A motorcycle group called “Bikers for Trump” is ready to be responsible for the security during the Donald Trump’s inauguration set for January 20, the group’s leader said.
A motorcycle group called “Bikers for Trump” is ready to protect citizens and ensure security at the streets during the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump set for January 20, the group’s leader said.
“We will form a wall of meat. We will be shoulder to shoulder with our brothers, we will be toe-to-toe with anyone who is going to break through the police barriers, who is going to be assaulting women, spilling on them, throwing things at them,” Chris Cox said Saturday in an interview with “Fox & Friends” news show.
Cox added that the bikers were sure that the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, Capitol Police and US Park Police were able to prevent any violence, still they would gather in the District of Columbia ready to help.
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He stressed that they were anticipating a peaceful transition of power.
The “Bikers For Trump” was formed as a group of “patriotic bikers” seeking Trump’s presidency, and mainly engaged in preventing violence at “Trump for President” appearances. After November 8 elections the group has been traveling around the country to inform voters on the issues confronting the United States. The group comprises some 200,000 people.