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Rolling Thunder Leader Says Group Will Ride on D.C. If 'Arrogant' Pelosi Tries To Impeach Trump

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Artie Muller is a great American. He’s a 74-year-old Vietnam War veteran who loves this country and his president.

And he’s ready to prepare a thousands-strong movement just in case Democratic leadership decides to follow through with their threats of impeachment, the Washington Examiner reported.

Muller — co-founder of the veterans motorcycle group, “Rolling Thunder,” spoke at the National Mall on Monday and made it clear that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who he called an “arrogant little b—-” is the one who should be facing scrutiny, not President Donald Trump.

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“I would like to see Nancy Pelosi and her hypocrites work on the POW issue instead of bulls—ing [and] aggravating the president of the United States, who’s doing a fantastic job,” Muller said.

“When the hell are they going to wake up? It’s not their children, their mothers, their fathers that are left behind in the POW camps.”

Muller also gave his take on the recent leadership debacle, where Trump abruptly abandoned a meeting with Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

“He walks out of a meeting with Nancy Pelosi not because he’s had a hissy fit like she said. [It’s] because he’s tired of putting up with her bulls—,” the Rolling Thunder co-founder said.

Are you glad this group is fighting back against impeachment talk?

“They’re all a bunch of d—m thieves. Let’s investigate Nancy Pelosi and throw her the hell out of Congress,” he concluded.

During his speech, Muller made it known that he’s working to enlist “not just bikers, but patriotic Americans” in a major ride protest if there end up being any impeachment proceedings.

The attendance numbers for a pro-Trump rally, fueled by Rolling Thunder, could be huge, based on the group’s overall numbers.

“More than 1 million bikers are believed to have traveled to D.C. for this year’s Rolling Thunder rally. And infrequent, unrelated biker activism has drawn large numbers, including a 2013 ride that brought thousands of bikers to counter-protest a 9/11 event originally billed as the Million Muslim March,” the Washington Examiner reported.

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From the Mueller investigation to the Steele dossier, Americans won’t soon forget the left’s numerous witch hunts since Trump took the Oval Office. And they’ll especially remember when they head to the voting booth in November 2020.

If the riders of “Rolling Thunder” are any indication, the longer the Democrats argue for a Trump impeachment, the worse their chances become of winning the presidency in 2020.

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Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
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St. Louis, Missouri
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