Many many alt-left Antifa groups are staging a massive protest against President Donald Trump and a rally he is holding in Phoenix today then Bikers for Trump Arizona got wind of it and send out a “call to action” to all it’s members!

“Donald Trump is coming to the Phoenix Convention Center to hold a rally. There have been plans for Charlottesville sympathizers to protest. We need our bikers to show up and keep people safe.” […]

“They are supposed to start at 6:00. We think we need to be there by at least 4:00. That is when the doors open. If there are people outside waiting to get in, we don’t want anyone to harass them. Protesters have a right to protest, but they don’t have a right to threaten or intimidate. That is why we need to be there.”

We need more of this and we need to stop being less worried about what a bunch of dingbats throwing piss on us are going to think! We need to rally together to show support for our President, we did elect him after all.

The next time some Antifa rally is being staged in your area, send out your own Call to Action and let them know you won’t back down from supporting your country, your history, or your President.

As reported by ijr.com:

One of the group’s members, Jim Williams, told KPHO-TV they aren’t attending the rally to “start anything.”

“We don’t want anybody hurt, we don’t anybody intimidated or anybody to stay away from the rally because they’re afraid there’s going to be some violence showing up,” Williams added.

Additionally, another group is planning a “Stand for Patriotism” rally to counter what organizers are calling “anti-American and hate groups.”

“Let’s counterprotest them and stand up for God and country,” the organizers of the rally stated.

Hopefully, the dueling protests will remain peaceful, but the bikers and pro-America protesters will be countered by groups like Democratic Socialists of Phoenix and Desert Progressives, according to The Washington Times.

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