Nationwide Rallies to Support President Trump

Nationwide Rallies to Support President Trump
0 comments, 21/02/2017, by , in Spirit of America


Spirit of 76USA – Main Street Patriots is proud to announce the Spirit of America Rallies to be held in cities and towns across the United States in support of President Trump.

On February 27th and March 4th these Spirit of America Rallieswill be attended by the same cross section of Americans that propelled President Trump to victory and, will reinforce and support the current policies being put in place that will help Make America Great Again!

Leading up the effort in Louisiana, Retired Colonel Rob Maness, former U.S. Senate Candidate and Chairman of GatorPAC said, “I am proud to lead the charge here to get supporters of President Trump to show their support of his policy agenda through these Spirit of America rallies.  Average citizens from across the political spectrum and all walks of life elected Mr. Trump and we at GatorPAC are especially pleased to help him with his national effort to Make America Great Again and #DrainTheSwamp priorities in Washington D.C.”

National tea party movement co-founder, Debbie Dooley states, “These rallies are inclusive, non-partisan, and open to anyone supporting President Trump in his efforts to bring back manufacturing jobs to America, put the security of our nation ahead of political correctness, improve our infrastructure, revitalize the inner cities and secure our nation’s borders.”

Main Street Patriots Co-Founder and Presidential  Elector from Ohio Ralph King adds, “the American electorate spoke loud and clear this past November. These Spirit of America Rallies are a continuation of the collective voice of American’s that embrace President Trump’s policies to put the American workers and citizens first once again.

To find or host a Spirit of America Rally in your state please go to Main Street Patriots website. If you do not see a Rally listed for your state email Ralph King or Debbie Dooley.

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