Sunday, January 15, 2017

THE INAUGURATION PROTESTS HAVE NOW BEGUN

The anti-Trump protesting has already started for the Inauguration, a full week before the actual ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Two different groups brought thousands of Americans to the streets of the Capital City on Saturday, one led by Al Sharpton, the other by an iconic African-American church in DC.

The events have garnered light coverage in the mainstream media, as all of the major news agencies remain transfixed by Trump's Twitter feeds. But we picked-up on the story, and we share links with you here:





The group directed by Al Sharpton is under the auspices of the "National Action Network". Here is a link to the web page of that group.

The weather on Saturday was not so great for outdoor activities, but that didn't stop the first wave of anti-Trumpists. The cold rain was much nicer than the zero-degree weather that met protesters on December 19 at the Michigan State Capitol building.

The weather forecast for the Main Event next weekend is favorable in Washington, D.C. As you can see below, temperatures are predicted in the 50s, with very decent conditions on tap for Saturday, the day of the Million Woman March:


LOOKS LIKE IT MAY RAIN ON TheRUMPS PARADE




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