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BLM Rioters Attack Businesses and Private Homes in Wisconsin

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Those “peaceful protesters” who Michelle Obama was talking about were at it again tonight in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

The riots have been continuing elsewhere, while we’ve been covering the debates and the president getting ill. They haven’t stopped.

But they got another “spark” off today. Not that they really need any more, because truthfully facts don’t matter to these rioters. On Wednesday. we found out that an officer would not face charges in the death of 17 year old Alvin Cole because there was sufficient evidence to believe that the Wauwatosa officer, who was also black, Joseph Mensah, had reason for self-defense.

That kicked them off. As Julio Rosas reported for Townhall, a group then went on a smashing rampage throughout the town.

First, they smashed up the windows of businesses including Kumon Learning. Because apparently helping kids to learn is offensive to the BLM.

But then they went on from smashing the windows of storefront businesses onto smashing the windows of private homes.

This guy tells them to get off his property. But he tells them they’re targeting the wrong people, that most of the people on that particular block are probably supportive of the BLM.

This guy is under the mistaken impression that they even care, when they’ve shown they don’t. And if he still supports them after this, he’s a fool. Hopefully, this opened his eyes but I wouldn’t count on it.

They were upping it to attacks on private homes. Where are Joe Biden and Kamala Harris condemning this by name, condemning BLM/Antifa? Biden has even denied Antifa exists. Michelle Obama has said only a tiny fraction of the protests are violent. They need to answer in every debate why are they defending this? They need to explain to those business owners and the private home owners why they were being terrorized and why Democrats think it’s nothing.

 

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