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IN PICTURES: White House Area Smashed by AntiFa/BLM Rioters and Looters

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The National Pulse visited the scenes of Saturday night’s rioting in downtown Washington, D.C.

Below are exclusive pictures, for use with credit, taken by National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam:

D.C.’s City Center was the worst hit (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Some damage was seemingly mindless (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
City Center is the newly built home to D.C.’s boutique and luxury brand stores – many of which were broken into (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Gucci was not spared (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Nor was Canali (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
The Apple stores windows are smashed (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Through the Apple Store window (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
It wasn’t just luxury brands targeted (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Historic statues too (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Outside the White House (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
“Your Time Will Come” (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
The Veterans Affairs Building was targeted (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
“Department of Colony Affairs”, whatever that means (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
There appear to have been staging areas, such as this alley (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Union-owned banks were not spared (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Satan was present, apparently (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Even small, mom and pop stores, were hit (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Incitement to murder was big, too (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Not sure if ironic, or not (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
The rich dont usually eat at the Oval Room, but okay (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
The AFL-CIO HQ was tagged, too (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Many areas had no sign of George Floyd, but mainly pro-left political slogans (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Seems racist – no? (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Maybe it’s the way you’re telling it? (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

A few home printed signs were affixed to lamp posts (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Much of the graffiti was highly derivative and repetitive (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

No, we’re not sure, either… (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)
Not sure the anarchy logo fits with the welfarism demands but what do we know, eh? (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Due process (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Outside the White House (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

The private cafe has nothing to do with the White House (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

A singular show from a $600 pair, looted, and placed atop a recycling bin (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Looting some cold cuts, no doubt (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

See? Derivative (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

 

Eye 4 Eye in front of the Hay Adams… does this mean they want to murder someone? (Pic: The National Pulse/Raheem Kassam)

Staff Writer

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