Several hundreds of people swarmed the Capitol grounds on Monday, November 8th at 12 noon for a "We The People Patriot Rally."

Headling the planning event was District 40 chairman from Minot Jay Lundeen.

The event was MC'd by Chris Berg, former Valley News Live host, who quit his job when his company ordered a vaccine mandate.  "Enough is enough" was the message Chris Berg led off with.  However, this was not necessarily an anti-vaccine rally.  The message was the freedom to choose what's best for you.

A local pastor opened the rally with a word of prayer. 

He made mention that he goes to minister to prisoners who have more freedoms on the inside than people have on the outside.

The rally that was a couple of hours plus long had guest speakers and performances. 

Including North Dakota's very own Blind Joe who was a contestant on the voice.  The country-rock singer performed the National Anthem and his new hit "I Will Not Comply."

The goal of this rally was to make North Dakota a "Freedom Sanctuary" said Chris Berg.

The rally also featured Dr. Daniel Stanslowsky, who's a UND graduate who had some interesting takes on COVID-19, vaccines, masks, and forced lockdowns.   Dr. Stanslowsky said that COIVD-19 poses no danger to children and that vaccines don't stop the spread or prevent people from getting the virus.

Here are some photos & videos from the rally and some interesting signs I witnessed.  

We The People Rally In Bismarck




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