So it seems the new norm in this country is getting to be rioting in the streets if you don’t like something. Don’t like something the police did? Set a few cars and businesses on fire and assault people simply for having a different skin color or opinion.
Don’t like a Grand Jury decision? Set some more things on fire and shoot a couple of police officers. And don’t forget that extremely profitable career of looting stores before burning them down.
You will have financial backing, as evidenced by the U-Haul truck pulling up and unloading signs and other supplies for the protesters within an hour following the Grand Jury announcement in Kentucky.
Who paid for the U-Haul? https://t.co/QNoY0PEevV
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) September 24, 2020
And Cosmopolitan Magazine, a subsidiary of the billion dollar Hearst Corporation, is publicly soliciting donations to help bail arrested rioters out of jail and give them whatever they need to get back into the fight.
Don’t like that the President is going to legally nominate a person for the Supreme Court? Threaten to “blow up the entire system” as a famous national TV personality said on the air just recently. Or burn it all down, as other leftists have been saying.
President Trump needs to be reelected.
If Biden wins these protests and violence will most likely continue unchecked.
Democrats wouldn’t even mention the violence for several months – you know – until polls began showing that the American people were getting tired of it.
President Trump has allowed state and city governments to handle their own issues with violence but the Democrat mayors and governors seem unwilling to confront that violence head on.
Some even complain when the President sends federal officers to do the job the city governments won’t let their police officers do. Democrats nationwide are failing their constituents by allowing the violence to continue.
Only President Trump is willing to take the fight to the streets and quell the violence, as it should be. We do not need Democrats, particularly Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, in the White House.