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Obama Won't Allow Tea Party Rally Without Seeing Website


From Gateway Pundit:

The Tea Party Patriots were planning a rally in Washington DC on Wednesday  June 19th. But they ran into a wall. The Capitol Police want to see  their websites first.

Kevin Mooneyhan from the Tea Party Patriots described this latest Tea Party  challenge:

Below is the timeline of events surrounding our June 19th rally at the  Capitol. We haven’t done anything to publicize this event yet because we  wanted to make sure we had the permit in hand. You know, follow the  rules, do the right thing, etc.

Event Date: June 19, 2013         Permit Submitted:  5/22/2013 via fax

Officer Brown contacted me on 5/23 to ask me 2  questions If we would have a banner and if so what the  dimensions would be and how we would hang it.

If we were going to have buses and to make sure that we coordinated   with  Union Station since the Capitol couldn’t accommodate buses.

The impression that I got was that it would likely be approved in a   few  days. She told me, “Hopefully the next time you hear from me, it   will be to  let you know that the permit is approved.”

The following Tuesday, 5/28/13 I reached out to Officer Brown for an   update  and she told me that it had been submitted upstairs for approval   and that 3  sargeants still had to sign off on it. She didn’t know when   the final approval  would be.

June 4, 2013: I contacted Officer Brown again to   inquire  about the status. She told me that it wasn’t submitted to the   higher ups until  last Friday, May 31, 2013. This contradicted the   earlier phone call. She said  she would follow up on it and contact me   later this afternoon. I didn’t  confront her about the conflict of   information because at the time I didn’t  have the exact dates of when I   communicated with her. But her comments made me  suspicious, which is why   I went back to look at the  dates that I made contact.

June 4, 2013: I reached out to some contacts I have   on in  Congressional offices to see if there was anyway that they could   help speed  along the process. The response they received from Captiol   Police was that  they wouldn’t speak to them because they weren’t the   party who submitted the  application.

June, 4 2013: Jerry Bell contacted me to inquire about the  permit.         Questions asked:         ** Is the purpose of your event  to promote government accountability?         My answer was yes. This was  also indicated on the application         ** Have you ever had an event on  Capitol grounds before? If so, when was the last one?         My answer was  yes and March of 2012.         ** Have you ever had any opposition to your  cause show up at these events in the past?         My answer – possibly. If  there was any opposition it was a small amount. Nothing ever escalated beyond  civil conversation.         ** Do you know of any opposition that will be at  your June 19th event?         My answer – not at this time because we haven’t  publicized the event yet   because we wanted to make sure we secured the permit  first.         ** Have you invited any members of Congress to the June 19th  event?         My answer – I have informed some Members of Congress, but  official   invites have not been extended because we are waiting for approval of   the permit.         ** Does your organization have any social media  sites like Twitter or Instagram? I know that you have a Facebook page.         My response – yes we do, but I’m not sure why this is relevant to the  application.

Then he thanked me for my answers. Then I asked when he thought it   might be  approved and I went into details about this permit, including   the timeline of  events, and he asked me to submit the timeline to him in   writing.

June 4, 2013: Officer Brown called me back to follow   up  from this morning. She said the permit still hasn’t been submitted,   it still  needs to be signed off on, but she sees no reason why it   wouldn’t be approved.  She then said it would be okay to go ahead and   send out invitations to the  event.

A copy of this permit is attached. You can see in the “Timeliness of    Application” section that it states, “Applications must be submitted at   least  one hundred twenty (120) hours, or five (5)         days, in advance of the  activity to guarantee processing. Applications   will be accepted up to one (1)  year in advance. Additionally,   demonstration applications must satisfy all  requirements stated herein   before processing can be completed; therefore it is  imperative that the   spokesperson responds promptly to all queries from the  Special Events   Coordinator.” This seems to indicate that it shouldn’t take  more than 5   days to receive an approval or denial of the application. It has  been   nearly 2 weeks for this application and still no approval or denial.

More… Event Date: October 12,  2013             Permit Submitted: April 29,  2013         We also applied for another permit for 10/12/13 and  haven’t heard   anything back about that permit. That permit was submitted by  Darcy   Parker of Tea Party Patriots on 4/29/2013. On 5/1/2013, she called to    ensure they received the application. On 5/9/2013 she called and spoke   to  Officer Nichols who indicated the application was received, but there   was no  way to tell when we would hear back about it. That is the last   communication  we have had regarding that permit. This permit has been   outstanding for over 5  weeks and we still haven’t heard anything.


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