With the inauguration coming up, tons of liberal protesters are planning to voice their displeasure during the ceremony. They have gotten the permits to use the public space.
Although the anti-Trump protesters had reserved almost every single location during the event, Bikers for Trump managed to secure a spot, as per The Washington Times.
The founder of the organization, Chris Cox, negotiated with the National Park Service to get the spot. It’s heartening to know that there won’t just be haters in the crowd.
Cox said that getting a spot was crucial because thousands of bikers are going to be attending the inauguration. This will give them a space to enjoy Donald Trump being sworn in.
They, like the liberals against the inauguration, will have a right to some space, preventing liberals from kicking the bikers out of the event and preventing violence.
“We’ve already won. There’s no reason for these guys to be going shoulder to shoulder against the Black Lives Matter and the rest of the [protesting] guys,” Cox stated. “This is a victory tour.”
It’s often times the bikers who have been the buffer between liberals and others, standing up for people against the protesters. They have acted as a blockade at Trump rallies and even at veterans’ funerals, letting the people carry on peacefully.
Bikers for Trump is a recognized political movement due to its organized presence at rallies and drumming up support for Donald Trump. This support was crucial for Trump’s campaigning through battleground and swing states.
This organization is only one of two of pro-Trump movements, and it is the largest one to request a permit from the National Park Service, as their records state. If Trump supporters are having trouble at the inauguration, they can be assured in knowing that the bikers will be there.
This ceremony is sure to be an interesting one, full of liberals who are trying to disrupt and ruin this day for the Americans who worked hard to put Donald Trump in office. There have even been suggestions of violence breaking out.
Hopefully, things will run peacefully and smoothly. It should be a happy event, swearing in Trump amidst cheers, so that he can start making this country a better place. The Bikers for Trump will do all they can, I’m sure, to keep the peace and stand as a barrier against the more aggressive liberals.
I am thankful for proud Americans like these bikers—it’s because of them and others like them that people don’t have to be afraid to express their beliefs or attend their family’s funeral. It’s bad enough to lose someone, but it’s worse to see someone protesting it. These bikers are true Americans, and they deserve a medal for what they have done for this country and its people.