Terence Monahan, head of the New York City police department, and several other high ranking officers were assaulted and injured by Communist founded Black Lives Matter (BLM) rioters on July 15, 2020 in Brooklyn, New York. Just a few weeks prior, Chief Monahan was filmed submitting to dangerous BLM and Antifa rioters.
The attack occurred during a pro-police demonstration in Brooklyn. Dangerous Black Lives Matter Marxists attempted to block those supportive of law enforcement. Chief Terence Monahan was walking with the pro-police motorcade, along with other officers, when he was attacked.
The BLM rioters used bats to attack some of the officers. “Surveillance video from outside City Hall appears to show protesters receiving a small shipment of bats before anti-cops activists clashed with officers on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday morning,” reports the New York Post.
The shipment of bats to Black Lives Matter Marxists is a terrifying illustration of the coordinated, organized nature of the violent rioters. As reported at RAIR Foundation USA, stockpiles of weapons, including bricks, were mysteriously left across the country during the mass riots.
Just weeks ago, in a controversial move, Chief Monahan, the highest ranking uniformed member of the New York police department showed his solidarity with the same type of BLM Marxists when he bowed and took a knee in Brooklyn with them. The Chief’s publicity stunt put his fellow NYPD police officers lives at risk.
Retired Terrorism Detective Stephanie Ameiss recently sat down with RAIR to discuss senior law enforcement officials submitting to dangerous rioters across the country. Ameiss spoke of the dangerous consequences of such actions and urgently reminded her fellow officers, “you are not there to submit, you are there to protect.”
Watch the following video of both the attack on NYPD Chief Terence Monahan and his reckless decision to take a knee with BLM Marxists:
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