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  • Rally For L.E. Movement Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary

    Chanukah and Christmas aren’t the only moments to celebrate in December but it’s also the time that  Rally For L.E. turns 1 years old. Thank you to all of our members and supporters who helped us reach this special mark. We also thank all the members of law enforcement who protect our community and continue to serve as well as those that have lost their lives to make sure we’re kept safe. Their sacrifice isn’t forgotten and will be remembered. Rally For L.E. will remain committed to supporting all the members of law enforcement that honorably wear both the uniform and the badge. We also remain committed to supporting and defending the Thin Blue Line. Who would’ve thought that a movement that got started locally in Phoenix would become a national one? We’re ready for 2016 and you can expect us to do a lot more rallies and events in the coming year. Thanks again everyone helping us reach the 1 year mark.


  • Link In The Chain Rally To Support Law Enforcement Happens September 26th

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    Once again Rally For L.E. will be holding its national Link In The Chain rally in support of the police this Saturday in cities across the country. Here are the cities and locations for the events.

    Phoenix, AZ
    1pm – 3pm

    The event in Phoenix will be held from 1pm – 3pm at will begin at Phoenix Police Headquarters located at 620 W. Washington. Then we will march to the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial at Wesley Bolin Plaza which is just east of the Arizona State Capitol building. Participants are encouraged to wear blue and bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs supporting police.

    Logan, UT
    2pm – 4pm

    The event will take place in front of the Logan City Police Department located at 62 W 300 N in Logan, Utah. Participants are encouraged to wear blue and bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as their pro-police signs. There will be a raffle for prizes as well. 

    Auburn, WA
    2pm – 7pm

    The event will take place at the Auburn Police station located at 340 East Main Street, Ste. 201 in Auburn, WA. There will be refreshments, ribbons and a make your own pro-police sign area.

    New York, NY
    Awaiting time and location

    Hillsborough, NC
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    Easley, SC
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    Mechanicsville, MD
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    All those participating are asked to follow the laws for their state and not block traffic. Also, please cooperate with law enforcement. Also bring plenty of water and stay hydrated.


  • Rally For L.E. Supports Councilman DiCiccio: “He Took A Brave Stand For The Thin Blue Line”

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    Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen says that he supports Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s stand in support of the police and that he did the right thing by standing up to the terrorist group known as Black Lives Matter. The BLM tried to take over the narrative of a recent City Council meeting in order to spew their anti-police nonsense and when Councilman DiCiccio tried to respond in support of law enforcement, both City Attorney Brad Holm and Mayor Greg Stanton tried to silence him.

    “We applaud the Councilman for having the bravery to speak up in support of law enforcement and against Black Lives Matter and their anti-police rhetoric. Shame on Mayor Stanton for not standing by the police. Rally For L.E. will stand by Councilman DiCiccio and have pledged our support. He took a brave stand for the Thin Blue Line while most politicians would’ve remained silent or been thinking of ways to avoid a conflict because of how it would affect their political career. More people need to stand by our law enforcement in this country and the attacks on police officers must end,” Rosen said.

    Rally For L.E. is currently planning its National Link In The Chain rally in support of law enforcement which will happen on September 26th.

     


  • Phoenix City Council Member Speaks Out In Support Of The Police

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    At a recent Phoenix City Council meeting Black Lives Matter members used the public speaking portion to take over the meeting and continue their verbal attacks on police. Mayor Greg Stanton let them take over the floor but then when Councilman Sal DiCiccio tried to speak up in defense of the police, the Mayor tried to silence him. Councilman DiCiccio released the following note today to further explain his position. Thank you Councilman DiCiccio for speaking out in support of the police and standing up to the racist and terrorist group known as Black Lives Matter.

    Police Need Politicians to Speak up Against Extremist Movement

    Below is a link where the Mayor prevents me from defending the police against the rhetoric of supporters of the Black Lives Movement.

    http://reverbpress.com/politics/mayor-defends-black-lives-matter-activists-pro-cop-councilman/

    I believe it is time for politicians at City Hall and across our state to push back against the harmful rhetoric of the Black Lives Movement.

    At the last city council meeting I was clearly told that I was able to publicly defend our men and women in blue. What you will see on this tape is Mayor Stanton using a procedural move to prevent my ability to make a statement defending those who defend us.

    I fully agree that the other side has the right of free speech, but so do we. I fully understand that there are those politicians that would like to avoid this issue for fear that it could damage their own political lives, but police lives matter too.”


  • National Wave Of Patriotism Demonstration Being Held On July 4th

    The leader of Rally For L.E. doesn’t just believe in supporting law enforcement he believes in standing up for the Constitution and the flag. On July 4th he’s leading a national wave of patriotism demonstration and encouraging everyone to stand on busy street corners across the nation and wave their American, Confederate, Gadsden, Thin Blue Line, and their Second Amendment flags to the event. Watch the video above for information or visit the event Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/883021078438455.