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The former Trump campaign staffer who is organizing Saturday’s “Justice for J6” rally in support of people who were charged with crimes related to the Capitol riot has asked attendees not to wear any clothing in support of former President Trump or President Biden. 

Matt Braynard, the event organizer, wrote in a tweet on Tuesday that attendees should not display any symbols that are supportive of Trump or Biden as the rally is “100% about #JusticeforJ6 and not the election or any candidate.” 

“Anyone not honoring this request will be assumed to be an infiltrator and we will take your picture, find out who you are, and make you famous,” he added.

We request that anybody attending our events not wear any clothing or have signs supportive of either President Trump or Biden.

Anyone not honoring this request will be assumed to be an infiltrator and we will take your picture, find out who you are, and make you famous.

— Matt Braynard (@MattBraynard) September 14, 2021

Roughly 700 people are expected to attend the rally, according to a prediction by an official at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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