Watchdog slams ABC for covering anti-Trump rally

Watchdog slams ABC for covering anti-Trump rally

Breitbart News has learned that a watchdog group has slammed ABC News for covering an anti-Donald Trump rally in Melbourne, Florida, in early September.

The event featured an anti “Trump haters” rally, as well as a “free speech” rally.

It’s the second anti-TRUMP rally to be covered by ABC News in a week.

In February, ABC News reported that an anti Trump rally was taking place in Atlanta.

The anti-protesters in Atlanta were called “violent extremists.”

ABC News has not yet responded to Breitbart News’ request for comment.

The ABC did not immediately respond to a request for comments.

Anti-Trump protesters clashed with anti-fascist protesters at an anti pro-Trump “free rally” in Miami, Florida on September 5, 2020.

Anti Trump protesters clashed during an anti anti pro Trump “free march” in Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 6, 2020, during which protesters set fire to cars and set fire barricades.

Protesters were also seen setting fires in other cities, including San Diego and Washington, DC.

Protesters in Washington, D.C. set a fire at the White House on September 7, 2020 to protest President Donald Trump’s first inauguration.

The fire in Washington was set by demonstrators who wanted to express their opposition to the new president.

In Washington, protestors were protesting the president’s inauguration, and protesters set a barricade around the White, House in the middle of the night.

In Los Angeles, protesters set off fireworks in the streets of downtown Los Angeles on September 8, 2020 during the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump.

In the early hours of September 9, 2018, protesters in Seattle set a campfire on a highway in Seattle, Washington.

Anti protesters clashed at a pro-Donald Trumps rally in Seattle on September 11, 2018.

In Sacramento, California, anti-Trumps protesters set fires in a Starbucks parking lot on September 12, 2018 to protest the inauguration.

In San Diego, California protesters set an inflatable Trump sign on fire and threw it at police officers in the city, on September 13, 2018 during the Trump inauguration.

Anti protestors set fire at a police car on September 14, 2018 in downtown Sacramento, CA.

Anti protestors in New York City set fire and lit fires on a bus on September 16, 2018 at the Trump’s inauguration in Washington.

The protest in Washington started with a pro Trump rally and quickly turned violent when anti protestors set fires on the bus and the Trump supporters.

The protests spread to New York and other cities where anti protestors were present, with some burning police cars.

In New York, protesters lit fires at Trump supporters and other protesters and threw rocks and bottles at police.

Protesters also threw fireworks at police cars and at a Trump rally.

In Portland, Oregon, protesters marched through the streets and set a number of fires.

Anti demonstrators in Oakland, California set fire on the front lawn of the Trump National Golf Course on September 17, 2018 with police in the crowd in the background.

In Chicago, Chicago police officers and demonstrators clashed on September 18, 2018 after anti protestors clashed with police officers at a rally for President Donald Trumps inauguration.

Police officers were injured in the melee.

Anti Protests in Sacramento, Oregon.

Anti anti protestors set fire during a pro Trumps ‘free march’ in San Francisco, California on September 20, 2018 while Trump supporters were rallying at the San Francisco Municipal Auditorium.

Anti protests in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Anti protester in Oakland set fire after a pro pro Trump ‘free rally’ in Oakland on September 23, 2018 as police attempted to remove anti protesters from a street.

In Minneapolis, MN, protesters took over the Trump Presidential Inauguration and marched through downtown Minneapolis on September 25, 2018 near the Trump International Hotel.

Anti Protesters clashed with pro protesters in Portland, Maine on September 27, 2018 following a pro anti Trumps protest.

In Detroit, Michigan, protesters blocked traffic near the US Capitol building on September 28, 2018 and threw objects at police, including a “Trump flag.”

Anti demonstrators clashed with protesters at a Donald Trump rally outside the Capitol in Washington DC on September 29, 2018 on the Capitol lawn.

Protesters set fire cars and vehicles in several cities including Washington, Maryland, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.

In Austin, Texas, a pro and anti Trumppists protest on September 30, 2018 led to the arrest of anti protesters.

Anti and anti Trump protesters clash in downtown Seattle, Seattle, WA on September 31, 2018 between anti Trump and pro Trump demonstrators.

In Miami, FL, anti Trump protesters set the George Washington Bridge ablaze on September 2, 2018 amid ongoing protests over the new President’s inauguration.

Protesters burned a number over the George Bush Presidential Library building and set the building on fire, injuring two police officers.

In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, anti Trump supporters clashed with a anti Trump protest in downtown Milwaukee on September 3, 2018; police responded to the anti


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