Yeah, it’s like a zombie apocalypse movie.
We heard both Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump talk glowingly about the black community during the first 2016 Presidential Debate, as if black individuals collectively form one of America’s greatest assets.
The opposite is true.
The black community is America’s greatest liability.
Case in point: after a black police officer shot a gun-toting black suspect (who refused to comply with the officers request for Keith Scott to “put down the gun”), black people rioted/destroyed property value/looted/attacked whites on behalf of the latter.
Today, we learn this about Mr. Scott:
Keith Scott WAS carrying a stolen gun, police say – and his wife filed for a restraining order against him saying he was armed, violent and had threatened to kill her1. Keith Scott’s gun had been reported stolen, authorities said2. A breaking and entering suspect told officials he had sold him the gun3. His wife Rakeyia got a restraining order in October last year, records show4. She wrote: ‘He carries a 9mm black’ and said he had hit her and a child
Sounds like a nice guy worthy of rioting over!
Today, we also learned exactly why you can’t rely on police officers to protect both your property and your family: this chilling story from the riots in Charlotte shows just how fragile civilization is, and why relying on a 9-1-1 call to restore order is no longer an opposition in a nation held hostage by Black Lives Matter terrorist and a government bowing (worse, enforcing) their every demand. [Charlotte motorists trapped in standstill pleaded for rescue from protests, Charlotte Observer, September 26, 2016]:
Huddled in gridlocked cars as a roiling street protest bore upon them in the darkness, motorists pleaded with 911 operators for help in the week’s first wave of violence early.
How can anyone believe the black community represents an asset?
Scenes of chaos were described in recordings releasedby the city of Charlotte. Starting around , calls poured in to the emergency communications center as demonstrators angered by the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott flooded onto W.T. Harris Boulevard and Interstate 85.ADVERTISEMENTx
One of the first calls came from a woman in a Chrysler 300 stuck in traffic at Harris Boulevard and North Tryon Street when demonstrators began pounding on cars.
“I’m trapped,” she said. “They’re all in the street … Oh my God, they’re coming!”A scream can be heard outside.
he said no one appeared to have any weapons, but demonstrators were climbing on cars. About 50 vehicles were stopped around her, she said, and there was nowhere to go.
Someone had placed traffic cones in the travel lanes ahead, she said, and when motorists got out to move them, demonstrators would put them back up to block traffic.
“Now they’re trying to run over the cones and get home,” she said, and the call ended.
Siege of I-85
Calls then started coming in from nearby I-85.
A woman from Georgia traveling with her husband, two sons and their dog reported that a rock had shattered their windshield.
“I’m still stuck in this,” she said. “I would like to get out of it before I pull over.”Don’t, the dispatcher said.
“I don’t want you to stop there, period. Just follow traffic and get out of the area.”
He guided her to refuge in the IKEA parking lot near the highway.
Next came a call from a trucker on the side of the highway reporting that people were looting trailers.
“They are coming this way,” he said. “And I’m scared … Oh my God, there’s hundreds of them.”
Trapped in rig
A trucker at Exit 45 called in as people were stealing his cargo.
“They’re breaking into my truck, the mob out here,” he said calmly.
“I can’t move. There’s a whole mob of people, I’m not kidding. Yep, they’ve taken everything. They’ve got the whole road blocked.”
From another trucker whose trailer was being looted: “I’m so scared … They’re just taking stuff and running with it. They’ve got the doors of the trailer open.”
Another trucker, same location:
“Someone needs to get cops down here before these truckers start shooting some of these SOBs … Now they’ve started a fire … There’s just nowhere to go.”Smoke spread across the wide highway – thick, dark, and acrid, like burning rubber.
As word of the blockade spread by the news and social media, some northbound drivers on I-85 stopped short of the chaos, turned around and drove against traffic that was oncoming at speeds of up to 70 mph.
Don’t forget black rioters in Charlotte tossed rocks off of highway overpasses/bridges onto cars, missiles with only purposes: hurting innocent people merely trying to drive home.
The future is now, white Americans.
You are a prisoner in the nation your ancestors not only founded, but built.