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Police In Riot Gear Arrive In Pittsburgh To Break Up Pro-Trump And Anti-Trump Protesters

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Police In Riot Gear Arrive In Pittsburgh To Break Up Pro-Trump And Anti-Trump Protesters

Tyler Durden

Fri, 11/06/2020 – 16:40

Police in riot gear are intervening in a developing situation in Pittsburgh where “Stop the Steal” pro-Trump supporters have been met by anti-Trump supporters. The groups began to congregate outside of the City-County Building at about 2PM EST, according to CBS Pittsburgh, who was on the scene. 

The Pittsburgh Special Response Team (SRT) arrived on the scene after an anti-Trump group made their way to the scene chanting “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA,” according to CBS.

This photo showed the “Stop the Steal” group beginning to congregate:

Shortly thereafter, police in riot gear were dispatched. They are reportedly standing in the middle of Grant Street as the scene develops. 

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Photo: KDKA Pittsburgh

CBS noted that earlier this morning, people holding signs saying “count legal votes” began to congregate outside of the Allegheny County election warehouse. 

This story is developing and we will update this post with any new information as it becomes available.


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