Burning flags and fear of riots on election night in the U.S.A

 Burning flags and fear of riots on election night in the U.S.A

Activists set fire to two US flags in the federal court of Oregon.© ANKUR DHOLAKIAWashington– Burning US flags, calls for uprising and nervousness among Democratic supporters: In the United States, pass away sentiment on election night was tense in many places. While hundreds of supporters of the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden feverishly watched the counting of votes in front of the White House in Washington, in the West Coast metropolis of Portland, which has been shaken by anti-racism protests for weeks, some armed activists marched in front of the local court building.In Washington, Trump opponents and “Black Lives Matter” activists took to the streets on election night.© Chris McGrathA Trump supporter in Michigan.© SETH HERALD”There will be an uprising” The demonstrators in Portland chanted slogans against US President Donald Trump and Mayor Ted Wheeler, who was successful in the local elections on Tuesday. Rumors about the outcome of the presidential election were circulating: ” I hear it’s turning for Trump now,” said protest leader Ty Ford. ” There’s going to be a riot. ” Once the results are in, it’s going to be “crazy.” Read More

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