Demands Will Be Delivered To Congress At WW2 Memorial – Ride For The Constitution

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Ride for the Constitution
10/10/2013

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

RideForTheConstitution.org is proud to announce that Constitutional Attorney Larry Klayman founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch is an official spokesperson for our cause.  Mr. Klayman is known for his strong public interest advocacy in furtherance of ethics in government and individual freedoms and liberties. During his tenure at Judicial Watch, he obtained a court ruling that Bill Clinton committed a crime, the first lawyer ever to have done so against an American president.

Most recently, Larry Klaymen has been a staunch supporter of the family members of “Seal Team 6” who have been insisting on formal congressional hearings to investigate the cover-up surrounding the service member’s deaths.   Mr. Klaymen has also filed numerous lawsuits on behalf of the American people to hold our government officials accountable to the law, including a citizen’s Grand Jury criminal indictment of Barack Obama and Joe Biden

RideForTheConstitution.org is proud to announce that Congressman Louie Gohmert of Texas has agreed to receive a list of U.S. Citizens demands at the World War 2 memorial on Friday October 11, 2013.  Mr. Klayman will attend this important meeting to deliver our demands along side an official representative of the independent truckers Ernest “General” Lee, Zeeda Andrews, Constitutional Police Chief Mark Kessler, a representative of the Million Vet March on War Memorials, as well as representatives of numerous organizations who have joined us in this effort to save our nation…

 

The press release continues at RideForTheConstitution.org

 

 

Update:  The Tea Party Patriots invite you to join them, Senator Mike Lee, and Glenn Beck on Saturday in Washington, D.C., for a National Day of Service.  Details are at their website.

 

Also, Meet the patriot who is caring for the National Mall during the gov’t shutdown 

…Chris initially went to D.C. from his home in South Carolina to patrol the memorials, and after two days on the Mall, he decided to undertake a custodial role because of the accumulating trash, leaves, and overgrowth. He bought a blower and began clearing paths and tidying the area. His mission: Make the Mall look “more like a golf course than a ghetto.”…

 

 

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