King: We understand that anything could happen with this speaker, but they seem to be committed to the 72 hour rule of file the bill and then 72 hours before they would bring it to a vote. So, that means they cant vote before Sunday if they follow that rule and it looks like well have a debate on Saturday, perhaps, and then again a vote on Sunday. So, we have some we have some applications out for a permit to have a huge press conference and were asking for that permit now. The timing is noon on Saturday and everybody that can come to this city makes a difference. They just cannot see the whites of our eyes and have the will to do this to the American people. They have to commit political suicide to vote for it, anyway, but still, they have to face their constituents the rest of their lives. I dont think they can do that. Thats the one thing we can do to kill it at this point.
GLENN: Does it make a difference Ive said people go to your local congressional district office and stand and sit down and refuse to leave the office, as well. Does it make a difference to have people locally, as well?
King: Yes, it does. It really makes a difference. And the district offices some of those offices like mine, its not going to make any difference. Theres nothing in the world that could cause me to vote for this bill but with every everybody, with a number of
GLENN: Hang on just a second. Steve? Youre telling me for sure there wont be one single republican that votes for this?
King: Thats right. I am
GLENN: I would like to say to the Republican party, thank you. Okay.
King: Thank you for saying that, Glenn. I really appreciate that.
GLENN: Youre welcome. Thank you for doing that. Okay. So, now, if people just come, theyre not going to be kicked off, though, or I mean, youre going to have the permits and everything to do it? I mean
King: Weve just asked for the permits. So, I cant say that we have them right now, but they have to also have a reasonable reason to refuse those permits. Furthermore, I expect we will get them and furthermore, people have a right to walk on the capital grounds. Its American property. Its a nationally owned property and when the offices are open, which Im not sure about how that will actually be on Saturday, if were in session, he believe the offices will be open, but people can go into the congressional offices, the hallways are public property, they still have to go through the metal detector and they have to behave that respectful way, but they can still go into the offices, they can walk into the offices of the members of Congress that they want to influence. If theyre asked to leave, they actually should leave because the member controls the space in his office and should, but if this capital is full of people and we do that huge press conference, as we did before on the 5th of November, out on the west side of the capital, we had between 10 and 50,000 people poured in there that day and, of course, the /# 12 rally that took place, that was the greatest number of people I think since well, certainly since the presidential inauguration and that just makes so much difference, seeing the faces, stacking the people up here. If they can go to the district offices, I would say do that if you cant get to Washington, but people can heres the call.
Drop your plows and your hammers and get on a plane or a bus or drive your pickup truck. Come into Washington DC, fill this city up. They intend to vote on the sabbath, during lent, to take away the liberty that we have right from God.
WE CAN DO THIS!!!