The March Against The Mandates
I have never been more proud of my colleagues and my country. I am still on fire from the March. The Truth is finally getting out.
I still get goosebumps thinking about the 45 minutes I got to spend on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial with my fellow members of the “medical dissidents" movement. I looked out out upon a huge crowd of thousands and thousands of peaceful marchers all holding signs and cheering. Cheering all of us up there, but also cheering me… and cheering the FLCCC. Paul Marik and I were trembling and teary-eyed as we hugged each other on those grand steps that day. The amount of signs in support of the FLCCC was amazing.
After our speeches, as we descended the steps and passed by the barricades, I was made to feel like some sort of rock star given all the people reaching over trying to get fist bumps.. and all yelling really, really nice things about me (things that, over the past 2 years, I didnt always hear). But I heard them that day, and I won’t forget them. Ever.
The best (most accurate/fair) articles I have yet seen are these two; one in Tablet mag and the other in The Federalist. I also cant forget the FLCCC’s substack review of the March (with lots more clips and videos).
Great panoramic view of the amazing crowd is here in this 20 second clip:
And then of course… my speech. I was a bit fired up. Enjoy.
P.S I just want to say how much I appreciate all the subscribers to my substack, and especially the paid ones! Your support has been very helpful. Thanks so much.