Boston Police: "We had 40K standing tall against bigotry & hatred in our city & that's a good feeling"
Fox News (Fake News): It was violent FAUX NOOZ LIES.
Out of 40,000 people, 33 arrested. And the hooligans who disrespected the police were probably outside agitators who came to make Boston look bad. They didn't succeed.
Boston made Massachusetts and America proud:
"A total of 33 arrests were made Saturday, mostly from disorderly conduct and a few assaults on police officers, the Boston Police Department announced. Police Commissioner William Evans said at a news conference this afternoon that some urine-filled bottles were thrown at officers, and police indicated on Twitter that some demonstrators were throwing rocks at police.
But for the most part, Evans said, the day of direct action went off smoothly as police planned, with very little injury and property damage.
"Overall I thought we got the First Amendment people in, we got them out, no one got hurt, no one got killed," he said.
Police did stop three people with ballistic vests and a gun, Evans said, "but we were lucky to get those three out of here and confiscate the vests." Evans said roughly 40,000 people descended on Boston Saturday, "standing tall against hatred and bigotry in our city, and that's a good feeling."
He added that he wished the "trouble makers stayed away," who he said weren't there for either the free speech side or the counterprotesters' side, but "were here just to cause problems."
Evans said that "99.9 percent of the people here were for the right reasons -- that's to fight bigotry and hate."
Saturday, August 19, 2017
What happened in Boston today was a peaceful demonstration AGAINST Trump, the alt-right and the Nazis he sympathizes with.
*According to Boston Police Commissioner, Bill Evans, the anti-police agitators were probably outside goons who came to make trouble.
Trump is a known liar. His tweet below is just another one of his many lies that promotes his banality of evil.
"What he said was always the same, expressed in the same words. The longer one listened to him, the more obvious it became that his inability to speak was closely connected with an inability to think, namely, to think from the standpoint of somebody else. No communication was possible with him... because he was surrounded by the most reliable of all safeguards against the words and the presence of others, and hence against reality as such. " -- Hannah Arendt on Eichmann, The Banality of Evil
Trump tried to stir up division among the American people once again because