Massive protests expected on Inauguration Day

 
Massive protests expected on Inauguration Day
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected in Washington for the inauguration of Donald Trump, but hundreds of thousands are also expected to demonstrate against him or his agenda.

With a list of some of the largest groups expected to protest in Washington on Inauguration Day, AP explains that just the groups ANSWER COALITION, DISRUPTJ20, OCCUPY INAUGURATION and WOMEN'S MARCH ON WASHINGTON, will gather hundreds of thousands of protesters on Friday. In addition there are all the smaller, more or less dangerous anti-Trump groups.

Organizers of the Women's March on Washington have estimated 200,000 people will attend their event on the day after Trump's inauguration.

Christopher Geldart, the District of Columbia's homeland security director, said he expects the march to draw more than that. He said 1,800 buses have registered to park in the city on Jan. 21, which would mean nearly 100,000 people coming in just by bus.

How large the attendance of pro-Trump groups is expected to be in Washington, is as usual not noted by AP, but there are going to be some of those too.

When celebrities and superstars avoid a chance to shine, it is likely a bad sign.

Peace.

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