Washington Times says Operation American Spring is a Flop

I knew the media was going to do this. They only acknowledge these protests if they can put a negative spin on them and make it sound like they were a complete failure.

Hello? It’s FRIDAY. Some Americans still have jobs and can’t afford to take a day off.

Many have to drive a long way and aren’t there—YET.

At least wait until Sunday before you say it was a dismal failure.  The press did the same thing when the truckers went to Washington and lied about the number of participants. 

An operation like this is never a complete failure. It will always have benefits that may not at first be apparent and may be a catalyst for something MUCH bigger.  It still serves to raise awareness at the very least.  ~ BP


Operation American Spring, billed as a Friday morning multi-million patriot march on Washington, D.C., to oust leadership from the nation’s capital — from President Obama to House Speaker John Boeher — has proven woefully below expectations.

“It’s a very dismal turnout,” said Jackie Milton, 61, a Jacksboro, Texas, resident and the head of Texans for Operation American Spring, to The Washington Times. He said hopes were high when he arrived in Alexandria, Va., a day or so ago and found motels and hotels were sold out for 30 miles around.

But weather’s dampened turnout a bit, he said.

“We were getting over two inches of rain in hour in parts of Virginia this morning,” Mr. Milton said. “Now it’s a nice sunny day. But this is a very poor turnout. It ain’t no millions. And it ain’t looking like there’s going to be millions. Hundreds is more like it.”

Operation American Spring was billed as far back as six months ago as a rally call for patriotic Americans to force leaders in Washington, D.C., to return to a more limited and constitutional style of governance — and to oust those leaders who weren’t listening. Among the group’s targets: Mr. Obama and Mr. Boehner, as well as Attorney General Eric Holder, Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, vice president Joe Biden and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

Initial projections were for between 10 million and 30 million to come from around the nation and converge on the downtown capital city streets outside the White House and Capitol Building — a number the organizer of the event, Army Col. Harry Riley, called optimistic yet doable, given one million militia had already agreed to come.

Mr. Riley’s reasons for the event, as stated in previously published accounts: “We are calling for [their] removal … as a start toward constitutional restoration. They have all abandoned the U.S. Constitution, are unworthy to be retained in a position that calls for servant status.”

On Friday, the mission may have been the same — but the body count hardly as expected or wished.

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8 thoughts on “Washington Times says Operation American Spring is a Flop

  1. pearler says:

    Not to late to git you a bumper sticker,t-shirt,coffee mug,caps ;).
    Great marketing ploy should net the boys on top a million apiece;).
    I will just save my money ,stay home and wait for the aroma of gun powder;). Then I will be right with ya :)!!!Promise.

    • Time for Annie Oakley, Have Gun Will Travel, Gunsmoke and all the good guys to be here. Hmmm, I wonder what John Wayne would say about now? I’m not harrassing, but pearler started it!! 😀

  2. James says:

    The Washington Times is a very conservative paper and would try to make something like this look good if there was a real chance. The fact they did not shows what a disaster the march was.

    Regarding the fact it was a Friday and people have to work. D.C. has been the site of numerous marches on week days that have been much more successful than this.

    The only one for whom this is a success is the guy who makes money selling items which may be his main intent.

  3. Rich Buckley says:

    Ultimately the test for success or failure will be if the achieve their ends non-violently, not what the newspapers have to say. However, as a back up to who telling the truth and who isn’t just go to our always on publicly accessible Liv Cams apparently provided by the US around Washington DC. Compare the time stamps with the time stamps on OAS’s Live Cams and you can quickly judge the numbers actually there compared to the “bunch-up around the photographer” set up shots. Just Google the mass of live cams all over Washington.

    Expect perhaps the official Government live cams are being faked scenes. But even so, there will be ways to compare. Trucks in the back ground, flags blowing on the flag poles Or Not, you get the idea.

  4. hocuspocus13 says:

    Give it time…

  5. Any Action’s better than No Action! ☮ ❤ ツ Thank You for all your hard work…very informative blog! Power to THE PEOPLE! WE WILL WIN!

  6. You’re right, BP. Many people are working, and maybe they just couldn’t make it, right then. But what would you like to bet that the ‘rain’ was created especially for them, to deter the turnout. Just sayin’ but it does make sense. We ‘know’ how they work. Much love… ❤

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