Prepare yourself for outrage.
Two million bikers were denied a “no stop” permit for their ride through Washington to “remember those who were killed on Sept. 11 and honor our armed forces.” Meanwhile, the Muslim Political Action Committee was granted a permit for the “Million Muslim March,” which will be held tomorrow on the National Mall.
The two million bikers still plan to ride through Washington tomorrow, only instead of it being a one or two hour event, now it may take all day. The bikers already issued an apology to the resident of D.C. for the noise disturbance they will cause.
“We did the right thing and went through the proper channels to secure a no-stop permit to ride through your great city,” the apology read. “We wanted to ride an established route, which would have taken us past the Viet Nam Memorial to the Lincoln Memorial, across the bridge into Virginia, and that’s it! We would have been completely out of Washington DC, and your city would have been back to normal,” the letter continued.
The bikers will begin their journey from the Harley Davidson store in Fort Washington, Md., and hold an opening ceremony before departing for D.C.