While on “Fox and Friends” last week, the founder of “Bikers For Trump” said that if the situation were to arise, he and his organization will form a “wall of meat” to protect citizens from protestors at the inauguration ceremony on Friday.
The founder, Chris Cox, said that thousands of bikers would be at the ceremony to prevent any violence from the likes of protestors.
“In the event we are needed, we certainly will form a wall of meat,” Cox said. “We’ll be shoulder-to-shoulder with our brothers and toe-to-toe with anyone that is going to break through and police barriers.”
Cox said that he has full confidence in the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, the Park Police, and the Capitol Police to maintain order, but in case a situation arises where protestors become a threat to public safety, they will intervene.
He added that during the lunch recess on inauguration day, a celebratory ceremony to honor veterans will be held at John Marshall Park, just a few blocks from the Capitol.
President-elect Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday morning that “Bikers For Trump” would be coming to the ceremony.
Thousands of people are rumored to show up at the ceremony to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration. The Women’s March on Washington, which is scheduled for Saturday, may draw hundreds of thousands of people.