Over Memorial Day weekend, radical right-wing activist Dave Daubenmire and a few dozen others descended on Chappaqua, New York, to demand the arrest of Hillary Clinton. The protest did not accomplish much, but that hasn’t deterred Daubenmire and crew, who are reportedly planning to return to Chappaqua in July, which they hope will include members of Congress.
“We’re going to go back to Chappaqua,” Daubenmire announced on his “Pass The Salt Live” broadcast this morning, before playing a video of a 2018 press conference at which 11 right-wing Republican members of Congress—Ron DeSantis, Andy Biggs, Dave Brat, Jeff Duncan, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar, Andy Harris, Jody Hice, Todd Rokita, Claudia Tenney, and Ted Yoho—demanded that then-Attorney General Jeff Session launch an investigation into Hillary Clinton, James Comey, and others.
Daubenmire reported that organizers intend to reach out to these members of Congress (some of whom were defeated in 2018 or elected to other positions) in coming days and invite them to participate in their upcoming event in Chappaqua.
“I know that we are striking the right target, no matter what anybody else says,” Daubenmire said. “Did you notice that Hillary’s brother died? Have you noticed a string of—how do I say this?—suspicious deaths as the deep state begins to get exposed?”
“She is the hub, don’t let there be any mistake about it,” he added. “She is going to come down and so are many more around her … Those of us that have eyes to see understand like a laser beam that the Lord is honoring what we’re trying to do here, folks.”