Protesters suggested that “blood” violence could occur while demonstrating outside the Diocese of Covington in Kentucky Tuesday, after the planned protest outside Covington Catholic High School was re-located, with the school closed due to concern for the safety of students. The American Indian Movement of Indiana and Kentucky organized the protest against the supposed racism of MAGA hat-wearing Catholic teenagers at the March for Life.
“We are here for accountability, we’re not here for blood,” said a Native American protester to reporters.
“Well…” a man beside her said, prompting protester laughter.
“Well, I’m going to leave that to you, sir,” the protester responded.
The man who made the violent suggestion followed up with incomprehensible profane comments that included the words “peace” and “Alcatraz.”
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