Spencer spencer in redding, hundreds turned out for a rally supporting president trump and his efforts to build a border wall.
Action news now reporter mario montalvo brings us that story.
Pkg more than 200 people stood on the sidewalk in front of the holiday inn on hilltop drive in redding holding signs in support of president trump saturday.
Support the president of the united states in his effort to build the wall.
I believe we need a wall.
Pat sukosky: we believe in what president trump is doing and we want him to know that we are behind him 100 percent.
Hundreds of cars honked as they passed by showing their support for the rally which didn't surprise.
James crupi: the majority of americans want this.
The media, no offense has kind of portrayed a different picture.
And i think this town supports this very much.
Terry rapoza and his wife sally rapoza organzed the rally.
Rapoza, who himself is hispanic says he isn't anti-immigration, he's just ant-illegal immigration.
Terry rapoza: what is so hard to understand about illegal alien?
Why is that hard to understand?
The work illegal is in there.
Government shutown enters its fifth week.
Pat sukosky: i know a lot of people that work for the government, and they don't mind being off because of the cause.
James crupi: he's not caving in to the pressure.
John kasich would have caved.
Ted cruz probably would have caved.
Any other republican candidate on that stage in 2016 would have caved by now rapoza inciting hate, it's about being heard and making sure people are protected.
Terry rapoza: the whole thing is we want our voices heard.
We want our to make sure that our children and our grand children have the same country that