Looks like they at least made local D.C. TV news. And (according to the first link) made some tourists happy.
The "CLOSED" signs have had a caveat added since they decided to let WW II veterans into their own memorial: "Except for 1st Amendment activities." While I'm not sure if visiting a memorial to the war one fought in is specifically covered by the First Amendment (at least in any different way to J. Random Citizen going to see the same memorial), Sunday's protest certainly was. Which might explain the lack of arrests -- that, and perhaps it's starting to occur to "the most transparent Administration in history" that the Emperor truly has no clothes.
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