One of the casualties of the BLM, ANTIFA, and other anti-white movements, is the fear and distancing some white youth are taking. Rejecting racial divisions, and embracing all cultures, this more passive generation of youth are experiencing violence from those whom they are standing with for equality.
Videos are popping up on social media platforms of white youth, hanging out in areas which were once considered off-limits, of them getting knocked out, chased, or sometimes murdered. In addition, lately, people just trying to go to church, sightseeing, or visit parks, are approached and harassed by black men, with some confrontations leading to physical violence.
Two boys were street dancing in Cape Girardeau with their instructor Michael ‘Crank’ Curry.
That’s when a car pulled over, a man jumped out and he sucker-punched the 12-year-old child.
Then he jumped back in his car and sped off.
Police have identified the man in this video assaulting a 12-year-old. His name is Cedric Charles Moore Jr. of Cape Girardeau and he is charged with second-degree felony assault and first-degree child endangerment. They explain why a hate crime won’t be filed. pic.twitter.com/0kOOkKyh9a
— Shamarria Morrison WPSD Local 6 (@SMorrisonTV) July 6, 2020
There is a quote from Jesus, as he gave his disciples instructions for spreading the Gospel through Israel, “Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” Our American culture is under attack, and there has been a falling away from practicing religious, not born again, Christians.
Be wise, if you are of European descent with white skin, refrain from areas which include BLM, ANTIFA, or are known to entertain anti-white sympathizers. If you have children, teach them to avoid all areas which might be a problem. Get a weapon or 2, now, you might not get a chance after the first run-in with these evil people.
With all of the chaos taking place around the country, I and tens of thousands of American’s just purchased our first weapon. Hoping to never use it, I have been getting comfortable with loading and shooting the 9mm just case I am attacked.
In Atlanta, there was a police shooting of Rayshard Brooks. The officer fired back after a taser was shot at his head, but surprisingly the DA charged the officer with murder anyway. I am looking for clarification, at what point can you actually use your weapon. Do you wait until your head is getting beat into the ground first, or are we expected to take verbal abuse, threats, and allow our cars to get hit, in order for others to express themselves?
Case in point, earlier this week, Eric and Jillian Wuestenberg, a married couple from Oakland Couty, Michigan, went to a local Chipotle for some food, what they got when leaving would change their lives forever. A middle-aged black woman accused the pregnant white woman of bumping into her 15-year-old daughter near the entrance of the restaurant and demanded an apology.
Mrs. Wuestenberg tries to deescalate the situation and quietly leave the shopping area with her husband. The black woman and daughter, cell phones recording, temporarily block her path to the van, accusing them of being racists. With them not getting their way, the black mother and daughter’s voices got louder. As Mrs. Wuestenberg is getting in their van the black woman called her a “dumbass bitch.”
The situation starts to heat as they then pulled the husband into the verbal attack too. After closing his wife’s door, Eric starts to head over to the driver’s side and is threatened, by the now angry woman: “And if you say something I’ll beat your white ass too.”
As the white couple starts backing up their vehicle to leave the parking lot, the black woman rushed behind the SUV to block them from leaving and accused them of ‘trying to hit her.’ The black woman then pounded on the vehicle and threatened to beat them.
At this point, the terrified threatened pregnant white woman, not sure what this aggressive woman will do next, jumps out the van with her handgun. With shaking, hands screams: “Get the f*ck away!” “Back the f*ck up!” Even with the handgun in her face, the black woman keeps recording the event.
After a minute, the couple gets back in their van and drives off. I don’t know what I would have done differently in the same situation.
Just like the previous Atlanta Police officer shooting, this couple is now having their world turn upside down when it appeared they followed the law. Believe it or now, this Oakland County, Michigan couple was charged with felony assault on Thursday after the video of the event went viral.
Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper charged Jillian Wuestenberg , 32, and Eric Wuestenberg, 42, each with one count of felonious assault, a four-year felony, the Detroit News reported.
Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper charged Jillian Wuestenberg, 32, and Eric Wuestenberg, 42, each with one count of felonious assault, a four-year felony. The Independence Township couple each possessed one loaded firearm and CPL licenses, Sheriff Mike Bouchard said.
The couple was arraigned Thursday at 52-3 District Court in Rochester Hills.
Both were given a $50,000 personal bond.
“As part of the bond conditions, they must turn over all firearms, not engage in any assaultive behavior, and may not leave the state,” sheriff’s officials said.
The incident stemmed from a bump and lack of apology, according to Bouchard.
“Let’s have a little more tolerance for each other and not being so quick to react,” Bouchard said. “If someone is doing something improper or unfair, I tell my family and friends to look away. This is not the moment to plant your flag.”
In response to the viral video, Eric Wuestenberg was fired from his job at Oakland University
We have seen the video and we deem his behavior unacceptable. The employee has been notified that his employment has been terminated by the university.
I lost some sleep over this situation as I imagine how I would feel if in the Wuestenberg’s shoes. This could have been my wife and me, if in the same situation. Until I find out what the police think should have been done, I will do my best to stay away from areas in which there are BLM activists, like this woman and daughter. Praying for peace in America.
A 60-year-old man in Provo, Utah was shot as he was trying to make his way along a public street being blocked by a mob of thugs. His attacker has been identified and was arrested.
He is charged with attempted aggravated murder, aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, rioting, threatening the use of a weapon in a fight, criminal mischief, and firing a weapon near a highway.
The shooter, Jesse Taggart of Salt Lake City also attacked another vehicle on the same night, using his gun as a club on the car’s window.
Taggart shot the older man as he was stopped by the mob and after the man drove through the protesters Taggart fired a second shot that went through the rear passenger window of the man’s car.
Samantha Darling, 27, of Ogden, also was arrested and faces charges of obstruction of justice and rioting.
Police are now seeking a second gunman that pointed his weapon at the driver but didn’t fire when Taggart did.
Video shot by KSL-TV recorded what appears to be a man with his face concealed pointing a handgun at the SUV on the passenger side of the vehicle. The “popping” sound of shots being fired can be heard in the video.
Tuesday afternoon, pictures surfaced on social media of a second man holding a gun near the driver’s side window of the SUV and also holding a gun in the middle of the street as the victim drove away.
As of Tuesday night, Provo police were still working to identify that man. King said investigators do not believe that man fired his gun.
About 50 minutes after the shooting, tensions remained high as cars continued to drive through the lines of protesters, prompting some to jump onto the vehicles and hit the windows.
Demonstrators marched to the Provo Police Department and were met with officers in riot gear. Amid calls to disperse and threats of arrest from police, protesters chanted, “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
Daniels says he will not allow the destruction of property and lives in his county and if he finds that his deputies are overwhelmed by antifa and BLM, he will deputize legal gun owners to join in the fight to protect the people he serves.
The BLM / Antifa mob have promised to bus in thousands of domestic terrorists to harass, intimidate, and potentially murder Trump supporters or members of the conservative media.
It is great to see a law enforcement leader make such a statement and place the trust in law abiding gun owners to restore order.
Daniels ended the video by stating that if they try him, he will give them the fame and attention that they want… which will include the pain that will befall them for resisting arrest and turning his county into a warzone.
Judson Sapp, a congressional candidate in Florida’s 3rd district which includes Clay County, told TGP the following.
“I live here in Clay County. Our conservative area will not tolerate these rioters. Times like these highlight why the Second Amendment is so very important. The right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed and rioters will not threaten us!”
After a number of hours of demonstrations, a protest in north Portland Tuesday night was finally declared it a riot. Police used tear gas to disband rioters wreaking mayhem in the city a new video reveals.
Police stated that about 200 protesters began gathering at Peninsula Park at about 6 pm. Nearly two and a half hours later, the protesters began marching in a northwesterly path in the direction of the Portland Police Association’s office in North Portland.
The video captures the moment canisters of CS gas are deployed in an effort to break up the crowd. Some of the protesters took out their phones and started to record the event.
Quickly after the protesters arrived in the area, police said the group blocked the road on North Lombard Street at North Campbell Avenue. Some began throwing things at the cops like water bottles, cans, and rocks the size of softballs, and they began shining green laser lights into officers’ eyes.
Police warned protesters and rioters alike beforehand.
“CS gas is being used, disperse from the area,” a warning blared from a loudspeaker.
Police said a riot was declared in the section of North Lombard Street round 10 pm after protesters set off commercial-grade fireworks at officers and tried to set fire to dumpsters and trash cans.
This is what organized rioters do. They begin a peaceful protest while waiting for the news media to show up and video it. Then, some radicals mixed in with the peaceful protesters, start to do illegal things, so that police will step in and disburse everyone, as is standard procedure. That’s when some of the protesters, who are really rioters, go up to the news crews and complain that they were only protesting, and they complain about having the right to protest, etc. so that the story will become the police are suppressing people’s constitutional right to peaceably assemble.
Well, Portland cops aren’t having it.
Protests have been raging in the city over the past few weeks. We reported about two weeks ago when Portland cops rushed in to demolish a recently started “Autonomous Zone” in the city.
For the first time ever we have a president tweeting law enforcement posters of “people of interest’ in the vandalism of the Andrew Jackson statue.
You talk about triggering some liberals on Twitter, President Trump had them tweeting all kinds of hateful things in retaliation. They called him all kinds of things including a traitor to Trump for prison.
It’s pretty funny when liberals are calling for Trump to be in prison while Hillary Clinton is getting set to appear in court for her emails, Obama and Biden have been exposed for knowing the dossier was fake and the set up of Flynn and Biden’s son’s lawyers just got in trouble for trying to bribe the Berisma lawyers.
And President Trump…….well he is still your president!!
Each pamphlet Trump tweeted out said the Park Police are working closely with the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force to identify the suspects seen in the pictures. They are wanted for “destruction of federal property and other related crimes.”
Anyone who may have information about the wanted suspects is asked to contact the Park Police’s Criminal Investigations Branch through its anonymous tip line at 202-610-8731, or the FBI’s Washington field office at 202-278-2000.
Let’s help spread these faces on social media and help bring them to justice.
Can you believe the most serious charge is against an Air Force sergeant accused of shooting four law enforcement officers – two of them fatally?
Fox News reported the following arrests.
Steven Carrillo, 32, allegedly shot and killed Federal Protective Service Officer David Patrick Underwood and injured another officer as they stood in a guardhouse on May 29. When investigators showed up at his house in Ben Lomond, Calif., on June 6, he allegedly opened fire, fatally striking Sgt. Damon Gutzwille and wounding at least one other deputy.
Steven Carrillo, 32, faces first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a California deputy, authorities say. (Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office)
Robert Alvin Justus Jr., 30, is charged with aiding and abetting in connection with Underwood’s death – for allegedly acting as the getaway driver. The criminal complaint alleges that the two men met in an online group with ties to the “Boogaloo” movement, a loosely defined violent ideology.
Carrillo was allegedly arrested in possession of the gun – a privately made firearm with no manufacturer’s markings – used in both the Oakland and Ben Lomond shootings. (DOJ)
About a dozen of the arrests involved Molotov cocktails — including those of two New York City lawyers, Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, accused of tossing one into a police vehicle.
Former prosecutors have come out in defense of Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, a pair of lawyers accused of firebombing a New York City police vehicle last month.
In Las Vegas, Stephen T. Parshall, 35; Andrew Lynam, 23; and William L. Loomis, 40, allegedly planned to firebomb U.S. government buildings on May 30 before they were arrested in possession of Molotov cocktails. Investigators said they also had ties to the “Boogaloo” ideology.
Ivan Jacob Zecher, a 27-year-old convicted felon from Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested for unlawful assembly for allegedly taking part in a crowd that blocked traffic and hurled water bottles and rocks at local police. Then investigators said they found Molotov cocktail in his backpack – which counts as a firearm under federal law. Previously convicted felons are not allowed to possess firearms.
Arson attacks in cities around the country have often targeted police vehicles.
Five men in their early 20s from Gainseville, Ga., allegedly set fire to a police car outside an officer’s personal residence on June 2.
Margaret Aislinn Channon, a 25-year-old from Tacoma, Wash., allegedly torched five unmarked police vehicles in Seattle. She was identified by distinguishable tattoos spotted on surveillance video, other images at the scene and her own social media photos, according to the DOJ.
An image shows a woman raising her hands across from police – and in it tattoos on her knuckles are visible. Investigators said those tattoo matched ones they found on Channon when they searched her home. (DOJ)
Federal investigators said they tracked down alleged arsonist Lore-Elisabeth Blumenthal, 33, after matching her T-shirt to one sold at an online Etsy store. She is accused of burning two parked Philadelphia police vehicles near City Hall on May 30.
Branden Michael Wolfe, 23, allegedly lit a fire at the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct building on May 28 – after officers withdrew and rioters overran the station. When investigators arrested him a few days later, they said he was wearing stolen police equipment.
Shelves were left empty after looters stole dozens of firearms from Guns, Fishing and Other Stuff, a two-story gun and outdoor recreation store in Vacaville, Calif., on June 1. (Courtesy DOJ)
Peter Fratus, a 39-year-old from Massachusetts, faces charges of transmitting threatening communications across state lines for allegedly sending racist emails to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw.
“While the First Amendment gives us the right to express our own opinions, violent physical threats are certainly not protected speech,” said Michael J. Driscoll, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Philadelphia Division. “When someone threatens the life of another person, it’s a clear red flag and we have to take their despicable words at face value.”
Also in Philadelphia, 24-year-old David Elmakayes is accused of blowing up an ATM and possessing an illegal firearm. The city saw dozens of ATM bombings during the protests as looters attempted to break inside to their safes, which killed at least one man. Police in the city have filed local charges against at least one man, Talib Crump, for allegedly selling homemade dynamite.
Protestors gathered at Emancipation park earlier this week to announce they plan on taking down the statue of Abraham Lincoln Thursday night.
From Daily Wire
Protesters calling for it to be taken down say that the former slaves who paid for the statue had no say in how it would be built and that even in its unveiling, abolitionist Fredrick Douglas said it ‘perpetuated negative stereotypes about African Americans’.
The crowd chanted ‘No Justice, No Peace’ as the woman was told to stop speaking.
‘He freed the slaves for political advancement,’ one speaker said, according to WUSA9 journalist Tom Dempsey.
‘Not because he cared, not because he wanted to.
‘And the thing is that when we freed ourselves, we had seven years of progress, the best seven years for black people in the entire American history’.
Police in riot gear were pictured standing in a group on the outskirts of the protest but no run-ins were reported.
‘We’re kicking off the revolution with a series of shutting down the Capitol events and bringing attention to the injustices in the black community starting with Lincoln Park, a statue that embodies the racial undertones of black people being inferior to white people,’ The Freedom Neighborhood said in a social media post.
‘WE WANT THIS STATUE GONE!’
The group added that they would not be working with police to enact the change ‘nor will we seek any relationship with them’.
‘In order to create change, we will do so by any means necessary. If you want a revolution, it won’t happen by being peaceful,’ the group wrote.
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton has also said she wants the statue removed and will introduce legislation to do so.
‘Because Lincoln Park is National Park Service (NPS) land, I will work with the NPS to see whether NPS has the authority to remove the statue without an act of Congress, and if so, we will seek its removal without a bill,’ said Norton in a statement .
‘This statue has been controversial from the start. It is time it was placed in a museum.’
The protestors said they will not just take up space in Emancipation Square but that they will go to the rich people’s homes and take what is theirs. It’s not clear what they meant by that. Part of the plan seems to divide their efforts and make as much damage as they can.
Trump on Wednesday characterized attempts to remove racist or problematic monuments as going to an extreme.
“I think many of the people that are knocking down the statues don’t even have any idea what the statue is, what it means, who it is when they knocked down,” Trump said, citing the toppling of a bust of Union general and former President Ulysses S. Grant as an example.
“Now they are looking at Jesus Christ, they are looking at George Washington, they’re looking at Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson. Not going to happen, not going to happen while I’m here,” Trump said.
“The District of Columbia National Guard is responding to a request to support law enforcement officials and has dispatched unarmed personnel, with others on stand-by,” National Guard spokesman Major Robert Perino said in a statement to CNN. “Activated Guardsmen are expected to provide security for local monuments and critical infrastructure.”
A defense official said Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy signed the memo Tuesday authorizing the activation of the DC National Guard forces, after the National Park Police made a request for the assistance.
After a night of chaos, law enforcement has forced a group out of the zone in front of the White House that’s been labeled “Black Lives Matter Plaza”.
The group tried to set up a Seattle-style “autonomous zone,” which they called the “Black House Autonomous Zone.” On Tuesday the police moved the protesters out and cleared the area near Lafayette Square and St. John’s Episcopal Church.
The night before the group also tried to take down the statue of Andrew Jackson.
“Defund the Police” street graffiti was also removed from the area on Tuesday.
Tuesday morning President Trump said that protesters who attempted to establish an “autonomous zone” in the nation’s capital would be met with “serious force” after a night of police clashing with the protestors.
“There will never be an ‘Autonomous Zone’ in Washington, D.C., as long as I’m your President. If they try they will be met with serious force!”
There will never be an “Autonomous Zone” in Washington, D.C., as long as I’m your President. If they try they will be met with serious force!
Twitter placed a warning over Trump’s tweet saying it violated their rules about “abusive behavior”. But you can still hit “view” and see the tweet.
It seems Twitter is siding with this anarchist group that overtook Seattle with force. In the C.H.O.P area, people are being held hostage and one man was killed this past weekend. And Twitter is concerned that President Trump authorizes force to keep them from setting up another “autonomous zone”? I think they have their priorities messed up.
Yet Twitter allows this tweet with no violation warning. Seems they are only concerned about “abusive behavior” when it comes to the president which they hate.