Amid the lush green trees lining Monticello Avenue, a column of James City County Republican party faithful marched on Saturday.
“Build the wall, crime will fall,” the group of 29 chanted as motorists drove by either honking their horns, or not.
For Dorothy Fischer, 68 of James City County, it was a first. She’d never protested before.
“It feels good to be doing something,” Fischer said. She’s felt frustrated at the state of the nation’s politics — she said she had hoped legislators would work more with President Donald Trump.
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