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The National Park Service had reportedly estimated around 1.2 million people attended the rally.
Patriots protested against Obamacare, cap and trade, the bankster bailout, and unchecked federal government power
The majority of the time, IE the time passed during the day, NOT the time passed during the video, (there is a MASSIVE difference as 80% of the day takes up only 30% of the video) has been sampled every 3 to 4 minutes to hurry it along, down to every 60 seconds for the actual march to portray the movement properly.
The shortest time span between frames here is 60 seconds despite the source being updated every 2 seconds. All frames were captured manually by me as .PNG files, extended to 1/3 second long and stitched together at 30FPS. Yes, that's how I spent my morning... sitting on my ass pushing a button.
So... framerate = 30 to satisfy YouTube's algorithms, visible framerate = 1/3 of that as 10FPS is taken up displaying the same image. Total running time approx 40 sec, total time represented = 3.5 hours.
The New York Times says the police declined to estimate the crowd — or rather the corporate media declined to report it — because the number was around two million, the largest protest in the capitol’s history.
The protest out-numbered Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963. That march was estimated at around 200,000 people.