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‘Coming for Blacks, Indians’: Sick sign spotted at Trump rally

A Fox News anchor has been left disturbed after live footage showed a racist sign being waved at a rally in support of US President Donald Trump.The sign read, “Coming for Blacks & Indians first welcome to the new world order”, and was being held among the crowd at the Million MAGA March in Washington…

A Fox News anchor has been left disturbed after live footage showed a racist sign being waved at a rally in support of US President Donald Trump.

The sign read, “Coming for Blacks & Indians first welcome to the new world order”, and was being held among the crowd at the Million MAGA March in Washington D.C. on Saturday.

Eric Shawn, Fox News Channel Anchor, was in the middle of an interview with Mike Allen, the co-founder of US news website AXIOS when the sign was shown in a split screen during the live broadcast.

“We just saw a very disturbing sign, it said ‘Coming for Blacks and Indians, welcome to the new world order’,” Mr Shawn said, pausing the interview.

“I mean, who the hell knows, you know, what people have, and what they will say about those things.”

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The disturbing sign immediately attracted attention online, with people calling it “racist”.

“Proud boys are white nationalists who spread racist messages and are violent individuals. We’re not going to pretend that they didn’t have signs like these during the MAGA march yesterday,” one person commented on Twitter.

“Holding up signs that say, ‘We are coming for Black Indians, welcome to the new world order’ at the f***ing MAGA march! I may be white, but I’m DAMN sick tired of these racist f**ks getting away with EVERYTHING,” another wrote on Twitter.

During another section of the broadcast, a sign was shown calling for a ban of same sex marriage.

“Trump, Make America Great Again, Ban Homo Marriage”, the sign read.

Mr Shawn later returned to the interview, asking Mr Allen about Republican comments about US President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede the election.

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The march was organised by supporters of Mr Trump, who believe his unsubstantiated and debunked claims that the election was “stolen” from him through voter fraud.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany claimed “more than one MILLION marchers” had attended the rally – however the number in attendance was estimated to be more like 10,000.

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