The following article, ICYMI: There Have Been Nearly 600 BLM Riots In 220 Locations In Last 3 Months (Report), was first published on Flag And Cross.
Some Black Lives Matter riots have been peaceful. Some. Certainly, not all. BLM isn’t exactly known for its peaceful leanings, neither is fascist group Antifa.
But to have nearly 600 riots across the country in just three short months? Come on, man.
That speaks volumes not only about the militant members of the group, but the mainstream media, as well, for continuously fanning the flames.
Princeton University group studies 3 months of Black Lives Matter protests. Intent is to show they are ‘overwhelmingly peaceful.’ But report reveals nearly 570 violent demonstrations–riots–in nearly 220 locations spread all across country. https://t.co/it60GBbTZT pic.twitter.com/Ph8iECyHIf
— Byron York (@ByronYork) September 5, 2020
Actually this data documents hundreds of violent organized riots across the country that every day Americans ought to find really troubling https://t.co/86LJpqMBAY
— James Jay Carafano (@JJCarafano) September 6, 2020
From New York Post:
Manhattan business owners vented anger and frustration Saturday as they surveyed the damage and cleaned up another mess caused by riotous members of Black Lives Matter, whose protest the night before devolved into a lawless rampage of destruction through the Big Apple.
“I’m sick of this f—ing bulls–t!” raged Kevin McGrath, owner of the Five Points Academy boxing gym across the street from a beseiged Starbucks at Lafayette and Grand streets in Soho.
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Author: John Salvatore, MPA
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