An Antifa demonstrator in New York City was caught on camera on Sunday yelling at an NYPD officer "I hope all of your children get raped and killed."
The pinked-haired protesters comments drew gasps from other protesters who appeared to be upset by the vitriol of the woman's statement. One person in the crowd can be heard repeatedly shouting "hey" after she made the comment, while another appeared to cover her mouth in disbelief.
"You're a f*cking disgrace to society," the pink-haired protester continued before the video cut off. She appeared to be walking away from the scene as the footage ends.
Violent protests have once again erupted in many of America's major cities, including New York City, following the shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. by police in Philadelphia. Wallace was caught on video waving a knife and approaching police officers before the 27-year-old was shot dead.
Since then, New York City has experienced rioting as looters attacked businesses and caused property damage in Brooklyn, FOX News reports. Police cruisers have also been reported to have sustained damage, garbage cans have been set on fire, and a number of officers were injured as a rioter attempted to drive a sedan through a group of officers. Protesters could be heard yelling “burn the precinct to the ground, every city, every town!” Police arrested at least 30 people.
Businesses in Brooklyn are expecting more violence come election day, and many have chosen to board up their windows in anticipation of unrest.
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