The Bikers for Trump motorcycle group will be roaring into Washington D.C. this week as Donald Trump is officially sworn in as president, and according to their founder they won’t be tolerating any out of control violent protesters.
Although the election was over months ago anti-Trump groups, anarchists, socialists, agitators and people who just want an excuse to protest are making their way to the nation’s capitol to disrupt an otherwise historic occasion. Over the weekend one of the groups planning to protest called “Refuse Fascism” took out a full page ad in The New York Times calling for volunteers to “stop the Trump-Pence regime before it starts” and save humanity from a democratically elected president who only wants to Make America Great Again.
There are even various reports coming out that these anti-Trump protest groups are planning to destroy property and be as disruptive as possible, even if it includes violence against law enforcement or innocent spectators.
On the day of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration protesters are planning an anti-capitalist march, road blockades and disruptions to inauguration balls. The protests will likely include property destruction, a source with intimate knowledge of the protest plans told The Daily Caller Friday.
The blockades are not limited to roads but will also be at every security checkpoint, the source said. The source added that the protesters blockading each checkpoint will represent a different liberal cause such as climate change or money in politics.
Organizers for #DisruptJ20 are planning to kick off the inauguration protests on Jan. 18 with a gay dance party outside of Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s Chevy Chase, MD home.
In the face of what will probably look like a Trump rally protest on steroids, some of the pro-Trump groups are taking to the streets to show their support and promote a peaceful inauguration day. Bikers for Trump, which was started in 2015 during the primaries, is a group of motorcycle enthusiast that supported the president-elect throughout the election, often showing up at his rallies to protect attendees from the vicious attacks of protesters.
Now, Bikers for Trump is once again coming to the aid of Trump supporters as founder Chris Cox told Fox News that bikers are planning to form a “wall of meat” to prevent the protesters from harassing spectators or destroying property.
The founder of Bikers For Trump told “Fox & Friends” his organization will, if need be, form a “wall of meat” to protect citizens attending President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday from protesters and the like.
Chris Cox said thousands of bikers from across the country are going to converge on the District of Columbia to prevent any violence or wrongdoing at the event.
Cox said he has full faith in the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington as well as the Capitol Police and U.S. Park Police, but will be standing by, should things get out of hand.
In that case, bikers will form a “wall of meat” and stand “shoulder-to-shoulder with [their] brothers and toe-to-toe with anyone” who tries to break down barriers, harass women or throw things.
He said his group has ballooned to 200,000-strong only 15 months after 100 bikers held their first rally in Virginia Beach, Va.
The group will also hold a celebratory ceremony to honor veterans during the lunch recess on Inauguration Day.
The event will be held in John Marshall Park, Cox said, which is a few blocks west of the Capitol.
The liberal activists have their organized efforts to disrupt, harass and sabotage innocent rallies, as was proven by the Project Veritas undercover videos last year that showed Democrat operatives hiring people to incite violence at Trump rallies, but now conservatives and honest spectators have volunteers to help promote peace and order.
Considering the viciousness that has been seen at previous anti-Trump protests, with rally goers getting pelted with eggs, chased down and beaten as well as having their car windows smashed, the inauguration will be significantly safer with patriots who are willing to put themselves at risk to protect others.
Hopefully the protests won’t turn into a violent mob of Mexican flag waving thugs smashing cars and hunting down Trump supporters, as it did during Trump’s visit to San Jose last year.
Something tells me these protesters, many of them proven to be paid and bused in for the sole purpose of disrupting Trump’s events, are going to find going up against bikers is much different than surrounding lone Trump voters and assaulting them.