Using Twitter to organize the attack.
Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, downtown Los Angeles just imposed an 8PM curfew — but that hasn’t worked in other Democrat run cities.
Rodeo Drive is trending because streams of tweets are inciting to riot and loot Rodeo Drive.
This will not end well. pic.twitter.com/RG2gEiXnrz
— The Geller Report (@PamelaGeller) May 30, 2020
Rodeo Drive. Zero violence or destruction. ZERO. pic.twitter.com/s2mKuGRvAh
— Lori (@Shnerfle) May 31, 2020
This is Rodeo Drive and Wilshire in Beverly Hills. pic.twitter.com/3KDkDLQuLb
— Liz Habib (@LizHabib) May 31, 2020
This is dope there are sooooooo many people protesting now in Beverly Hills look at this view from our Penthouse office! pic.twitter.com/d7AmKQN5py
— Mike Chehadé (@ChehadeTheKing) May 30, 2020
Rodeo Drive has been tagged. pic.twitter.com/TVCjDlWsKt
— R⛤bert Sc⛤tt (@iheartcarrie) May 31, 2020
Some of my photos from the protest for George Floyd in Los Angeles today pic.twitter.com/WdjTXDGFdw
— ✰ killblade ✰ | gantzman (@ReadGantz) May 30, 2020
Mom-and-pop stores hit in downtown L.A. looting are ‘immigrant-owned, run by black and brown folks’ | KTLA https://t.co/G283RaYaCL
— NEWS MAKER (@NEWS_MAKER) May 31, 2020
Los Angeles is instituting a curfew in Downtown L.A. tonight; West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, too
It’ll be in effect from 8pm to 5:30am.
By Michael Juliano, Time-Out, May 30 2020:
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on Saturday that he’d be putting a curfew in place from 8pm tonight to 5:30am tomorrow morning. The curfew currently applies to Downtown L.A. only, specifically an area bounded by the 110 freeway on the west, Alameda on the east, the 10 freeway on the south and the 101 freeway on the north. Garcetti says he expects the curfew to be in place tonight only, in order to clean up damage in the area and to protect residents.
UPDATE: The City of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills announced that it’s likely to also enforce an 8pm curfew on Saturday night.
“We cannot fulfill our duty to protect life when people are looting,” Garcetti said, after offering remarks about the horror of Floyd’s death. “We cannot protect our ability to protect life when we see fires set in dense urban areas… I’m asking all of Los Angeles to take a deep breath and to step back for a moment, to allow our firefighters to put out the flames, to allow our peace officers to reestablish some order and for us to let them protect your rights to be out there for as many days as we need to, for as many protests as we have to until change isn’t just something that’s a slogan, but change is in the actions we see across this country so that not one more person has to die with a knee in their neck.”
The Fairfax demonstration started at Pan Pacific Park around noon, but the situation has grown increasingly tense, with altercations between protesters and cops as well as an LAPD squad car burning in the middle of the street. It follows three days of protests, including one in DTLA on Friday night that resulted in 533 arrests after an unlawful assembly was declared and vehicles were damaged and businesses vandalized. Reports on social media also indicate that police may have fired rubber bullets at protesters and bystanders.
Black Lives Matter protesters have made their way to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
Rodeo Drive is a 2-mile long street filled with luxury retail stores such as Chanel, Gucci, Dior, Cartier and fine dining restaurants.
Far left Hollywood celebrities and hoity-toity limousine liberals in Los Angeles frequent Rodeo Drive so they should welcome the rioters with open arms!
George Floyd protesters defaced high-end stores with graffiti on Saturday afternoon.
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