NavyJack – BATTLEGROUND AMERICA (UPDATED 11/11/2016)
Fighting between Trump and Clinton supporters erupts outside the WHITE HOUSE as violence spreads across the US in wake of shock election result!
VIOLENCE erupted across America the morning after Donald Trump’s shock election win – including outside the White House. Pictures and footage emerged of furious protesters burning flags, rioters setting fire to rubbish and angrily confronting Trump supporters after it emerged the controversial Republican president-elect will soon hold the most powerful position in the world. In his first address as President-elect after a bitter campaign, Trump struck a unifying tone in front of crowds cheering “USA, USA”.
He said it was “time for America to bind the wounds of division”.
But Donald Trump’s presidential victory set off protests by hundreds of people on California college campuses and in Oregon. Police said at least 500 people swarmed on streets in and around UCLA, some shouting ‘f**k Trump’ and others chanting “Not my president!” Smaller demonstrators were held at University of California campuses and neighborhoods in Berkeley, Irvine and Davis and at San Jose State.
Read the full article at The Sun
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Additional information regarding threats of violence, riots and planned protests will be added to this article periodically. I will add the date of the most recent updates to the title.
UPDATE 11/9/2016 – Social media has erupted with individuals threatening violence with several even stating their intent or desire to assassinate President Elect Trump before he assumes office:
UPDATE 11/10/2016 – There were protests in over 100 cities across the nation last evening. The most violent actions occured in Oakland, CA, Chicago, IL and Seattle, WA.
Oakland, CA – Protests, Riots and Looting
— Chantelle Lee (@ChantelleHLee) November 10, 2016
— Jessica Lynn (@jessicailynn) November 10, 2016
Chicago, IL – Protests and Violence Against Trump Supporters
Seattle, WA – Protests, Violence and Shootings
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 10, 2016
UPDATE 11/11/2016 – Protests continued in over 80 cities across the nation last evening. The most violent actions occured in Los Angeles CA and Portland OR.
Check back for more updates each evening while this continues.