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In honor of all who died that day

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Bikers outnumbered Musslims on DC march

It was in extremely bad taste and also very inappropriate, for the so called  Million Muslim March to Washington DC, to have their rally on the 9/11 anniversary. A very  solemn and sad day in U.S. history.

The rally wasn’t as big as they predicted, as a matter of fact only a couple of dozen demonstrators attended the rally



Mark  Segraves of the NBC affiliate in Washington reported that only “about 25  people,” including activist Cornel West, were at the Muslim march as of 12:30  p.m. Wednesday, with a group of Christians about the same size nearby.


However, the counter-protest by bikers was in evidence everywhere.

Driving in from Canada and from all over the United States, the bikers, who  were denied a permit for their demonstration, were flooding the capital. At approximately 1 p.m., “2 Million Bikers to DC” Facebook page co-founder  Belinda Bee posted that police have counted nearly 1 million bikers are on the  streets of Washington.


Despite the sparse turnout for what became known as the Million American  March Against Fear, organizers, promised another rally next year — the same  pledge leaders of the 2 Million Bikers to DC ride gave  to the thousands of  motorcyclists who roared into the District from across the country.

Pictures: WND

Published by MGuatyMarrero for Cjaronu