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Hong Kong airport protests continue for second day

Hong Kong airport protests continue for second day

Pro-democracy protesters clash with and riot police at Hong Kong airport for the second day. Monday’s protests forced the cancellation of more than 100 flights as they took over the airport. While flights resumed Tuesday, protesters returned in larger numbers later in the day. Demonstrators wearing black and covering their faces, barricaded entrances with luggage trolleys check-ins were suspended.

Chris
Chris
Spartan Life
Spartan Life 1 year

Hey I’m willing to take those legal immigrants

Russell Daggett
Russell Daggett 1 year

That's gotta piss off China something fierce.

Kyle Brown
Kyle Brown 1 year

Funny how a country with real problems idealizes the US while we so many internally whom wish to do nothing more than demonize it and wish/make it into places like this? I wish these people all the best.

T3hGladiator
T3hGladiator 1 year

The real MVP's

Luficer Morningstar
Luficer Morningstar 1 year

If China don't want them the US should take them since they would actually qualify as real asylum seekers and not like those who come here to claim and ask for handouts like those South of the border or the Chinese immigrants that come here to drop babies so they can stay.

Alulim of Sumer
Alulim of Sumer 1 year

welcome them into the Union as the 51st State!!!

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 1 year

To those protesters: we are an open and welcoming country. I feel that we’d be more than happy to have you.

Nikolozka
Nikolozka 1 year

I bet George Soros is hiding somewhere in the crowd there

Larry
Larry 1 year

More Chinese want to be free than Democrats how sad is that for our country.

Oliver Biscuit
Oliver Biscuit 1 year

Keep up the fight Kongers. Drive out the mainlanders and claim your independence or die trying. At this point now, if you give up, the PRC will disappear any protestor and treat it like Tiananmen and sweep it under the rug

The
The 1 year

If they can't effect change to the Chinese government, let them come here. They will be welcome with open arms!

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 1 year

This hong kong protest glows in the dark something fierce lol.

TC_volenter
TC_volenter 1 year

As so-called sports and entertainment ideals take a knee. Show no respect for there county that gave then the freedom

Asura Bomb
Asura Bomb 1 year

I want Hong Kong as part of our 50 states. how much would that be at that point? 54? too lazy to math.

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 1 year

This makes me sad. There’s nothing we can do for them. They are legitimately being oppressed by a tyrannical government and directly asking for help. This aren’t some economic migrants trying to cross the border to get checks and healthcare these are actual people getting oppressed by a communist government. It makes me sick.

Pj Sina
Pj Sina 1 year

I wish the best for the protesters of Hong Kong.

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 1 year

Beijing is really not loving the american flag these days.

Lowlife
Lowlife 1 year

Sadly I don’t think the US can take them. It would definitely put strain on US China relations

Ben
Ben 1 year

For the love of God China, do not accept globo homo Americanism. It will rot your culture from the inside out until pedophiles dressed like demons are reading to your children in public libraries and teaching them how to be sexual deviants. Although something tells me this is not an organic demonstration.

Prodigal Liberal
Prodigal Liberal 1 year

Closet Communists New York Times, Washington Post, MSM, AOC, BS aka Bernie Sanders, Pocalizabeth Warren, are all quiet. They shpuld be shipped one way to Hong Kong in exchange for the valiant freedom loving people of Hong Kong. They certainly appreciate American liberty than these unpatriotic ingrates.

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