Posted originally on The Conservative Tree House on January 3, 2021 by Sundance
Friend of the Treehouse John Spiropoulos stops in rural Arkansas as he travels to Washington DC for the massive rally supporting President trump. John is conducting interviews with people heading to the event.
Traveling from California to DC, John provides “Let’s Roll America” reports as he travels through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee and Virginia. Yesterday John took the road less traveled to meet with patriotic American, Richard Wiley.
Richard is an 82-year-old widower who is concerned for the future of his 3 children, 4 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Mr. Wiley is preparing his trip to DC to protest the election result and rally in support of President Donald J Trump.
You can support John at his GoFundMe-Here, as well as GiveSendGo-Here Also any CTH member who would like the opportunity to meet up with John for his video segments can contact him via his email address: Spirovideo@aol.com
John’s next stop will be Nashville, Tennessee where a rally to support President Trump is taking place today. “Let’s Roll America” will file a report from Nashville.
The primary venue for DC assembly and speaker content will be focused on The Ellipse, a 52-acre park south of the White House fence and north of Constitution Avenue and the National Mall; however the recommendation is now to arrive before 9am on the date of the event. [See Map Below]
President Trump has confirmed that he will be participating at the massive event. Additionally, for those traveling to Washington DC for the rally on January 6th, here’s some insider advice and helpful tips from a person who lives in the area – SEE HERE –
Also an additional warning. Be prepared for the DC metro to be SHUT DOWN as part of a crowd control strategy. If as many people arrive as we are currently anticipating to see, literally in the millions, you could/should expect DC, VA and MD authorities to order the DC metro rail system to shut down. It would be prudent to plan for this.
If you are incapable of walking multiple miles into DC; and you anticipate the shortage of cab transport; one possible workaround might be to plan on taking Amtrak into Union Station. Unfortunately, January 6th attendees must think of themselves as insurgent supporters arriving against the interests of the administrative state. Have a primary, secondary and back-up plan thought-out in advance; and make your travel into DC early.
As noted below The Ellipse is mid-way (aligned with the Washington Monument) North of the National Mall. The area in-around the Capitol building might not be open due to pre-inauguration event construction. So it is best to be fluid with your plans.