A couple days ago I visited Union Square during the opening remarks of the Democratic Socialists of America. It was boring, and I did not stay for the 5 o’clock march to City Hall.
Kilgoar and I anticipated seeing Twitter personalities there, but they were all reportedly wearing masks, so I could not identify or contact them.
Beyond showing up, barely on time, little to no effort was put into coverage of this event.
Expect the same during tomorrow’s coverage of the protests scheduled during President Trump’s first visit to his hometown of New York City.
“You’ll have to clamber with great effort to beat other protesters to the front,” Kilgoar advised, “because they have been hardened by the city.”
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