Violent Protests Fill Streets Across the U.S. Protesting George Floyd's Killing

Violence erupted all over the United States Friday night, in the wake of George Floyd‘s horrific death … and there were some horrific moments on the streets.

A protester was bodyslammed early Saturday at Atlanta’s Lenox Square Mall. She was running from cops with her male friend … they ran to their car.  After she got in the passenger seat, a cop dragged her out of the car and a struggle ensued. The officer picks the woman off the ground and bodyslams her.

The woman was handcuffed and taken to jail. We don’t know what lead to the confrontation.

There were many other violent incidents as protests took over the streets in D.C., New York City, Atlanta, Philly, Los Angeles, San Jose, Kentucky and many other cities. Buildings were burned, confrontations between police and protesters were abundant.

A protester in New York City was viciously thrown to the ground by a cop, and at least one NYC City Councilman is asking that assault charges be filed against him.

Atlanta’s Mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms, was irate that protesters were looting the CNN building.

The White House was the site of an angry protest as well, while demonstrators fought with Secret Service and other law enforcement, knocking down barriers that resulted in the White House being placed on lockdown.

Trump tweeted that there were vicious dogs that were at the ready. Sound familiar from day’s past?

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