On Saturday, a small group of radical left “Black Lives Matter” protesters attempted to form a march in upstate New York, but were immediately disappointed with the low turnout of attendees.
Despite the dismal start, the protesters tried to carry on, but were thwarted by police, who informed them that a bridge they were attempting to cross was still under construction, and that the pedestrian paths were closed.
After being told by police that the protest was an “unlawful assembly,” and that they would be arrested if they tried to cross, the 100 protesters gave up.
“I feel like such a failure to my people for not getting across the bridge,” said organizer Vanessa Green.
— John Meore (@JMeorePhoto) April 7, 2018