WASHINGTON - Conservative activists disputing the results of this month's election have another rally planned in the nation's capital, this time at the Lincoln Memorial.
A spokesman for the U.S. National Park Service tells FOX 5 that Women for America First has received a permit for a rally Dec. 12 at the Lincoln Memorial.
That's two D.C. pro-Trump rallies in less than a month following the Nov. 3 election.
Pres. Trump continues to attempt to cast doubt on this month's election results, and he waved to supporters from his motorcade during a rally last weekend.
The new rally on Dec. 12 will occur two days before Electoral College votes are cast.
President-elect Joe Biden is projected to win the Electoral College by a 306-232 margin.
One key battleground state, Georgia, recently awarded its electoral votes to Biden after a hand-tally recount of about 5 million ballots. Experts say it's unlikely an audit of ballots in any state would overturn this month's election results.
Women for America First did not immediately return a message seeking comment.
D.C. police say agitators of conflicting political sides traveled to the nation's capital for last week's rally, which at times devolved into chaos after sundown.