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Small pro-Trump protest in downtown El Paso; FBI, bridges report normal operations continue

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A small group of protesters supporting President Trump gathered at San Jacinto Plaza.

EL PASO, Texas – A group calling itself “Stop the Steal” that’s aligned with the group of protesters in Washington held a peaceful protest in San Jacinto Plaza on Wednesday.

The group was led by Irene Armendariz, who who ran against U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar during the fall election.

The group says they are protesting what they call “The Great Steal.”

A group of about 50 peaceful protesters gathered first at the Oregon Street bridge, holding up signs supporting President Trump.

The protesters then made their way to San Jacinto Plaza, where they held a small rally.

They said they believe the presidential election was “stolen” from President Trump.

Armendariz said she has no firsthand knowledge about the larger protest in Washington that put the U.S. Capitol on lockdown. She did say she thought left-wing groups like Antifa were fueling the violence in Washington.

When asked if she had any direct evidence of that, she said it is all over the Internet.

Fort Bliss, the FBI in El Paso and the international bridges are reporting normal operations.

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Saul Saenz

El Paso native Saul Saenz is a veteran reporter who also hosts ABC-7 Extra.

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4 Comments

  1. Lol. Bass pro shop marketing these losers. Stfu and go home morons. The new “thugs”. Oh, Biden is you President pendejos! Como estan ? Learn Spanish putos!

  2. Stop The ‘Steal’ ‘Stolen’ Election’ the sane old trope that ALL people of color and the organization that represent lack integrity and are therefore thieves.

  3. Shut the hell up and go back to sellin your real estate. You lost, coocubird. Go away. If you truly were a “christian” you would have nothing to do with tRump. You are a dumbass

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