Friday night is Ignite the Right Freedom Rally night at Clover Island Inn in Kennewick.

Former city of Republic, WA, Chief of Police, and former state of Washington candidate for Governor, Loren Culp, will be the featured speaker to fire up conservative voters on Friday night at a gathering called "Ignite the Right Freedom Rally."

From 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. the rally will present two featured speakers, Culp and 2022 congressional candidate Wadi Yakhour, who previously served in the Donald J. Trump administration as a presidential appointee.

Culp told KEPR-TV, "Conservative people lost a lot of hope in this last election with the outcome but there is hope there is another election around the corner and we got a plan to make it work for conservatives to get people out of office that don't represent our ideals and the founding documents."

Culp is also teasing that he will make a "historical announcement" at the rally. When pressed about that statement, Culp talked about his support for former President Trump.

"He drained the swamp to a level to where we could see a lot of the swamp creatures that weren't visible for a while and there's some of them that need to be taken out of office and so I have a big announcement Friday," Culp said.

In addition to the guest speakers, Nashville recording artist Dakota Poorman and the band Common Ground will perform.

The gathering is free and open for all ages.

Culp is on the rebound and making a comeback after losing his bid for Governor of the state of Washington on November 3, 2020, then having his job as a police chief sacked when his position was defunded by the city of Republic, WA, the next day. The move was made without consulting the popular Chief first.

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