Protests in the Village of Warwick?

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I am writing in response to the protest on immigration that took place in the village of Warwick on Saturday, June 30, 2018.

I understand that people are upset over these policies but I’m not sure why our quaint little village of Warwick is the stage to express this outrage.

If I am out to eat with my family in the village, why should we be subjected to the chants “Cage Trump, not kids!”

This is an outrage regarding a law that is at the federal level. Why was a permit approved in our little village?

Go to DC if you want to make a difference.

Parading around here isn’t going to do a thing but annoy the people who live here.

I work in New York City and I’m subjected to these kind of protests many times a month.

I have to now deal with this kind of thing in my own town? I am really frustrated over this.

Am I the only person who feels this way?

Tiffany Howell


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