Underwhelming crowd at Stop the NRA March

Anti NRA poster
Photo credit: Daily Caller

While the list of organizations behind the Stop the NRA March and protest against gun violence held Thursday appeared to be impressive, the crowd of people that actually showed up – not so much.

Participating organizations included Public Campaign, Occupy the NRA, CREDO, Every Child Matters, Moveon, United For Change, USA, New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, The Other 98%, and We Act Radio, according to the Washington-Examiner.

Crowd numbers were estimated at 60 to 100, depending on who was counting, with the higher number noted as a “generous estimation” by the Examiner, which also included media.

Shepard Fairey – the designer who ran afoul of the law when he created the famous Obama ‘Hope’ poster – debuted a new anti-NRA poster for the event, shown above right. He was not present at the protest.

The pictures of the protest are shown below.

Anti NRA protest 1
Photo credit: Washington-Examiner
Anti NRA protest 2
Photo credit: Washington-Examiner


Anti NRA protest 3
Photo credit: Washington-Examiner




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