Save America says sponsors of the event include: WildProtest.com, Stop to Steal, Rule of Law Defense Fund, Turning Point Action, Phyllis Schlafly Eagles and Tea Party Patriots among others.

Many of the same speakers, along with a crowd of thousands of Americans, are expected to attend a Tuesday pre-rally to be held at at Freedom Plaza from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Organizers told conservative media that members of the Trump team and his supporters will being the event from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Speaking at 2:30 p.m. will be faith leaders like Pastor Brian Gibson. At 3:30 p.m. speakers for Stop the Steal and other local groups will take the stage.

Two other gatherings are planned for Tuesday. Moms for America’s Save the Republic rally will happen on Capitol grounds near the Supreme Court and will feature prayer and speakers.

“Millions of mothers went to vote for family, freedom, and all we hold dear,” Moms for America founder Kimberly Fletcher said. “This is why we are here today.”

“If our election process is not secured, our Nation is lost,” Fletcher said. “This is not about winning the election. It’s about saving the Nation, it’s about ensuring only legal votes are used so that our votes are protected and our voices are heard.”

Finally, on Tuesday, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., Virginia Women for Trump will rally on the steps of the Supreme Court.