Lawrence County 9/11 Rally Went Smoothly

Lawrence County 9/11 Rally Went Smoothly — Lynette Mountain tells us that the long-planned — and strangely long-fought — rally in New Castle, Pa. to  commemorate victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack went off without a hitch.

Lawrence County had refused to grant a permit unless the rally organizers agreed to indemnify it for possible damages done by counter-protestors.

The county never granted a permit but the organizers Bikers for Trump (Boots on the Ground), and Bikers for America sought a federal injunction allowing it to take place.

Lynette says about 70 persons attended and only one pathetic counter-protestor.

An underlying issue is the disputed sale by the state of the former New Castle Youth Development Center to HIRA Educational Service, a questionable Islamic group based in New Jersey.

Some officials were calling the rally “anti-Muslim.”

Lawrence County 9/11 Rally Went Smoothly

Lawrence County 9/11 Rally Went Smoothly

One thought on “Lawrence County 9/11 Rally Went Smoothly”

  1. “Some officials were calling the rally ‘anti-Muslim.'”

    Of course. Because they disagree with the organizers, and it is easier to call those you disagree with names, rather than to address their arguments.

    Any of those officials who are elected, should be challenged strongly the next time they come up for re-election.

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