What’s up with the super-soakers used by police? Why not pepper spray or mace? Or bean bag bullets? Or dogs and hoses? Seemed like a pretty ineffective tactic to simply spray a little water at agitators.
Ah, here’s the pepper spray and tear gas:
I’m sorry, folks, but I have to agree with those who said it was folly on the parent’s part to bring her child into a riot scene like that. That’s an adult’s playground not appropriate for kids, lest they wind up possibly injured. The kid could’ve also been trampled by the crowd. Certainly not a safe space, as no one should assume it would be. Bringing kids into charged protests like that was flat-out a poor decision. Doesn’t score that mom victimhood points either. Just makes her look either extremely naive or, worse, like she’s using her child as a prop in an attempt to garner sympathy. RIOTS ARE NOT A SAFE SPACE, most especially for kids. As if that really needs to be stated.
More footage of the limousine set ablaze:
I bet it’s a matter of time before Starbucks begins rethinking its “Race Together” initiative:
It’s nonsensical. You can’t oust a democratically elected president by staging chaotic riots in the streets. Doesn’t work that way.
Rebel Media’s coverage of the riotous protesters in D.C. yesterday:
Richard Spencer discussing being sucker-punched during the protest:
Was totally uncalled for. Knock-out game thuggery. Doesn’t matter if you disagree with the man’s political views and opinions.