As of this morning when I did a screen capture of the bikers ride on Washington, D.C. logo (see below) their Facebook page indicated there were 47,825 likes. As I write this post a half hour later the likes have increased 100 more. This is looking to be a monumental event to counter the absurdly insulting Million Muslim March on the day we set aside to honor the thousands of Americans who were killed after 19 Muslims hijacked four airliners and crashed them into the World Trade Center towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington. The fourth airliner went down in a field in Pennsylvania after the passengers had been alerted by cellphone calls of the events of the previous hijackings and decided to retake the aircraft. Those heroic passengers most likely saved the Capitol Building in Washington which was the last target of the Islamic extremists.
Searching Google for updated news of the ride, there are plenty of stories from all over. Biker groups have been organized in all of the lower 48 states. One story in BizPac Review:
September 3, 2013 by
The permit is secured, the funding in place, the final route is being mapped out and now it’s full-throttle to DC for thousands upon thousands of patriotic bikers riding to Washington on 9/11.
Organizers of the “2 Million Bikers to DC” have called on bikers from all over the country to ride to DC to “remember those who were killed on 9/11 and honor our armed forces who fought those who precipitated this attack,” and counter protest the “Million American March Against Fear” – formally called by the more inflammatory name, the “Million Muslim March.”
According to the group’s Facebook page, which now has over 42,000 “Likes,” DC officials have thanked the organizers for getting a permit for the 9/11 event – there are 12 other rallies in the city that day – although they were not required to do so as riding is a First-Amendment right.
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(Toledo News Now) - This Sept. 11, two million bikers will descend on the nation's capital to honor the lives lost 12 years ago.Bikers from all over the country will ride their motorcycles to Washington, DC in a show of solidarity and honor.
"I think it will be the most patriotic display the country has ever seen," said Mike Belair, state coordinator for Ohio.
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, bikers from Ohio will depart from the rest area on I-75, just south of Bowling Green, and begin their journey.