A DC pastor spoke out Sunday after watching far-right demonstrators vandalize property at a historic Black church in the nation's capital this week.
Those protesters vandalized two signs at the church.
One of them, a Black Lives Matter sign, was ripped down and burned as a crowd cheered around it.
The sign belonged to Asbury United Methodist Church at 11th and K streets Northwest.
Noting “an apparent rise in white supremacy,” Asbury’s lead pastor said she watched on Twitter as demonstrators who participated in Saturday’s MAGA gatherings destroyed the BLM sign.
Trump's infamous tear-gassing of protesters at Lafayette Square so he could conduct a photo opportunity at the church.
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