Left-Wing Rioters Violently Attack NYPD, Burn Police Cars, ‘Overrun’ Police Precinct In New York City, Another ‘Under Siege’


“The crowd is very violent use extreme caution.” 

This is the result of Democrat rule in every major American city. The left’s war on civilized society. They want chaos. The deep state of liberals want to damage the country to blame Trump and ruin his re-election. Call me crazy, but this is going to help Trump in November. The silent majority is watching this and they will remember in November.

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Man punches NYPD sergeant with brass knuckles as George Floyd protests heat up

By Larry Celona, Joe Marino and Vincent Barone, NY Post, May 29, 2020 |

Anti-cop rage over the police-custody death of George Floyd boiled over in New York City on Friday night — with a few dozen protesters trying to surround the 88th precinct in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood before being rebuffed by a massive NYPD mobilization.

Meanwhile, hundreds more protester at nearby Fort Greene Park, where some set an empty NYPD van on fire at around 9:30 p.m.

The same crowd had converged on the Barclay’s Center in Prospect Heights hours earlier, with police releasing chemical mace at the unruly demonstration there.

The brass-knuckles wielding man allegedly walloped the sergeant as crowds massed at around 4 p.m. near Centre and Leonard streets; he was one of dozens of protesters to be arrested in Brooklyn and Manhattan, sources told The Post.

The anti-cop tummult in Brooklyn Friday night, thousands of angry protesters stood outside the Prospect Heights arena that the Brooklyn Nets call home, chanting, “They’re killing us!” and “F–k those pigs” while holding signs that read, “NYPD KKK.” At one point, the crowd roared at the sound of fireworks going off.


Daily Wire: Violent rioters reportedly stormed a police precinct in New York City on Friday and lit law enforcement vehicles on fire.

CNN senior law enforcement analyst James Gagliano tweeted: “NYPD source informs me 88 Pct in Brooklyn just been overrun. Police Commissioner Shea has called a Level 3 mobilization. Requires all special units respond and four cars from every command in the city to location. 84 Pct under siege, as well. Also, Brooklyn North.”

“Protests over the death of George Floyd erupted in Brooklyn where there have been at least 150 arrests and a dozen NYPD officers hurt,” ABC News reporter Aaron Katersky reported. “Demonstrators targeted two precincts, the 88 where a van was set on fire and the 79 were some made it inside before being arrested.”

Newsweek senior reporter Jason Lemon tweeted out a video of the police van getting lit on fire.


The news comes as riots also broke out in Atlanta at CNN’s headquarters and in Washington, D.C., at the White House and the Treasury Department.

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