CHAOS IN PARIS: French Paramedics, First Responders, Students Join Fuel Protests

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The widespread protests sweeping Paris escalated Monday as first responders and students joined the massive demonstrations against gasoline shortages and a lack of fuel throughout the country.

“Anti-government protesters gained new allies Monday as French paramedics and students joined ongoing rallies while the prime minister met with political rivals in a bid to ease the anger following riots that rocked Paris,” writes the Associated Press.

“On Saturday, more than 130 people were injured and 412 arrested in the French capital amid one of the worst waves of unrest in the country in recent years. Police responded with tear gas and water cannons, closing down dozens of streets and subway stations to contain the riot,” adds the AP.

The “Yellow Vest” movement -named after the bright jackets worn by emergency workers and construction crews across France- rocked Paris over the weekend; injuring more than 100 and leading to the arrests of 400 individuals.

Read the full story at the Associated Press.

Europeans left-wing snobs got their hands full. This is what happens when people had enough and start pushing back. Screwing over the middle class to line their pockets using the poor to do it.

Hmm…sounds like what’s happening in America.

Fly over country in France said enough.

Rioting is a French tradition. The Republic was founded on riots.

It’s beautiful and disturbing at the same time.