World Pro-Trump rally in NYC leads to violent clashes

12:26  26 october  2020
12:26  26 october  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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Family describes violent attack by protesters at ‘Jews for Trump ’ rally in New York City A family of seven -- including four children -- said they were pepper-sprayed by violent rioters on Sunday while The encounter was one of many violent confrontations between the rally 's participants and protesters.

U.S. New york Donald Trump Protests Police. Altercations between Trump supporters and counter protesters turned violent in New York City on Sunday, resulting in seven arrests during the afternoon's Jews for Trump rally .

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Family describes violent attack by protesters at ‘Jews for Trump’ rally in New York City

A family of seven -- including four children -- said they were pepper-sprayed by violent rioters on Sunday while participating in a “Jews For Trump” rally in New York City.

A member of the family told Fox News that the unprovoked attack happened while the family was driving down Fifth Avenue with the car windows down and Trump flags displayed.

The man, who wished to remain anonymous, said a car pulled up next to them and unleashed pepper spray into their vehicle.

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Violence erupted at a “Make America Great Again” rally in California when supporters of Trump clashed with a group of counter-protesters. Scuffle breaks out between Pro - Trump and Anti-Trump protesters during a "Make America Great Again" rally at Huntington Beach, Calif.

Supporters of Donald Trump clashed with counter-protesters at a rally in the famously left-leaning city of Berkeley, California, on a day of mostly peaceful gatherings in support of the U.S. president across the country. At a park in Berkeley, across the bay from San Francisco, protesters from both sides

"Immediately the kids started crying and screaming and I jumped out of the car after I was peppered [sic] sprayed as well," the man said.

The encounter was one of many violent confrontations between the rally's participants and protesters. The Jewish Telegraph Agency reported that a convoy was to take place in several Orthodox Jewish communities ahead of a planned event in Brooklyn’s Marine Park organized by Boris Epshteyn, an advisor to the Trump campaign and co-chair of Jewish Voices for Trump. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON OUR TOP STORY.

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Clashes broke out between hundreds of protesters and counter-protesters at rallies in Berkley, California, as supporters and opponents of US President Eleven people were injured, Berkeley police said, adding that one person was stabbed amid the clashes . Police also arrested at least 21 people.

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With the possibility of Barrett, a conservative jurist, joining the bench and giving the Court a 6-3 conservative majority, Republicans are hopeful that the Supreme Court would rule in favor of ignoring the ballots received after Election Day.

Democrats, on the other hand, are decrying Barrett’s confirmation as a political act by President Trump to help him maintain the White House in a race that shows him consistently losing in the polls and as “voter suppression” tactic. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

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Pro - Trump rallies turn violent . Things got heated as several pro - Trump protesters took to the streets around the US and were met by counter-demonstrators. Violence erupts at rallies , protests (15 Videos). Pro - Trump rallies turn violent . Protesters, white nationalists brawl in California.

Violence erupting at Trump rally when pro and anti Trump protestors collide. Pro - Trump demonstrators yell slogans during protest against the travel ban imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order, at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, U.S

California, which has endured its worst wildfire season in history, is bracing for the most dangerous winds of the year, a forecast that prompted the largest utility to announce plans to cut power Sunday to nearly 1 million people to guard against its equipment sparking new blazes.

The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings, watches and advisories from the central and south Rocky Mountains into the Plains and even down toward West Texas and Oklahoma.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Zeta is gathering strength in the Gulf of Mexico and may reach Category 1 status by Monday before coming ashore somewhere between Florida’s western panhandle and Louisiana by mid-week, according to the National Weather Service. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

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Back in the habit! Nuns attend President Trump's rally in Michigan .
President Donald Trump addressed The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary from the city of Hartland who attended his campaign rally in Waterford Township, Michigan, on FridayWhile speaking to the crowd that rallied at Oakland International Airport in Waterford Township about his bout of COVID-19, Trump directly addressed The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary from Hartland.

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