Frederick County Goes to Washington, January 6

Image courtesy Frederick County Conservative Club

In case you have been living in a cave or avoiding social media, you might be unaware there is a Million MAGA March in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021 beginning at Noon on the National Mall. 

January 6 is the date Congress is set to count the Electoral College votes.  President Donald J. Trump asked for his supporters and patriots to join him in D.C. on this date.

The Frederick County Conservative Club has rented two buses to transport freedom loving patriots from Frederick to D.C. and back again.  They had originally only reserved one bus, however, there was so much interest in this event a second bus was needed.  If you want to go, as of today there are still a few seats remaining on the second bus.  Contact the FCCC in the link provided above.

A few things you should know, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered a stop to indoor dining through January 15 so bring food, drinks and snacks.  Before you drink too much be aware finding a public bathroom might prove difficult with all the closed businesses.  The FCCC buses do have bathrooms.

There are rumors that hotels and public transportation may also be shut down to make attending this event more troublesome.  Plan accordingly and hope these are just rumors.  Be prepared for all situations both good and bad. 

Stay in groups and be in a safe location by dark.  You may recall Antifa, Black Lives Matter and others were violently assaulting Trump supporters during the Stop the Steal event on December 12 after the crowds thinned out.  The Proud Boys, who kept many of the December 12 attendee’s from becoming statistics of violent crimes will be on hand to help keep everything peaceful.  This is a permitted event so Park Police will also be there.  Will they be allowed to assist those in distress is another matter?

Seven states have sent two sets of electors, one for Biden one for Trump.  There are continuing legal election fraud challenges in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada and New Mexico.  It is believed their elections were prematurely certified and want fraud allegations cleared up before electoral votes are counted.

On December 28, 2020 Pennsylvania House Representative Russ Diamond sent a letter urging his fellow legislators to decertify their results because the “numbers don’t add up.”

Some of the most compelling evidence for election fraud was heard during a December 30, 2020 hearing by the Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections.  Not only was the evidence compelling, but while they were listening to testimony one of the witnesses hacked into the voting that was going on in the area.  Remember, certain officials keep saying these machines cannot connect to the internet.  This was proven false, in real time, during a hearing about election fraud.  Listen here. All five hours of the hearing can be watched below.  I encourage everyone to watch it all but pay particular attention around the 1:13 mark and witness Jovan Hutton Pulitzer

Mr. Pulitzer’s Curriculum Vitae is vast and impressive but for our purposes he’s the creator of codes that make it possible for your phone to scan bar codes or Q codes, any type of machine-readable code – he created that and holds over 200 patents.  He’s the witness that hacked into the election machines DURING the hearing.

The testimony you will be provided at this hearing is why thousands, tens of thousands, hopefully hundreds of thousands of people are heading to Washington, D.C. on January 6.  They are going to support not just Donald J. Trump, the rightful winner of the November 3rd election but to support fair elections.  We are not a third-world country.  Our votes should still matter.  You shouldn’t be OK with stealing an election because your guy was picked by who exactly?  Who rigged the outcome?  Was it the Chinese Communist Party? 

“It’s not the people who vote that count.  It’s the people who count the votes.” – Joseph Stalin

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