Civil unrest after the elections was predicted
“This Quickly Escalates Into Open Warfare” – Why The Government Is Preparing For Post-Election Chaos
And here just a few hours later....
I dislike the Schadenfreude and tone of Info Wars but I am sure they have the facts right.
If it had been Clinton that “won” the election the violence from Trump supporters would, I am sure have been even greater.
I don’t regard Trump as being responsible. He is but a symbol or an actor in an impersonal process of political and social collapse that began a long time ago.
Death threats against president-elect explode on social media
“A protestor was struck by a vehicle on the eastbound lanes of Highway 24 although it was not immediately clear what the extent of the victim’s injuries were,” reports Fox 5.
#NotMyPresident: Angry Americans Take to Streets in Protest of Donald Trump Win
In the wake of Donald Trump's election to the US presidency, more than 10,000 Facebook users say they will show up at demonstrations in New York City.
9 November, 2016
Socialist Alternative called for a Union Square march in New York City, with plans to picket Trump Tower in midtown, after traveling 40 blocks.
Protests have already sparked in the area, beginning Wednesday afternoon.
Demonstrations began in cities across the US early Wednesday morning, within hours of the announcement that Trump has pulled off a surprise win in the Electoral College.
There have also been school walkouts and protests at colleges and high schools throughout the country. One California high school walkout on Wednesday saw roughy 1,500 students chanting "Si se puede!" (Yes we can!) and waving Mexican flags.
Anti Trump protest in Chicago right now.
DONALD TRUMP WINS WHITE HOUSE: PROTESTS FLARE IN OAKLAND
We are hearing reports of broken windows and cars on fire
Hours after Donald Trump became president-elect, spontaneous protests erupted early Wednesday in Oakland as demonstrators sought to block freeways in the city.
A protestor was struck by a vehicle on the eastbound lanes of Highway 24 although it was not immediately clear what the extent of the victim’s injuries were.
Up to 100 people were said to have gathered in downtown Oakland to protest the results. Many spectators had gathered on Telegraph Avenue and continue to march. BART has shut down the 12th street station in downtown Oakland as a result.
We are hearing reports of broken windows and cars on fire.
Walking with protesters against Trump on Congress
AUSTIN - A large anti-Donald Trump protest that began at the University of Texas campus is making its way through Downtown Austin Wednesday.
Protesters temporarily blocked the First Street bridge before moving east on West Riverside then back up Congress Avenue towards the Capitol.
The protest reached Capitol grounds then walked back to UT campus.
The protest has remained peaceful, APD said. Several APD vehicles are following the protesters.
APD Chief Art Acevedo was walking with the crowd.
"We disrupt traffic for all kinds of stuff, festivals, races, everything else," Acevedo said. "I apologize ahead of time, but I'd rather have these young people exercise their rights peacefully."
"I don't want to speak for the group, but I'd say their message is they're not happy," Acevedo said.
FULL: Hillary Clinton Protesters RIOT After Donald Trump Election Win!!!
Donald Trump’s US presidential election win sparks riots by Hillary Clinton fans as fighting erupts outside the White House
Pro-Clinton supporters clashed with Trump fans in major cities within minutes of the billionaire being named president
Pictures and footage emerged of furious protesters burning flags, rioters setting fire to rubbish and angrily confronting Trump supporters after it emerged the controversial Republican president-elect will soon hold the most powerful position in the world.
Clinton supporters were filmed setting fire to the US flag while marching through the streets of Portland
The brash billionaire sent shockwaves around the world after delivering his own “Brexit for America” in a historic victory over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th US President.
In his first address as President-elect after a bitter campaign, Trump struck a unifying tone in front of crowds cheering “USA, USA”.
He said it was “time for America to bind the wounds of division”.
But Donald Trump’s presidential victory set off protests by hundreds of people on California college campuses and in Oregon.
Police said at least 500 people swarmed on streets in and around UCLA, some shouting ‘f**k Trump’ and others chanting “Not my president!”
There were no immediate arrests.
Smaller demonstrators were held at University of California campuses and neighbourhoods in Berkeley, Irvine and Davis and at San Jose State.
Students gather in Malcolm X Plaza at San Francisco State University
In Oakland, more than 100 protesters took to downtown streets. KNTV-TV reported that protesters burned Trump in effigy, smashed windows of the Oakland Tribune newsroom and set tires and trash on fire.
The California Highway Patrol says a woman was struck by a car during the protest and severely injured.
In Oregon, dozens of people blocked traffic in downtown Portland and forced a delay for trains on two light rail lines.
Media reports say the crowd grew to about 300 people, including some who sat in the middle of the road to block traffic.
The crowd of anti-Trump protesters burned American flags and chanted “That’s not my president.”
Pro-Clinton supporters clashed with Trump fans in major cities within minutes of him being named President.
Anti-Trump protesters chanted “f*** Trump” at the University of Oregon.