As Twitchy reported earlier this week, the National Park Service denied a permit to a group of cyclists who wanted to ride through Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11 to honor the military and the victims of the 9/11 attacks. Two Million Bikers to D.C. decided to show up anyway, permit or not, and word is that the group is being welcomed and assisted by D.C. police. James Woods sent along his sincere thanks that the bikers were being allowed their right to peaceably assemble.
DC POLICE JUST CONTACTED US! WOO HO! THEY ARE TRYING TO HELP WITH OUR ROUTE! GO D.C. POLICE! AND THANK U TO ALL D.C. LEO'S ~ GOD BLESS YOU!
— Debbie Stumm (@Just1MoreMinPin) September 10, 2013
@jjauthor The bikers have already won. They are doing it anyway, DC police are going to help them and the public is on their side. Bravo!
— Hana Five O (@HanaFiveO) September 10, 2013
This video is from right outside DC. Showing bikers pouring into DC by the hundreds. So far as of today DC Police… http://t.co/d0Mk8PVTmn
— SDOC (@SDOCsiouxfalls) September 10, 2013
@ChristiChat It would be great if the MSM covers this. There are so many who elite e only what they see on CNN!
— ❌Deplorable Smelly Hillbilly Nancy ❌ (@saveusrepublic2) September 10, 2013
— Todd (@RazorHog66) September 10, 2013
Editor’s note: Twitchy has removed a tweet containing a video that documented an August 2013 9/11 memorial ride. We regret the error.