Riots Lounge thread

The Resilient

Surprisingly I found the same thing, and it took me about 4 platforms until I found one that still had it. Amazing how swift all these sites acted in concert. Free speech for me, but not for thee it would appear... Haven't watched it yet though.

Found a version of it on Bitchute:

He refuses to even call out the origins of communism... And even says antifa and brown shirts worked together in Germany.

What a cuck.


Can you imagine being a business owner or an employee, or one lucky enough to still just make ends meat still with Corona happening. Then some prick comes and smashes up and loots your lively hood, its your life, your survival. It effects all the people around you and those you take care of and employ, whole families, kids, the sick, elderly, the vulnerable.

Im sad to say I never stopped and REALLY let that sink in as it has not effected me to much. I have now....
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Move to Florida, guys

Note liberal tears (read with a female voice a la @Roosh)

The Miami Herald reports that the “proposal would expand the list of ‘forcible felonies’ under Florida’s self-defense law to justify the use of force against people who engage in criminal mischief that results in the ‘interruption or impairment’ of a business, and looting, which the draft defines as a burglary within 500 feet of a ‘violent or disorderly assembly.'”

The report continues on to say that the legislation will also “enhance criminal penalties for people involved in ‘violent or disorderly assemblies,’ make it a third-degree felony to block traffic during a protest, offer immunity to drivers who claim to have unintentionally killed or injured protesters who block traffic, and withhold state funds from local governments that cut law enforcement budgets.”

Democrats, including Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber, have argued that the governor’s draft bill “sounds like an invitation to incite violence.”

“It allows for vigilantes to justify their actions,” Denise Georges, a former Miami-Dade County prosecutor, told the Herald. “It also allows for death to be the punishment for a property crime — and that is cruel and unusual punishment. We cannot live in a lawless society where taking a life is done so casually and recklessly.”