Jews protest for Trump car parade, fight ensues in New York

There were clashes between supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump as a Jew, American flags for Trump’s convoy of cars and the Trump 2020 banner rolled through Manhattan and Brooklyn

The caravan traveled from Coney Island to Trump Tower in Manhattan before leaving for a rally in Brooklyn Park. The video shared on Twitter showed several protesters beating vehicles with eggs or stones, snatching flags and insulting them.

In a video showing physical fights between several people, police officers detained an unknown person and protesters “let him go.” Another video showed a small group of people throwing objects at Trump’s flagged vehicles from a Brooklyn highway overpass.

Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani welcomed supporters from the passenger seat of the driving car near Trump Tower during the parade, video show.

New York City Police said seven people were detained in connection with a physical struggle in Times Square. The charges were pending since Sunday night.

According to the Trump website for Jews, Sunday’s rally was intended to show solidarity with the “troubled Red Zone community” in the context of New York government-designated coronovirus hot spots. Andrew Cuomo as areas where schools and unprofessional businesses must close to stop. The spread of coronavirus.

The rally is followed by weeks of tensions over Coronovirus restrictions in the Orthodox ghettos of Brooklyn. City Council candidate and Brooklyn leader Heshy Tischler against sanctions promoted Sunday’s car parade on Twitter.

Boris Epsitein, a Trump campaign adviser and co-chairman of Jewish Voices for Trump, organized Sunday’s rally at Marine Park in Brooklyn at the end of the car parade.


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