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June 26, 2021-Save America Rally, Wellington OH

June 26, 2021-Save America Rally, Wellington OH

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Flag-wavers are Tyler Schibley and Lynn Jones. FaceBook Video Courtesy of Cindy Carter-Jones of Ohio.

FaceBook Video Courtesy of Laura Slone of Ohio.

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