Twitter, HRC Mock 'Crowd' at NOM's March for Marriage

The Human Rights Campaign joined in the fun, taking aim at the antigay organization's meagerly attended March for Marriage.

BY Sunnivie Brydum

June 19 2014 1:02 PM ET

HRC captured the scope of NOM's March for Marriage.

The National Organization for Marriage's much-touted March for Marriage descended on Washington, D.C., today, supposedly featuring thousands of Americans who support what the group calls "traditional marriage," between one man and one woman. 

But despite a full-court press from NOM and its antigay allies encouraging Americans to stand up against the so-called gay agenda, it appears the actual turnout at the march is less than massive. Nevertheless, the organization is live-streaming today's event, which can be watched live here.

LGBT activists are already hijacking NOM's Twitter hashtag #March4Marriage, and even the Human Rights Campaign joined in to openly mock the meager attendance at the supposed morality rally: 

Here are some of our favorite responses to HRC's tweet showing the scope of the "crowd," along with some of the snarkiest pro-LGBT comments on the highjacked #March4Marriage hashtag:

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