As chaos and violence unfolded today in the nation’s capital, members of the local group Cache Valley Patriots organized a more peaceful approach to voice their frustration and claims of a “stolen election.”
About 30 vehicles mostly consisting of trucks flying American flags and more partisan expressions of “Don’t tread on me” and “Trump 2020” gathered in the old Shopko (soon-to-be WinCo) parking lot on Wednesday in a show of support for Pres. Donald Trump in the final days of his term — and the hope that Congress would fail to certify the results from the 2020 election.
Despite the event’s title of “Fight For Trump,” it consisted of like-minded individuals mingling in the mid-20-degree January night for 30 minutes, affixing flags to their trucks, SUVs and cars and digesting the happenings of the day before driving up and down Main Street. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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