The Diner in Sevierville will raise a toast against the new administration's proposed spending next Wednesday with an all day Tea Party.
The purpose of the event, according to a press release from The Diner, 550 Winfield Dunn Pkwy in Sevierville, is to send a message to the public sector and drum-up support for public employees and leaders opposed to the new budget. "If the current administration\'s plans are not stopped, the CBO and other credible economic resources report the national debt will double in the next six to eight years," the satement read. The current national debt has risen to over $11 trillion.
In addition to serving free tea from 7 to 10 p.m., The Diner will offer customer's materials to guide discussion on the current economic climate. The day will be capped off with a special ceremony at 6:37 p.m. (sunset time) to the Little Pigeon River where protestors will throw old tea not sold from the day prior into the water. The demonstration aims to "communicate our dissatisfaction with the disregard for the founding principles of our nation and core beliefs of its people and all who sincerely care about all responsible Americans, past, present and future," the release stated.
For more information on this event, contact Owner Howard Kingsbury at email@example.com, or call The Diner at 865-908-1904. The statement requests that no calls be made to The Diner from noon to 2 p.m.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.