- At the Republican National Convention earlier this week, a video shown used footage from a 2019 protest in Spain in a montage that alluded to the ongoing protests against racism in the US, NBC News reported.
- In the video, which aired Monday and has since been posted on President Trump’s YouTube channel, two women talk about their conservative values and allude to recent protests, bemoaning “rioting” and “crime.”
- Anti-racism and anti-police brutality protests have continued across the US, and while they’ve mostly been peaceful, destructive and sometimes violent moments have dominated headlines.
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The Republican National Convention, which took place in a mostly-virtual format Monday through Thursday, used stock video footage of an October 2019 protest in Barcelona, Spain, while the video’s narrators alluded to ongoing anti-racism protests in the United States.
As NBC News reported, the video that aired Monday and has since