Trump supporters with huge Nancy Pelosi as demon flag clash with ‘Antifa and BLM' after Manhattan rally
The march came days after the former president hinted towards his 2024 run at the Conservative Political Action Conference
Former President Donald Trump's supporters are all hopeful for the Republican’s 2024 run for the White House as they held a rally in Fifth Avenue of Manhattan on Friday, March 5, while carrying huge flags that stated, “Trump 2024”. The rally was branded as “Trump Save America Flag Unfurling” by the pro-Trumpers as they marched down holding all types of Trump signage including one banner that displayed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a demon.
However, the rally did not end peacefully as towards the end of it, the group had a conflict with some furious New Yorkers, whom the Right Side Broadcasting Network labeled as a group of "Antifa" and Black Lives Matter activists. At least six were arrested after the clash. The march came days after Trump hinted at his 2024 run at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). In his speech, the 74-year-old also listed his accomplishments during his term in the White House while repeatedly claiming his win in the 2020 presidential election as he said, “Who knows? I may even decide to beat them a third time.” You can see the photos here.
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Reports have even stated that Trump is discussing with his allies his future plan for another run. However, for the next time, he reportedly is not considering former Vice President Mike Pence as his running mate because he did not support him in overturning the result of the 2020 election. Trump was reportedly expecting Pence to block the January 6 certification of current President Joe Biden, which the 61-year-old had no constitutional authority to do. Alleged supporters of Trump then stormed the Capitol building, which claimed the lives of five people, including a police officer. They also angrily looked for Pence to allegedly execute him. It has been reported that after the violence, Trump and Pence were not on speaking terms.
This came after QAnon believers reportedly created a conspiracy inside a conspiracy and said that the March 4 reinstallation 'plan' of Trump was a 'false flag' trap planned by Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists. Though the conspiracy theorists have been blocked by social media giants, they continue to spread misinformation on secondary platforms, like Gab and Bitchute. A post on Gab in a QAnon-dedicated group with over 150,000 members read: “There it is. The false flag narrative is being set up. Stay away from DC and any state capitol tomorrow. Far away. Funny thing though, Q never called for violence." While another post there stated, “The only people talking about this are the media and the idiots in DC. Trump supporters, MAGA and QAnon people are not planning to be anywhere near Dc on the 4th. If anything happens it will be a setup false flag.”
Speaking about this new false claim, Jared Holt, a domestic extremism researcher at the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab, said, “Pro-QAnon and broader far-right Trump movements have been plagued by paranoia since the attack on the US Capitol on January 6. We’ve observed increasing prevalence of ‘false flag’ conspiracy theories seemingly aimed at preempting would-be violence or embarrassment."
“QAnon exists as an umbrella for a myriad of different conspiracy theories — ranging from topics like 5G cell towers to vaccines — that are perfectly capable to barreling forward even if people disengage with Q posts. They were excited at Trump's return at CPAC, and did what they always do: search for symbolism in his speech that would validate their false beliefs,” Holt added.