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Two Million Bikers Descend on Washington, D.C. in Remembrance of 9/11

September 11,2013

 

From the Jarkesy Network

 

 

 

 

Today marks the twelfth anniversary of that tragic day the Twin Towers came down at the hands of Muslim Extremists; twelve years ago today; numerous American citizens were killed and injured a horrifying attack on our own soil.

The most disgusting part of all of this is a movement known as the Million Muslim March, in which Muslims protest on the grounds of Washington, D.C. to counteract what they feel is “discrimination.” But, this is not important; let them have their march, because we, too, have ours. They say that in every cloud there is a silver lining, but in this case the lining is chrome, more specifically the chrome that makes of the construct of motorcycles. Today, in Washington D.C., there is a march that we conservative patriots can get behind, that is The Ride of Two Million Bikers.

They’re reasons for protesting are twofold, one is to honor and remember the victims who died on that tragic day, and also to counteract and protest the Million Muslim March which many people like us find repulsive. Let us not forget, too, that one year ago today, our embassy in Benghazi, Libya was attacked by extremists as well. Four Americans were brutally tortured and killed, but none more than our ambassador, Christopher Stevens. This man was dragged through the streets of Benghazi for five straight hours, being cut, burned, raped, beaten, and cattle prodded the entire time. He died a horrible, excruciating death at the hands of our absent President who clearly has no desire to resolve the issue, as no arrests have been made since the attack. These good and noble bikers are there for him, too.

We will never forgot that those tragic days, twelve years ago and one year ago. And to the two million bikers who are descending on Washington, D.C., we wish express our utmost support for you; we stand behind you, we salute you, and we admire you. Do not forget, dear readers, that the permit for the bikers was denied by the government, but yet they still ride.

 

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