Outraged that WWII Veterans were barry-caded from visiting memorials, thousands of Americans took matters into their own hands.
Organizing what was to be a 1 million strong march across Washington turned out to be even better than that.
People of all walks of life collected the fences used for barry-cades and walked them to the fence out front of the U.S. Capitol.
Below is a collection of posts you probably have already seen. But, either way, you probably want to see them again and again.
#Benghazi #1MVetMarch #Americans “@jodster36: #1MVetMarch didn’t forget #Benghazi .. God Bless pic.twitter.com/9Qv7agHzbh”
— Elle (@ellejaii) October 13, 2013
#BARRY-CADES DOWN. WE HAVE ARRIVED. #1MVetMarch pic.twitter.com/5mlutXWjVe
— Melissa (@MelissaRNMBA) October 13, 2013
Really @CNN what were u mocking today regarding #1MVetMarch , the flag or the Segway ? Oh, it’s his 2 missing legs. pic.twitter.com/7LUhBmAAGn
— kathy fischer (@cwitch1961) October 13, 2013
PHOTO: Police helping protestors to move the barricades around WWII memorial in Washington pic.twitter.com/6nxrdzFbt4 #1MVetMarch
— grasswire (@grasswire) October 13, 2013
“@JudgeLucas: Incredible image from #1MVetMarch pic.twitter.com/6evUDLB878” #obama #TearDownThisWall
— ~mððnie (@mmmoonie) October 13, 2013