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NOVEMBER 4: DEPT. OF DEFENSE NATIONWIDE BLACKOUT DRILL – POWER GRID DOWN PLUS ANTIFA DAY OF RAGE PROTEST

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  • Dept. of Defense: “This exercise will begin with a national massive coronal mass ejection event which will impact the national power grid as well as all forms of traditional communication, including landline telephone, cellphone, satellite, and Internet connectivity”
  • During the exercise, a designated DOD Headquarters entity will request county-by-county status reports for the 3,143 US counties and county equivalents, in order to gain situational awareness and to determine the extent of impact of the scenario

 

November 4: U.S. Department of Defense will carry out a blackout drill while Antifa thugs will protest nationwide for their marked ‘day of rage’ against President Trump…sounds like an ‘interesting’ day.

 

ARRL.org reports

Elements of the US Department of Defense (DOD) will conduct a “communications interoperability” training exercise November 4-6, once again simulating a “very bad day” scenario. Amateur Radio and MARS organizations will take part.

“This exercise will begin with a national massive coronal mass ejection event which will impact the national power grid as well as all forms of traditional communication, including landline telephone, cellphone, satellite, and Internet connectivity,” Army MARS Program Manager Paul English, WD8DBY, explained in an announcement.

During the exercise, a designated DOD Headquarters entity will request county-by-county status reports for the 3,143 US counties and county equivalents, in order to gain situational awareness and to determine the extent of impact of the scenario. Army and Air Force MARS organizations will work in conjunction with the Amateur Radio community, primarily on the 60-meter interoperability channels as well as on HF NVIS frequencies and local VHF and UHF, non-Internet linked Amateur Radio repeaters.

Below is the report on the drill from The National Association for Amateur Radio (ARRL):

 

 

Via refusefascism.org:

… ON NOVEMBER 4, 2017:

We will gather in the streets and public squares of cities and towns across this country, at first many thousands declaring that this whole regime is illegitimate and that we will not stop until our single demand is met: This Nightmare Must End: the Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!

Our protest must grow day after day and night after night—thousands becoming hundreds of thousands, and then millions—determined to act to put a stop to the grave danger that the Trump/Pence Regime poses to the world by demanding that this whole regime be removed from power…

 

 

 

 

COWBOYS OWNER: NFL’S BOTTOM LINE IS SUFFERING DUE TO NATIONAL ANTHEM PROTESTS

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Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones admitted “there is no question” the NFL is suffering due to National Anthem protests.

 

Mediaite reported:

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones — the NFL’s most prominent and visible team owner — is making a frank, if obvious, admission: The protests are negatively impacting the league’s bottom line.

In comments reported by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jones addressed the issue for the first time since the owners meeting in New York on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week.

“There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests,” Jones said.

NFL ratings across the board were down 7.5 percent from 2016 through Week 6, according to ESPN. The league has zeroed in on the protests against racial and social injustice as a primary cause for the ratings drop.

 

‘NO JUSTICE, NO BILLY JOEL!’: LEFTISTS CRASH SINGER’S ST. LOUIS CONCERT, BLOCK TRAFFIC, HARASS CONCERT GOERS

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Protesters block traffic, march in streets of downtown St. Louis outside of Billy Joel concert.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Hundreds of protesters gathered at Kiener Plaza before the Billy Joel concert Thursday to protest the verdict in the Jason Stockley trial.

Protesters begin to assemble around 6:30 p.m. Around 7:10 p.m., protesters began to march down Broadway towards Busch Stadium.

Demonstrators then stopped outside ballpark barricades along Broadway and chanted “white silence is violence” and “no justice, no profits.” The protesters later blocked the intersection of Market and Broadway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ST. LOUIS BLM PROTESTERS ENTER CHESHIRE INN, BANG ON GUESTS DOORS, CHANTING

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  • Black Lives Matter protesters march through Cheshire Inn knocking on room doors while chanting.
  • Protesters were chanting “No Justice, No Profits!”

 

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) –

A small group of protesters gathered in Forest Park before they walked over to the Cheshire Inn Thursday, police said.

People began to gather in the park around 3:00 p.m. Protesters briefly blocked the intersection of Clayton and Skinker.

They also walked over to the Cheshire Inn and went inside. Police said a water bottle with an unknown substance was thrown.

Authorities said the group cleared the area after two orders to disperse were given.

 

 

 

 

THREE DEMOCRAT CONGRESSMEN ARRESTED OUTSIDE TRUMP TOWER DURING DACA PROTEST

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  •  “Raúl was taken into custody in front of Trump Tower for civil disobedience along with Rep. Gutierrez and Rep. Espaillat.”

 

Via Fox News:

Three Democratic congressmen were arrested outside Trump Tower after protesting the president’s immigration policies in New York City on Tuesday.

Arizona Rep. Raúl Grijalva‏, Illinois Rep. Luis Gutiérrez and New York Rep. Adriano Espaillat were taken into custody by police, according to Grijalva’s campaign Twitter account and a Gutiérrez aide.

 

Grijalva’s account tweeted that “Raúl was taken into custody in front of Trump Tower for civil disobedience along with Rep. Gutierrez and Rep. Espaillat.”

Douglas Rivlin, Gutiérrez’s communications director, confirmed that the congressman was arrested.

Photos taken at the scene and posted on social media show the Democrats, all of whom are Latino, sitting in the street.

The lawmakers were part of a group protesting the president’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program that shields young illegal immigrants who entered the country as children from deportation.

 

 

PHOTOS! ST. LOUIS: 2ND NIGHT VIOLENT PROTEST IN DELMAR LOOP, BROKEN WINDOWS, OBJECTS THROWN AT COPS ( VIDEO )

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ST. LOUIS (AP) — Protests turned violent for the second night on Saturday after the acquittal of a white former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man, as a small group of demonstrators refused to disperse, breaking windows and throwing objects at police, who moved in with armored vehicles and in riot gear.

The confrontation took place in the Delmar Loop of the St. Louis suburb of University City — known for concert venues, restaurants, shops and bars and including the famous Blueberry Hill where rock legend Chuck Berry played for many years. The area had been the scene of a peaceful march earlier in the evening that ended with organizers calling for people to leave and reconvene Sunday afternoon.

But a small group of protesters refused to go. Hundreds of police in riot gear eventually moved in and ordered them to disperse, saying the protest was unlawful. The demonstrators retreated down a street, breaking windows and throwing objects at police.

Some protesters were seen in handcuffs but the number of arrests was not immediately known.

The sudden eruption of violence had followed a day of peaceful demonstrations at suburban shopping malls and during the march in University City.

Demonstrators shouted slogans such as “black lives matter” and “it is our duty to fight for our freedom” as they marched through West County Center mall in the city of Des Peres, west of St. Louis, to decry the judge’s verdict Friday clearing ex-officer Jason Stockley of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting of Anthony Lamar Smith. A group also demonstrated at Chesterfield Mall in the suburbs and at a regional food festival.

 

 

 

A woman walks past a broken window as police try to clear a violent crowd. Local news reported that few of the protesters present during the violence had been at an earlier, 300-person march through West County Mall

 

 

Local man Scott McRoberts helps clean up broken glass after a violent crowd broke windows on many businesses in University City

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo published for Watch: Businesses damaged after peaceful protest in University City

 

 

 

ST. LOUIS PROTEST: MACY’S CLOSE THEIR DOORS, MALL SHUT DOWN, U2 AND ED SHEERAN CONCERTS CANCELLED – VIDEO/ PHOTOS

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Macy’s and other stores at West County Mall, St. Louis close their doors as 300 BLM protesters march inside ( why protest inside a private property? ). Police responded by increasing its presence as West County Mall temporarily shutdown but reopened later.

Fox News Correspondent Griff Jenkins reported, “Protesters take to a local mall chanting ‘No Justice, No Profits’”

Ed Sheeran and U2 have both cancelled their St Louis concerts as police may not be able to protect the audience from angry left-wing protesters.

The protest is about the acquittal of white cop Jason Stockley who was cleared of murdering black drug dealer Anthony Smith in 2011 on Friday after years of anticipation.

Many believe Stockley planted a gun in Smith’s car after he shot him six times following a high-speed car chase. The weapon had none of the dead man’s DNA on it but Stockey’s fingerprints were picked up.

 

Related link: Ed Sheeran and U2 BOTH cancel their concerts in St Louis: Fears of a second night of violent protests as hundreds of activists storm mall over acquittal of white cop who shot dead black suspect

 

 

 

 

A protester stands on a 'blue lives matter' flag after the not guilty verdict in the murder trial

A protester stands on a ‘blue lives matter’ flag last night

Cops stood guard outside stores at the mall as protesters marched past with signs on Saturday afternoon 

 

 

There was an increased police presence at the mall as the protesters stormed through it but the demonstration remained peaceful 

 

 

Macy's locked its doors in fear of the crowd. The protesters said they wanted to 'shut down' the mall to harm the city's economy as payback for acquitting the white cop 

 

 

As the protesters stormed the mall, there were fears of other, more violent protests which may erupt later in the night 

 

 

Many stores closed their doors as the protesters marched past them peacefully carrying signs and chanting