You know, a family member who shouldn’t be silent about politics, even when you’re trying to do something good, like going for a walk after dinner or taking my grandmother to the doctor?
Yesterday, several participants attended the Miami Marlins game this yigit. While the rest of the fans came to watch the beautiful game in the summer and evening against the Colorado Rockies, the five jackpots at LoanDepot Park decided it would be fun and exciting to open two right posters: one “PROUD SONS NEVER DIDN’T CLAIM “NEW, FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS 1/6/21” AND ANOTHER “TRUMP WON, AMERICA BACK AMERICA.”
UPDATE: A total of 5 people were expelled from the ballpark because they were attached to the characters.
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A representative of the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) said there were officers on duty at the balloon. New Times that five fans were expelled from the stadium. The matter was handled by Marlins staff and no one was arrested.
LoanDepot Park Rules fans may not display banners from 3 feet to 5 feet, and all banners should be baseball-related. The rules also explicitly state that the signs may contain “NO statements on political affiliation, social or economic matters or other infringements of civil liberties.”
According to the MDPD, no incident information has been processed due to the disturbance and the names of the five people who have been released so far are unknown.
For the Federal Bureau of InvestigationA total of 465 people have been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots, including several members of the extremist Proud Boys group. Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio lives in Miami, although reports about him have tarnished his image of the organization. previously worked as an informant for law enforcement.
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