Democrat city officials around the nation have surrendered control of their jurisdictions over to protesters, many of whom are now terrorizing citizens. The following incident happened in Portland–and there was not a cop to be found.
A “Black Lives Matter” group yanked a man who had just crashed his truck out of his vehicle, detained him, searched his car, and then kicked him in the head and knocked him unconscious.
Why did they target this man? He was trying to protect someone who was being robbed.
TONIGHT: Here is what took place before the man crashed his car into a tree here in Downtown Portland
BLM thugs began to harass and physically assault him and his female partner in the street for defending someone they robbed
He then began to drive away to evade them pic.twitter.com/5oPev8Fiar
— Drew Hernandez (@livesmattershow) August 17, 2020
Objective reporting for the educated American.
The man was in an absolute panic to try and get away from the violent mob and as a result, he crashed his car. That’s when the BLM mob drags him out of his car, beats him, searches his car, detain him, and knock him unconscious.
This is the moment immediately before. The mob assaults him and makes him sit in the ground while they search his belongings. When he stands up, they brutally beat him. #PortlandRiots #antifa #BlackLivesMatter Video by @livesmattershow pic.twitter.com/tEzpIz6V9U
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 17, 2020
Folks, I am being very serious when I say that if Joe Biden gets anywhere near the White House this will be the norm in all cities and towns… It won’t just be happening in slime-ball Democrat-run cities. These monsters will feel so emboldened as if they have a mandate.
There is no exaggeration when I say that 2020 is the most important election of our lifetime. It’s literally a matter of life and death for many people out there.
This opinion piece was written by Missy Crane on August 17, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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