Map. History of US protests conflict

20 January 2021
Trump dances to YMCA at the conclusion of tonight's rally in Dalton, Georgia TrumpRally Georgia Dalton GeorgiaRally2 week ago
Trump dances to YMCA at the conclusion of tonight's rally in Dalton, Georgia TrumpRally Georgia Dalton GeorgiaRally
Trump responds to "Fight for Trump" chants from the crowd, saying "Really, it's fight for our country" TrumpRally
Don Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle join the rally stageside for the final portion of the President's speech TrumpRally
Bracing for possible violence, the nation's capital has mobilized the National Guard ahead of planned protests by President Donald Trump's supporters in connection with the congressional vote expected Wednesday to affirm Joe Biden's election victory
Police confirm Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was arrested today on suspicion of burning a BLM banner in DC back in December. He had 2 high-capacity magazines with him, so police say he will face charges on that as well
Proud Boys leader Henry "Enrique" Tarrio was arrested and charged with Destruction of Property related to an incident on December 12, 2020 in the 900 block of 11th Street, NW. Tarrio had two high capacity firearm magazines at time of his arrest, according to @DCPoliceDept
Outside the Capitol now. A crowd is starting to gather.
A Kentucky police officer who shot Breonna Taylor and the detective who sought the warrant is scheduled to face a termination hearing after being notified that they would be fired
The acting US Secretary of Defense approves the deployment of National Guard forces during the upcoming protests by Trump supporters
Hundreds of protesters marched in Minneapolis to demand justice in the fatal police shooting of a 23-year-old man, the city's first police-involved death since George Floyd died after being restrained by officers in May
Twitter is now showing a warning to people who click links for one of the websites for Wednesday's Stop the Steal protests in Washington DC. The website repeats baseless allegations about widespread election fraud
Vandals damage federal buildings in Philadelphia; 7 arrested
I can smell tear gas or pepper spray on account Street. Protesters are being told to leave the area and this is an unlawful assembly. @fox12oregon
The trial has been scheduled for March 8 for the four now-fired police officers charged in the death of Floyd on May 25 while he was forcibly detained on a south Minneapolis street corner
Police move in to make arrests of some of the Antifa activists at the end of tonight's demonstration, after over a dozen businesses were broken into. The rest of the crowd scattered through downtown Portland
Window shattered after a scooter was thrown at Ecru Modern Stationer, a local Portland-based speciality paper store Portland
Chase Bank broken into in downtown Portland, with front windows smashed here on New Years night
Portland food carts stay open during downtown protests
A Starbucks is ransacked in downtown Portland during tonight's anti-police, anti-capitalism New Years Eve demonstration
Portland Police:Press Release: Molotov Cocktails and Other Objects Thrown during Riot in Downtown Portland
This is the federal courthouse. It became the flashpoint of Portland protesters after federal police were deployed
Not always easy to tell what's old paint and what's newly applied in downtown Portland
Employee of Standard Insurance says 41 windows on Portland office tower were broken, each costing $5,000 each: "Starbucks is leaving. They're gone. They're not gonna come back after this. we took our fences down thinking everything was quiet.
Antifa toss back the smoke canisters at the line of police in Chapman Square
Another Starbucks on the ground floor of the Standard Insurance tower in downtown Portland
Police make a push through Chapman Square after reinforcements arrived, as the assembly is declared a riot over the LRAD in downtown Portland
Portland police are standing around talking near the Starbucks. Regarding tonight, they "don't think it was as bad as May." "At least it's not as hot," says one in riot gear
A man dances around a fire with a hatchet as police fire off crowd control munitions against the umbrellas PortlandProtests
Multiple businesses that were broken into around Pioneer Courthouse Square. Ben Bridge, Pandora, and Ecru (A women and locally owned business)
A worker is on site at the Starbucks at Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland
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