Inauguration Day is shaping up to a very exciting day in American politics. It’s always exciting to have a new president sworn in, but given the controversy surrounding President-elect Donald Trump, this Inauguration Day has the potential to be very contentious.
In addition to many liberal groups planning protests on Inauguration Day, the group “Bikers for Trump” has managed to secure a permit to hold a rally, The Washington Times reported.
Reportedly, this permit was only given to the bikers after the National Park Service Office declined their initial permit request and the Bikers for Trump then revealed what they would do instead.
“I wasn’t happy. I told her I had thousands and thousands of bikers coming into town, and if she didn’t give me a spot, they were going to be just mingling around and would end up hanging out where all the Trump protesters are, and there’s going to be big problems and then people are going to wonder why,” Chris Cox, the founder of Bikers for Trump, explained.
Looks like that was enough to scare the Park Service into doing the right thing.
The New York Times reported that Bikers for Trump secured a permit for 5,000 people, though they believed that many more than that will show up for the rally.
While that number seems high, many other liberal groups were expecting bigger crowds, such as the “Women’s March on Washington” which was expecting 200,000 people (though we’ll see what happens).
There are other pro-Trump biker rallies that have been planned for Inauguration Day, but some of these biker groups have differences with each other, making coordination between the groups difficult, US News reported.
Undoubtedly, the biker groups and other pro-Trump groups that show up will help stop the thousands of crybaby liberals from getting out of hand — as they did throughout the general election campaign.
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