Now this should be good!
Leftists have been threatening to disrupt Donald Trump’s inauguration since the day he won the election. They’re not just vowing to peacefully protest, either. Some groups are determined to violently disrupt the proceedings.
Thousands of police officers and National Guardsmen will be on hand to provide security. However, one colorful and very loud “unofficial” group is also showing up on Friday to provide a show of force in support of the new president. They’ll be coming from all over the country to Washington for the big event.
Fox Business reports:
A motorcycle group led by a South Carolina chainsaw artist will ride into the nation’s capital on Inauguration Day in support of the 45th President of the United States.
Bikers for Trump, a group of motorcycle enthusiasts, will likely be toeing the line with protesters, who are also expected to be at the event.
“The bikers are certainly used to being outnumbered and we are prepared to form a wall of meat,” Chris Cox, the founder of the organization, told the FOX Business Network.
For all their tough talk, most “progressives” are just keyboard warriors, beta males who’ve never faced off against “alphas” like these bikers.
It’s important to remember that many in the biker community are veterans who, while they fought for every citizen’s right to protest, are also patriotic and won’t be happy to see, for example, flag burnings and similar provocations.
And they certainly won’t be chanting anti-cop slogans, whereas you can expect to hear a lot of that from the anti-Trump faction.
It seems fitting to give Bikers for Trump leader Chris Cox the last word:
“[The bikers looked for] someone who was going to stand up and call it what it is,” Cox explained. “Radical Islam is one of the biggest talking points of Bikers for Trump. Illegal immigration and one of our sweet spots is getting behind the American veteran. We believe it’s incumbent upon all who understand the value and the sacrifice of our servicemen and women that we are there for them. And we’ve got to change these policies now.”
Source: Fox Business