Judge Jeanine Pirro hit the streets with Bikers for Trump in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention.
Wearing black leather biker gear, the feisty Fox News Host reported that Chris Cox, the head of the organization made up largely of ex-law enforcement officers and veterans, is spearheading the fight for a bill to protect veterans monuments from the effects of federal budget cuts.
Pirro said Cox has advised his fellow bikers to avoid confrontation and to call police if anyone started trouble with them.
Leaders of Bikers for Trump emphasize that they didn’t come to Cleveland in search of trouble, but rather to counter the thousands of left wing agitators that plan to disrupt the RNC.
Cox said bikers are in Cleveland to make sure that delegates will be allowed to their right to peaceful assembly. He told Breitbart News, “We’ve seen how these paid agitators have thrown eggs and gotten violent at other Trump events around the country and we’re not going to put up with it.”
He said his group was supporting the bill because Veterans are the backbone of the biker community. He emphasized that, unlike Black Lives Matter and the other “leftist idiots”, bikers love law enforcement. As Cox said, “You won’t find one biker in Cleveland jumping on cars, lighting fires, or doing any of the other stupid things we’ve gotten used to seeing on TV the last few months.”
The idea for the rally was born last July in Arizona when “Big” Jim Williams of Riders USA held a “Bikers for Trump” sign and a photo of it went viral, Big Jim told Breitbart News. “Donald Trump will say the things that need to be said and do the things that most politicians are too afraid to do.”
Many of the Bikers said that the city of Cleveland had given them a hard time with their permits so the exact number who would make it for the week is uncertain.