Congressional Trump supporters gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court on Saturday afternoon amid an all-day effort supporting the president’s claims of election fraud.
The protest, organized by Women for America First co-founder Amy Kremer, featured speeches from prominent Trump defenders Rep. Louie Gohmert, businessman Mike Lindell, and American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp. An earlier rally near the Trump Hotel gave a prime speaking slot to Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, who came under fire for her professed belief in the QAnon conspiracy theory.
“We have a great president. He has not given up this fight,” she told the thousands of people gathered in Freedom Plaza. “He will stay in this fight, no matter the outcome. And we have his back.”
Greene instructed the crowd “to show the swamp how real Americans work it out” by demonstrating in front of the Supreme Court and urging the conservative majority to deliver the election to Trump. The crowd