Signs say National Mall closed, but immigration reform rally is a go


Charlie Spiering
Washington Examiner
Oct. 8, 2013

 A giant stage with lights and an "Immigration Reform Now" banner was set up in the center of the National Mall along with three large portable screens, despite signs and barricades proclaiming the area closed due to the government shutdown. (Photo: Charlie Spiering/For the Washington Examiner)

A giant stage with lights and an “Immigration Reform Now” banner was set up in the center of the National Mall along with three large portable screens, despite signs and barricades proclaiming the area closed due to the government shutdown. (Photo: Charlie Spiering/For the Washington Examiner)

Even though isolated barricades with “closed” signs remained on the National Mall on Tuesday, the setup for the immigration reform rally said otherwise.

A giant stage with lights and an “Immigration Reform Now” banner was set up in the center of the mall, along with three large portable screens.

On one side of the mall, more than 100 porta potties were set up for protesters who will attend the rally today.

Read more


Infowars.com Videos:


Comments are closed.