National Press Conference on Waco Motorcycle Shooting Tragedy and Motorcycle Profiling and Discrimination Today

Published 8:03 am Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Special to The Leader

On May 17, 2016 at 10 am, on the 1 year anniversary of the tragedy in Waco, the National Council of Clubs would like to invite you to a press conference located at Shamrock Cycles, 3004 Tom Gary Cove, Round Rock, Texas, announcing a National Protest Against Motorcycle Profiling and Discrimination. Motorcycle profiling and discrimination has reached epidemic levels in America threatening core constitutional principles and the basic civil liberties of millions of individuals.
The National Council of Clubs is the largest unifying movement in the history of motorcycle clubs. We represent the voice of thousands of motorcycle clubs across America. These clubs are comprised of riders from all walks of life. The movement consists of Christian clubs, Military Veterans clubs, Clean and Sober clubs, Women only clubs, Child Abuse Assistance Clubs, 1% clubs, riding clubs and many others, reflective of the rich culture and history of our country and the multitude of personal interests available to us all. We are dedicated to defending the political, legislative and legal interests of millions of motorcycle riders across America and of all of our clubs and club members.
This press conference will mark a historical occasion. Representatives from motorcycle clubs nationwide will stand together to deliver a unified message to the world. The movement is supported by a broad-based coalition. So, in addition to the National Council of Clubs spokesperson and legal counsel, others addressing the media will include victims of discrimination in Waco, their families, and representatives of other organizations interested in protecting civil liberties and the Constitution.
Motorcycle clubs and motorcyclists represent one of the largest constituencies in the United States. A unified movement focused on utilizing the democratic process is the best opportunity available to secure and advance the freedoms and civil liberties of all motorcyclists.