Do you know what BLM was in the neighborhood for? How is rolling around a residential neighborhood with a megaphone and a loud, chanting mob not disturbing the peace, at the very least? More like intimidation, incitement to violence, obstruction of traffic, loitering.
What were the police doing there, just watching until some resident stood up for himself so they could arrest him? I guess that’s what they usually do when the blacks go on their looting/arson/assault rampages in the urban areas; just wait until some white guy tries to defend his property and take him down.
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s controversial “anti-riot” bill into law on Monday, a measure that vastly increases law enforcement’s powers to crack down on civil unrest.
The bill, which passed mostly along partisan lines, has been criticized by Democrats and civil rights groups as unconstitutional for infringing on the First Amendment’s right to protest.
But critics claim the bill would have a chilling effect on all protests.
Democratic state Sen. Shevrin Jones, D-West Park, who is Black, said in a statement that the new law “undermines every Floridian’s constitutional rights, and it is disgusting that the GOP would rather empower vigilantes and silence voices than listen to the majority of Floridians who oppose this dangerous bill. The governor’s spectacle is a distraction that will only further disenfranchise Black and brown communities.”
There was also a drunk (?) woman in his vehicle too. Read below thread for more details.Some sort of gov' employee gets pulled over for DUI and won't produce his ID. So, he thinks it is a good idea to fight with the officers, while stating "I'm black!" I don't think he understands the law very well:
BLM isn't about being anti-Trump, it's about setting up a paramilitary force for killing political dissidents and terrorizing white people.Have been following this last week with increasing shock.
Genuinely believed the riots were over after Biden was handed the Presidency. Over in the sense that they wouldn't be able to commit violence and destruction with impunity anymore
Also a bit surprised by the evolution of these protests. Last year you had large crowds of tens/hundreds of thousands of people protesting in many cities, and many of these protests turned into anarchy and chaos due to genuine anger
Now you have small groups of at best 1000-1500 insurrectionists (and often times in the low hundreds) carrying out arson, intimidation, vandalism and violence in a very organised and disciplined manner
BLM in the suburbs. Man tries to go home. BLM blocks the street. Man gets angry. Police appear out of nowhere and arrest the man.
My post was more related to the out of control rioting in Minneapolis - which the authorities quickly put the lid on.BLM isn't about being anti-Trump, it's about setting up a paramilitary force for killing political dissidents and terrorizing white people.
https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1383879573071306759 Over the weekend, a man stole a car in ...dailystormer.su
Isnt this what the blacks allege happen during the Jim Crow South? Whites getting less jail time for crimes a Black person would fry for? How ironic...
@MarinaMedvin thread continues...
Theo Stamos, who served as Arlington’s chief prosecutor until losing a primary in 2019, said she never looked at race in her decisions. Doing so, she said, “is an odious practice that makes a mockery of blind justice and corrodes confidence in the criminal justice system.”
Racism is racism.
Discrimination is discrimination.
There is no exception to racism and discrimination when it makes someone feel good. In fact, that’s what makes you a RACIST.
No person should be stepping into an American courtroom in fear of a higher penalty for skin color.
All the same, no defendant should be gaining a sentencing advantage in an American courtroom based on his skin color. Again, that’s RACIST.
And no, this is not legal in Virginia nor anywhere else in the U.S.