Trump Supporters Confront Antifa in Beverly Hills, Chant ‘USA, USA' - WATCH
Video shows Peaceful expression of political opinion in California
Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump descended on a park in Beverly Hills, California, on Saturday as they were confronted by far-left Antifa counter-protesters.
Police attempted to keep the two groups separated as Trump supporters chanted “USA, USA.”
The Antifa counter-protesters arrived on the scene as the group of Pro-Trump supporters grew to several thousand.
Los Angeles police moved to prevent violence from breaking out by separating the groups.
Pro-Trump supporters began to chant, “USA, USA,” as officers moved the protesters back.
Trump supporters marched by the thousands in the liberal area of California in support of Trump's election.
The videos of photos show a diverse crowd of people enjoying themselves in a peaceful expression of their political opinion.
On the ground at the final Beverly Hills Freedom Rally before the election. While it was scheduled to start at 3, people began showing up before 12.— Samuel Braslow (@SamBraslow) October 31, 2020
Counter protesters plan on showing up. pic.twitter.com/xup6RBfKHw
Another video shows the view from above where thousands of pro-Trump supporters can be seen in the streets in anticipation of a Trump victory on Tuesday night.
The pro-Trump rally extended well into the evening.
The positive nature of the Trump campaign and supporters can clearly be in the video.
Beverly Hills Trump Rally https://t.co/4fdCD0RU8B— Jenni LI (@GrnSkyCreations) November 1, 2020
The news comes a week after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared furious when huge crowds of Trump supporters crashed his "rally" chanting "four more years!"
Biden and President Donald Trump each held rallies on Saturday as both candidates make a final push before the November 3 presidential election.
Unfortunately for Biden, however, his campaign event turned into a Trump rally.
The former vice president held a drive-in rally north of Philadelphia in Bristol, Pennsylvania.