Skip to comments.Million Vet March at the WWII Memorial LIVE now!
Posted on 10/13/2013 7:46:43 AM PDT by FR_addict
I found a live link to the Million Vet March going on now!
Got it loaded too.It’s the same stream, best I can tell. So now we have two ways to see the march.
One just went down, but then it came back up.
The live streaming just went off.
The live video stream says that some vets have taken barricades from the Lincoln Memorial and are carrying them to the White House.
It goes off sometimes, since it is just an individual trying to keep us informed. He just mentioned the disconnections, but he says he will keep the feed live as well as he can.
They are on their way to the White House.
They booed Marine One when it flew overhead.
Taking down more barricades.
Thanks, I just went to the 2nd link...they are taking the barracades to the White House
Viewership is rocketing. This is interesting.
(even if somewhat routine, at the moment)
Thanks, They plan to barricade the White House!
Looks like its the same stream, only from different webpages.
About to pass 100,000 viewers on that streaming video, and climbing (fast)...
(except when his broadcast gets knocked offline every once in a while)
Crowds getting bigger, for the walk.
Thank you so much for this thread. When I saw the first barrackade being toted to the Spite House, I started laughing, and haven’t stopped.
Thanks for posting the number of viewers.
We can be there is spirit at least! Go Vets Go!
Oh I might be misunderstanding.
There are actually two totals in the lower left. They are both growing (fast) but the total at the moment is:
12,620 / 108,000
That might be 12,000 viewers, 108,000. Whatever it’s growing quickly.
Man in crowd:
Disgrace to America! Communist in White House!
Heard that too...the live commentary is awesome! P*ss on the communist media for ignoring this!
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