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More than a hundred people expected at Make America Great Again rally in Loveland this weekend

More than a hundred people expected at Make America Great Again rally in Loveland this weekend
Posted at 10:34 PM, Jul 26, 2018

LOVELAND, Colo. – A group of northern Colorado residents will take to the streets Saturday in support of President Donald Trump and "his stated goal to 'Make America Great Again.'"

So far, 181 people have indicated they’ll be participating in the “I Stand with Trump - Make America Great Again” rally scheduled to take place on July 28 on the southeast corner of Highway 34 and Lake Loveland, across from Dwayne Webster Veterans Park.

There will be no speakers or planned agenda. Instead, the event will be utilizing the First Amendment right to demonstrate on public sidewalks, said rally organizer David Huntwork.

Huntwork said in a press release that rally goers will be lining Highway 34 along the south side of Lake Loveland with flags, banners, and signs proclaiming their support for President Trump and his presidential campaign slogan to “Make America Great Again.”

Organizers hope the rally also gives northern Coloradans the opportunity to network, make new friends and meet like-minded people from all over northern Colorado.

Participants are asked to bring Make America Great Again t-shirts, hats and signs; Trump, American, historical and patriotic flags; banners and signs supporting the 2nd Amendment, secure borders, national sovereignty, patriotism, etc.; as well as water, sunscreen and glasses.

They ask that you do not bring signs, t-shirts, hats or signs that display symbols related to anarchy, gay pride, Confederate or “other inappropriate flags.”

Huntwork also asked participants to respond to protesters and hecklers with a wave and a smile as they are “very effective weapons against those fueled by hate and ignorance.”

The group will meet at the southeast side of the lake at the base of the Statue of Liberty. 

The rally will start at 1 p.m. and is expected to be over by 4 p.m.