Anti-cop protesters’ New Year’s Eve plans could trigger carnage around the country

 

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Cops are going to have to watch out for more than drunk drivers

New Year’s Eve celebrations around the country promise to be even more raucous – and potentially dangerous — than usual this year, with race-mongering radicals planning mass disruptions to protest what they call routine police abuse of blacks.

nyprotests1229newThe group behind the website Stop Mass Incarceration has helpfully put together a listing of planned “actions” nationwide under the heading, “Rock in the New Year with Resistance to Police Murder.”

There’s a whole nonsensical bill of particulars about the reasons for protestng, starting with “business as usual in Amerikkka includes wanton police murder of Black people.”

That is exactly wrong — the truth is “business as usual in black communities without police includes the wanton black murder of other black people” — but truth is a stranger to the leftist world.

Also, people who spell “America” with a “kkk” are generally candidates for involuntary commitment, but this is worth paying attention to:

It’s the whole 2014 year of liberal lies, from the White House to Eric Holder’s Justice Department, from MSNBC to The New York Times to the streets of Ferguson, Mo., New York, and San Francisco coming to culmination in a year of racially stoked controversy.

This is what Stop Mass Incarceration has to say:

“But in this society, cops who brutalize and murder are given the benefit of the doubt and are almost never punished in any way for their crimes. This is illegitimate and unacceptable. It must be STOPPED, and it’s up to us to stop it! On New Year’s Eve, we must act in many different ways to do just that.

It’s going to be interesting to see what “many different ways” means.

Stop Mass Incarceration is still taking announcements of planned actions (for a full list, or to add your own, go here.)

Targeted cities so far include New York’s Times Square; Houston’s Market Square Park; Los Angeles’ Grand Park; and Chicago’s Tribune Tower Plaza.

Suggested props like “We Can’t Breathe” banners and fashion tips like “WEAR BLACK” make it clear these aren’t normal New Year’s Eve gathering.

It’s probably going to be deadly, too.

 

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].

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