Getz and Green protest on the sidewalk after canceling their ‘America First’ rally

Matt Getz and Marjorie Taylor Green protested a free speech on a sidewalk in california no one will give them a place for them after America first Rally.

Republican Lawmakers speak to nearly 100 supporters outside Riverside City Hall after a venue Anaheim Became the latest place to cancel its booking on Saturday.

a member of Congress reported that they had secured the M3 Live Anaheim Event Center for the rally, despite protests from city leaders.

But when Anaheim officials criticized controversial politicians for bringing the event to the city, the venue changed its mind about hosting pro-Trump delegates and their supporters.

It came after two venues, the Pacific Hills Banquet and Event Center and Riverside Convention Center in Laguna Hills, were canceled when complaints flooded over GOP members.

The pair also spent time with supporters at Huntington Beach.

“We will not hold back,” Rep. Greene told the Riverside rally where he spoke for ten minutes. “The radical left want to bully you, they want to harass you, they want to target you, and they want to cancel you.”

He said: “And here’s what we’re going to do, America. You have two members of Congress here and we refuse to cancel because we won’t let you cancel.

Then he told the younger crowd that Donald Trump’s policies are “going to save our country and stop the communists who are trying to destroy our freedoms.”

Ms. Greene, a Congresswoman from Georgia, harassed survivors of the school shooting in February, as well as her Home Committee actions after she surfaced of videos supporting QAnon and 9/11 conspiracy theories. lost to

She also called for the execution of House Leader Nancy Pelosi in a Facebook post, and compared the Senate’s masked mandate to the Holocaust, for which she later apologized.

Mr Gates, a Florida congressman, also told the crowd that he refused to cancel.

“Marjorie and I called the military a few hours ago (Make America Great Again) and you’re here because you love America,” he said.

“They may try to cancel us online. They may try to chase us in real life. They may try to close our places. But we will take this fight before them in court, in the halls of Congress and if need be, in the streets.

Mr Getz is reportedly under investigation by the Justice Department for alleged sex trafficking, which he has strongly denied. He has not been charged with any offence.

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