Trump Campaign asks supporters to ‘March For Trump’ on Nov. 14

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On Saturday, members of Women For Trump and the Council for National Policy begin promoting “March For Trump.” The event gains traction on social media two days later when the Trump Campaign promotes it to their followers and email lists.

March For Trump will take place in Washington, D.C. on November 14.

Democrats are scheming to disenfranchise and nullify Republican votes. It’s up to the American people to stop it.

Along with President Trump, we will NOT back down to ensure the integrity of this election for the good of the nation. This is a coalition/team effort. We need boots on the ground to protect the integrity of the vote.

TrumpMarch.com

Amy Kremer, a former CNP member, has been at the forefront of organizing local “Stop The Steal” events around the country.

Kremer is the second person to promote the event on Twitter, just 12 minutes after her daughter, Kylie Jane Kremer.

High-profile neo-Nazis like Nick Fuentes and militia members like Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio also promote the event on Twitter and other platforms.

According to the website, the event’s speakers include Kremer, Mike Kelly, Louie Gohmert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Sebastian Gorka, Paris Dennard, Penny Nance, Matt Schlapp, Rose Tennent, and Ryan Fournier.

The first use of the #MarchForTrump hashtag in 2020 was also from Amy Kremer’s account. On January 27th, she associated the hashtag with an event Women For Trump planned to protest the “impeachment hoax.”

David Bossie, the person in charge of Trump’s legal battle to steal the election, is also tied to CNP.

The people most concerned with keeping Donald Trump as president appear to be his big money donors rather than Trump himself.

Following the January 2021 attack on the Capitol, the “Trump March” website redirects to Women for America First.

Note: The photo used for this post is actually from a celebration outside the White House after Donald Trump lost the 2020 election. It’s unlikely there will be this many people or this many masks on November 14.

External Sources

Trump March, Archived

Twitter, January 27, 2020

Just Security (Archived)

Photo: Ted Eytan

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