Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch released a trailer for his documentary "We Ride to DC" on Facebook Monday.
He wrote on his post that the film is
"a full length documentary about the revival of the American spirit through what I'm calling "ride activism." I cover the BIKERS, TRUCKERS, Tea Party, Overpasses, 100% FED UP and my own ride around the country. No doubt the film motivates people to take back America."
Luke Rudkowski of "We Are Change" posted disturbing images on Instagram of the Friday arrest of Vietnam Veterans who were reading the names of veterans who died in the Vietnam war.
Closing off access to the War Memorials in D.C. has been widely dubbed "Barrycades," referring to President Barack Obama. Although Congress sought to restart funding for the national parks, veterans' services and the city of Washington, D.C., "Democrats remained mostly united against the funding bills," as reported by NBC.
The Examiner previously reported that the shutdown of the parks and the war memorials has politics written all over it, as
"privately owned concessions have been told to 'cease operations,' even if they do not accept money from the federal government. Additionally, many of the moves by the National Park Service have been implemented at an 'increased expense to taxpayers,' such as adding guards and barriers to monuments where none existed previously."
The patriot groups that have surfaced in recent months have touched a chord with those who feel strongly that the country is going in a catastrophic direction. Truckers Ride For The Constitution, 2 Million Bikers to DC, Overpasses for Obama's Impeachment and the Million Vet March on the Memorials are just some of the groups that are determined to exercise their First Amendment rights and petition the government in a peaceful way to demand that the Constitution be restored.