Demonstration in Shoreline on behalf of the Mueller investigation - No One is Above the Law

Thursday, November 8, 2018

300-400 people gathered at 180th and Midvale in Shoreline in support of the Mueller investigation after President Trump fired his recused Attorney General and replaced him with a television pundit who has spoken and written about ways to shut down the investigation.

Photo by Janet Way

Shoreline - No One Is Above the Law - gathering was held at 5pm on Thursday, November 8, 2018.

This is our moment to stand up to protect our democracy. Let's mobilize to show that we won't let Donald Trump become the authoritarian that he aspires to be. The law applies to all of us, and it's essential that it also applies to the most powerful people in our country.
Photo by Janet Way

Demonstrators migrated to Aurora, where they held signs in view of the oncoming motorists.

The protest was one of over 900 nationwide. Locally, there were protests in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Seattle, Kirkland, coordinated by Public Citizen, a national, nonprofit advocacy organization that has been "standing up to corporate power and holding government accountable for 47 years."


Doug November 9, 2018 at 6:19 AM  

Nuts. Mueller has yet to even find anything, but that doesn’t matter. Did these people protest when the corruption in the FBI was uncovered?

Janet Way November 10, 2018 at 7:51 AM  

Your unbelievable and insensitive comment is noted. However while you have a right to your option, it is completely inaccurate. There is a mountain of evidence compiled by the Mueller Investigation and others. There have already been numerous indictments, guilty pleas and convictions. Every intelligence agency in our government has confirmed the Russian interference .
America wants justice and they want a president who is not a raving, angry embassassment.

Thank goodness for the work of Robert Mueller and the Democrats and Republicans who support it!

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