A Boston protest that was organized to resist vaccine and mask mandates turned violent Sunday after Antifa groups showed up, Fox News reported.
The anti-mandate demonstration was organized by a group called “Super Happy Fun America.” It was set to begin at 12 p.m. Sunday at Boston Common, Fox News reported. People gathered there to speak out against vaccine and mask mandates when Antifa groups showed up to confront the protesters, according to Fox News.
The Antifa group took to Twitter to mobilize, Fox News reported. A group known as “Solidarity Against Hate – Boston” tweeted on Oct. 19 encouraging others to “tell the Capitol rioters to get out of Boston.” (RELATED: ‘Defund The Media!’: Protest Against Vax Mandate Erupts Outside New York Times Building)
Super Happy Fun America is planning their return to Boston at noon on Sunday, November 7, with a new COVID-denier group called CORR. Let’s make sure they know where Boston stands: https://t.co/bZolRuPALI pic.twitter.com/1GtifTtxQW
— Solidarity Against Hate – Boston (@Bos_Solidarity) October 19, 2021
The fighting began around 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Antifa protesters broke through police barricades and clashed with anti-mandate protesters, the Boston Herald reported.
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