2 Million Bikers Take over Washington D.C. – WE THE PEOPLE HAVE THE POWER
A Small group of bikers applied for a permit to take a memorial ride through Washington D.C. on 9/11.The group of around 2,000 bikers planned to honor those who were killed during the 2001 terrorist attacks by taking a ride through the nation’s capital.
To the group’s surprise the National Park Service, who issues permits in D.C., denied their request and told the group they were not welcome in the Nation’s Capital. To add insult to injury, the bikers learned that the National Park Service had issued a permit to a radical Muslim group who planned a 9/11 protest called the Million Muslim March.
Shockingly, or probably not so shockingly if you follow what’s been going on in this country, our government seems to have no problem issuing a permit to a bunch of radicals. Organizers of the Million Muslim March include the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC), an organization linked to Islamist radicals; the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, a group with known ties to terrorism; and the American Muslim Task Force.
Bikers Fight Back
While most of the country sits comfortably in their homes allowing the government to dictate when they can and can’t do things, the group of bikers had enough. They told officials in D.C. that they didn’t need a permit to exercise their rights, and then organized the 2 Million Biker Ride.
Today, Bikers from every State in America will descend into Washington D.C. without the bullshit permit, and without permission from the government officials who forget they receive their power from WE THE PEOPLE!
Land of the Free?
Why the hell do we need their permission for anything? In my opinion, it’s good to see people finally waking up to the realization that the government receives its power from us, not the other way around.
We are all taught as kids that we live in a free country, but then somewhere along the way we start excepting things like needing a permit for a party, or a license to fish, or a million other regulations that tell us what we can and can’t do.
From cameras recording every move we make, to the Militarization of our police forces, to people losing their homes over $40 tax liens, when are people going to finally say enough? Is this the freedom our military fights and dies for?
Here are some pictures of groups from around the country as they head to D.C.
Biker Groups from around the Country Getting Ready to Roll
Bikers form every State in the U.S. have been riding for the last two days to get to D.C. for today’s Ride.