I was offline for most of the afternoon and early evening — and just learned that the nutroots are claiming that the screenshot of the 9/12 march in D.C. that I posted — taken from a livecam of the event that I linked to here — is somehow “fake.”
The claim is that the shot came from the Kennedy procession or a previous left-wing protest and that the flag at half-mast proves that it was “fake.”
Newsflash for the clueless: Flags were still at half-mast earlier today in honor of the murder victims of the 9/11 jihadi attacks.
Guess the 9/11-was-an-inside jobbers are still that much in denial.
Yes, this is real:
And so is this:
(hat tip: Allahpundit)
Shut your eyes at your own peril.
More “fake” photos via El Marco:
And from reader Hardtorn:
Let’s go back to the screenshot:
Reader Rosemary e-mailed a link to USAToday’s National Mall/crowd estimate schematic, which it published in January to show how the Park Service estimated inaugural crowd attendance. It’s a helpful guide:
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