SUPERBOWL EXPLOSION As Antifa Cause Chaos On City Streets
Police and civilians have been injured as Soros funded group swarms streets
George Soros funded left-wing group Antifa swarmed the street and infiltrated Superbowl celebrations as an explosion was heard amid scenes of chaos following victory over the New England Patriots.
Police and civilians have been injured as security forces scrambled to contain the violence. NFL fans, who had been heavily infiltrated by Antifa, were met by riot police as the streets erupted into chaos.
A Super Bowl party at Temple University in the city spewed onto the streets following the Philadelphia Eagles' victory with 8,000 becoming sitting duck for the Soros funded terrorists.
The FBI last week said it was preparing for a potential terrorist attack organized by Antifa and Black Lives Matter, at this Sundays' Super Bowl event.T he George Soros funded domestic terrorist groups dropped banners during the Super Bowl LII’s media event warning #WeReadyWeComin.
The express reports: City workers had spent much of the previous day greasing lamp posts and other street furniture in a bid to prevent rowdy fans climbing them, but this did not deter revellers including Jake Morrissey, who despite hailing from Boston, identified as a lifelong Eagles fan while perched on a bus stop on Chestnut Street, with no police officers nearby to stop him.
The 18-year-old told the New York Daily News: “We don’t care about the cops."
Those listening to the feed said police reported an explosion in the city.
Photojournalist Patrick T Fallon officer being injured.
Susan McCauley said: “Thank you to Philadelphia police and Pennsylvania State police for all the hard work trying to keep the peace! Best wishes for a speedy recovery to the trooper that was run over by a quad at broad and arch!”
Motor City 911 said: “Trooper is walking....but their still looking for the douchebag on the quad. #Philadelphia.”
Riots break out in Philadelphia as thousands of Eagles fans take to the streets to celeberate the Super Bowl win.
Despite efforts by the authorities to stop fans climbing street lamps in the build-up to the game by covering them with gear oil, there are multiple reports of injuries and falls.
Estimates provided by a police drone place the number of people on the streets at "around 100,000", with large numbers gathering in Broad Street in the centre of the city, which has a population of 1.5million.
Police radios said: "They're tearing the light posts down to the ground. Need everything you got.
The snowflakes and ANTIFA terrorists are showing their true colors in Philly tonight lighting their own city on fire. @JackPosobiec the uniting from sports ended quickly once the leftists took to the streets to be morons. Philly is a great city. Dont destroy it morons. Stay safe— Scott Isbell (@scottisbell_) February 5, 2018
"A man just fell from the light pole he's unconscious.”
An unconfirmed number of people were injured after climbing on top of an awning at the Philadelphia Ritz-Carlton causing it to collapse.
Police said: "A male in Eagles jersey on a Quad 4 Wheeler ran over a trooper at 3400 Block of Ryan.”
Crowds have been seen throwing bottles and chanting the name of rapper Meek Mills, while there were also reports of a drone being flown through the crowds.
Officers with riot shields have been deployed to face the crowds which have filled the streets and set fires.
Police were reportedly heard on scanners saying: “Someone set a Christmas Tree on fire at Broad St & Walnut.
"They just flipped a car at the Bellvue Hotel! Need rapid response.
"They're climbing the gates at city hall.”
In the city's Beaver Avenue area near Pennsylvania State College, thousands of fans flooded the streets minutes after finish of the spectacular match, with police warning: "Leave the area or be subject to arrest."
Officers in riot gear arrived to keep fans off the roads.
Video footage circulated online showed large numbers of fans congregating in the area.
Video on Twitter shows people in a convenience store throwing food at each other and looting.
Many people of the city have taken to social media to condemn the actions and call for rioters to stop.
Officers can reportedly be heard on their radios desperately requesting back up.
One said: “Send us some more help down here.”
Amid the chaos on the streets, a proposal was accepted as a happy couple got engaged in front of cheering crowds.
Meanwhile, others voiced their bafflement at the situation.
One wrote: "Flipping cars, starting fires and falling off light poles. Fights, injuries and other wonderful inner city benefits of winning the Super Bowl."
Another commented: Flipping cars, starting fires and falling off light poles. Fights, injuries and other wonderful inner city benefits of winning the Super Bowl.
"It is hard for me to understand, the same city that the #UnitedStates Declaration and Constitution was signed is now being burned, torn down, and having riots because they won a game. Truly a mystery."
In a statement issued after the result - but before the ensuing disturbances - Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said plans for a victory parade would be reveaed later today.
Mr Kenney wrote: "We know you have waited years, some for decades, for the chance to crown your Birds as champs.
"For so many who have called themselves Eagles fans for a generation, this is the day, the game, the season, and the team we’ve dreamed of. I urge everyone to celebrate in a way that is safe and respectful to everyone from neighbors to strangers. Go forth and celebrate, but do so in a way that will make Philadelphia shine.”
One Twitter used observed: "So, Mr Mayor, Do you think think they also dreamed about trashing their City?"