Organizers of a march planned in support of President Donald Trump’s legal challenges to ensure a fair and free election have said Big Tech companies are trying to ban their movement. 

Women for Trump co-founder Amy Kremer announced the event on Sunday, Nov. 8, saying, “President @realDonaldTrump, DO NOT CONCEDE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. I need you to stay & fight this voter fraud. The left has attempted to steal this election. I will not let them steal my freedom.”

“I will not let them steal my freedom. We will ≠MarchforTRUMP NEXT Saturday in DC, Nov 14th, 12PM. We are w/you!” she added.

“Democrats are scheming to disenfranchise and nullify Republican votes. It’s up to us to stop it. We will NOT back down!” the invitation for the event read.

“This Saturday, thousands of patriots will be meeting at Freedom Plaza at noon and marching to the Supreme Court to show our support for the integrity of every American’s vote and our support for President Trump exhausting every legal recourse available to ensure that EVERY LEGAL VOTE counts and that NO LEGAL VOTE is diluted.” 

According to Kremer, Facebook, Mailchimp, and Eventbrite have hindered the president’s supporters from sharing information about the march slated in the nation’s capital this weekend, citing “harmful information.”

“We do not permit events, content, or creators that share or promote potentially harmful misinformation. In this instance, we have determined that your event violates our Community Guidelines and is therefore not permitted on the Eventbrite platform. As a result, your event listing has been removed and any paid orders have been refunded,” an email from Eventbrite sent to Kremer read.

Kremer took to Twitter on Tuesday, clarifying that the event is not canceled and it was instead censored by Big Tech. 

“We cannot let them shut us down,” she wrote. “It is time that WE THE PEOPLE rise up and have our voices heard.” 

President Trump supporters expressed their outrage on the social media, with Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) calling on the Justice Department to look into the issue.