Now, it’s been a week after what’s happened in Charlottesville, after Nazis and Right Wing groups went crazy because the movement of a ROBERT E.LEE statue, there had been riots and rallies so far in Durham, Baltimore and now one is in Boston.
All because cities started removing statues, trying to expunge America’s racist past and the celebration of it. Nazis and Alt Right groups began protesting and then the counterprotesters came, only to make matters worse. Now in Boston it seems that there is a big group of counterprotesters who are ready to strike and GO WILD.
Thousands of counter-protesters marched peacefully in downtown Boston on Saturday, chanting anti-Nazi slogans and carrying signs denouncing white supremacy ahead of a free speech rally held by conservative activists a week after a fatal Charlottesville, Va., rally left one dead and dozens injured. Boston authorities, who were determined to avoid a Charlottesville-type confrontation between dueling sides, said they would shut down the “Free Speech Rally” on Boston Common at the first sign of trouble. Mayor Marty Walsh was clear that he preferred that the protesters would simply stay away and said he would not have given the group a permit if he hadn’t been legally obligated to do so. “If anyone gets out of control — at all — it will be shut down,” he said. Police Commissioner William Evans said Friday that 500 officers — some in uniform, others undercover — would be on hand to keep the two groups apart at the noon rally.
“We will not tolerate any misbehavior, violence or vandalism whatsoever,” Evans said. Boston Free Speech Coalition, which organized the two-hour rally, said on Facebook that it is not affiliated with the Charlottesville rally organizers in any way. “We are not associated with any alt-right or white supremacist groups,” the coalition said. “We are strictly about free speech.”
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