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Undocumented immigrants are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Belinda Bee
A motorcycle rally prompted by a Muslim group's plan to march on the Mall will go forward on the day the D.C. area and the nation mark 12 years since the Sept. 11 terrorism attacks.
"It was," she said, noting that the focus was eventually broadened.
"We apologize to D.C. residents, but they had plenty of time to help us with this rally," said Belinda Bee, national coordinator for the 2 Million Bikers to DC rally, referring to federal and local authorities. "We realized there was going to be a lot of traffic. We would have gotten through town in two hours. For some reason the powers that be in D.C. no longer feel Americans have the right to voice an opinion."