NYPD Chief Who Knelt With “Protesters” Last Month Is Assaulted By Mob

Surveillance video shows an unidentified man on the bridge’s walkway leaning over a fence and using sort of bat, pipe or can to hit officers over the head as they arrested anti-cop goons.

Photos posted on the NYPD’s Twitter account show the wounded cops with blood streaming from their scalps and over their faces

An NYPD spokesman said “the officers sustained serious injuries. This is not peaceful protest, this will not be tolerated.”

NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan was among the officers assaulted. He also suffered a broken finger.

Last month, while in uniform Monahan knelt with “protesters” to show solidarity with them.

This is him.

As cable news law enforcement analyst James Gagliano tweeted about the incident “NEVER bend the knee to a mob...Said it then and say it now — Mob is coming for all.”

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