Antifa woman tells NYPD 'hope your children get raped and killed' in Manhattan clash, 'disgusting' video sparks fury

The incident occurred as 11 anti-Trump protesters were arrested while they gathered to confront a caravan of Trump supporters that was seen driving near the Tri-State area while blocking traffic


                            Antifa woman tells NYPD 'hope your children get raped and killed' in Manhattan clash, 'disgusting' video sparks fury
Manhattan clashes (Twitter)

A woman reportedly belonging to the left-wing extremist group Antifa yelled at New York Police Department cops saying “I hope all of your children get raped and killed” as clashes broke out in Manhattan on November 1 between cops and anti-Trump protesters.

The incident occurred as 11 anti-Trump protesters were arrested while they gathered to confront a big caravan of Trump supporters that was seen driving near the Tri-State area while blocking traffic. The video of the enraged woman was posted on social media by several people. In the video, she is wearing a black hoodie and heard yelling, "I hope your children get raped and killed. You’re a f*****g disgrace to society." Tatum Report correspondent Drew Hernandez reported about the clashes and posted several video footages on his Twitter on November 1.
 
He wrote, “NYC: ‘An only good cop is a dead cop’ Antifa calling for the death of NYPD officers and their entire families." In a subsequent tweet he wrote, “NYC: ‘I hope ALL of your children get raped and killed’. Triggered Antifa rioter spewing vile rhetoric toward NYPD officers.” He added, “NYC: One of multiple warnings to disperse out of the street today from NYPD before arrests were made.” He continued, “NYC: After Antifa and BLM failed to find and counter the Trump caravan at their march rally point. One of the organizers announced they successfully drove Trump supporters out of the city. One of the BLM activists then aggressively rebukes them all for cheering."



 



 



 



 

Many people took to Twitter after the video of the woman shouting at the cops surfaced. Some users called it a disgrace. "That's disgusting, I hope she gets what’s coming for her. I understand that a good portion of cops are corrupt, but without them there wouldn’t be order in society. Despite their cons, they keep everyone in line and our towns from turning into the back alleys of New York." Another user said, "Horrifying. I’d never wish on any child OR an adult to be raped or killed. There is too much hate...and for what. Politics?!" One user wrote, "I can’t imagine the meltdown Twitter would have if a trump supporter said anything even close to this." 



 



 



 

MAGA caravan caused a blockade

As per Daily Mail, the group of anti-Trump demonstrators was there to counter a ‘MAGA’ caravan that was anticipated to drive through parts of the city. However, as per the video, the caravan did not show up in the area. Daily Mail reported that during the clashes between anti-Trump protesters and cops, some agitators were seen hitting cops with umbrellas. Also, cops reportedly deployed batons to subdue the demonstrators.

Before the news of cops clashing with anti-Trump supporters surfaced, it was reported that hundreds of Trump supporters had jammed roads in parts of New York and New Jersey showing support for POTUS ahead of elections. They caused blockades, and to counter them anti-Trump groups gathered in Manhattan. 
 
Daily Mail reported that pro-Trump supporters had gathered in sedans, pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles, waving pro-Trump banners and American flags from their cars as they formed a convoy that blocked traffic on New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway as well as the Mario Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown in New York. They had over 200 vehicles that briefly shut down traffic on the Garden State Parkway northbound near Lakewood. As per Daily Mail, which cited police sources, the caravan of pro-Trump supporters caused a 5-mile traffic backup.

Who was arrested?

As per New York Post, the Manhattan clashes led to a total of 11 arrests. As per the publication which cited cops, five people were issued summons for disorderly conduct, three were charged with disorderly conduct or obstruction and released, and one was charged with obstruction and resisting arrest. Further, two others were in custody but charges were pending. It is not clear who these arrested people are, however the NYPD stated that the arrested were not journalists.

New York Police Department said on Twitter on November 1, "It is being reported on social media that earlier today members of the press were arrested during a protest in Manhattan. These reports are false. All arrested individuals from today's protests have been verified to not be NYPD credentialed members of the press.”



 

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