Biden Rejects Permit To Veteran Motorcycle Group For Memorial Day Event In DC
This guy is a complete joke and a waste of an “elected official”.
Honestly, most of them are, but this guy wasn’t even elected by the people, he was elected by a computer system.
For so long now people have had to cancel a variety of events. We’ve canceled school, we’ve canceled indoor gatherings, outdoor gatherings. We’ve canceled being able to eat food inside of a building we’ve canceled being able to eat food outside of the building unless you are buddies with one of the tyrannical governors, then you are more than welcome to do something like that. Concerts have been canceled, rallies have been canceled, and all in the name of public health…or at least that’s what they say.
Now you might recall a biker group known as the Rolling Thunder they’ve actually change their name to Rolling to Remember. This group was planning on doing a motorcycle ride through Washington DC on Memorial Day which would ultimately end at the Pentagon. This is something that they have done for many years and now Joe Biden thinks that they shouldn’t be allowed to do that this year. This is something that has gone on for 30 years it even happened last year even though we were going through the pandemic.
According to the Washington Free Beacon,
The Biden administration denied event permits for the Rolling to Remember motorcycle ride held every year for the past 30 years in Washington, D.C., prompting outrage in Congress.
The charity event, formerly known as Rolling Thunder, is a Memorial Day hallmark in the city, bringing scores of veterans and others to the area to commemorate war veterans, including prisoners of war and those missing in action.
The event was jeopardized at the last moment after the Pentagon declined to issue a permit allowing the group to gather in its parking lot, citing restrictions associated with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Biden administration officials “refused to talk with event organizers” and “refused to respond to Congress about this topic,” according to Rep. Darrel Issa (R., Calif.), who was one of several members to petition the Pentagon in April to approve the event.
The Pentagon approved the permit in March and then rescinded the decision this week without any explanation, according to Issa and Rep. Ken Calvert (R., Calif.), who also criticized the Biden administration’s decision.
There’s honestly no good reason why they shouldn’t be able to do this period. They do not know how many of these bikers have been vaccinated. They do not know if they’ve already had the virus. They’re also going to be outside riding on bikes. There is no need form asks for social distancing if you’re riding a motorcycle this is idiotic. So forward the Biden administration to say no to this is just an exercise of power and virtue signaling just like he did recently with see photographs taken with Jimmy Carter and his wife.