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Patriotic Biker Rally a Success; Million Muslim March Draws 21 Attendees

Posted by on Sep. 11, 2013 at 7:42 PM
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Patriotic Biker Rally a Success; Million Muslim March Draws 21 Attendees

Posted 09.11.13 by Greg Campbell, TPNN Political Analyst

Million Muslim March 2

It's been twelve years since a beautiful New York morning was stained with the horror of a terrorist attack that killed thousands of Americans. It has been exactly one year since terrorists stormed our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, killing four Americans, including our ambassador, Chris Stevens.

It's been a year and Americans are still without answers. Americans are desperate to know what happened, who was responsible and why the Obama Administration is continually stonewalling efforts to find the truth.

On Tuesday, The Tea Party News Network reported that the 2 Million Bikers to D.C. rally had been denied a permit from the D.C. Parks Department. The biker rally was meant to honor the victims of the terrorist attack in Benghazi and highlight the need for answers that the Obama Administration continually refuses to provide.

Benghazi Sticker

Despite talks and conference calls between the organizers, the organizers of the D.C. rally were told just days before the event that there was no permit and that the Parks Department had never received an application- a claim which organizers vehemently deny.

At the same time, the denial of the permit fomented outrage as the District of Columbia granted the American Muslim Political Action Committee a permit for the Million Americans Against Fear Rally, also known as the Million Muslim March.

However, the biker rally organizers pressed on and insisted that though they did not have a "no-stop" permit, they still could, nevertheless, hold their rally without police escort, but that it would just take longer to get through Washington.

The D.C. biker rally commenced this morning as thousands of patriotic bikers met in Maryland and drove through the nation's capital.

However, the Million Muslim March did not fare as well. Only 21 attendees showed up, including a few counter-protesters who waved an Israeli flag and one that held a giant cross. Police outnumbered attendees.

The attempts by government to stonewall the Benghazi tribute ride is a fitting reminder of how our government operates. While Americans voice their desires to learn the truth about what happened in Benghazi and why we have been told lie after lie, it seems obvious that only through perseverance will patriotic citizens and lawmakers be able to break the wall of secrecy surrounding the Obama Administration that once promised transparency.

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SallyMJ
by Ruby Member on Sep. 11, 2013 at 8:42 PM
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Oops.

Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?

Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?

Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 

So that's about 200 to 1.

Love it. 

Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.


bikers 1



bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.



jcrew6
by Jenney on Sep. 11, 2013 at 9:00 PM
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MISGUIDED “MILLION MUSLIM MARCH” WON’T BE JUST BE SPARSE – IT’S ALSO A DISGRACE

http://aifdemocracy.org/misguided-million-muslim-march-wont-be-just-be-sparse-its-also-a-disgrace/


-Celestial-
by Pepperlynn on Sep. 11, 2013 at 9:01 PM
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Looks like the idiots were ranting about nothing. 

JanuaryBaby06
by on Sep. 11, 2013 at 11:57 PM
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Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.

Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?

Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?

Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 

So that's about 200 to 1.

Love it. 

Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.


bikers 1



bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.




wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out
SallyMJ
by Ruby Member on Sep. 12, 2013 at 12:13 AM

I know. Humongous.

It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.

Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.

That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 


Quoting JanuaryBaby06:


Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.

Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?

Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?

Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 

So that's about 200 to 1.

Love it. 

Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.


bikers 1



bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.




wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out



JanuaryBaby06
by on Sep. 12, 2013 at 12:30 AM

 

yea but what is done is done. Now DC has an idea of what to expect, so they should take them more seriously the next time. 

Quoting SallyMJ:

I know. Humongous.

It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.

Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.

That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 

 

Quoting JanuaryBaby06:


Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.

Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?

Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?

Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 

So that's about 200 to 1.

Love it. 

Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.


bikers 1



bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.




wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out

 

 


 

SallyMJ
by Ruby Member on Sep. 12, 2013 at 12:47 AM
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Agreed. :)


Quoting JanuaryBaby06:


yea but what is done is done. Now DC has an idea of what to expect, so they should take them more seriously the next time. 

Quoting SallyMJ:

I know. Humongous.

It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.

Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.

That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 


Quoting JanuaryBaby06:


Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.

Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?

Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?

Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 

So that's about 200 to 1.

Love it. 

Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.


bikers 1



bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.




wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out







Friday
by Platinum Member on Sep. 12, 2013 at 3:07 AM
Meh. I don't support either group. Having any kind of rally or protest today is bad form, low class. Unless it's only intent is memorial. The wannabe million 'Muslims' should hang out with the wannabe million moms, they seem equally useful and stupid. I have no respect for the bikers, the first I heard about this was their outrage that Muslims who hate America and were 'celebrating' 9/11 but the story keeps changing so I'm betting the original reason is the real one while the rest are cya moves. Plus, every single person I've seen supporting this on FB had lots of pretty words to say about those durn Mooslims. Real tin foil hat, Obama is an evil commie from Kenya bent on destroying the US Illuminati garbage. I just can't take such ignorant fuckery seriously. I'm glad there hasn't been any violence reporter. And surprsed to be honest

Quoting SallyMJ:

Agreed. :)



Quoting JanuaryBaby06:



yea but what is done is done. Now DC has an idea of what to expect, so they should take them more seriously the next time. 


Quoting SallyMJ:


I know. Humongous.


It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.


Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.


That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 




Quoting JanuaryBaby06:



Quoting SallyMJ:


Oops.


Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?


Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?


Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 


So that's about 200 to 1.


Love it. 


Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.





bikers 1







bikers



To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.







wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out











mama2beautiesnb
by Member on Sep. 12, 2013 at 3:34 AM
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Yes, bc those bikers are all scary, mean ppl that dont have any respect for anyone or anything. Be real. Its pretty hypocritical to get mad at ppl for stereotyping when you are going to do it as well.
Quoting Friday:

Meh. I don't support either group. Having any kind of rally or protest today is bad form, low class. Unless it's only intent is memorial. The wannabe million 'Muslims' should hang out with the wannabe million moms, they seem equally useful and stupid. I have no respect for the bikers, the first I heard about this was their outrage that Muslims who hate America and were 'celebrating' 9/11 but the story keeps changing so I'm betting the original reason is the real one while the rest are cya moves. Plus, every single person I've seen supporting this on FB had lots of pretty words to say about those durn Mooslims. Real tin foil hat, Obama is an evil commie from Kenya bent on destroying the US Illuminati garbage. I just can't take such ignorant fuckery seriously. I'm glad there hasn't been any violence reporter. And surprsed to be honest

Quoting SallyMJ:

Agreed. :)


Quoting JanuaryBaby06:


yea but what is done is done. Now DC has an idea of what to expect, so they should take them more seriously the next time. 


Quoting SallyMJ:

I know. Humongous.


It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.


Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.


That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 



Quoting JanuaryBaby06:
Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.


Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?


Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?


Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 


So that's about 200 to 1.


Love it. 


Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.




bikers 1





bikers


To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.





wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out










Friday
by Platinum Member on Sep. 12, 2013 at 4:16 AM
Where did I say the bikers are mean or scary people? Or that they were all bad or any other stereotype or generalization? I said that the supporters I HAVE SEEN are ignorant tin foil hatters and I don't buy their alleged reasoms since they didn't even apply for a permit till a couple of weeks ago. If their real purpose was to honor andemorialize those lost o. 9/11 they would have plannwd something in the 12 years BEFORE the Muslim gdoup announced their march. All the supporters that I SAW went on about evil mooslims and encouraged violence.

Besides all that, I don't support the wannabe million Muslims either, bad form to pick today and based on mu research, they are on par with the bikers..


Quoting mama2beautiesnb:

Yes, bc those bikers are all scary, mean ppl that dont have any respect for anyone or anything. Be real. Its pretty hypocritical to get mad at ppl for stereotyping when you are going to do it as well.
Quoting Friday:

Meh. I don't support either group. Having any kind of rally or protest today is bad form, low class. Unless it's only intent is memorial. The wannabe million 'Muslims' should hang out with the wannabe million moms, they seem equally useful and stupid. I have no respect for the bikers, the first I heard about this was their outrage that Muslims who hate America and were 'celebrating' 9/11 but the story keeps changing so I'm betting the original reason is the real one while the rest are cya moves. Plus, every single person I've seen supporting this on FB had lots of pretty words to say about those durn Mooslims. Real tin foil hat, Obama is an evil commie from Kenya bent on destroying the US Illuminati garbage. I just can't take such ignorant fuckery seriously. I'm glad there hasn't been any violence reporter. And surprsed to be honest



Quoting SallyMJ:

Agreed. :)



Quoting JanuaryBaby06:



yea but what is done is done. Now DC has an idea of what to expect, so they should take them more seriously the next time. 



Quoting SallyMJ:

I know. Humongous.



It would have been more convenient for the city and the people, if DC had just given them a permit. But of course they don't need one.



Ironic that DC gave a permit for an event for 21 people, but not one for an event attracting 5,000 people.



That 21 is less than our family Thanksgiving crowd of 25-35  - and we never have to get a license.   :) 





Quoting JanuaryBaby06:

Quoting SallyMJ:

Oops.



Were the Million Muslim Americans too Fear-ful to March?



Maybe they should have ridden their bikes instead?



Reportedly, there were several thousand bikes, vs. a couple dozen Muslim Marchers. 



So that's about 200 to 1.



Love it. 



Ride, ride, ride, let it ride.







bikers 1











bikers




To give you some perspective.   This below picture is just one state’s riders (Maine) at one rally point.








wow! loos lik they had a huge turn out















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