Video was captured of a man being taken into custody by police after he was blocked by BLM activists on motorcycles from getting to his home.
The video was posted on Twitter however, it appears to be captured from a unknown Facebook livestream from one of those involved in the protest.
The driver attempted to turn on Stillwater Avenue in a residential neighborhood however was surrounded by BLM activists on motorcycles. The driver then started to yell at the bikers that “I live here!” However, they also dismounted their motorcycles and began to chest bump the driver who pushed back.
One of the BLM activists got in the drivers face and said, “I don’t give a f***” But, the driver didn’t back down and moved forward until the biker shoved him and a shoving match began.
At that point the police arrived and took the motorists away.’
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The crowd that marched through the residential neighborhood taunted the residents.
“If you think black lives matter you can come march with us, you can come join us,” a protestor said through a bullhorn. “If you don’t you can stay up at your house. You can stay up in your driveway looking at us like we’re doing something crazy when we’re just here trying to fight for our lives.”
Earlier: “If you think black lives matter you can come march with us, you can come join us. If you don’t you can stay up at your house. You can stay up in your driveway looking at us like we’re doing something crazy when we’re just here trying to fight for our lives.”#Stillwater pic.twitter.com/L9Nn37a3QL
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Police did report to TheBlaze news organization that the driver was briefly detained and was not cited for the incident.
April 20, 2021
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