SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — The All American Rally for Trump, organized in part by Indian-American activists Satya Dosapati, Arvind Kumar and Black Men for Bernie founder Bruce Carter, will be held this month in Philadelphia at the People’s Plaza near the Liberty Bell.
The rally will bring together Trump supporters from every demographic, including Indian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Haitian Americans, Jewish Americans and other groups who wish to see Donald Trump win the election, the organization said in a statement.
Organizers expect more than 1,500 individuals to attend the rally.
“This is a very important election,” Dosapati said. “It is the first time the voters have seen through the establishment’s manipulation of the electoral process and have decided to assert themselves.”
“The Clinton family and Bush family partner with each other to advance the agenda of corporate welfare and illegitimate wars,” Kumar added. “This is an opportunity to end the political fortunes of both families.”
In addition, the organizers are planning to hold events in other swing states following the Philadelphia event. Other venues planned for upcoming rallies include Florida, North Carolina and Ohio — when funds to hold them are raised.
All American Rally for Trump claims that the GOP candidate raises issues for many Americans and not just one community.
“Corruption affects every American; terrorism affects every American; global wars sap our finances badly needed for our nation; establishment politics to help only the rich and elite will make the divide of rich and poor wider and make our country weaker; bad trade deals affect our jobs and economy; and the lack of borders affect the idea of a nation itself,” the organization said.
“That is why it is necessary for people from various backgrounds who are able to see through these games to have a common platform and speak in unison, no matter what their backgrounds, their origin of country, race or color,” it added.
The rally at the Liberty Bell is scheduled to take place Oct. 8 in the afternoon hours.