Symposium with Diane Sare: The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. -"Why We Can't Wait"

Symposium with Diane Sare: The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. -"Why We Can't Wait"

On Wednesday, January 6th, I joined tens, or hundreds of thousands of Americans in Washington, DC demonstrating to uphold the Constitutional right to free and fair elections. Like millions of others, I hoped that a hearing would be given to the substantial evidence of massive fraud in the 2020 presidential elections. Instead, a treasonous trap was laid, to lure supporters of President Trump into becoming cover for a violent attack on the Capitol Building,  which tragically turned deadly. Now Senator Chuck Schumer, whom I intend to unseat in 2022 ( if he isn't expelled sooner) and his side kick Nancy Pelosi, are not only blaming President Trump for the violence, including an absurd second impeachment in the House of Representatives, but seeking to remove members of Congress who merely opposed the Electoral College result, based on evidence which was never allowed to be presented. So, the great crime of the most expansive vote fraud in American history is to be brushed under the rug, and the current President of the United States, Donald Trump is banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and the lamestream press, unable to communicate with the American people.

This attempt to silence millions of American voters, up to and including the President of the United States will not work.  However, the failure of dictatorship does not guarantee a future of peace and prosperity.  This is where patriots can learn a great deal by studying the dedication and courage of Dr. King, who loved this nation so much that he gave his life in order to "form a more perfect union." 

I will be joined by Dennis Speed of The LaRouche Organization's Manhattan Project; Christopher Wright, conservative Brooklyn commentator; and Daniel Burke, former candidate for U.S. Senate - NJ.

Please tune in, and tell all your friends to join us as well.

January 15, 2021 at 8:00pm - 11pm

Will you come?