Pennsylvania Government Website Advertises Trump 2024 Flag-Burning Event

Pennsylvania's Department of General services has come up with an advertisement of an "anti-Trump press conference" where a Trump 2024 flag will be burnt.

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A Pennsylvania government's website has come up an advertisement of an "anti-Trump press conference" where there are plans of burning a Trump 2024 flag. The event is scheduled to take place on January 5 at 11 am at Soldier's Grove. The website also mentions that the flag burning ceremony will be one of the highlights of the event.

With just days left for the Inauguration Day to go, Trump and his supporters are still claiming that there was widespread voter fraud involved in this year's election that cost him a win. The anti-Trump press conference is aimed at countering such claims in swing states.

Taking on Trump

President Donald Trump

Pennsylvania's Department of General Services has come up with an advertisement of an "anti-Trump press conference" where a Trump 2024 flag will be burnt. The event will take place on state property at Soldier's Grove, a memorial located behind the Pennsylvania State Capitol aimed at honoring the state's Medal of Honor Memorial recipients.

According to the memorial's official description, the markers at the protest locations also "commemorate the United States Colored Troops Grand Review." The summary notes of the press conference give an elaborate plan of Trump's flag-burning event. The Trump 2024 flag burning event, however, will be held maintaining all safety protocols.

First a press conference will be held. Following that, the flag will be done in a fire-safe container to avoid all kinds of danger.

In Protest

Capitol Complex Event Schedule
Capitol Complex Event Schedule Pennsylvania’s Department of General Services

The protest is scheduled to start 30 minutes after the start of an "election integrity" protest. Trump and his supporters have been claiming that widespread voter fraud was behind him losing this year's election. Among the many states, Trump has claimed that voter fraud was rampant in Pennsylvania.

Several Trump supporters have been claiming that Pennsylvania was one of the worst affected states given that its Democratic leadership was involved in an election rife with fraud through unconstitutional universal absentee ballot mandates and limits on Republican poll watchers.

Understandably, the anti-Trump press conference is just a way of replying back to the President's false claims. Trump flags have been burnt earlier too but this is perhaps the first time a government website has been openly advertising for an anti-Trump press conference and flag-burning event.