Heather Heyer's Argument Against Anti-Trump Protests

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Revolution is when a group of people is against a system or way of doing things and hope to change the ways that those subjects are being viewed by the government or society as a whole, and that’s exactly what the anti-racism and anti-Trump protesters were going for. On Monday, August 14, anti-Trump protesters waited for Trump’s arrival to Trump Tower while standing outside shouting and holding up signs that said things like “No KKK, No Fascist USA, No Trump!” A little ways after 9 o’clock at night, our newly inaugurated President rode up to Trump tower from a road that avoided all of the protesters. A few hours before that, a group of protesters and supporters were lined up behind barricades across the street of the tower. During the protests, three people had been arrested at outside of the tower, all charged with obstructing government administration, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and reckless engagement. These protests occurred after Saturday, when a group of people against the protest and white nationalists met up with other right-wing groups at a Unite the Right event. During that meetup, a woman named Heather Heyer, one of many among the group of people against the anti-Trump protests and another group of people were walking along the street when a gray Dodge Challenger drove into them, killing Heather Heyer. On Monday, Trump was seen…show more content…
This definitely relates to the first article’s information, because both involve people protesting against Trump and racism, and many groups mentioned in both articles called out that Trump should be impeached, while few other groups from both articles wanted him to remain

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