These Pics Don’t Lie; 2 Million At D.C. March?

(H/T Kathy for the photo link)

No one seems to know, or want to report how many people were at the DC march this past weekend.  Due to the generosity of my readers, I was there, and I think there was maybe just a few more than just 10’s of thousands.  Click on the photo to enlarge it.

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912dc.org has started a photo archive on flickr (use tag 912DC in the search if the link does not work) here.

I have heard reports ranging from 100,000 to 2.1 million.  When I can find an accurate source, I will report it to monster readers.  All I know for sure is that the Capitol Police were reporting an estimate of 1.5 million at noon, and traffic into the city was shut down at some point in the afternoon as more attendees were trying to get to the march.

One of the most interesting comments I heard over and over again was that for each person at the march, there was probably 50 that wanted to be there and couldn’t.  Also, almost everybody I spoke with was surprised at the amount of people that actually showed up, with the open mouthed surprise when they marched down the feeder streets into Freedom Plaza and saw the 1000’s gathered at 8:30 am.  I posted those photos early so that all that could not attend had some kind of idea of what was about to happen.  Many of the attendees made the decision to come at the last minute, and that decision hinged on the fact that someone they knew was going.  I truly believe that this march was more for sending the rest of America a message that they are not alone and that it would be perfectly fine to join our family and come out of the self imposed silence.  I am happy to report my koolaid drinking mother-in-law is off the intravenous feed, and just as amped as the rest of us.

From the first moment when the early buses started arriving on Thursday, I watched as the heartland descended on DC and I also saw the few remaining bloated ticks (Washington Insiders) wander around mouths hanging open and aghast as the t-shirted and blue jean clad masses took over their city.  It was a beauty to behold, and all I could do was grin from ear to ear and laugh.

I spoke to people from all over the country and learned that there was another Hawaiian there, though I was unable to meet her.  If you are reading this Norma, give me a shout out in comments as I would really like to believe that I am not the only one.

The demographics of the crowd was mostly older with, in my opinion, more women, though there were many families with strollers there.  It was interesting to hear the stories of how they reached the city in their different modes of travel with their different accents and speech patterns.  As soon as one patriot would see another it was like one big family reunion, where it did not matter how long you had been away, you were welcomed with open arms.  For those of us that have been fighting this battle against this corrupt government for such a long time, it was a breath of fresh air and a comforting feeling.

Another interesting fact was that the vendors in the city did not seem to know that we were coming as I noticed only two pretzel vendors and one lady selling sodas out of a cooler.  Most of the demonstrators brought their own food and beverages with them and the only thing missing was a semi full of hotdogs, hamburgers, and massive grills.  The feeling in the crowd was calm, respectful and very, very enthusiastically happy about being able to attend with so many other like minded American Patriots.  You have seen the comparison photo between the aftermath of the Bambi inauguration with the trash strewn Capitol grounds and the clean lawn after the 9.12 March.  I, along with many others, picked up little pieces of trash on the way out and deposited it in overflowing garbage cans.  Amazing the good manners of the people that attended from all over the country.

I can also report that the “little people” that live in DC and work in the service industries for the bloated ticks, (my new phrase for the residents of the beltway bubble), did not know what to make of us, the numbers of patriots, the clothing, the accents, etc.  I do not think they are used to seeing the heartland in such a magnitude all over their city.

The DC police went from being suspicious and wary of the crowd early in the morning to polite, relaxed and good humored as they saw millions walking, singing, chanting, and behaving in a manner that they had probably not seen before; no broken windows, no fiery trash cans, no fights, no pepperspray, no SWAT teams in the background.  Probably refreshing for them also.

I also wanted to let you know what I saw in regards to what we hear about the Beltway Bubble and how Washington D.C. is so insulated and out of touch from the rest of the country.  Dear Readers, there is NO COUNTRY outside the city limits of Washington DC.  What I saw on the street corner in front of the Cannon Building on Thursday while demonstrating Nancy Pelosi was unabashed self-importance and actual sneering from the bloated ticks.  As far as they are concerned, there is nothing but cracked earth and desolation outside DC.  It is one thing to hear about the bubble, but another thing totally to see the ticks look down their noses at their bosses.  If Washington D.C. was not our capitol with such a long and distinguished history, I would vote for burning it to the ground and rebuilding a new national capitol somewhere in the heartland; say Kansas or Nebraska filled with representatives that understand that they are servants of the people, and not the recipients of the people’s wealth.  After seeing the ticks scurry like puffed up, self absorbed cockroaches, I cannot wait to fire every last one of them, their staffs, their lobbyists, their servants in waiting, etc.  The Bloated Ticks and their attendants are fat, happy, and at peace with their rape of the American people.  Please keep in mind that the next 10 levels of state leadership is probably just as bad and wants in on the “piggies at the trough motherlode”; they gotta go too!

I wanted to post a few more pictures for my readers.  Let me know if you want to see more after this….

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Relaxing at a cafe
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Dissent Has Got To Have His Say

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Your Humble Photographer - The Monster
Your Humble Photographer - The Monster

14 Responses to These Pics Don’t Lie; 2 Million At D.C. March?

  1. Nice to finally see you. I am so grateful for all of your reporting.

    Also Glenn Beck was reporting last night that not one arrest had been made during that march. That is incredible considering the number of people. Also you know if there had been any kind of trouble it would of been reported. How disappointed the fringe media must of been.

    I think Alinsky’s rules for radicals are not going to work on this crowd. They do not look ridiculed or intimated in any way shape or form. The more they push especially the racist angle the more crazy and pathetic they become.

    This movement is just growing, congratulations about your mother-in-law, I really believe some people were in a deeper sleep than others except for those who have a vested interest in staying asleep, they are in a coma.

    You are most certainly right about the corruption on all levels of government. Where I live there has been a house-cleaning of sorts, not do to elections, they are going to jail unbelievable the crap they pulled and got away with but they are no longer able to. We even have a task force to investigate all the corruption. So while it has been disappointing to live in such an place it is slowly changing. So there is hope at all levels to clean them out and send them on their way.

    God bless America and all of her Patriots.

  2. Thank you so much for the pictures. I still can’t believe it was not given the proper coverage in the media. It makes me livid. But if I feel this way I know millions of people feel the same and heads will roll next election. Our media sucks! Thank God for the internet and alternative sources of information.

  3. Kathy-thanks for hat video. VERY scary. I’ve been telling everyoe not to take the vaccine when it come out.

    DT, thanks for the pictures. Keep them coming! I’ll never forget the feeling of excitement in DC that day.

  4. DT, [DiamondTiger]

    It was one of my greatest honors to share the 912 March experience with you, DRkate and the other 2 Million of our closest friends!

    I have it on several separate sources that indeed we were over 2 Million. Next time it will be 10.

    Oh, and Drkate figured out why everyone looked familiar to us–it was the Spirit of America that we recognized in one another.

    God Bless America and her Citizens!

    DT[DameTruth]

  5. Thank you for the pictures and the picture of you. It is good to have a face to attach to the person who has taught me so much about what really matters.

    Please post more pictures – maybe in a tab so you can also do the hard-hitting investigations we still need. I am only able to research and post occasionally on my own blog (health issues still), but I come here first when I sign on.

    Thank you, DT.

    I watched “V for Vendetta” way early in the morning of the march. The best bloggers are carrying on V’s work.

  6. Dear Diamond Tiger, (grrr)
    Thank You! Wonderful pics and yes…more,more!
    Back to business: S Florida contingent made the DC trip, I stayed and participated in the Ft. Lauderdale event (venue was in front of the Federal Building)at the peak I’d guess 1000-1200 standing, through-put all day another 800-900, again older, respectful. The Fed guard came out and told us we could not stand on the steps or side walk in front of the FEDERAL building (get this) …because it was PRIVATE property(??) so we were supposed to only stand on the boulvard strip, as the crowd grew it didn’t matter. we were every where including the fountain in front of the building.
    Next,thoughts from July which you started… and I agree…
    #1 NATION-WIDE STRIKE, how about before the end of the year.
    No Work, No Money, NO payments to the BANGSTER GANG ( auto, mortgage, CC) hey, if your going to get serious you must get serious. Get rid of FEAR, fear of loss (home, credit, job,FICO score. There are only maybe 2% of the folks who will go to the wall on this, that’s still alot. If we can get 1/2 of the boomers and senior that is a whole lotta people. Let the banks choke and die on their own sword of debt, we can help them. Now you can buy some gold and silver to help you survive the coming collapse. 30 days to organize and get ready…
    #2 The “Coach” (actor Nelson) said he was considering becoming a non-filer (personal Federal only) GOLLY… I really like that second picture you show… again only 5% will do it without a second thought (that’s alot)
    #3 The Alinsky material, we need to apply these tactics. Use their rules against them. Also google The Cloward-Piven Strategy, (that’s what we are up against now) let’s co-op that too!!
    #4 If we don’t get back to PAPER BALLOTS, it won’t matter. WE could all vote for Mickey Mouse and the Elitist will still get their puppet in.
    #5 Spending money on trips and signs and doing our Rallies make’s one feel good but it won’t change anything. We need to FIRE ALL THE BASTARDS starting at the PRECINCT LEVEL (see http://www.networkamerica.org) The most powerful position in politics… if we control locally we will control WHO gets on the ballot…it’s the only way. Real paper ballots, with boxes, locks and keys.
    Hopefully we will have enough time before the S…house explodes and the storm troopers start lining us up for a
    SITBOTH or FEMA camps to become slave labor… remember the
    government has alraedy told us that WE THE PEOPLE are THE ENEMY!!
    God bless us all and God help us to take back our country and liberties…

    Hannibal

  7. I have been trying to get a slideshow plugin to work so that I can post the hundreds of photos I took on a separate page or in the sidebar.

    As for rabbit holes, do I have one for you folks…working on it right now. 😉

  8. Kathy, at http://www.operationcanyouhearusnow.com
    I like it!

    How about boycotting the advertisers of these leftist media stations…money talks and bull…. walks.

    A letter campaign to the advertisers of these stations that We The People understand that businesses advertise so they can generate $$ through the sale of their products and services, it’s a free market principle. However, in order for the free market to work it’s really up to the people and if the people want to shut down the government media…well the people have to go to where the media gets its’ $$$ the ADVERTISERS.

    Support the Leftist Stations at your own peril! It’s OK!!

    How about protests in front of the BIGGEST ADVERTISERS places of business (usually auto dealers, grocery chain stores, TRIAL LAWYERS! per inquiry advertisers like the stuff Billy Mays sells, one family customer at a grocery store is worth about $10k a year, that’s why they don’t argue when you take something back… just thoughts…

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