Bikers for Trump will form ‘wall of meat’ so rioters don’t ruin the inauguration: Bring it, snowflakes!

Bikers For Trump has a message for protesters planning to disrupt the Trump inauguration: Bring it on.

Chris Cox, founder of Bikers for Trump, said the 200,000-member group plans to form a “wall of meat” to protect citizens at the presidential inauguration.

Cox and other motorcyclists will be in Washington, D.C., to provide backup to the police to ensure that protesters and rioters don’t ruin the inauguration. The first line of defense is a “wall of meat,” he said.

“We will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our brothers, and toe-to-toe with anyone that’s going to be breaking down police barriers, assaulting women, spitting on them or throwing things,” Cox told Fox News.

Cox has full confidence in the police to ensure order at the inauguration, but stands ready to back them up. “We are here to support them,” he said.

Cox underscored that Bikers for Trump is not a vigilante organization, but they are a political force to be reckoned with — and woe to anyone who plans to cross them or Trump.

Several groups, including one called  “DisruptJ20,” are planning mass protests during Trump’s inauguration.  Leftist crybaby Michael Moore also vowed to disrupt the ceremonies.

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Bikers for Trump, which started off with 100 members, now has more than 200,000 members nationwide.

Hopefully the protests will remain peaceful, but if they get out of hand, Bikers for Trump is ready to step in.

“We formed for the sole purpose of electing Donald Trump president,” said Cox, whose group now stands lockstep behind our 45th president.

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Many on Twitter supported Bikers for Trump, saying crybaby snowflakes better watch out.

“Bikers make snowflakes melt,” one Twitter user wrote.

Others on Twitter offered to buy a tank of gas to support the bikers.

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