This week, approximately sixty cities across the U.S. will host rallies to show support for President Trump, his administration, and his proposed policies.
The rallies will be held in various locations between Monday and Saturday, and are seen as a counteraction to the recent protests against Trump taking place since his presidential win.
The events are being appropriately titled “Spirit of America,” and, according to rally organizer Debbie Dooley, are meant to revive patriotism in the country:
“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.”
However, organizer Ralph King insists that there is “no direct tie with the White House or Trump’s campaign organization” in establishing the spirited rallies. King said: “This is literally grassroots. … 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.”
Barbara Hemingway, an organizer for a Mar. 4 rally in Sarasota, Florida, also claims: “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.”
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