In the face of the large crowd of American patriots driving to Washington in defense of electoral integrity, Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser requested that the U.S. Army National Guard reinforce the police, according to the Jan. 4 Daily Caller. 

The mayor had already restricted several basic public services, making free movement, access to food, housing, and vehicle fuel purchases very difficult between Jan. 4 and Jan. 6. 

President Donald Trump, summoned all those who seek electoral justice in the face of the fraudulent presidential elections of 2020, to Washington on Jan. 6 at 9 a.m. 

The co-founder of the political organization Tea Party Patriots, Jenny Beth Martin, published in one of her tweets the call, and she will be one of the speakers at one of the meeting points.

“President Trump has called on we the people to meet him in DC on January 6th! Every patriot who loves freedom must find their way to DC for what will be a historic day for the Republic,” Martin wrote. 

It also alerts those who attend the event to be aware of the situation with regard to accommodation and food. 

“WOW: They are working overtime to prevent people from coming to Washington DC to protest against election fraud.
– DC Mayor’s Dining Room Closed
– Airline and Hotel Price Increases
– Now Some Hotels are CLOSING during the event dates

We will be there to Stop the Theft” 

In another action taken by authorities, on Jan. 4 they detained Enrique Tarrio, the leader of the Proud Boys, a group that supports President Trump in nullifying the fraudulent election results. 

Tarrio is accused of burning a flag of the Marxist Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement last month, according to the New York Post. 

Jan. 6 has become the symbolic date on which the entire Senate, chaired by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, will meet to determine the president’s name for the next four years. 

In a fraudulent series of deceptions and complicities shaking the nation, controversial state certifications point to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as the one elected against the nearly 75 million votes for President Trump’s re-election. 

Nevertheless, the vast amount of evidence of fraud, which has been ignored by the courts and state authorities, will continue to be presented by President Trump, who remains faithful to constitutional procedures, defending electoral transparency. Jan. 6 is a new opportunity to do so.