“Before the protests began, organizers of certain anarchists groups set out to raise bail money and people who would be responsible to be raising bail money, they set out to recruit medics and medical teams with gear to deploy in anticipation of violent interactions with police,” Miller said.
Learn about this guy – he is emblematic. This is the sort of person Harvard and the East Cost intelligentsia embrace and promote (received Harvard PhD without any undergrad).
Rioters burned a Wendy’s in response to an ARMED black man being killed after he VIOLENTLY fought with police, stole their taser, and attempted to fire at the officers.
Are these the “peaceful protests” the media keeps telling us about?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 14, 2020
Let’s get rid of the Founding Fathers, so that Mohammedans like Ali Velshi can replace them with Muhammad:
In sane times, rioters were shot, so there were fewer riots. But sane times are a fading memory these days. Even the rare rioter who is apprehended may not even be prosecuted. That’s why riots have been going on for weeks on end, initially set off over a relatively trivial incident. Police have been ordered to stand down and let rioters rule the streets in major cities, as Democrats plan to defund or abolish police departments to facilitate further chaos and destruction. Clearly, it is up to us to defend our lives and property. During the 1992 race riots in Los Angeles — also set off by a criminal who was resisting arrest — the Roof Koreans showed how it is done.
Via Moonbattery.com sponsor Ammo.com:
The Roof Koreans were spontaneous self-defense forces organized by the Korean community of Los Angeles, primarily centered in Koreatown, in response to violent and frequently racist attacks on their communities and businesses by primarily black looters and rioters during the Los Angeles Riots of 1992. Despite their best efforts, over 2,200 Korean-owned businesses were looted or burned to the ground during the riots. It is chilling to imagine how many would have suffered the same fate had the Koreans not been armed.
Koreans are hated by many blacks because they give the lie to the black oppression narrative. They arrive usually not even able to speak English and through hard work and personal responsibility prosper in neighborhoods where welfare-dependent blacks have been floundering for generations. This hostility was stated for the public record by the popular rapper Ice Cube in the song “Black Korea,” which calls for blacks to burn down Korean stores. The sentiment would be regarded as racist, except that only whites can be racist, per liberal dogma.
As much as the images of savages smashing in the head of Reginald Denny horrified, images of Roof Koreans defending themselves rather than submitting helplessly to a pogrom inspired those who cherish the Second Amendment.
Far from an untrained mob of men who took up with arms sans training, the Roof Koreans were, by virtually any definition, “a well-regulated militia.” Many of them had experience in the South Korean Army, as South Korea has conscription with very few exceptions.
Good thing California had not yet succumbed to the degree of liberal tyranny that prevails there today:
It’s worth noting that virtually every weapon used by the Roof Koreans to defend themselves, their businesses, their communities and their families would be against the law or, at least, highly restricted today. “High capacity magazines” (anything over ten rounds) are against the law and there is a 10-day waiting period for all firearms purchases. As the riots lasted five days, this would have put anyone who had not already purchased a firearm in a seriously precarious position.
Don’t let yourself get caught in a precarious position. Stock up on discount ammo.