Violently chanting the racist slogan “Black Power,” liberal disciples of Maxine Waters (D-California) surrounded and trapped a passing pickup truck, only because of the American flag it sported. As thieves tore it loose, more assailants tried to pry open the doors. Luckily the driver was able to speed away before his passenger and himself, both white, could meet the same fate as Reginald Denny, pulled from his vehicle and mercilessly beaten, nearly to death, by radical urban ‘protesters,’ which are actually lawless rioters.
This mob was satisfied by dousing the flag with remarkably handy lighter fluid, setting it ablaze, and stomping on it for kicks.
The broad daylight robbery and attempted carjacking were caught on film Thursday as outnumbered police stood by and idly watched. No one “was injured” so “police made no arrests.” The police aren’t even certain there will be an investigation. All of this unsurprisingly happened outside the Los Angeles, California satellite office of infamous “protest terrorist inciter,” Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
Waters virtually guaranteed that violence of some sort would erupt so she was far away at the time. The doors to her office were locked and the lights were out.
“At one point, counterprotesters pulled a small American flag off of a pickup, doused it in lighter fluid and set it ablaze.” The LA Times writes. “The crowd then began chanting, cursing the government and saying, ‘America was never great.’” All while waving Pan-African Flags of their own.
The Oath Keepers group of veterans and law enforcement officers who publicly support the Constitution called Waters a “protest terrorist inciter” for issuing instructions for her liberal minions to “call out members of (President Donald Trump’s) cabinet” whenever seen in public.
“If you see anybody from that [Trump] Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them! And you tell them that they are not welcome, anymore, anywhere,” Waters said.
The conservative group planned a peaceful gathering at her LA office to “stand against” terrorism.” They also were ready to support “freedom of speech and association” and “enforcement of constitutional immigration laws.” Of course, liberals consider that a danger to society.
After police warned them conflict would be certain if they showed up, the group canceled their plans in the interest of safety. About 100 Antifa type protesters, “spread out along sides of the street,” were so angry that the Oath Keepers broke their promise that they decided to riot anyway.
“The police advised our leadership that they could not guarantee their safety and they strongly advised them to not go forward with the protest which ironically proves our point,” Oath Keeper’s founder, Stewart Rhodes relates. “You can’t even protest against Maxine Waters inciting violence without facing violence from her supporters. So it’s not a very good outcome for Maxine Waters frankly.”
By carefully wording a “warning” to counterprotesters, Waters virtually guaranteed the troops would be on hand with improvised weapons, while legally covering her backside at the same time.
“The Oath Keepers would like nothing more than to inflame racial tensions and create an explosive conflict in our community.” Rep. Waters beat them to it.
They “have a history of engaging in violent and provocative behavior.” Implying that Waters would never be “provocative” herself.
“The group is known to protest in military-style clothing while carrying various assault weapons,” Waters notes, subtly advising anyone who does show up to be similarly equipped.
According to the Washington Examiner, “ready to defend Waters, several members of the Black Panther Party wielded metal pipes, bats, and signs.” Lighter fluid, too.
The message got twisted a little on the way down to the grass-roots. “We had gotten word that the KKK was coming out here and as we get out here a little bit more we hear about them trying to have Maxine Waters assaulted, we’re not having that,” Black Panther Party member Diniceia Henderson proclaimed.
“First off, you’re coming to South Central in our territory, messing with one of our women, our leader, and we’re not standing for that.”
Jesus Portilla confirms he was there “to keep white supremacist groups away because there was speculation that they were coming with guns and against us,” the Examiner posts.
Los Angeles Police Department would be on hand, she promised, “to ensure safety and security.” About a dozen were, at first. Then they left. Only one squad car remained.
“Shortly after it started, local law enforcement informed the counter-protesters that the Oath Keepers would not be arriving and withdrew from their posts, leaving the politically tense crowd on the streets,” the Examiner reports.
One “older white man” was “shoved and chased off” by the crowd, as was a “video blogger who interviews anti-Trump protesters.”
One social media video shows “a man reportedly wearing a Navy cap being ‘escorted to his car’ by a large group of protesters, one of whom appeared to be holding the man by the arm.” That sounds a lot like “kidnapping” and “false arrest.”
A tweet from LA Times metro reporter Benjamin Oreskes backs that up. “This guy in the navy hat showed up. He initially wouldn’t tell people why he was here + people started to get physical with him. As he was being escorted to his car, he told me he has a son in the armed service and was curious what this protest was all about but not an @Oathkeepers.”
Just who are the racists here? Seems like some folks aren’t very welcome.
'protesters' outside @RepMaxineWaters office after Oath Keepers rally was called off
they're marching around a burning American flag and chanting 'America was never great' pic.twitter.com/49CR0JtQ1o
— Ian Michael Giatti ♻ (@IMGiatti) July 19, 2018