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NYC ‘Jews for Trump’ Caravan Attacked With Rocks and Pepper Spray, Flags Ripped Up

NYC ‘Jews for Trump’ Caravan Attacked With Rocks and Pepper Spray, Flags Ripped Up

The police arrested many people, including a protester “for spraying pepper spray at a family of seven that was inside a vehicle that was part of the caravan.”

Anti-Trumpers attacked a YUGE ‘Jews for Trump’ convoy in New York City by throwing rocks and eggs, pepper-spraying cars filled with families, splashing paint on cars, punching windows, etc.

They also threw eggs at Trump’s personal lawyer and former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

The police arrested so many people, including a protester “for spraying pepper spray at a family of seven that was inside a vehicle that was part of the caravan.”

A family member spoke to Fox News:

A member of the family told Fox News that the unprovoked attack happened while the family was driving down 5th Ave with the car windows down and Trump flags displayed.

The man, who wished to remain anonymous fearing his family could be targeted, said a car pulled up next to them and unleashed pepper spray into their vehicle.

“Immediately the kids started crying and screaming and I jumped out of the car after I was peppered [sic] sprayed as well,” the man said.

The man said the culprit chased him down 5th Ave trying to pepper spray him again. His mother flagged down an officer and the suspect was arrested.

The man told Fox News that the kids “are now left traumatized” and still “coughing from” the residue.

The haters then went after Giuliani:

Video posted on Twitter shows a flag-draped pro-Trump caravan — identified online as a Jews for Trump demonstration — led by Giuliani being bombarded with eggs, including one spot at 59th Street and 5th Avenue — with one protester yelling “f—-g scum” at the former Big Apple mayor.

“F–k you Rudy,” another man is heard screaming.

“You f—-g coward, go back to f—-g Long Island,” another man yells.

Other videos show one person throwing eggs at the cars.

He told the caravan he has “a bunch of these, babu,” and that he “can do this all f*cking day.” He called them “sh*theads” and told them to “[L]earn your f*cking place.”


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The Friendly Grizzly | October 26, 2020 at 9:10 am

At least the police didn’t stand down.

2smartforlibs | October 26, 2020 at 9:33 am

This is WHy I never hearted New DORK.

The joys of diversity and inclusiveness abound.

The Friendly Grizzly | October 26, 2020 at 9:39 am

And, how many New York Jews will sill vote a straight Democrat ticket because those evil Republicans are anti-Semites?

    johnny dollar in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | October 26, 2020 at 9:48 am

    Observant Jews vote heavily Republican.
    Secular, or merely “ethnic” Jews, vote almost exclusively left.
    Their real “religion” is leftism, not Judaism.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to johnny dollar. | October 26, 2020 at 10:00 am

      Oh, I know. I find myself wondering if the ethnic Jewish vote will ever begin to change. Their position on things like gun confiscation and other social issues are at odds with reality.

      I was born into ethnic Judaism (Reform), and there were two major things I picked up: all “goyim” had to be watched, and other forms of bigotry were rampant. Religeous observance was pretty much down the list. I walked away from it all decdes ago.

        We might be related…same story here

        My DNA is Jewish, my heart leans towards tradition and ancestry and my practice is “Reform”. I identify with the Conservative mindset but fail at following the letter of the Jewish law.

        We were brought up being taught that God doesn’t care if you pray in a temple or in a field, that Judaism is what you decide it to be. It doesn’t mean being a self-hating Jew and a committed Democrat. (Or a “should be committed” Democrat.)

        I think the URJ is to blame for the SJW approach to life/politics/religion. They are the children and grandchildren of Communists (or sympathizers) – literally – and we are most likely the children and grandchildren of people who escaped from the pogroms and the Holocaust.

          A Punk Named Yunk in reply to WestRock. | October 26, 2020 at 11:26 am

          Westrock said:
          > I think the URJ is to blame for the SJW approach

          I just Googled URJ. Union for Reform Judaism.

          I understand people’s desire to be free of constraints, such as any religion can be expected to place on your actions. I have never understood the point of a movement. You don’t wanna be religious? Just walk away from it; a movement to walk away just makes no sense to me.

          APNY: It’s like AA. Walking away from something so large and organized can be traumatic and so looking for others in the same boat provides much needed support and affirmation.

          Twenty years ago, I left the organized church system where initially I focused on house churches and there found lots of support for leaving the “IC” (Institutional Church). In short order, that grew old for the simple reason there’s no real fellowship around common angst, injury and victimhood – the stories of spiritual abuse, pastoral abuse, etc., becoming old and repetitive. And about the time the group recognizes it and starts to move on, a newbie comes in and “needs to vent” so the cycle of commiseration starts again.

          Eventually I found for me what is the truth – simple fellowship with my wife – breaking bread, giving thanks – and taking and enjoying larger fellowship as often as the Father brings a brother or sister to us for same. The joy of it is, it’s a natural way to live, not scheduled, completely impromptu. And it makes sense – God isn’t on a schedule – He there always – so why limit fellowship to Saturday (Jewish tradition) or Sunday (Christian tradition)? I’ve had wonderful fellowship with a brother or sister at a gas pump for 20 minutes – in the aisles of a grocery store – at a truck stop over pie and coffee.

          I’m glad there were a few organizations available to me when I left the IC – some discussion groups – house churches. They were blessed reassurance when I needed the support and grew my ‘sea legs’. 😉

          artichoke in reply to WestRock. | October 26, 2020 at 5:28 pm

          Everyone fails at following the letter of the law. Don’t let that discourage you.

          henrybowman in reply to WestRock. | October 26, 2020 at 6:46 pm

          “I have never understood the point of a movement. You don’t wanna be religious? Just walk away from it; a movement to walk away just makes no sense to me.”

          Organized religion is largely the purview of the community-oriented to begin with. Loners are less likely to join or feel the need for supportive congregations. The gregarious need to belong to some congregation — if not the original one, then a new one formed for the purpose of leaving the old one. Going off on their lonesome is unthinkable to them.

    Jewish Jews overh=whelmingly support Trump.
    Chazer esters like RBG no, but her grandchildren unlike Trumps are gentile.

People, the Brown Shirts are here.

One week after our election is the anniversary of Kristallnacht (Nov 9-10, 1938) and the DNC supporters have already announced massive nationwide violence and sedition.

Evil men like Keith Obermann has promised ANYONE who supports Trump is to be “prosecuted and convicted and removed from our society “. Deja vu anyone?

Wake up.

    TrickyRicky in reply to Old Navy Doc. | October 26, 2020 at 10:45 am

    I very recently finished reading “In The Garden Of Beasts” by Erik Larson. It is an exhaustively researched account of Berlin in 1933-34 as seen through the eyes of the U.S. ambassador William E. Dodd and his family. A riveting and terrifying book, to be sure, and full of detail and context that will engage any history buff.

    The parallels between Ernst Rohm’s SA brownshirts and the current Antifa/BLM storm-troopers in our cities is absolutely mind boggling. We ignore these striking similarities at huge risk to ourselves and our republic.

      The parallels between Ernst Rohm’s SA brownshirts and the current Antifa/BLM storm-troopers
      Remember, “AntiFa” was started in the 1920s specifically as a communist response to the fascist brownshirts. It’s why they wear black. These people are all from the same nut tree, and mad the other folks aren’t falling closer to the trunk.

      OwenKellogg-Engineer in reply to TrickyRicky. | October 26, 2020 at 12:40 pm

      An excellent read, as are all of Larson’s works. Reading this work, one can see how the State Department was corrupted even back then. But yes, it provides a glimpse of the acceleration of the Brown Shirts in German society, and how quickly the populace kowtowed to them.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Old Navy Doc. | October 26, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Only this time around the brownshirts might be surprised at the outcome of attempting another Kristallnacht given the fact that guns sales and ammunition sales have been through the roof since the Trump inauguration in anticipation of such an event.

    And when Trump wins his second term in office he can take the kid gloves off and deal with these traitorous terrorists without having to worry about re-election. And it isn’t going to be pretty, I’ll guarantee you that.

    So just hold on to your hats, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

The tolerance of the left, so impressive as usual.

How many of the BLM useful idiots (and organizers, for that mattter) can spell the word “judenrein”? They certainly seem to live by it.

Dhimmi-crats are the new National Socialists. Goose-stepping, vicious, sadistic, infantile, totalitarian thugs. They should be treated as such and given no quarter.

    No, they’re international socialists. So, black, not brown, shirts. You wouldn’t make this mistake with the AFC and the NFC. C’mon now.

      guyjones in reply to GWB. | October 26, 2020 at 2:16 pm

      Why quibble? They’re totalitarians; that’s all that matters. But, Jew-hate is a key facet of the contemporary Dhimmi-crat ethos, and, that’s why I lump them in the National Socialist category.

        You don’t have to be a national socialist to hate the Jews. The commies had a part of that market, too. Admittedly, they weren’t as efficient as the Germans, but that’s more of a German thing than a national socialist thing (the Italians were bad at that part of fascism).

        (And, mainly I’m not quibbling, so much as trying to remind people of the origins of “AntiFa”. And that they only oppose fascism when it’s insufficiently marxist. The rest of the time they oppose freedom and simply label it “fascism”.)

I guess Dale Carnegie left out the chapter on intimidation, verbal and physical attacks, and harassment in his book “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”

Feel the love.

Antifundamentalist | October 26, 2020 at 10:28 am

Assault and Vandalism is the hallmark of the (in)tolerant Left. But they love to preach about the Hate-filled Right. I know that their misuse of language is deliberate, but thinking people are not fooled.

But..wasn’t it recently that someone used deadly force when sprayed…and these same people defended it?

Time to respond with force ending it.

“Mostly peaceful.”

Phillygirl1807 | October 26, 2020 at 11:00 am

A vote for Biden is a vote for anarchy.

    The Real Truth in reply to Phillygirl1807. | October 26, 2020 at 11:20 am

    I am a former “Phillygirl” myself, and I agree with you 100% about Biden. He will bring nothing but Socialism/Marxism to our Country. We will no longer be a Capitalist Country, which is just ONE of the reasons that America has been so successful. There will no longer be any incentive to work hard, and be successful. Another TERRIBLE thing about a Biden Presidency, would be the Illegal Immigration problem. He would allow unlimited immigration, which is terrible for America, for both SECURITY, and JOBS. In fact, I cannot find even ONE good thing about choosing Biden to run this Country !

    henrybowman in reply to Phillygirl1807. | October 26, 2020 at 6:49 pm

    In real terms, anarchy is coming after you vote no matter what you voted for.

You don’t see the Trump supporters doing this, not even the “white supremacists!!” But then, there are so few, if any, of them, who’d notice?

Why were there not many more arrests? We saw many instances of vandalism, and the police did nothing. What if there were similar attacks against BLM demonstrations, would there also be little or no reaction?

the unprovoked attack
Not provoked? It was certainly provoked! Look at all the evidence you presented of wrongthink! Doubleplus ungood wrongthink! You violated their church’s sanctions – more than one kid, Trump, Jewish-while-not-leftist. Heck, you probably weigh as much as a duck! Burn her him! Burn him!

Understand this is all religious in nature. These people have a worldview wholly different from that which built Western Civ and America. They are partaking in religious acts – magical totems, blame of the infidel, priesthood (media and those in white coats), etc.

So again, which side is supposed to be the Nazis?

Because nothing says “anti-fascist” like violently assaulting Jews?

Do not get off-topic here, folks. The voting habits of the Jewish population is irrelevant. The motives of the anti-Trump movement is irrelevant. he only thing which is relevant is that the violence, from a certain segment of the population, is increasing. It will continue to increase until those utilizing violence to achieve their goals achieve those goals. And, that means, that if ordinary people want to survive the next few months, they had better be ready to protect themselves.

There is a civil war in progress against the civilized members of society. People better realize that and act accordingly, or they will get hurt.

    henrybowman in reply to Mac45. | October 26, 2020 at 6:52 pm

    “The voting habits of the Jewish population is irrelevant.”

    The cognitive dissonance displayed is entirely relevant — as relevant as this example on a different (but related) issue.

      Hey, Hank, did you read the comments above mine? People are going on and on about whether this groups of Jews votes Republican and that group votes Democrat. In this case, it does not matter. These people weren’t attacked because they were adherents to the Jewish faith, they were attacked because of their stated political position. Get it? They have the same thing in common with some Christians, Jains, Buddists, Zoroastrians, Baha’is and even Muslims; their support for President Trump. THAT is why they were attacked. They supported Americanism. And, they were attacked for that.

Why were there not many more arrests? We saw many instances of vandalism, and the police did nothing. What if there were similar attacks against BLM demonstrations, would there also be little or no reaction

Bloody Kansas part 2.

Barry Soetoro | October 26, 2020 at 8:04 pm

Jews for Trump? Pickup trucks, a sea of flags not one of which is Israeli, and convoyers kicking leftist butts?

“Other videos show one person throwing eggs at the cars.

He told the caravan he has ‘a bunch of these, babu,’ and that he ‘can do this all f*cking day.’ He called them ‘sh*theads’ and told them to ‘[L]earn your f*cking ‘place.’”

I wonder, when are AzadM_52* and Chelsea Handler going to announce their engagement? Her former favorite boyfriend 50 Cent doesn’t know his $#@%ing place either, so she had to whitesplain to him about his proper place on the leftist plantation after reminding him he’s black.

*There are 52 AzadMs on Twitter? I’m willing to bet money the M in AzadM’s Twitter handle is what has been the most popular name in Britain for years; Muhammad. It isn’t this year but only because the people who keep track of these things are a)idiots and b)journalists (obviously I repeat myself.) The propagandists claim that including all the variant English spellings of Muhammad (Muhammad, Mohammed, Mohammad, Muhammed, Mohamed, Mohamad, Muhamad, Muhamed, Mohamud, Mohummad, Mohummed, Mouhamed, Mohammod, Mouhamad, etc.) would somehow distort the list. When in fact there is only one way to spell Muhammad: مُحَمَدْ (although various forms of Arabic calligraphy look different).

The Quran commands Muslims to put uppity non-Muslims in their “&@#$ing place.” Of course, Muslim men are supposed to put uppity-women in their place:

Surah 4:34 “Men are in charge of women by [right of] what Allah has given one over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband’s] absence what Allah would have them guard. But those [wives] from whom you fear arrogance – [first] advise them; [then if they persist], forsake them in bed; and [finally], strike them. But if they obey you [once more], seek no means against them. Indeed, Allah is ever Exalted and Grand.”

Excuse me: men, who are in charge of women because Allah has made men superior to women, are supposed to put women in their place if they just suspect the woman might get uppity. Like those “coloreds” and “Jooooooz.” So men aren’t supposed to wait until women actually get uppity, and are commanded to beat them to remind them of their place just in case they might forget it.

So when Chelsea “I had to remind him that he was a black person, so he can’t vote for Donald Trump” Handler discovers AzadM_52 is her new favorite BFF and they make it official, she’ll be wearing a Burqa.

And who said that Islam never had a positive effect on civilization?

As a retired federal agent I can form a good working hypothesis that the people who attacked the Jewish Trump supporters can probably be charged with a hate crime.
The rise of anti-semitism from the left is concerning.

    Arminius in reply to GKD32. | October 27, 2020 at 1:11 am

    Can be charged with a hate crime, of course. Will be charged with a hate crime? Never.

    I’m philosophically opposed to hate crimes legislation. I’ve never heard of a “love crime.” A lot of people are killed not because somebody hate the victim for the color of their skin or whatever marked the protected group that placed the victim in the special caste in our caste system of justice.

    Some teenager is at the mall and he’s wearing an Oakland Raiders jacket. Some gang banger sees him, silver & black are his gang’s colors, so the gang banger executes the kid and takes the jackets. Or some kid is wearing red or blue athletic shoes. So a Blood or a Crip kills the kid for his sneakers.

    Some killer executes somebody over an article of clothing or a few bucks because the victim’s life was worth absolutely nothing to him. The killer doesn’t hate the victim, it’s just that the victim’s life is worth absolutely nothing, no more than some bug he’d step on without a thought, and this is somehow less of a crime? I don’t think so.