Americans throughout the country will be rallying this week to show support for President Trump and his policy agenda.
The rallies will be taking place in nearly 60 cities, with some taking place on Monday, while others are planned later in the week, including on Saturday. [See full schedule, with locations.]
“These rallies are inclusive, non-partisan, and open to anyone supporting President Trump in his efforts to bring back manufacturing jobs to America, put the security of our nation ahead of political correctness, improve our infrastructure, revitalize the inner cities and secure our nation’s borders,” stated Debbie Dooley, one of the rallies’ organizers, in a press release.
Although the rallies are to show support for President Trump and his agenda, the Spirit of America rallies “have no direct tie with the White House or Trump’s campaign organization,” rally organizer Ralph King told Cleveland.com.
“This is literally grassroots,” King stated. “Whether you’re doing this with 1,000 people or you’re doing this with a handful, get out there. That’s what it’s about.”
Since the surprise election of President Trump in November, left-wing agitators and disappointed Democrats have engaged in raucous protests and riotous actions in various cities across the country.
In a way, the Spirit of America rallies are a grassroots’ counter to the left’s protests.
“This is not about left or right. This is about right and wrong. Enough is enough! Our voices will be heard in a peaceful approach, and we will continue to let others know that we are proud of our president and of our country,” stated Barbara Hemingway, a host of a March 4 rally in Sarasota, Florida.
For more information on when and where rallies will be taking place, go here.
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