Come election day, Beverly Hills fears “Proud Boys and Q-Anon” not the arsonists and looters who terrorized them in June

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Beverly Hills prepares for doomsday
by Danielle Berrin
October 23, 2020

Beverly Hills is afraid. Very afraid. Two weeks ahead of what may prove the most contentious election in American history, rumors and fears of mass civil unrest are swirling through Beverly Hills’ lavish neighborhoods, leaving residents feeling spooked and uneasy. “If I buy a gun, can I get training from the police department?” a male resident asked a Beverly Hills Police Department official during an Oct. 20 town hall Zoom meeting. Foreboding was the prevailing mood at the event organized by the BH Flats Neighborhood Watch, which drew more than 100 angsty residents eager to hear the city’s plans for staving off election-week “civil unrest, chaos and crime,” as one participant put it. READ MORE

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2 Responses to Come election day, Beverly Hills fears “Proud Boys and Q-Anon” not the arsonists and looters who terrorized them in June

  1. Sheldon langer says:

    Good! The Left Will riot, not the Trump supporters..

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  2. ArchitectGuy says:

    But if you read the article, you’ll see the good people of Beverly Hills are concerned about Proud Boys and White Separatists (who aren’t the people who’ve actually been doing the looting and burning)

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