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Washington DC: Thousands demonstrate against stolen US election

Washington DC: Thousands demonstrate against stolen US election

“We all have to take a deep breath” – people are outraged that Trump should be removed from office

Trump supporters gathered in Washington DC on Saturday to protest the “stolen election”.

Organizers of Stop The Steal, the pro-Trump Roger Stone organized group, and church groups marched along the streets; the participants also invited people to participate in prayer rallies, as Reuters reported.

While more than 50 federal and regional court judgments have confirmed Biden’s victory, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a Texas-filed and Trump-backed lawsuit aimed at nullifying election results in four states.

The pardoned General Michael Flynn gave his first public address after his pardon:

“Whatever the ruling was yesterday … everybody take a deep, deep breath,” said the retired Army general who had served as Trump’s national security adviser.

“My charge to you is to go back to where you are from” and make your demands, said Flynn. The constitution “is not about collective liberty it is about individual liberties, and they designed it that way,” he added.

The protesters walked with campaign flags and signs between the Supreme Court – where the Texas case against electoral fraud had recently been dismissed – and the Capitol building on streets closed by the police.

Few protesters wore masks.

“We all have to take a deep breath” – people are outraged that Trump should be removed from office

Trump supporters gathered in Washington DC on Saturday to protest the “stolen election”.

Organizers of Stop The Steal, the pro-Trump Roger Stone organized group, and church groups marched along the streets; the participants also invited people to participate in prayer rallies, as Reuters reported.

While more than 50 federal and regional court judgments have confirmed Biden’s victory, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a Texas-filed and Trump-backed lawsuit aimed at nullifying election results in four states.

The pardoned General Michael Flynn gave his first public address after his pardon:

“Whatever the ruling was yesterday … everybody take a deep, deep breath,” said the retired Army general who had served as Trump’s national security adviser.

“My charge to you is to go back to where you are from” and make your demands, said Flynn. The constitution “is not about collective liberty it is about individual liberties, and they designed it that way,” he added.

The protesters walked with campaign flags and signs between the Supreme Court – where the Texas case against electoral fraud had recently been dismissed – and the Capitol building on streets closed by the police.

Few protesters wore masks.

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