"New York City has a brand." -- NYC mayor Eric Adams.
"Cry bitch, cry!." -- another NYC pro-Hamas rally.
Friday night brought another round of pro-Hamas rallies on the streets of New York City. Since the October 7th terror attack on Israel, where Hamas raped women, beheaded babies, and burned families alive, Hamas supporters in America have been speaking out.
As they rip down American flags and replace them with Palestinian ones.
In Columbus Circle, a pro-Israel supporter was driven to tears. And I know what you're thinking. Chanting "cry bitch, cry" at a Jewish girl sounds like it
might be antisemitic
. As we said before, the dude yelling at her was expressing his disapproval of the Israeli government. She must have taken it the wrong way.
Again, I implore you, please don't be Islamophobic. Whenever I feel myself possibly becoming Islamophobic, I ask myself, "
What Would Rashida Tlaib do?
The Hamas Lives Matter rally moved to Grand Central Station, where police were preventing the mostly peaceful protest from entering even as the mostly peaceful protestors tried knocking politely. They had to knock with their feet because their hands were holding flags and signs.
It wouldn't be a rally through New York City without marching through Times Square. You need to get that content in, and all the neon helps backlight your videos.
Wait, what was that?
I'm sure if you were perusing X, you would see similar pro-Hamas rallies in other progressive cities. Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC. None of them have quite the panache of a Hamas Lives Matter rally in New York City.
It's that NYC brand!
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