by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 5, 2021) — RightSide Broadcasting Network (RSBN) is broadcasting live from Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, where supporters of President Donald Trump have convened to object to what they see as a “steal” of the November 3 presidential election.
At approximately 6:45 p.m. ET, George Papadopoulos and his wife Simona spoke, followed by Overstock.com founder and former CEO Patrick Byrne, who has reported in recent day that he has been provided visual evidence of blatant and systemic voter fraud in Georgia.
Although taking place after sundown, the event format resembled the “Stop the Steal” rally held in Washington on December 12.
The “pre-rally” took place the night before Congress is scheduled to meet in the required joint session to officially observe the counting of the electoral votes for Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden, who the media declared the winner of the election on November 7 despite a myriad of reports of widespread fraud in at least six “swing” states and while votes in some states were still being counted.
Various speakers continued to make their remarks in the dark after a spotlight unexpectedly stopped working at approximately 6:50 p.m.
A niece of Alveda King, who is in turn a niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was defending the rights of the unborn and voicing her support for Trump and his pardoning of her last year when she shouted, “My mike is out!” after which she continued with her remarks.
A few minutes later, the next speaker said the microphone was functioning again.
An impassioned woman hearkened back to the American Revolution in which George Washington’s bedraggled and freezing soldiers traipsed through the snow, many of them barefoot and bleeding, while regrouping in their fight against the British. She said the founders’ vision of freedom remains America’s “heart and soul” which Americans must invoke when they become discouraged.
Congress will convene on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Some reports suggest that Vice President Mike Pence, who is the president of the U.S. Senate, plans to remand the decision over which electors’ votes to count in disputed states back to the state legislatures.
A number of congressmen and senators have said they will object to the electors’ votes as reported in certain states.
At 7:26, Infowars’ Owen Shroyer called the “movement” to support Trump, freedom and freedom of speech a “second American Revolution.”