So says the Washington Times, who are based in D.C. Click the photo to read more.
A real movement has to be built from the ground up. That means by local people organizing local groups. Look around you and see what you can do locally.
It takes a lot of time and conservatives are not easy to organize. So, keep protesting locally at a sustainable pace for the long term and keep trying to grow your local group. If groups do this all over the country, eventually these local groups will coalesce into one giant movement.
Rome was not built in a day. Make up your mind to stay with us, even if it takes a year, two years or even longer. There are no quick and easy solutions. It will take time, hard work and organization by local group leaders, before a national event can be sure to be successful.
We will give Zeeda Andrews credit for a good try and publicizing the impeachment effort. It may just be a little too early, yet.