The Pagan’s May Join Black Lives Matter Protest in Atlantic City
Pagan’s Motorcycle Club, more often referred to as simply The Pagan’s, is a motorcycle club (some would say “outlaw”) formed by Lou Dobkin in 1959 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
In the late 9:00 a.m. hour today, on our sister station, WPG Talk Radio 95.5, morning show host, Harry Hurley had a listener call and identify himself as a Pagan.
He was positive and polite throughout and advised that The Pagan’s were considering bringing 300 motorcycles to Atlantic City this Saturday, July 4, 2020, “to counter the Steve Young protest and support the police.”
Listen to Harry Hurley's exchange here:
The caller advised that “they want to do it the legal way.” They have made contact with the city and they’re looking to see if they can get an approved permit in time.
Harry asked him on-air, “will you still come to Atlantic City with 300 motorcycles if you can’t secure a permit”? His response was that “they have to talk it over before doing something like that.”
At this writing, Young is still committed to holding the so-called protest and “shut down Atlantic City,” this Saturday, July 4th.
If it goes down in this fashion, Atlantic City will face hundreds of “Black Lives Matter” protesters, along with upwards to 300 Pagan’s.
Frankly, this features two groups, with two very different visions.
Join with us and pray for peace.