March For Truth - Rally and Protest in Montpelier

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Restore faith and accountability to the American Government! Join us for a day of peaceful demonstration and solidarity in Montpelier, Vermont as we join the nationwide movement on June 3rd to demand truth from Congress and the Trump Administration. Thousands will mobilize across the country to demand that Congress:

1. Fully fund and thoroughly investigate any interference into our electoral process, as well as any ties the Trump Administration has to any foreign entities. A special prosecutor must be appointed.

2. Release as much information as possible that is discovered during these investigations.

3. Require Donald Trump and all future Presidents to release their tax return for the purposes of clarifying business dealings with foreign entities.

4. Ensure any crimes discovered during these investigations are fully prosecuted.

Take a stand to remind Congress and the Trump Administration that they work for us, not the global conglomerates!

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  • Production Date: 06/03/2017
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  • Length: *0:42:57
  • Town: Vermont
  • Geography: National
  • Event Type: General
  • Content Type: Other


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