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District of Columbia Tag

Rolling to Remember is a group and an event, formerly known as Rolling Thunder. It's made up of American veterans who ride their motorcycles into Washington, DC every year to remember their fallen, POW, and MIA brothers and sisters. The event is a tradition that has been going on for years, but this year has hit a roadblock. The Biden administration has denied their permit.

Unlike the BLM and Antifa mobs that rioted and burned their way through American cities for much of last year, many of the people involved in the Capitol riot of January 6th are sitting in jail. One man who is being held even claims he has been beaten by jail guards.

Two black teenage girls have been charged with the carjacking and murder of 66-year-old Pakistani immigrant Mohammad Anwar.  Anwar was an Uber Eats driver, and the girls, aged 13 and 15, reportedly used a stun gun (or taser, reports vary) on him and then drove off with him still trying to pull the girl in the driver's seat out of his car.

On Saturday, supporters of President Trump gathered in Washington DC to protest an election that certainly looks suspect and to support the candidate they believe lawfully won. While we don't yet have an official attendance tally for the #MillionMAGAMarch, it is abundantly clear that thousands, perhaps tens—or even hundreds—of thousands, rallied to support Trump and his efforts to have every legal vote counted.