Denver-With eight days remaining in Donald Trump’s presidency, a large number of protesters asked on Sunday to advance the withdrawal date.
“This may be the last time we got President Trump to protest,” said Ty Anderson, a member of the Denver school board, from the truck bed more than 100 people in the car. “We started exploding four years ago and we are going to explode today.”
The protest was organized by Anderson and was in response to the riots that occurred after Trump killed five people in a rally in the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Before and on the day the violence broke out, many people linked the riots to the president’s remarks.
Anderson said: “On the past Wednesday, terrorist acts took place in the U.S. Capitol.”
Speakers at the rally included Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser (Phil Weiser), who insisted that impeachment would send a strong message.
Weatherhead said in a speech about the president: “He can no longer hold office.” “The important thing is to hear our people.”
When the caravan drove through Denver, the news was brought to the street. Demonstrators chanted in front of the Colorado State Capitol, and protesters waved signs.
Protester Stacy Mitchell said: “Trump needs to go, we mean he needs to go.” “I can make another sound.”