Newport Beach mayor calls out Irvine mayor for supporting protesters who seized a building

Newport Beach mayor calls out Irvine mayor for supporting protesters who seized a building


The mayor of Newport Beach was not happy to see the mayor of Irvine publicly condemn police action at the University of California, Irvine while Newport Beach police were on scene to help out her city’s illegal encampment.

When the anti-Israel protesters took over a campus building, responding police were pushed out. Multiple law enforcement agencies in Orange County responded to provide backup for the clearing operation. Dozens of protesters were arrested during the sweep.

‘The encampers assured our community that they were committed to maintaining a peaceful and nondisruptive encampment.’

The official X account for Irvine Mayor Farrah Khan expressed the mayor’s dismay at the actions of the police, not the building occupiers.

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“It’s a shame that peaceful free speech protests are always

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