Thanks to Kristinn and Free Republic for this protest update–
Conservatives will rally tomorrow outside Benghazi cover-up hearings.
Cincinnati patriots protest Benghazi coverup in November
All FReepers and lurkers in good standing are urged to join members of the D.C. Chapter of FreeRepublic.com and other patriots in a show of support for whistleblowers and families of the Benghazi terror attack at a Congressional hearing this Wednesday–and to also show support for Chairman Issa and the others working to expose the Obama administration cover-up of the Benghazi attack.
While the hearing is set for 11:30 a.m., supporters are advised to arrive as early as possible in the morning to get in line for seating at the hearing or to freely demonstrate outside the Rayburn Building where the hearing is being held.
Mr. Trooprally is making signs which Trueblackman will deliver to Capitol Hill Wednesday morning. We are working with bevperl and a few others to turn out retired SEALs, other veterans and fellow patriots.
It is hoped that small signs will be allowed in the hearing room that can be held at eye level just above the shoulder. The signs will likely carry messages like, “Justice for Amb. Stevens” and the others killed that night: Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.
Please remember that we will be there to support the families and the whistleblowers, so please conduct yourselves accordingly and don’t allow leftists/reporters bait you into conspiracy theory conversations. The known facts coming out this week are bad enough. Stick with those. No need to fall for the Left’s traps.
As always, the D.C. Chapter’s rules for demonstrating will be in effect. Briefly they are: No violence, no profanity, no racism, no provocations. Obey the law and treat all law enforcement officers with respect.
When: As early as possible Wednesday morning, May 8, 2013. Plan to stay all day if possible.
Where: Room 2154 Rayburn House Office Building off Independence Ave., Washington, D.C.
Closest Metro station: Capitol South on Orange and Blue Lines. Street parking: Good luck. Try the pay garage at Union Station.