Activists planning hundreds of anti-Trump protests across the country


Activists hoping to force “our elected leaders” to provide Americans with answers regarding allegations of collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia during the 2016 U.S. presidential election will descend on cities across the country this weekend.

Protests will be held in Washington, D.C. and 135 other cities on Saturday, June 3. Organizers of “March for Truth” say the “legitimacy of our democracy” is at stake. They plan to “rise together” with the stated goals of:

  • Establishment of an independent commission;
  • Congressional investigations to be “properly resourced and pursued” on a bipartisan basis;
  • Make as much information as can be released available to the public, as soon as possible;
  • For President Donald Trump to release his tax returns in order to clear up any questions about his business ties to foreign entities;
  • Prosecution of any crimes or collusion, if discovered.

As liberals continue to push the “Russia narrative” and anti-Trump rhetoric, Democrats like Rep. Al Green (Texas), will be making remarks at the Washington, D.C. event.  Other lauded speakers will include Jill Wine-Banks, a former Watergate prosecutor, and Javier Muñoz, of Broadway musical “Hamilton” fame.

This rally is the latest in a series of weekend protests that reject the Trump administration. Previous mass protests include “Women’s March” in January, the “Tax March” in April and the “March for Science,” also in April.

President Trump has denied that there was any collusion between his campaign and Russia, calling the probe “fake news.”


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