Klayman – From Millions to Hundreds

Larry Klayman organized a rally where the number of speakers barely outnumbered the number of attendees :-)

Fascinating pictures at Right Wing Watch

Larry Klayman predicted that his rally calling for the overthrow of President Obama would draw “millions to occupy Washington D.C.” and that those millions would “occupy parks, sidewalks, public areas” until the president leaves office. In the end, no more than a hundred people showed up for today’s big event.

People sound confused and disappointed

Beverly Morrison; where is everyone. I had hoped we would have something like the egyptians when they threw out morsi. How sad that more people aren’t there.

Such high hopes. Apparently not that many Americans agree with Klayman somewhat reality deprived views of our President.

On November 19, 2013, a day that will hopefully live on in the history of our once great republic, I call upon millions of Americans who have been appalled and disgusted by Obama’s criminality – his Muslim, socialist, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-white, pro-illegal immigrant, pro-radical gay and lesbian agenda – among other outrages, to descend on Washington, D.C., en masse, and demand that he leave town and resign from office if he does not want to face prison time.

Read more at the Raw Story, the news sites apparently were not impressed by the showing as I cannot find much of any real info.

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4 thoughts on “Klayman – From Millions to Hundreds

  1. Not suprising. The get millions to attend would involve a momumental undertaking of enouromous effort.

  2. Certainly for the issues raised by Klayman..

    But Klayman is not finished

    Klayman described the rally as the first day of the second American Revolution. At the event, a George Washington impersonator presented the grievances of the coalition in the form of a repurposed Declaration of Independence. The demands included seeing President Obama’s birth certificate, not George Washington said, the “photocopied version,” repealing the Affordable Care Act, and allowing witnesses from Benghazi to give their accounts. Klayman said that if President Obama does not adhere to their demands by Black Friday, Nov. 29, the day that traditionally marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, the protestors would have no choice but to attempt to force him out of office.

    Force him out of office… Right…

  3. From someone who attended

    The revolution was so dull and full of hateful rhetoric that I felt my brain start to melt. It wasn’t even a good kinda bad. It was just bad. The attendees looked bored and unmotivated. The speakers and singers were completely uninteresting. At one point, I walked across the street to the White House to see if I could hear the sound system. Nope. They didn’t even disturb the pigeons. I really can’t imagine anybody walking away from that feeling excited and passionate about anything, let alone overthrowing a democratically elected President. But then, I’m not the target audience – I try to employ logic in my daily life. The most enjoyable part of the day was watching the bewilderment of those just passing through the square. “It’s a protest, I think. No, I can’t tell what its for

    Combine that with the hatred found at some birther report sites and you get an idea of the level of losers these birthers have reached.

    It could not have happened to a nicer person.

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