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One driver rode by with an upside-down colonial flag used by certain conservative groups who disagree with progressive political policies such as gun control.
At some of the rallies, counter protesters, stating that they thought the rallies were about gun control, turned out as well. In Titusville, a handful of people gathered, Hearn said.
Buy PhotoMembers from the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club attended the Cocoa rally. Brevard United Against Gun Violence. County wide peaceful sign waving rallies were held in Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay on Sunday from 12pm-2pm. The rallies are intended to raise awareness about violence claiming lives and impacting youth in Brevard. (Photo: TIM SHORTT/ FLORIDA TODAY)
In Melbourne, the anti-gun violence rally also drew several counter protesters.
A few dozen people braved the midday heat to make their voices heard on the corners of West Eau Gallie Boulevard and U.S. 1. The two sides mostly kept to themselves, but a few demonstrators and counter demonstrators occasionally spoke to each other, sometimes seeking common ground.
One man wearing a Trump hat used a megaphone to hurl insults at one point, prompting a Melbourne Police officer to speak to him to refrain from using foul language.
Melbourne resident Peter Gudelunas, 69, wearing a Vietnam Veterans cap and holding a sign that read “guns kill good people too!” said the reason he came out was that “people should have guns but there should be legislation to cut off bad people getting the guns and people with mental health problems.”