The protests against gun violence are expected to draw participation from thousands upon thousands of individuals.
The second annual March for Our Lives will take place on Saturday, and it is expected to attract tens of thousands of participants in Washington, DC, as well as in other cities throughout the country.
After a string of recent mass shootings, including those in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York, protesters are demanding that Congress take some form of action to address the issue. They aren’t the only ones having that problem.
In a tweet that he put out on Saturday, President Joe Biden addressed Congress and referred to the demonstration.
“Today, hundreds of thousands of young people around the country are participating in marches in support of common-sense gun control legislation. This legislation has the backing of the overwhelming majority of Americans including gun owners. Along with them, I am imploring the Congress of the United States to “do something.” “he has written something down.