Populists to Celebrate Launch of MAGA Meetups at Exclusive Halloween Bash
DC Trump supporters will have a chance to celebrate their takeover of the Republican Party, and the official launch of MAGA Meetups, at an exclusive Halloween Party — complete with an open bar.
— 1884 Consulting 🇺🇸 (@WEr1884) October 17, 2017
The Halloween event will take place on October 27, and will be the official launch party for MAGA Meetups becoming a national non-profit organization. The event location has not been disclosed for security reasons, but it will be held in a beautiful and easily accessible DC venue.
Tickets to the event were first offered to those who have been regularly attending the meetups, but have now gone on sale to the general public. As the amount of tickets is extremely limited, those who wish to attend should not wait until the last minute to secure their entry. As we saw with the DeploraBall, Bull Moose, and Real News Dinner parties — pro-Trump events are in hot demand and sell out rapidly.
Tickets for the @magameetups Halloween Takeover are now live! https://t.co/7rrtEXmJjV
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) October 18, 2017
While costumes are not mandatory, they are highly encouraged. The party will begin with two hours of a top shelf open bar — with a cash bar available later in the evening. There will also be fun Halloween themed cocktails named after DC’s worst swamp creatures.
Special guests have not yet been announced, but the event is sure to attract many high-profile figures from within the movement.
Will Chamberlain, the executive director of MAGA Meetups, has been holding monthly cocktail hours at Trump International since March.The goal of the events was to build community and help people to network. The popularity of the events quickly lead to similar groups being implemented in cities across the nation.
“It didn’t help that the Hillary campaign and media had done everything they could to gaslight and isolate these voters, even though there were 60 million of us. Being a Trump supporter in a city like San Francisco, New York, or DC felt like being gay pre-Stonewall: So many people were in the closet. We wanted to help solve this,” founder Jeff Giesea said of their efforts.
In early October, it was announced that Chamberlain would be leaving his job at a law firm and taking MAGA Meetups to the next level by running the events full time on a national scale. As a champion college debater a magna cum laude graduate of the Georgetown Law Center, the organization will surely be in capable hands.
You can purchase tickets to the event here while they last.