Does this photo show over a million people at the protest that took place on November 14 in downtown Washington D.C. in support of Donald Trump? No, that's not true: The image is actually from a 2006 pro-immigration protest in Dallas, Texas. President Trump has stated there were "tens of thousands" of people at the rally on Saturday.
The photo appeared in a Facebook post (archived here) where it was published by Marie DeRiso shortly after the protest. It was accompanied by following text:
D.C. today 🥰🥰🥰
Media said 5 thousand, they must've been on a side street. 😁 There were over a million❤
This is what the post looked like on Facebook at the time of writing:
(Source: Facebook screenshot taken on Sun Nov 15 10:37:38 2020 UTC)
The text of the post directly contradicts President Trump's own assertion that there were "tens of thousands of people":
The Fake News Media hardly even discussed the tens of thousands of people that came to D.C. Formed organically, and in many parts of the Country! https://t.co/wVsDx6GeGc-- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2020
But more importantly, the photo is actually from a 2006 protest in Dallas about immigration rights.