Sunday, January 23, there will be a "Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming" march in Washington, DC.
Organizers say the march will begin at 11:30am at the Washington Monument and proceed to Lincoln Memorial. The event will feature special guests including prominent doctors, journalists, recording artists and thought leaders.
The Unity Project, Children's Health Defense, and the Global Covid Summit have partnered to sponsor and organize this march. Supporters, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, oppose vaccine mandates, government intrusion, interference in personal medical decisions, and oppression of individual freedoms.
The organization's website Defeat the Mandates states the following objectives:
We want to be...free.
Free to work.
Free to travel.
Free to learn.
Free to question.
Free to speak.
Free to pray.
Free to say no.
The mandates are un-American.
Stop the mass firings.
Stop segregating by vaccination status.
Stop calling Americans "unpatriotic" for making a personal medical choice.
We’re coming home.
Americans of every class and color.
Democrats and Republicans.
Vaccinated and unvaccinated.
United we stand, in peace we march.
For more information or to R.S.V.P. to attend the march, visit the website here.
Stephen Triesch says
Organizers should beware of clusters of buff-looking men wearing khakis and shades, anyone consulting an earpiece, men wearing antler hats, men brandishing Confederate flags, and anyone named Ray Epps. Do not heed any call to illegal behavior. Do not engage with counter-demonstrators. Stick to the message.
The left will try to discredit this anyway they can. YouTube and Twitter and Facebook will probably censor any positive reporting on it.
Exactly. They should take the Protest to welcoming red state, where I'm sure there would be opposition, but at least the "police" probably wouldn't kill anyone, and if they did, they'd probably be held accountable.
There is no need to go to DC to do this. These marches should be in every town, city, and State Capital across the country. As far as DC is concerned. Vote every single one of them out of office
Timothy Gates says
My wife and I live in Wa state and feel very motivated to participate in this event. Perhaps obligated. Just wondering if any like minded folks who live in the DC area have a suggestion on how to best try and navigate this little journey. We're of an age where we are trying to avoid turning this into a huge logistical adventure. Any advice about doing this as simply as possible and perhaps a recommendation on a clean place to stay would be much appreciated. Neither of us are familiar with DC,