Women Trump Supporters March in D.C to ‘Stop Impeachment’
'We want our President to know he is not alone...'
Women who support President Donald Trump are sending a message to the Democrats by marching in Washington, DC and across the country on Thursday to protest impeachment.
The march was organized by Women for America First and is due to take place outside the Capitol building in D.C. and in dozens of other cities.
“We want our President to know he is not alone, and we stand with him,” an announcement of the march states.
“Our President needs us more than ever before. We must not let him down.”
The marchers will include locals and women, who will be bussed in from other locations.
The announcement encourages participants to wear “Trump gear” and to bring pro-American items like flags and signs with messages that express the women’s support for Trump.
Tea Party activist and founder of Women for America First, Amy Kremer, said:
“We are coming to Washington to support our president — to stand with him through this impeachment charade."
“[Democrats are] trying to subvert the will of the people and overturn the vote, and people are as mad as hell about it,” Kremer said.
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“It absolutely is a partisan witch hunt and the American people can see right through it.”
“The Tea Party did it in 2010, and we have to do it again in 2020 because we need Congress to get back to doing the business of the people,” Kremer said.
"Trump could be enjoying a comfortable life in the private sector instead of facing a daily assault from Democrats and the media," according to Kremer.
“Instead, he is fighting for this nation, fighting back against corruption,” Kremer said.
“They got involved in politics when they voted for Donald Trump, and now they see what’s happening to Trump, and they don’t like it, and they want to be active, and they want to fight back against it,” Kremer continued.
"They also want to send a message to the President."
“Don’t back down,” Kremer added.
“We have your back, Mr. President.”