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Convenient: Bricks & Benches Appear in US Cities, National Guard activated

Piles of bricks and random benches have started appearing in American cities ahead of what could be a Donald Trump victory tonight.

In a tactic familiar to those who watched the riots following the death of George Floyd, the item are conveniently staged in easy access areas for rioters.

Twitter users across America have been posting of the potential projectiles in various cities today. Could the abundance of photos suggest the Democrats expect Trump to be re-elected?

At the same time, stores in major cities started boarding up the windows days ago. The National Guard is already out and about in 16 states as well.

All signs point to election night violence if Trump is re-elected.

Here are some examples:

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Ryan Craswell is a 2001 graduate of the Holland College Journalism Program in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. He has worked in print media with The Eastern Graphic newspaper in PEI along with the Truro Daily News and Amherst Daily News in Nova Scotia. Ryan has also been an editor in online sports media but more recently has worked in marketing content. He created Free North News in October 2020 and is committed to delivering honest insight and news that the corporate, mainstream media fails to cover.

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