Will Americans still be able to march in protest in Washington DC? Disorderly conduct can't be tolerated, but peaceful public demonstration cannot be banned in a free country.

Today we honor and remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. His March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, was held in Washington, D.C. on the 28th of August 1963. The purpose of the march was to advocate for the civil and economic rights of African Americans, as inscribed on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.

On Jan 6th  a small fraction of the march for Trump supporters turned into a violent attach of the capitol. The SAVE AMERICA MARCH presented by Women for America First, consisted mainly of law abiding people, as can be seen in the video of people remaining within the ropes of the People house. The crowd quickly dispersed when President Trump asked people to go home.  A Houston, TEXAS lawyer lost his job for participating in 'a demonstration' at the Capitol on January 6th. Davis assumed he was attending a peaceful protest. Attorney Paul Davis was fired from his firm. Goosehead Insurance tweeted: "Paul Davis, Associate General Counsel, is no longer employed by Goosehead," Goosehead Insurance, located in Westlake, TX. President Trump had Tweeted to the Protesters

Houston Chronicle reports that the FBI raided a Texas home, to arrest a man allegedly at Capitol riots.

Houston Chronicle reports that the FBI raided a Texas home, to arrest a man allegedly at Capitol riots.

Another march was aborted, this week, by Houston Texan fans. They were about to march for Deshaun but Deshaun Watson asked fans not to march on his behalf. "Although I am humbled, I ask whoever is organizing the march cancel for the sake of public safety," Watson tweeted.