Proud Boys, Antifa and MILO: rallies in the age of Trump


WASHINGTON – A sea of red Make America Great Again gathered on the National Mall to see President Donald Trump sworn into the office as the 45th president of the United States. January 20, 2017.


WASHINGTON – Counter protesters began marching as soon as the inauguration ended. North of here near K Street, around 200 were arrested after windows were broken and a fire started. January 20, 2017.


NEW YORK – Trump supporters gathered in his hometown of New York City for March 4 Trump events held across the country. March 4, 2017.


NEW YORK – People waved flags and cheered at cars who honked their horns in support of the rally. March 4, 2017.


NEW YORK – Counter protesters marched after the March 4 Trump. March 4, 2017.


NEW YORK – Masked Antifa attended as well. March 4, 2017.


BOSTON – Oath Keepers volunteered to protect attendees of the Boston Free Speech Rally, and prevent clashes between them and the Antifa across Boston Common. May 13, 2017.


BOSTON – The crowd was ideologically diverse, and included members of the Patriot movement, Trump supporters and even some veterans of Occupy Wall Street. May 13, 2017.


BOSTON – Many people brought Kekistan flags to the rally. May 13, 2017.

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BOSTON – Proud Boys initiated new members before the speeches began. May 13, 2017.


BOSTON – Antifa gathered on the hill opposite the Boston Free Speech Rally, separated by members of the Boston Police Department. May 13, 2017.


NEW YORK – People brought Israeli flags, rainbow flags and various anti-Islam signs to the protest against Linda Sarsour’s commencement speech at CUNY. June 1, 2017.


NEW YORK – Protesters gathered to call MILO a variety of slurs before he spoke at the protest against Sarsour. June 1, 2017.

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