Tom Cotton Advises Americans to Take Matters Into Their Own Hands to Remove Pro-Hamas Protestors From Roadways

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Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) urged Americans to assert their agency and personally address the issue of demonstrators obstructing roads.

Cotton’s comments coincide with the actions of radical pro-Palestinian demonstrators who obstructed roadways nationwide on Monday to express their opposition to Israel, which recently faced an attack from Iran over the weekend.

Notable instances of anti-Semitic demonstrators obstructing traffic occurred on Interstate 190, which leads to O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, causing delays for traffic heading towards Manhattan.

Additional instances were demonstrators blocking Interstate 5 in Oregon, thoroughfares in Philadelphia, and the primary route leading to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

The protests were allegedly orchestrated by the radical far-left organization A15 Action, which advocated for the obstruction of highways in several locations worldwide as a demonstration of “solidarity with Palestine” amidst Israel’s ongoing efforts to neutralize Hamas militants in Gaza.

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