Cliff Huxtable

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Anyone see the video of the cops pushing down a 75 year old protester?

 

Knocked him to the ground...laying there bleeding from the head...they kept walking.

That's acceptable?

 

One tried to bend down and maybe assist but was pushed forward by another cop.

 

A 75 year old man is a threat?

In broad daylight?

Alone?

Surrounded by cops?

 

The victim is the hospital in serious but stable condition.

 

Two of the cops have resigned.

Resigned?

LMMFAO.

 

 

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Just now, Kings over Queens said:

Riots most certainly do have consequences.

 

People are free to assemble for peaceful protests without consequences  

A 75 year old man was not "rioting".

Yet there were consequences anyway.

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In Manhattan, the New York Police Department said that an essential delivery worker who was arrested for the crime of doing his job after curfew could have been lying about his job.

In Erie, Pennsylvania, police pepper sprayed a woman who was sitting down. She covers her eyes with both of her arms. A cop then kicks her in the face.

In Los Angeles, the LAPD shot a homeless man in a wheelchair in the face with a rubber bullet. A photo of the man's bloodied facehas gone viral; the LAPD has declined to comment.

 

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The police are operating as counter protesters. Plain and simple. 

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2 mins ago, Cliff Huxtable said:

A 75 year old man was not "rioting".

Yet there were consequences anyway.

That's a matter of perspective.  What you believe to be rioting is probably not the same definition as someone else.

Point remains, peaceful protests should not have consequences.  Riots, most certainly will and should.

 

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