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WATCH: Dan Bongino “This isn’t a protest anymore. This is a coup”

by Paul Goldberg
WATCH: Dan Bongino "This isn’t a protest anymore. This is a coup"

Appearing on “Fox and Friends” on Sunday, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino reacted to the mayhem across the country and made the case that “This isn’t a protest anymore, this is a coup.”

“This is an organized internal coup by a small group of agitators acting as a domestic terror group. That’s a fact” Bongino added.


Per Fox News, the violent protests across the country left at least three dead, dozens injured, hundreds arrested and buildings and businesses in charred ruins.

The protests were sparked by the May 25 death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis cop, Derek Chauvin, was seen kneeling on his neck in a viral video. Chauvin has been fired and charged with third-degree murder, and the U.S. Justice Department is investigating the case. Crowds across the nation have seized on the racially charged incident to demand justice, but the protests have turned increasingly violent, culminating in a weekend of carnage.

Host Pete Hegseth noted that in New York City, 345 people were arrested, 33 officers were injured and 47 police vehicles were damaged.

“It should have been a protest,” Bongino said.

“There were legitimate reasons looking at the tape of Mr. Floyd for all Americans who agreed in unanimity, for one of the first times I’ve seen in the last probably 10 years, that there was something seriously wrong there and you know what we’re not talking about? Any of that because we’re talking about an Antifa group, an organized group of agitators, committed unquestionably now to the destruction of the United States.”

Bongino went on to say that “some police departments, due to political leadership and bad political leadership have let this evolve into a riot from a protest.”

“It’s very difficult to put a lid on that,” he continued.

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