“Nobody is Above the Law” Protests in West Palm Beach

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“Nobody is Above the Law” protests were held in West Palm Beach yesterday, December 17, 2019, as part of national activations by members of the Democratic Party after Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats announced two Articles of Impeachment against the President Donald Trump: Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress.

Among participants in Wednesday’s protests were local residents from all walks of life.

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"Nobody is Above the Law" Protests in West Palm Beach
Pictured here, Rolando Barrero, Rolando Chang Barrero, head of the Hispanic Democratic Party in Palm Beach County that current numbers show over 116,000 Hispanics registered to vote, up by 6,000 from a year ago. (Photo: Rolando Barrero)

“Nobody is Above the Law” Protests in West Palm Beach

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