MAGA rally at Barney Schwartz.
Several hundred people from San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria County gathered at the MAGA Rally in Barney Schwartz Park in Paso Robles before driving south through the towns of SLO and US 101 County to finish in Santa Maria.
With red hats, American flags and several women dressed as suffragettes, Barney Schwarz celebrated the 100th anniversary of women’s suffragettes.
Before leaving on the highway, the Republican Party of the UFO district organized a rally with speakers such as the candidate of the 24th UFO district. The California District Convention, Andy Caldwell, and District 1 UFO President Linda Becker. As one of the suffragettes in white robes and red hats, Becker gave a speech in which he called on the participants to take part in the elections in 2020.
Thank you, Republican Party, for giving us the right to vote, Becker said, referring to Republican efforts to end the 19th U.S. Congress. Come vote, and invite your friends and family to come and vote.
The 19th. The amendment was made in 1878 by Californian senator A.A. Sargent, a Republican. He was defeated four times by the Senate, democratically controlled. Sargent hit one of the suffragettes Susan B. Anthony supported a bill passed after 41 years when the Republican Party took control of the Senate after the 1918 elections.
We’re celebrating 100 years of this 19th anniversary. extra article, and it’s such an important commitment, Becker said. I invite you to take part in the vote.
Mrs Becker was encouraged by the anecdote that she had mailed a letter of thanks last year, which had arrived at the wrong address before Christmas.
Hi, I send my newsletter and I dare? No, Becker said.
Becker also reported on the first polling stations in the northern district of the ASOs – four in Paso Robles, one in Templeton and three in Atasquadero were opened today. He concluded with information on the common position of the Republican Party.
As Conservatives, we want less government intervention, lower taxes, less individual freedom, and we want to develop our economy, Becker says. We will therefore vote against all proposals with the exception of proposals 20 and 22.
Caldwell followed Becker and expressed concern about the importance of the election.
This election is an existential threat to the future, not just of America but of what we know as the free world, Caldwell said. America is now being called upon to renounce our Judaeo-Christian heritage, Western civilization, our laws, cultures and institutions, the nuclear family, faith in God and the concept of inalienable rights and self-evident truths.
Caldwell seems to have referred to some of the calls for action and to the Black Lives Matter mission, which until the end of September was described on their website as the most important mission to violate the nuclear family structure prescribed by the West. The site was called What We believe, but since its 24th anniversary it has been called What We believe. In September it was completely suppressed.
I can tell you this because of my knowledge of history, political science and everything else, Mr. Caldwell said. If we give up all these things, let alone all this, America will cease to exist. Our Declaration of Independence is the cornerstone – we believe in inalienable rights and self-evident truths … that have created an atmosphere of freedom and liberty. They want total and complete control by the government.
The rise of Republican patriotism and support for President Trump is in part due to the state government’s response to the coronavirus, including Gavin Newsome, the Governor of California, who has been strongly criticized by business owners who have left California.
It’s because he put America back in first place, Caldwell said about the anger being expressed against the president.
The meeting was concluded with a speech and prayer by Msgr. Gabe Abdelaziz of the Paso Robles Renaissance Center.
After the rally, hundreds of cars dressed in American flags, Trump 2020 flags, Gadden flags and other patriotic insignia began their journey south through Spring Street, which ended in Santa Maria.
Trailed MAGA Interstate
A thousand participants in a few hundred cars crawled into Barney Schwartz’s Paso Robles on Spring Street and gave signals and played music to support what the organizers called a big bundle of old-fashioned American patriotism.
The event was named #MAGADragTheInterstate, as part of a national effort. On Twitter, the hashtag picked up videos from across the country, including Colorado, Connecticut, Tennessee, Washington and Arizona – a message from @darin_west counted 762 hits and said the number is growing.
Attendees at the meeting in Connecticut said they had more than 3,000 cars, while one participant from Colorado said people here were fed up with the closures and liberal policies. Another driver from Colorado said there was patriotism in the air.
In California, rallies were observed from Sacramento, where more than 10,000 vehicles and parades were reportedly registered in the Coachella Valley in the south.
Minnesota was represented by Julia Procopio, who wrote Let’s Go RED baby!!! For the first time in 47 years!
Online criticism of the rallies contradicts the patriotism expressed by the participants. Some contributions to social networks have compared meetings to those of the Taliban.
The atmosphere there was very spiritual and patriotic. The Trump train headed south on Spring Street to USA 101 and went to the SpringHill Suites and Staples parking lot at Atasquadero, where it took a ride on the El Camino Real.
At that stop the scene looked like a university party with music and people buzzing around the parking lot.
Frisco’s family met Paso Robles and Morro Bay there. The press and Paso Robles explained to the family why they were there.
I’m a Trump supporter and a Republican to the core, says Patrick Frisco. I just want to come here and show that we definitely support Trump, not only in the whole country, but also here in this county. It wasn’t their first rodeo.
A few months ago we had a boat parade on Lake Nascimento, he says. I can’t say this is my first parade.
Hundreds of cars flooded the streets and highways, and the parade also took place in real time. At the entrance to the United States 101 parades were accompanied by two CG vehicles and no local incidents were reported. Patrick Frisco said he was impressed with this movement.
I’ve never seen anything like it, he said. Driving on the road and seeing what happens is history. This is a historic moment. I’ve never seen anything like this before, and I don’t know how long it’ll be before we see something like this again.
There may have been hundreds of thousands of cars across the country in support of President Trump’s re-election and conservative ideals.
It’s unbelievable, Frisco said. Strong support is not only for people, but also for the ideologies – the ideologies that founded America. This [parade] is in harmony with our founders – freedom, personal responsibility, lower taxes, respect for each person as a person from the beginning to the end of life.
The Republican president hasn’t won California since 1988, when Vice President Ronald Reagan won George Bush. Since then, Republicans have scored points in the last seven years in the presidential election, beating the Democratic Party candidate by an average of 55.3 percent to 37.4 percent, and in 2016 the Democratic Party candidate won the biggest victory in history. The year 2020 is nothing less than a historic year and the historic elections are hanging by a thread. It is not yet known whether the Republicans of California will be able to join forces to put the needle on their candidate, but it is clear that the Democratic Party candidate is not that enthusiastic about his base.
In our street in the Morro Bay we have three trumps [flags] on our doorstep, including ours, according to Daniel Frisco. I think people are starting to wake up and understand what’s at stake in this election. This choice is more important than all the others I have lived for and I am happy to make it with my children. They have learned a lot from this experience and are very patriotic. They’re little supporters of the good, and I know one day they’ll be voters, and that’s the important thing. Their seven-year-old son Blake plans to support the president if he can drive.
I’ll bring a bus full of people from behind and I’ll be the driver, said Blake Frisco, and they’ll hold all the trump flags for the Trump Rally.
Blake Ryan’s father had the pleasure of inviting his family to the meeting to celebrate people who share the same values.
Sometimes as a curator you feel alone in your thoughts, so it’s nice to be part of a large group and to see how many other people share my beliefs, says Ryan Frisco.
The optimism aroused by a large congregation of parishioners throughout California led to the belief that change was in the air.
If it is the beginning of an impulse or a desire to blush again, it is fantastic, according to Patrick Frisco.
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