Though speakers repeatedly stressed the rally had no political agenda, they clearly directed their criticism at President Donald J. “We haven’t experienced such dissonance and garbled communication since the events at the Tower of Babel. It took the events of the past two weeks for all Americans to internalize the adage: The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Between speeches, Ms.
Trump and his executive order banning immigrants and refugees. Wells led the crow in protest songs from the 1960s, including “If I Had a Hammer” and “This Land Is Your Land.” Many knew the words by heart. I can’t imagine not having more of them coming here.” Atefeh Rokhvand, a second-generation Iranian, and her family came from Prince William to attend the rally. Rokhvand, 35, found the speakers’ comments and audience response heartening.
A Warrenton man who planned to confront two other men about an alleged sexual assault was charged with attempted murder Tuesday, Prince William County police said. on Monday, July 10, officers received information that Alec Michael Shrauder was possibly driving to a house on the 15600 block of Crestview Lane in Haymarket “with a firearm to confront two men who allegedly sexually assaulted a female acquaintance sometime between July 7 and July 9,” Prince William County police spokesman Nathan Probus said in a news release.
Officers responded to the house and a police K-9 unit and helicopter searched the area for Shrauder, police said. “The investigation into the alleged sexual assault is still ongoing,” Probus said in the news release.
Dozens of people, bundled against the cold, held signs that read: “Diversity makes America Great,” “We are all immigrants,” “Ban fear, hatred and ignorance,” “Jesus loves refugees” and “Security with passion.” Trump supporter Kelley Anne Finn of Prince William County held a sign that read: “There’s a new sheriff in town and his name is Prez Donald J. “I find it insulting to Muslims and insulting to us as American people who believe in freedom of religion and equal opportunity.” “This is not the United States that I know.” At that point, a woman in the audience shouted: “You are America.
Trump.” But, she and a few others expressing viewpoints that countered the unity theme drew little attention during the rally that started at noon. We are here for you.” “We have heard hateful and xenophobic speech over the past few months aimed dividing us,” said Rabbi Rose Lyn Jacob of Culpeper.
Penny Perry, 68, of Warrenton, attended the rally because she believes America should welcome immigrants. Rokhvand, a third-grade teacher at the Manassas Mosque. We have more in common than some people want to believe.” The turnout impressed Scott Christian of Marshall, a member of the public policy group that organized the rally.After “an extensive search of the surrounding area,” Shrauder was located and taken into police custody around a.m. Shrauder, 21, of Chittenden Drive in Warrenton, was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count of use of a firearm in commission of a felony.He is being held without bond and has a court date n Sept. But this is Australia's most senior Catholic cleric.He's a man who for years was telling the rest of us how to live our lives – not least how to live our sex lives (a matter with which, as I document in Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell, he was somewhat preoccupied).