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Over the weekend, participants of the 'March 4 Trump' demonstration, an event organized to show support for President Donald Trump and free speech, were met by members of the 'By Any Means Necessary' counter-demonstration group in downtown Berkeley.
The result was chaos and violence as some members of the opposing sides engaged in fist fights.
Police reported that five people were arrested for battery, four for assault with a deadly weapon and one for resisting arrest.
RT: The demonstration in Berkeley was one of dozens across the country in support of the President. Why did you think it was important to take action?
Kathy Zhu: Free speech has been around since forever. It is our First Amendment Right to have free speech – just talk about whatever we want to without having anyone censor us. I feel it is really important… Whatever we speak, whatever we say that doesn’t relate to the left, or that doesn’t correlate with their political agenda – we get censored. It is really important to have advocated for that, and to support the First Amendment Right – no matter what.