To keep the leader of the pro-Trump-motorcycle group, which recently vowed to form a “wall of meat” inauguration protesters in chess said on Monday it expects a smooth transition.
“We expect a peaceful transition of power” from bikers for Trump, founder and Director Chris Cox said Monday on “Fox & Friends”. “We have no reason to believe that we have any problems.”
Cox said that the Biker for Trump is a “Patriotic” group, for the protection of all Americans during the inauguration at the weekend, and that you trust your around 200,000 members, that the law enforcement authorities do the work.
However, he told Fox News a day before: “In the event that we are needed, we will certainly form a wall of flesh. We are shoulder-to-shoulder with our brothers. And we will be toe-to-toe with anyone who will break through the police barricades.”
The group is one of over two dozen criteria for a Federal permit for opening day on Friday. Space it was granted to John Marshall Park along the Inaugural Parade route on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The group of about 15 months, and a familiar sight on the 2016 presidential election, especially during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July, as members toe-to-toe went with the anti-Trump protesters.
Cox suggested that “times have changed”, since Cleveland and the other angry protests of the last year, particularly in Arizona and Chicago.