|Matt and Meshawn Maddock|
(Email West MIPolitics@Gmail.com)
Meshawn Maddock of Michigan Conservative Coalition says a food truck will be available to service attendees of the Hillary flash mob protest Monday at Wayne State.
She says "it's not Netflix and Chill but it's going to be a Protest and Grill."
"We have such loyal Trump supporters from all over the State coming to Detroit on Monday to protest Crooked Hillary that I figured we need to make sure they can eat," Maddock said.
"It's not Netflix and Chill but it's going to be a Protest and Grill! GrillWichTotStop Food truck will be on hand for all the protestors! We will have more people at Wayne State supporting Trump than Hillary will ever have show up to hear her speak."
>>>WMP previously wrote:
"Hillary Clinton is coming back to Michigan next Monday, October 10th. She will campaign in Detroit at Wayne State...
The Michigan Conservative Coalition is planning a major protest of the event from 1-3 p.m.
Many are driving hours and taking off work to come, this event is shaping up to be HUGE!
According to a press release:
"Attention all Flash Mobbers for Trump!!
We Need You in Detroit!
A RARE Michigan appearance for "Crooked Hillary" Clinton has been announced........
Line up along West Warren Ave.
We might have to park on the other side of Lodge freeway and walk across the highway walkway. Please don't park in the local business parking spots.
That would be Democrat like.
Get your handmade signs and grab your neighbors.
We need all HANDS on DECK to protest HiLIARy Clinton and show our support of Donald J. Trump!
Let's have more flash mobbers than Hillary attendees! Shouldn't be too difficult!
For any last minute details please stay tuned to the Michigan Conservative Coaltion Facebook Page.
Your Corner Captain for this Flash Mob HiLIARy Protest is: Tom Llewellyn: Cell 248-880-8746"
According to the Detroit News:
"Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will make a personal push for boosting Michigan’s voter registration rolls on Monday with a campaign visit to Detroit.
The Clinton campaign said Thursday the former Secretary of State will hold a public event in Detroit on Monday, the day after she faces Republican rival Donald Trump in a second debate at Washington University in St. Louis.
Tuesday is the deadline in Michigan to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election — and the Clinton campaign is making a big push to sign up new voters."
Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.
>>>Email him at WestMiPolitics@Gmail.com
|Photo By Darlene Dowling Thompson|