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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, on Saturday gave their support, New York City anti-police protest to protest the protesters jumped the subway turnstiles and shouting anti-cop slogans, in a crackdown on fare evasion, and allegations of police brutality.
“End mass incarceration, challenge means, a system, to be free in the prisons of the poor, the rich,” the left-wing freshman Congressman on Twitter, Retweets a video of protesters jumping subway turnstiles in Brooklyn Friday night.
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In the video, protesters are shown, the help each other turnstiles jumping without paying the fare, while others hold signs with slogans such as “No cops, no rates.” A strap-hanger who has to choose, the fare can be heard pay, is yelled at by a protester.
“How do you write a racist? N-Y-P-D” the protesters sing in the video. But the anti-cop to listen to songs in the video do not prevent Ocasio-Cortez from the lending your support for your actions.
“Fascinating people that can’t afford a $2.75 fare and makes no one safer and is destabilizing our community,” she said. “New Yorkers don’t know that you are with it and they stand for each other.”
Other videos and images from the same protest, which is not together with Ocasio-Cortez showed a Banner that said: “Punch that cop!” “Don’t let these bastards touch us,” and “Hit em!”
The New York Post reported that protesters are cited, both of a planned crackdown on fare evasion, and two controversial incidents with police officers in Brooklyn, which they say are examples of the brutality of the police as reasons for the protest.
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The Post reported that a group of protesters later surrounded a nearby MTA bus and destroys it with slogans such as “F—k the NYPD and the New York KKK.”
“I’m not going to lie, it was scary,” one passenger told The Post.