NYPD’s units patrol 59th Street before the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP)

I’ve read reports that not a single person was arrested during the UC Berkeley riots last night. That’s a statement to one of two thing: how corrupt the Berkeley police and administration are, or how stupid they are. Either way you slice it, that’s not a good look consider all the violence and property damage that went down.

Well, the NYPD has taken a different tact. They’re arresting people and telling the others to either disperse or join their comrades in jail.



Someone shouted out “Does anyone else oppose free speech?” I’m not sure if it was a cop or not, but I sure hope so.



The rest of the night has been filled with a bunch of chanting and hatred directed towards the police, and a minority officer in particular.

All in all, it’s been a pretty boring night thanks to the NYPD actually doing their jobs, unlike what we saw in California last night. I’ll keep my eye on it, but I don’t think we’ll see too many of these people feeling froggy tonight.


UPDATE: Gavin says he caught some pepper spray on the way in…