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Flagstaff March Of Love Not Quite So Groundbreaking

By Elisha Dorfsmith

Sometimes it is fun to take a little trip down memory lane. With the Women’s “March Of Love” bringing 1,500 people out in Flagstaff, a Democratic town, the left’s tea party is saying “the anti-Trump/GOP movement is becoming a force.”

But what about 2009 when over 1,000 people came out in Flagstaff to protest the Obama/DEM movement? This is what the left had to say back then:

“They’re just posturing because they’re upset that they lost the election,”

I personally am not a fan of the tea party in 2009 or the left’s tea party now but I will argue that bringing over 1,000 right leaning people out in leftist Flagstaff is a much bigger feat than bringing 1,500 left leaning people out.

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Over 1,000 people rallied against the policies of Obama in Flagstaff, AZ in August, 2009. Photo SOURCE.

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