As they say, actions speak louder than words. Despite Biden always addressing the military,
A veteran biker group formerly known as Rolling Thunder has changed their name to Rolling to Remember.
On Memorial Day, this group of veterans was planning to ride through Washington, DC, and end their ride at the Pentagon. This had been their routine for years.
But this year, they will be unable to do so.
The Biden administration recently denied event permits for the Rolling to Remember motorcycle ride that has been held every year without fail, for the past 30 years.
This motorcycle ride has been a charity event held on Memorial Day for years in DC. It brought people together to commemorate all war veterans, including those who became prisoners of war and those who are missing in action.
Back in March, the Pentagon had approved the permit for the group to gather in the parking lot. But all of a sudden this week, they decided to rescind the permit. The reason used was — once again — the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
According to California Representative Darrel Issa, Biden administration officials “refused to talk with event organizers” and “refused to respond to Congress about this topic.”