Mayor Elicker, New Haven leaders name out white supremacy, systemic racism following violent riots at US Capitol

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Mayor Justin Elicker and non secular and group leaders of latest Haven gathered Wednesday nighttime following the violent protests in Washington D.C. at Capitol Hill to call out “what’s incorrect and the right way forward.”

Mayor Elicker spoke of looking at the violence unfold he become angered and saddened “when a large community of anarchists violently took over our capitol constructing.”

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He went on to claim he changed into disheartened seeing the hypocrisy of the violence nowadays and the orders of President Donal Trump who ordered the military to preserve the peace at Black Lives be counted protests however not for Wednesday’s revolt populated by overwhelmingly white contributors.

“here’s the definition of white supremacy and we now have bought to call this out as a nation,” Mayor Elicker referred to. “We see in our president and those that help our president…aiding systemic racism. It’s time for it to cease…this is a very dark day in this city”

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He known as on republicans to name that out and say that it is incorrect.

“New Haven is a place the place we protest peacefully and respect the guideline of legislations,” the mayor concluded.