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The Biden Harris campaign claimed victory over Donald Trump on Saturday night, and the BLM protests were back in action Sunday night.
In Ann Arbor, Mich., protestors marched through the streets while patrons at outdoor restaurants cheered them on, and raised their fists in a black power salute. One man only takes his hand down in order to pay the check for his meal.
"Black lives matter," they chanted to the sound of drum beats. Protestors shouted at diners as they passed, with some yelling "sit down, grandpa," according to independent journalist Brenden Gutenschwager, who was on the scene.
This has been an ongoing tactic over the summer, with restaurant patrons across the country badgered into compliance with the mob's mission.
They chanted "ACAB," meaning "all cops are bastards," as they marched past more restaurants.
They blocked police cars from viewing the march, holding banners in front of police vehicles.
They stopped traffic along their route as well.
And drove officers from the scene.
Police had shut down roads so that the protestors could do their thing.
Protestors didn't like the barricades though, and moved them.
It was reported that there were hundreds of people out on the street.
"Black lives matter!"
As protestors chanted "How do you spell murder?" With the response "AAPD!" They carried banners with the name Aura Rosser, who was 40-years-old when she was shot by police in 2014. Officers had been called to her home for a domestic dispute, and when officers arrived she allegedly approached them with a knife. While one officer fired a taser, the other fired his gun. Charges against the officers were dropped as it had been determined that they acted in self-defense.
In light of this police shooting six years ago, protestors demanded the abolishment of the Ann Arbor Police Department. "Disarm, defund, abolish the police!" They chanted.
They walked through the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan.
And returned to protest outside of City Hall.
This after they had held a candlelight vigil for Rosser outside of the Ann Arbor Police Department.
And took up dancing to the sound of "F— 12" outside of Michigan's shuttered State Theatre.