Wow, you ain't very smart, is you? I know this is going to hurt your little brain, especially since you think children should be kept out of school if they're going to be told to work hard and do their homework, but please bear with me. The event wasn't on the National Mall. It was on a side street that's only 1/3 as wide as the Mall. Now concentrate Adam cause here's the com-li-cated part: area is not the same thing as distance. Area = length * width. Since the width of the side street is only 1/3 the width of the Mall, the area is only going to be 1/3 of what it would be for the same distance on the Mall. In other words, in order for the rally to have had 1 million people, it would need to have covered a distance 3 times longer than the distance on the chart, which is designed for the Mall. So this rally was not even close to one million people, let alone the two million people number you made up.But go ahead and keep lying to your readers.