Twitchy has posted some great pictures of the gathering at the WWII Memorial in D.C. this morning:
Gov Palin here at WWII memorial now pic.twitter.com/dedGAEO7vR
— Peter Doocy (@pdoocy) October 13, 2013
As Twitchy reported, Gov. Sarah Palin announced that she would attend the Million Vet March in Washington, D.C. The march kicked off at 9:00 a.m. ET Sunday morning and the Spite House Barrycades fell almost immediately! Sarah Palin kept her word and was there ready and able to fight like a girl for America.
— Judge Lucas (@JudgeLucas) October 13, 2013
— Teresa Martin (@TexanCat) October 13, 2013
Gov Palin addressing Vets at WWII memorial in the rain this morning pic.twitter.com/Led9IJN70P
— Griff Jenkins (@GriffJenkins) October 13, 2013
Gov Palin at WW2 memorial pic.twitter.com/hVBoNBm5Ra
— Greta Van Susteren (@gretawire) October 13, 2013
I GOT A PICTURE WITH SARAH PALIN! pic.twitter.com/PH8KOxVFhi
— Mackenzie Lewis. (@_MackenzieLewis) October 13, 2013
Sarah Palin, Sens Mike Lee, Ted Cruz at WWII demonstration pic.twitter.com/NpU82SaNRM
— Jamie Forzato (@jamieforzato) October 13, 2013
You can see the entire collection here.
And by the way, in case you were wondering:
The veterans took care of Obama's Barrycades pic.twitter.com/8vTjxwAIOG
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) October 13, 2013
Update: Governor Palin posted the following on Facebook about the march:
We were proud to stand with thousands of America’s vets and other patriotic Americans today in Washington, D.C. This morning, Todd and I met with Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, and they joined us and other Americans at the World War II Memorial and then at the Lincoln Memorial, where we were met by a SWAT team in full riot gear! Watching those who have fought to protect freedom prevented by barricades from visiting these memorials to freedom was truly heart wrenching. Seeing the unity of the American people as they joined together and rose up against this out of touch government was an inspiration. God bless our veterans, those who continue to serve, and their families.
I’ll be posting an album of some photos from today. Below are the brief remarks I gave today:
We’re here to show that the size of America’s heart for our veterans is immeasurable! But look around – barricades to shut down our memorials? Is this how a Commander in Chief expresses his gratitude? This "shutdown" priority proves a shameful lack of respect. It reflects a person’s lack of valor.
But, Vets, We the People have learned from you! We know America will only remain the "Home of the Free" so long as we are the "Home of the Brave!"
So, as we honor you, U.S. Military, know that our gratitude will not sleep! We will be brave! You were not timid, so we shall not be timid in calling out ANY who heart-wrenchingly would use you as pawns in a political game.
America’s finest paid the price for our freedom today. Vets, you protected us from tyranny then. Rest now, it is OUR turn to protect against tyranny again.
Ronald Reagan said, "Some people live an entire lifetime wondering if they ever made a difference in the world." YOU, vets, need never ask that of yourselves. You made ALL the difference!
Our war memorials remind us of the cost to keep us free. YOU paid the price! Rest now! We will pick up the mantle. We won’t let you down. We now take up the fight for freedom!
She also posted some great photos here. Here’s a few: