Freedom Rally 2010


Bree Lee Johnston reported to Historic City News local St. Augustine and St. Johns County news desk that the St Johns County Fairgrounds on SR 207 will be the site of Freedom Rally 2010.

The Freedom Rally event is scheduled to be held on Sunday, February 28, 2010 from 11:00am – 5:00pm.

This event will include a Freedom Ride, which would be caravans of bikers, non-bikers and just plain Patriots, bringing the Torches of Freedom from their location to the Rally.

According to Bree Lee, the organizers have firmed up appearances by Joe the Plumber and Lloyd Marcus and they are working on Neal Boortz and Aaron Tippin.

“We are also looking for many more speakers from all over, so if you have some in mind we would love to hear about them”, Bree Lee said. “We also want your suggestions for entertainment and educational workshops.”

“There are hundreds of organizers across the state that are active in Tea Parties, 9-12 Projects, Fair Tax Groups, Resist Net, Icaucus, OathKeepers, etc…and we want all of you to be there”, Bree Lee said.

According to Bree Lee, the goal is to make this a very cohesive event of all statewide organizations from all the groups that support the same cause.

“We are all working for the same outcome,” said Bree Lee. “a fiscally responsible government that listens to the people and abides by the constitution.”

“Just think how big and long the caravan could get; now if that’s not a statement, I don’t what is”, Bree Lee said. “We need to show our opposition that we are a force to be reckoned with.”

For more information and to RSVP, visit http://www.facebook.com/BreeLeeAmericanPatriot

Bree Lee Johnston is the founder of United American Tea Party which is a Chapter of Just Patriots Inc in St. Johns County. She is a member of the National Leadership Council of Tea Party Patriots as well as the Florida Coordinator for ICaucus.org. She also works with the Paul Porter show daily on WFOY News Talk 1240 from 3-5 PM in addition to contributing a regular guest editorial to Historic City News.

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