The Biden team showed America yet again they are as un-American as you can get.
The Pentagon denied a permit for the Rolling to Remember motorcycle rally honoring Veterans of the U.S. Armed forces for Memorial Day.
This was the first time in 30 years that a permit was denied to honor Veterans missing in action and kept as prisoners of war!
AMVETS organizes the event and invites veterans and bikers to ride together throughout Washington DC, also raising awareness of the Veteran suicide crisis.
The Department of Defense wouldn’t allow the event to start from the Pentagon parking lot due to “pandemic concerns.”
Mayor Muriel Bowser stepped in and helped the rally find a new starting point, the RFK Stadium parking lot.
Rolling to Remember
This morning at the Museum, #Marine Corps Band of Brothers riding club departed for the Rolling to Remember event in DC!
— U.S. Marine Corps Museum🇺🇸 (@USMCMuseum) May 30, 2021
— Rolling To Remember (@RollToRemember) May 30, 2021
— Rolling To Remember (@RollToRemember) May 28, 2021
Even though they had to scramble to find a new event site, thousands showed up today at Rolling to Remember to honor our Veterans.
Motorcyclists await the start of the Rolling to Remember ride in the parking lot of RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., May 30, 2021.
(Joe Gromelski/Stars and Stripes) pic.twitter.com/I0LDckZjHi
— Stars and Stripes (@starsandstripes) May 30, 2021
Rolling To Remember would like to thank everyone who attended and for showed this ride the honor and respect it deserves. We cannot forget those still missing in action, nor ignore those struggling with their mental health.
— AMVETS (@AMVETSHQ) May 30, 2021
NBC 4 Washington has more on the story:
“Rolling to Remember, a massive motorcycle rally to honor veterans and advocate for their mental health, will be happening all weekend in the D.C. area.
A candlelight vigil at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was held Friday night.
The big ride kicked off Sunday around midday, with bikers starting from RFK Stadium.
On Memorial Day, there will be ceremonies at major memorials and Arlington National Cemetery.
Rolling to Remember is descended from Rolling Thunder, a multi-day ride and event held in the D.C. area for decades each Memorial Day weekend. The group AMVETS (American Veterans) announced they would revive and reimagine the event after Rolling Thunder held its last ride in May 2019.
“We think [the name] strikes a good balance of something new, and also honoring what had been taking place here in Washington for three decades,” AMVETS National Executive Director and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Joe Chenelly said at the time.
Sadly, but unsurprisingly, Biden snubbed our Veterans.
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 30, 2021
Joe Biden ignored the Rolling To Remember rally today. Not surprised. I guess if there’s no young girls to flirt with from the stage he’s no longer doing events.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 30, 2021
Thankfully, Biden can’t shut down America’s pride for our Veterans.
Happy Memorial Day, and thank you to all who have served!
Fox News live-streamed the event, which we have for you to watch below: