D.C. Police estimate over 1 million bikers roar into Washington D.C., hardly a Muslim in sight

It was originally billed as “The Million Muslim March,” though organizers later revised it to the “Million American March Against Fear.” But at noon today in the nation’s capital, there weren’t a million Muslims or Americans to be found anywhere – not even close – more like 25 – 200 according to news reports on the radio.

Mark Segraves of the NBC affiliate in Washington reported that only “about 25 people,” including activist Cornel West, were at the Muslim march as of 12:30 p.m. In fact, a WND-TV news crew on the scene, preparing to provide live coverage of the event in a webcast, has been unable to locate any of the marchers who were supposed to go from the National Mall to the Supreme Court and the White House.  WND (h/t Susan K)

The Muslim contingent including Organizer MD Alam and Cornell West
The Muslim contingent including Organizer MD Alam (in a uniform) and Cornell West (2nd from left)

However, the counter-protest by bikers was in evidence everywhere. Driving in from Canada and all over the United States, the bikers, who were denied a permit for their demonstration, were flooding the capital.

At approximately 1 p.m., “2 Million Bikers to DC” Facebook page co-founder Belinda Bee posted that police have counted nearly one million bikers are on the streets of Washington.

The name of the “Million Muslim March” to the “Million American March Against Fear” because organizers said the original name proved too “scary.”


In fact, The American Muslim Political Action Committee was criticized for scheduling the march on the anniversary of 9/11.

But, organizers insist the name was changed because, “Many non-Muslim Americans are terrified of Muslims, who are portrayed by Hollywood and the US media as fanatical terrorists.”

AMPAC also claims, “Muslims, too, live in fear – of being dragged off in the night to Guantanamo and tortured, simply for the crime of being Muslim in the wrong place at the wrong time.”


The organizers refused to change the date of the march, so significant to Americans because of the terrorist attacks by fanatic Muslims 12 years ago, because, “September 11th, 2001 was the beginning of a new era of fear. Since 9/11, Americans have been terrorized by the media.”

“They have been taught to fear their neighbors. They have been inculcated with fear of other religions. They have been brainwashed into fearing people with brown skins, turbans, and foreign accents,” claims AMPAC.

The bikers, meanwhile, have stated their opposition to President Obama’s push to “fundamentally transform” the U.S.


Radio giant Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday the American public as a whole had little idea what Obama had meant when he campaigned with that remark. “They had no idea that fundamentally transforming the United States of America meant turning the Constitution of the United States on its head,” Limbaugh said.

“They had no idea that transforming the United States of America meant getting rid of capitalism and replacing it with socialism. They had no idea that it meant co-opting one-sixth of the U.S. Economy by the government, the healthcare business. They had no idea what Obama was promising. They thought they knew, but they didn’t. Some of them may now not even know, but the bikers in D.C. know – and knew.”


There is a major difference in the Facebook pages for the two events.

The Million American March Against Fear page has a paltry 295 Facebook likes, and has not posted any photos of their rally as of 2 p.m.

But on the 2 Million Bikers to DC Facebook page, there are 196,000 likes, and many photos of the bikers rolling into the nation’s capital.


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