Film Crew Releases Never Seen Before Footage of 2017 Inauguration Riots - WATCH
Doc highlights anarchists preparing for violent clashes with police
New never before seen footage of 2017 riots following President Donald Trump's Inauguration has been released by a documentary film crew.
The footage was obtained as part of a documentary about the fight for dominance between the establishment media and independent news organizations.
The footage shows a coordinated attack on the 2017 inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Here is what it shows:
Highlights anarchists preparing for violent clashes with police (10:22)
Violent attacks on attendees (2:08)
Destruction of property (9:50)
Physical premeditated blockades that succeed in blocking voters from attending the Inauguration (3:29).
Other highlights include interviews with blockade organizers Code Pink and Disrupt J20, whose goal was to “shut this inauguration down.”
Code Pink organizer Tighe Barry is asked:
“Are you guys going to cause some mayhem?”
His response is an emphatic “Yes sir!” (3:56)
“We blocked this street because we feel like we have the right to tell them not to come into our city.” (4:27)
J20 organizer is quoted saying:
“These people should be referred to as neo-nazis, as fascist, as the legitimate scum they are, so they can be wiped from this country!” (1:48)
Black supporters of Trump are also seen being called “Uncle Toms!” while having their hats snatched off their heads. (10:51)
The documentary producer explained why they released the footage now:
“It was never our intent to release any footage while we’re still in production. We have held this dramatic content for 4 years in anticipation of its final release in the completed film, however, recent events have convinced us of the imperative to release this excerpt now.”