The first video below is one of two that shows two buses of Texas World War II Veterans pulling up to one of the Memorials. At the same time, you see a Parks Department large vehicle attempting to park in front of the barricades and Park Police, or maybe DC police, to enforce them. You can hear someone say that if they can’t get closer, the Vets will have to walk or be wheeled on grass and downhill to access the barricaded Memorials. Obviously, these police forces are not members of Oathkeepers.
“Thousands” showed up at the Memorials on Washington’s National Mall today and it was BARRICADES DOWN! Chants of “Tear down these walls,” “Don’t Tread on Me,” and “God Bless America” and other patriotic songs resonated throughout the mall area as barricades were dismantled/moved.
Imagine Think of the arrogance of putting up signs at the Memorials on the National Mall saying “This Memorial is Closed Except For First Amendment Activities.”
Those signs were a cover-our-ass for allowing a large crowd of Hispanics and illegal aliens to party on the Mall while there were on-going attempts to keep Veterans out. Granted, Veterans got into their Memorials, but the Government didn’t make it easy.
Think of the cost to taxpayers of those ridiculous and offensive signs. Patriots picked up the barrycades, took them to a grassy area and laid them at the base of the sign. See the video below.
Protests moved through the D.C. area today, including at the White House and Capitol:
CNN reports some of the protestors have made their way to the White House where they threw barricades aside and got into some pushing and shoving with the police on duty.
The police were able to reassemble the barricades and push the protestors back away from the White House gates.
Some of the veterans are directing the assembled group to the Capitol building to continue the protest. Source: Washington Times
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