There is a massive nationwide protest going on as citizens are taking to the streets to demand that Congress protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Thousands of people are outside the White House:
— Ben Wikler (@benwikler) November 8, 2018
In New York, the crowd is so long that it spans 30th to 42nd Streets:
— Justin Hendrix (@justinhendrix) November 8, 2018
Video from MSNBC of the massive crowd size in New York:
— PoliticusUSA (@politicususa) November 8, 2018
The scene in Louisville, KY:
“We are what democracy looks like!” #NoOneIsAboveTheLaw in Louisville, KY. This is a peaceful protest overwhelmingly of people here to #resistTrump and #ProtectMueller, but also a couple of people with Don’t Tread on Me flags. pic.twitter.com/sdAorwCVFB
— Marisa Jones (@marisacjones) November 8, 2018
1,000 people in Pittsburgh have turned out to protect Mueller:
— Rick Claypool (@RickClaypool) November 8, 2018
The American people have Robert Mueller’s back
Trump was worried about the House Democrats investigating him or protecting Mueller. What he really should have been concerned about is the reaction of the American people when he decided to put a lapdog who doesn’t believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 election in charge of the Department of Justice.
The American people are going to take to the streets to protect the Special Counsel, and if Trump dares of sabotage or fire Mueller, the protests that are happening today will be nothing compared to what will be waiting for him everywhere he goes until he is out office every single minute of his life.
The American people got the House. Now, they want their country back.
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Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor and Senior White House and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA.Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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