Black Lives Matter leader arrested in anti-Trump protests in Manhattan: “Get your [expletive] hands off of me.”

Black Lives Matter leader arrested in anti-Trump protests in
Manhattan: “Get your [expletive] hands off of me.” 1

MANHATTAN, NY – Over the weekend, supporters of President Donald Trump organized a caravan that drove through New York City to show their support for the president. 

The event was so large that officials in New Jersey reported that there was traffic backups that were roughly up to five miles at one point. 

And in turn, members of Black Lives Matter wanted to counterprotest in Manhattan, since they believed the caravan would be going through there. 

Several people were arrested for rioting and disobeying lawful orders from police, one of them, a leader of the Greater New York Chapter of Black Lives Matter.

Walter “Hawk” Newsome, the President of the Black Lives Matter group in New York, was among the group of counter protesters that were angry that people supported the President and had to make his voice heard. 

If he, and the other people that were arrested, just kept to voicing their opinions instead of committing crimes, he would not have been arrested.

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Instead, Newsome was accused by police, of pushing into the crowd of police officers trying to maintain calm.  Newsome reportedly said:

“Get your [expletive] hands off of me.”

Newsome was arrested, along with several others, for violating the orders given by police to stay on the sidewalk and not stop vehicular traffic in the roadway.  The event was also apparently heavily attended by the likes of Antifa.

Drew Hernandez who attended the event was able to capture at least one woman acting in an erratic manner.  She said:

“I hope ALL of your children [police] get raped and killed.  You all are a [expletive] disgrace to society!”

In another video on twitter, Hernandez captured who seems to be the same woman going off on someone who was trying to get the anti-Trump crowd energized.In another video, also captured by Hernandez, a woman, who seems to be the same one from earlier, begins chastising another member of Antifa who is trying to get the people organized. 

The woman yells:

“You only want to protest when the MAGA people are here.”

The woman then points at a crowd that includes police and insinuates that they are the problem.  She said:

“That’s the MAGA people.  That’s the Proud Boys.  That’s the Proud Boys.  You’re also dumb as hell.”

 On November 1st, police gave numerous orders for the protesters to disperse, and of course, they were all ignored.  NYPD announced the following statement repeatedly on a loud speaker:

“If you remain in the roadway and refuse to use the available sidewalk you will be subject to arrest.”

This left the NYPD with little choice but to start moving in and making arrests while getting the crowd to disperse. 

Of course these groups (Antifa and other spoiled brats) do not like being told what to do and think they can behave in any manner that they want, unlike a civil society.  Video shows protesters moving in on police while shouting “[expletive] you pigs!” 

Well, members of the group tried to allege that members of the media were arrested during the protests.  A claim that was denied by the New York Police Department who said:

“All arrested individuals from today’s protests have been verified not to be NYPD credentials members of the press.”

Those that attended the protest of Pro-Trump supporters claimed some type of victory in stopping the caravan in Madison Square Park.  Truth is that the caravan never made it there because of the large amount of people that were participating stalled traffic for roughly five miles. 

According to CNN, there were hundreds of vehicles that took part in the Trump caravan throughout the New York metropolitan area.  Freelance reporter Yuki Iwamura told CNN:

“Some people got out of their cars and started chanting, but NY state troopers were also on the bridge also telling the cars to move along.  It was a very interesting to see a lot of Trump supporters in New York.  Even if they weren’t in Manhattan, it was rare for me to see that many Trump supporters in New York.”

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October 30, 20020

PHILADELPHIA, PA- We already know that the Black Lives Matter and Antifa factions don’t know how to play nicely with people who go against their agendas.

Now it appears they can’t even play well with each other.

Apparently, the leadership on both sides broke out into a disagreement in Philadelphia Tuesday night over who would lead a protest. Following a skirmish, the two factions separated and went their own ways.

 Savannah Hernandez tweeted:

“Current scene in Philadelphia where a couple hundred BLM/ANTIFA came to march for Walter Wallace. Inner fighting between the two groups resulted in the two marches splitting off.”

The battle led to the destruction of at least one Black Lives Matter flag by a person wearing the typical BLM protestor outfit of black bloc. The argument seemed to be have been sparked when an agreement couldn’t be reached regarding the direction the protesters should take.

Journalist Elijah Schaffer tweeted a different take of the battle.

“PHILLY: black bloc anarchists, black lives matter, & socialists get into a fight over who should lead the protest and where to head.  They were actively pushing press back to prevent people from filming.”

The second night of protests turned violent as BLM protesters turned their aggression onto patrolling police officers, striking them with numerous objects, even hitting one officer with a truck. They also looted stores and set fires.

Schaffer said protesters were also seen attempting to block the video recording.

The protesting came after two officers shot and killed an armed black man. Video shot by a witness showed the officer-involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia on Monday, October 26.

In the video captured on a cell phone, you can see Wallace approaching two police officers around a car and into a street. The officers ordered him repeatedly to drop the knife.

The video shows Wallace refusing to comply and keep approaching the retreating officers with the knife extended toward the police. Multiple shots ring out and Wallace falls to the ground.

Following the shots, a responding police officer loaded Wallace into a vehicle and drove him to the hospital. Wallace later died from his wounds.

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