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Anti-Cop Protest Turns Violent in Bklyn; AOC Tweets Her Support of Fare Beating

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Brooklyn was stunned by several anti-police protests held apparently by members of “Black Lives Matter” and other socialist groups , where participants chanted about punching police, blocked traffic, defaced police cars and ran on to the subway without paying. Photo Credit: You Tube

By Jared Evan

Brooklyn was stunned by several anti-police protests held apparently by members of “Black Lives Matter” and other socialist groups , where participants chanted about punching police, blocked traffic, defaced police cars and ran on to the subway without paying. Meanwhile, NYC’s controversial socialist representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez actually tweeted support of the violent marauders.

The radicals began their violent activities on Friday night as a response to two recent police incidents where African American youths were arrested in the subway system and police caught on camera used some strong hold tactics, including one youth being punched during one of the melees. In one incident police pushed the doors open on a subway car to go after fare beaters, and in another incident (where the punch took place) the police were responding to fighting on the platform.

The NY Post reported: “the demonstrations were sparked by a viral video showing police officers trying to break up a fight between teens at the Jay Street-Metro Tech subway station”

The anti-police hooligans were also protesting the decision made by the city to add 500 more police into the subway system and crack down on fare beating.

The thuggery began Thursday, Halloween night, in Brownsville as mobs pelted NYPD squad cars with boxes, trash and eggs, then mocked officers, “Trick or treat, motherf–kers!”, The N.Y Post reported.

Some police cars were marred with graffiti that read “F–k NYPD.”

The chaos continued Friday as protesters holding signs that said “F–k the police” and “NYPD KKK” tore through Downtown Brooklyn.

The demonstration formed soon after 7 PM last Friday on the streets near the Barclays Center, with protesters unfurling large banners that read “F—k the police” and “Don’t let these pigs touch us.”, Fox News reported.

The lawbreakers then charged the Hoyt-Schemerhorn station ,as a mob of shrieking collectivists, and hopped turnstiles as they flipped obscene gestures toward members of New York’s Finest, The Post pointed out.

AOC came out swinging in favor of fare beating on Twitter last Saturday after the Brooklyn protests.

“Arresting people who can’t afford a $2.75 fare makes no one safer and destabilizes our community. New Yorkers know that, they’re not having it, and they’re standing up for each other”, the radical socialist congresswoman tweeted.

“Ending mass incarceration means challenging a system that jails the poor to free the rich”, AOC incoherently tweeted.

The anti-police mob went all out to protest on behalf of a trouble maker who may have been inappropriately punched by the police, however not a word was uttered by the “Black Lives Matter” cult about the 7 year old African American girl, dressed in a bee costume, who remains in critical condition in a Chicago hospital as a result of a stray bullet from a gang banger, while out trick or treating in the gang infested streets of the “Windy City.”

Apparently, the police punching a teenager who may have resisting arrest and starting a melee on the subway, was more important to the group concerned with “black lives” than an innocent 7-year-old who was critically injured by gang culture.

The Chicago Sun-Times reported that the shooter (a minor) appeared in Cook County juvenile court Saturday. The judge ordered the young thug held in custody at least through the weekend.

The teen is charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm in the attack Thursday evening. He isn’t being named because he’s a juvenile.

Police say they believe it was a gang-related shooting and that a 30-year-old man was the target.

Back in New York City, police are becoming hesitant to get involved with the marauding anti-police cretins.

‘Cops are hesitant — they’re second guessing themselves,” Sergeants Benevolent Association president Ed Mullins told The Post. “These anti-police protests are growing,” he said, but “cops don’t want to engage. Because they fear that if it goes bad, the NYPD is not going to back them.”

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