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USTrump supporters, anti-socialists, and NYC cops are planning to protest during debates

02:50  27 june  2019
02:50  27 june  2019 Source:   vox.com

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Some of them just want to get on television.

Thousands of Democratic political consultants, campaign staff, and big-dollar donors have arrived in South Florida for the party’s first presidential primary debates, held today and tomorrow. They’ve scheduled dozens of debate-watch parties and fundraisers — everywhere from union halls to country clubs to Irish pubs.

Also on tap: a few party crashers.

On Wednesday evening, at least three protests are planned outside the Adrienne Arscht Center in downtown Miami, where 24 Democratic presidential nominees will debate each other for the first time on the national state. Protesters include Trump supporters denouncing socialism and New York City cops who are mad at Mayor Bill De Blasio.

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Here are the groups of protestors you might see yelling on cable news this week:

Trump supporters on a train

A group of Trump supporters is planning a train-ride-slash-protest to the debate hall in Miami. The group, based in Broward County, just north of Miami-Dade County, plans to take the light-rail train from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale to Miami Wednesday evening at 5:30, arriving at 6:45. A return train of protesters will depart at 9:45.

The 75-minute ride is dubbed All Aboard the Trump Train, part of a “quest to tell the national television audience that South Florida is Trump country.” So there’s a good chance you’ll hear them on TV.

Trump supporters in South Florida love to get rowdy in front of the television cameras. Last time they clashed with Democratic activists in South Florida, it wasn’t pretty. Trump supporters surrounded and harassed Democratic voters outside the Broward County Supervisor of Elections office.

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Angry NYPD cops

Current and former NYPD officers are in Miami to protest one specific candidate: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, a labor union that represents 50,000 police officers and retirees, says de Blasio is pretending to be a working-class champion.

PBA president Pat Lynch told the New York Daily News that de Blasio has in recent years offered city workers low raises and cut health benefits for employees and retirees while boosting his own pay by 15 percent.

“From labor to mental health to homelessness, @BilldeBlasio’s abysmal record while running New York City should disqualify him from running the country. Voters — and de Blasio’s opponents on the debate stage — deserve to know the truth,” the union wrote on its Twitter account.

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The Republican women against socialism

A group called the Federated Republican Women of North Dade is organizing a demonstration “opposing socialism” outside the concert hall during both debate nights.

“Please join us as we remind the Socialist [sic] that we are a Free Nation and don’t accept their Tyranny in our own backyard,” they wrote on their event page.

A flyer for the event described it as a stand against the “socialist coup.”

Trump supporters, anti-socialists, and NYC cops are planning to protest during debates© Federated Republican Women of North Dade

The group, whose logo features a high-heeled shoe in the shape of Florida, will likely run into the left-wing Democrats they want to denounce. That’s because many of them will be rallying there too.

A group of environmental activists is planning to demonstrate outside the concert hall in support of a Green New Deal, the ambitious climate-change policy agenda championed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

“We’ll be rallying, playing music, and having intermittent speakers to counter the Trump protesters!” the environmental organizers wrote on the event’s Facebook page.

One of the groups organizing the rally staged a protest outside the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters in Washington, DC, on Tuesday. They called out DNC Chair Tom Perez for refusing to host a primary debate focused exclusively on climate change, which has become a central issue in the 2020 elections.

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