The last time a Republican was elected president after losing the popular vote, George W. Bush’s inaugural parade turned into a tunnel of boos and rude signs, as eggs – and some protesters – flew over security fences toward the motorcade.
Organizers anticipate even more visible dissent when Donald Trump rolls down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the White House on Jan. 20.
One major faction plans an orderly but large demonstration along the parade route. But a more radical effort operating under the tagline “no peaceful transition” seeks to block major roads into the nation’s capital and prevent foot traffic from reaching security checkpoints along the route.
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