Protesters Of NYC Ceasefire Arrested By Police For Blocking Street In Front Of Rep. Dan Goldman’s Brooklyn Office

According to local reports, on Wednesday, New York Police Department officers detained multiple protesters who were among the crowd gathered outside of Rep. Dan Goldman’s office in Brooklyn.

Video footage posted on X (formerly Twitter) shows protesters chanting “Ceasefire now.”

According to a witness video posted on X, police at the scene have declared that protesters who are blocking traffic in the roadway may face arrest for “disorderly conduct”.

In the video, an NYPD officer can be heard warning individuals that they will be arrested for disorderly conduct if they continue to obstruct vehicular traffic while remaining on the roadway. The officer advises them to stay on the sidewalk and only cross the street when the traffic signal allows them to do so.

The reason behind the attack on the politician’s office is not yet evident. However, it is worth noting that Goldman was among the 22 Democrats who voted in favor of censuring Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. on Tuesday. Tlaib’s recent remarks on the Israel-Hamas conflict sparked controversy, leading to the censure.

During a public speech, he shared his experience of escaping Israel along with his family after the devastating Hamas terror attack on October 7th.

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