Political Favoritism Beat Down By Bucks County Patriots — Audrey Strein has been hosting “street rallies” on Almshouse Road in Doylestown, Pa. since 2009 starting with the Kitchen Table Patriots.
This is where a group stands on a sidewalk with signs to get the attention of passersby.
Always her group used the Bucks County Health and Human Service lot for parking.
At a November 2020 rally for Donald Trump, she was told the lots were forbidden to her. She shrugged, and her group parked in a Giant supermarket down the street and walked back.
It was a little annoying as a Biden group had just been allowed to use the Bucks County Courthouse grounds for a rally the same day.
It was suggested to her that she file a right-to-know request to find out why the change in policy. The response was the request couldn’t be fulfilled as the lots had no parking restrictions.
Fast forward two years and Audrey contacts Doylestown police and lets them know her group would be using the lots, today, Oct. 22 for a rally for Republican candidates. Police called her back to inform her that Bucks County Commissioner Diane Marseglia said they were not allowed.
This time she acted. She sent numerous letters to the responsible officials, and told them she would sue each and everyone of them personally for a violation of the First Amendment if they didn’t let them.
“Well, son of . . .,” to quote our President. They let them.
She said this morning’s rally was a great success.
Great job Audrey and Bucks patriots.
2 thoughts on “Political Favoritism Beat Down By Bucks County Patriots”
Way to go, Audrey Strein! Stand up tall against the petty bullies!
We, the Taxpayers, pay for those parking lots and buildings!
Well done! We all need to KNOW our rights and FIGHT for our rights just as these Great Patriots are doing!
Leading by example. Kudos!