Proud Boys leader visits White House on Christmas tour ahead of ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in DC

The leader of the controversial far-right group Proud Boys is set to visit the White House on Saturday as thousands of supporters of the president gathered in front of the Supreme Court to protest its decision not to overturn the election results.

Enrique Tarrio, who heads the movement that has been denounced as an extremist group, posted a photo of the White House on his Parler social media account.

‘Last minute invite to an undisclosed location…’ Tarrio, whose Parler user name is ‘Wartime Tarrio,’ wrote on Parler, which has emerged among many die-hard Trump supporters as a go-to alternative to Twitter.

Enrique Tarrio, the head of controversial far-right movement Proud Boys, posted a message on his social media account on Parler saying that he would be visiting the White House on Saturday

Enrique Tarrio, the head of controversial far-right movement Proud Boys, posted a message on his social media account on Parler saying that he would be visiting the White House on Saturday

Enrique Tarrio, who heads the movement that has been denounced as an extremist group, posted a photo of the White House on his Parler social media account. ‘Last minute invite to an undisclosed location…’ Tarrio, whose Parler user name is ‘Wartime Tarrio,’ wrote on Parler, which has emerged among many die-hard Trump supporters as a go-to alternative to Twitter

Enrique Tarrio, who heads the movement that has been denounced as an extremist group, posted a photo of the White House on his Parler social media account. ‘Last minute invite to an undisclosed location…’ Tarrio, whose Parler user name is ‘Wartime Tarrio,’ wrote on Parler, which has emerged among many die-hard Trump supporters as a go-to alternative to Twitter

Enrique Tarrio, who heads the movement that has been denounced as an extremist group, posted a photo of the White House on his Parler social media account. ‘Last minute invite to an undisclosed location…’ Tarrio, whose Parler user name is ‘Wartime Tarrio,’ wrote on Parler, which has emerged among many die-hard Trump supporters as a go-to alternative to Twitter

Supporters of President Trump gathered in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday for a 'Stop the Steal' rally

Supporters of President Trump gathered in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday for a 'Stop the Steal' rally

Supporters of President Trump gathered in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday for a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally

A pro-Trump rallygoer holds a sign that reads 'Thank you Jesus' during a protest in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A pro-Trump rallygoer holds a sign that reads 'Thank you Jesus' during a protest in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A pro-Trump rallygoer holds a sign that reads ‘Thank you Jesus’ during a protest in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

‘Wow…I’m in awe,’ Tarrio wrote on Parler. He ended the post with the hashtag #Trump2020.

White House spokesperson Judd Deere told DailyMail.com on Saturday that Tarrio ‘was on a public White House Christmas tour’ and that he ‘did not have a meeting with the president nor did the White House invite him.’ 

Tarrio is among several thousand of the president’s supporters who have descended on Washington, DC, on Saturday to stage a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally denouncing the alleged ‘voter fraud’ that they say led to President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

Conservative groups that allege without evidence that Biden stole the election from Trump plan protests nationwide on Saturday, including a Washington rally headlined by Trump’s recently pardoned former national security adviser.

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn speaks to supporters of Trump who gathered outside the Supreme Court on Saturday

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn speaks to supporters of Trump who gathered outside the Supreme Court on Saturday

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn speaks to supporters of Trump who gathered outside the Supreme Court on Saturday

Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador, gave his first public address since Trump pardoned him on November 24

Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador, gave his first public address since Trump pardoned him on November 24

Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador, gave his first public address since Trump pardoned him on November 24

A pro-Trump supporter dressed up as Uncle Sam is seen above standing on a ladder and gesturing during the 'Stop the Steal' protest rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A pro-Trump supporter dressed up as Uncle Sam is seen above standing on a ladder and gesturing during the 'Stop the Steal' protest rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A pro-Trump supporter dressed up as Uncle Sam is seen above standing on a ladder and gesturing during the ‘Stop the Steal’ protest rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

The man dressed as Uncle Sam gives remarks to the assembled protesters in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

The man dressed as Uncle Sam gives remarks to the assembled protesters in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

The man dressed as Uncle Sam gives remarks to the assembled protesters in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

The man dressed as Uncle Sam gives remarks to the assembled protesters in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

The man dressed as Uncle Sam gives remarks to the assembled protesters in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

Supporters of the president wave flags, hold banners, and chant during a 'Stop the Steal' rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

Supporters of the president wave flags, hold banners, and chant during a 'Stop the Steal' rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

Supporters of the president wave flags, hold banners, and chant during a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

A Trump supporter holds a sign that depicts Trump as Rambo during a 'Stop the Steal' rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

A Trump supporter holds a sign that depicts Trump as Rambo during a 'Stop the Steal' rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

A Trump supporter holds a sign that depicts Trump as Rambo during a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in Washington, DC, on Saturday

One rallygoer holds a sign denouncing the 'traitorous deep state coup' during a protest in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

One rallygoer holds a sign denouncing the 'traitorous deep state coup' during a protest in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

One rallygoer holds a sign denouncing the ‘traitorous deep state coup’ during a protest in front of the Supreme Court building on Saturday

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to hear a lawsuit brought by the State of Texas against four other key battleground states over its voting procedures

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to hear a lawsuit brought by the State of Texas against four other key battleground states over its voting procedures

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to hear a lawsuit brought by the State of Texas against four other key battleground states over its voting procedures

Supporters of the president march in Washington, DC, to denounce the 'stolen' election in which President-elect Joe Biden was certified as the winner

Supporters of the president march in Washington, DC, to denounce the 'stolen' election in which President-elect Joe Biden was certified as the winner

Supporters of the president march in Washington, DC, to denounce the ‘stolen’ election in which President-elect Joe Biden was certified as the winner

A group of Trump supporters is seen above marching in front of the US Capitol building in Washington, DC, on Saturday

A group of Trump supporters is seen above marching in front of the US Capitol building in Washington, DC, on Saturday

A group of Trump supporters is seen above marching in front of the US Capitol building in Washington, DC, on Saturday

Organizers Stop The Steal, which is linked to pro-Trump operative Roger Stone, and church groups urged supporters to turn out to ‘Jericho Marches’ and prayer rallies. 

These are planned at Washington’s National Mall and in the capitals of Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona, where Trump’s campaign has questioned vote counts.

More than 50 federal and state court rulings have upheld Biden’s victory over Trump. 

The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a long-shot lawsuit filed by Texas and backed by Trump seeking to throw out voting results in four states.

Trump has refused to concede defeat, alleging without evidence that he was denied victory by massive fraud.

The Washington rally will begin with marches around the US Capitol, the Supreme Court and Justice Department ‘with prayers for the walls of corruption and election fraud to fall down,’ according to StopTheSteal.com.

The plans reference the Biblical miracle of the battle of Jericho, in which the walls of the city crumbled after priests and soldiers marched around it.  

Retired Army General Mike Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador, is scheduled to speak from the high court steps, his first public address since Trump pardoned him on November 24. 

Trump supporters wear hats that say 'Stop the Steal' during a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

Trump supporters wear hats that say 'Stop the Steal' during a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

Trump supporters wear hats that say ‘Stop the Steal’ during a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A man holds a large religious portrait while others hold pro-Trump signs in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A man holds a large religious portrait while others hold pro-Trump signs in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A man holds a large religious portrait while others hold pro-Trump signs in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A woman holds a picture of Trump during a rally on Saturday in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington, DC

A woman holds a picture of Trump during a rally on Saturday in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington, DC

A woman holds a picture of Trump during a rally on Saturday in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington, DC

A man blows a shofar, or ram's horn, which is used in Jewish religious custom, during the demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A man blows a shofar, or ram's horn, which is used in Jewish religious custom, during the demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A man blows a shofar, or ram’s horn, which is used in Jewish religious custom, during the demonstration in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

Organizers Stop The Steal, which is linked to pro-Trump operative Roger Stone, and church groups urged supporters to turn out to 'Jericho Marches' and prayer rallies

Organizers Stop The Steal, which is linked to pro-Trump operative Roger Stone, and church groups urged supporters to turn out to 'Jericho Marches' and prayer rallies

Organizers Stop The Steal, which is linked to pro-Trump operative Roger Stone, and church groups urged supporters to turn out to ‘Jericho Marches’ and prayer rallies

Trump has refused to concede defeat, alleging without evidence that he was denied victory by massive fraud

Trump has refused to concede defeat, alleging without evidence that he was denied victory by massive fraud

Trump has refused to concede defeat, alleging without evidence that he was denied victory by massive fraud

A Trump supporter holds a plastic skeleton that appears to depict a Biden supporter during the rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A Trump supporter holds a plastic skeleton that appears to depict a Biden supporter during the rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

A Trump supporter holds a plastic skeleton that appears to depict a Biden supporter during the rally in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday

The Washington rally will begin with marches around the US Capitol, the Supreme Court and Justice Department 'with prayers for the walls of corruption and election fraud to fall down,' according to StopTheSteal.com

The Washington rally will begin with marches around the US Capitol, the Supreme Court and Justice Department 'with prayers for the walls of corruption and election fraud to fall down,' according to StopTheSteal.com

The Washington rally will begin with marches around the US Capitol, the Supreme Court and Justice Department ‘with prayers for the walls of corruption and election fraud to fall down,’ according to StopTheSteal.com

The plans reference the Biblical miracle of the battle of Jericho, in which the walls of the city crumbled after priests and soldiers marched around it

The plans reference the Biblical miracle of the battle of Jericho, in which the walls of the city crumbled after priests and soldiers marched around it

The plans reference the Biblical miracle of the battle of Jericho, in which the walls of the city crumbled after priests and soldiers marched around it

Republican political donors and religious figures, including My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell and radio host Eric Metaxas, are expected to attend.

An anti-Trump group called a rally near the White House on Saturday as well, raising the potential for a repeat of clashes that occurred on November 14.

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