“2 Million Bikers to D.C.” Will Ride Tomorrow Despite being Denied “Nonstop Ride” Permit by City; Will Counter “Million Americans against Fear March”, formerly Called “Million Muslim March” – Video 9/10/13
The “Two Million Bikers to D.C.” rally is still on for tomorrow, September 11, despite the city of Washington D.C. denying their application for a “nonstop ride” permit. The bikers are going to go ahead with their rally anyway. They will ride their bikes through the city, stopping at the lights since the city won’t provide a “nonstop ride” permit. The bikers rally was organized to honor those who died on September 11 after the “Million Muslim March” was announced for September 11. That group changed the name of their event to “Million Americans against Fear” a few weeks ago. God bless those bikers for wanting to stand up for the memory of those who died on September 11, 2001 at the hands of Islamic Jihadists:
The nation’s capital has denied a “no stop” permit for the “2 Million Bikers to DC” rally on Wednesday, meant to “remember those who were killed on 9/11 and honor our armed forces.”
The group said in a statement Sunday that D.C. officials denied their request for a special nonstop ride through town with a waiver for red lights, stop signs and other traffic signals.
“What could have been a one or two hour ride through will now likely be an all day event,” the group said. Denial of the permit sparked outrage on the biker group’s website because the District of Columbia reportedly has granted the American Muslim Political Action Committee a permit for the Million Americans Against Fear rally, formerly known as the Million Muslim March, for Wednesday on the National Mall, the PAC announced Saturday.
BizPac Review points out that the Muslim advocacy group also announced it had received a commitment from Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, Missouri Democrat, to speak at the event.
The 2 Million Bikers to DC group offered an apology to D.C. residents, who will undoubtedly be disturbed by the noise.
“We did the right thing and went through the proper channels to secure a no-stop permit to ride through your great city,” the groups said Sunday. “We wanted to ride an established route, which would have taken us past the Viet Nam Memorial to the Lincoln Memorial, across the bridge into Virginia, and that’s it! We would have been completely out of Washington DC, and your city would have been back to normal.”
The bikers plan to meet at the Harley Davidson in Fort Washington, Md., on Wednesday morning, where they will have opening ceremonies, blessings, the Pledge of Allegiance and a handful of speakers. The final route has not yet been announced “for security purposes,” the group said. . . . Read More