SNOW PATROL: NAACP Calls for 'BLIZZARD' of 'Snowflakes' as Trump Visits Atlanta
Jan 13 2018 by Desiree Burns
The FBI says drones have been spotted in restricted air space surrounding the Atlanta stadium where college football's title game will be held, despite a temporary ban.
At least two groups had protests planned near to the time of Trump's arrival at the stadium for the game between the University of Alabama and the University of Georgia.
The Atlanta branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) also urged people to wear white to the game and to wave their towels as Trump entered the stadium. A light drizzle fell on some fans milling about, but there were no anti-Trump demonstrators in sight.
The civil rights group has instructed potential protesters to show up at the national college football championship game with anti-Trump placards in hand and wearing their choice of white attire.
"Trump supporters mockingly call the opposition snowflakes, but when we come together we create a mighty storm", the Atlanta chapter wrote on Facebook.
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Richard Rose, the President of the NAACP's Atlanta chapter, told Fox News the protests are partially a result of the President's decision to open Georgia's coastal waters to offshore drilling development.
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Atlanta police set up designated areas for demonstrations and had previously said they wouldn't interfere unless protesters break the law.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson says the halftime song at the College Football Championship game should be "We Shall Overcome". Local, state and federal law enforcement authorities said they've worked for months to develop security plans.
Trump has been highly criticical of NFL players and other athletes who have taken a knee during the national anthem as a movement against police brutality and racism.