Authorities in Miami are preparing for potential protests ahead of the arraignment of former President Donald Trump in connection with the Justice Department investigation into his alleged mishandling of classified documents. Thousands of Trump supporters are expected to descend upon the city as he prepares to face a 37-count indictment.
The big question is — are there sufficient security measures in place?
Donald Trump did send a very important message o this topic When he was asked if his supporter should protest outside the Miami courthouse where he is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday afternoon, the former POTUS give this statement:
“We need strength in our country now,” Trump said. “Our country is being taken away from us. Our country’s going Communist. It’s going Marxist. It’s going really bad. The people of our country aren’t that way, but the people running it are.”
“We need strength at this point, and everyone’s afraid to do anything,” Trump said. “They’re afraid to talk. They have to go out, and they have to protest peacefully.”
Trump complained that when he was arraigned in Manhattan over charges of falsifying business records, the police kept protesters very far away from the front of the courthouse.
“Look, our country has to protest. We have plenty to protest. We’ve lost everything. We’ve lost our borders. We’ve lost our election integrity. We’ve lost respect all over the world. They want to double and triple your taxes. Look at what they want to do to your taxes,” Trump continued. “These crazy people want to make your taxes so high that you’re not going to be able to live.”
LISTEN: In an EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with @RogerJStoneJr, President Trump was asked about the peaceful Pro-Trump rally I organized and have planned to take place in front of the courthouse in Miami, Florida on Tuesday, June 13, 2023.
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) June 13, 2023
The city’s police chief said they have resources available to handle anywhere from 5,000 to 50,000 demonstrators.
“I want to show the city we are ready,” said Chief Manuel A. Morales. “We’re ready for it to be over and gone.”
“Make no mistake about it, we’re taking this event extremely serious,” he said. “We know that there is a potential of things taking a turn for the worst, but that’s not the Miami way.”
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