‘Day of Rage’ Protest Turns into Day of Peace & Quiet

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DALLAS -- A day after President Obama's nationally televised town hall on race relations, tensions between civilians and law enforcement is still high and it's those tensions that led the infamous hacker group anonymous to organize a nationwide "Day of Rage" protest in conjunction with Black Lives Matter. One of the places chosen to host the protest was Dealey Plaza in Dallas.

Only problem? No one showed up. Yep, the protest that was supposed to be filled with rage instead never even mustered up a whimper as tourists calmly walked through Dealey Plaza.

NewsFix caught up with some disappointed bystanders, "Some children were upset over there a little while ago but generally there's not a lot of rage going on."

And hey, that's ok. After what this city's been through the past week we could use a break from all the rage in exchange for some peace and quiet.

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