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VIDEO: Boston Police Chief Speaks On Criminal Antifa Conduct!

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Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans converged Saturday on downtown Boston, dwarfing a small group of conservatives who cut short their “free speech rally”.

Boston’s police commissioner, William B. Evans, said an estimated 40,000 people attended the counter-protests and that officers made 27 arrests.

Police vans escorted conservatives out of the area, and angry counter-protesters scuffled with armed officers trying to maintain order.

President Trump wrote: “Great job by all law enforcement officers and Boston Mayor [Marty Walsh].”

He also applauded protesters who were “speaking out against bigotry and hate,” saying the country would “soon come together as one!”

Some counter-protesters dressed entirely in black and wore bandannas over their faces. They chanted anti-Nazi and anti-fascism slogans, and waved signs that said: “Love your neighbor,” ”Resist fascism” and “Hate never made U.S. great.” Others carried a large banner that read: “SMASH WHITE SUPREMACY.”

Boston Police Commissioner says bottles filled with urine were thrown at officers during protest…

H/T: CBS News

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