Dem lawmaker gets beat up by BLM at ‘peaceful protest’: ‘Five-six punches, kicked in the head’

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During a night of so-called “protests” late Tuesday in Wisconsin’s capital city of Madison, Black Lives Matter extremists not only ripped down and decapitated a statue of an anti-slavery activist but also reportedly attacked a state senator.

The “protests” began after local authorities arrested a BLM extremist who’d stomped into a downtown restaurant with a baseball bat and used a megaphone to harass customers.

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Because certain people believe that they ought to be above the law, the BLM extremist’s arrest spurred widespread mayhem and chaos.

“Fury exploded outside the Wisconsin State Capitol on Tuesday night as protesters smashed windows at the statehouse, attacked a state senator, and tore down two iconic statues — including one of an abolitionist who died trying to end slavery during the Civil War,” the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

It’s not clear why the media continue to label BLM extremists “protesters.”

During the chaos, state Sen. Tim Carpenter, a Democrat, was severely beaten for the crime of trying to take a picture on public property, according to reports:

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In tweets of his own, Carpenter later confirmed all this and added that he may have a concussion.

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Some critics who responded to the senator’s tweets expressed hope that his experience would serve as a much-needed wake-up call regarding BLM’s extremism.

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It’s a wake-up call that’s desperately needed.

In an op-ed this week, The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board warned that the ongoing, BLM-linked, Maoist-like cultural revolution sweeping America has the potential to destroy America unless “the liberal establishment” takes a stand.

“The leaders of universities, foundations, museums, the media and corporations need to draw on their remaining moral authority to make the case for a liberal society. … Social comity in a polarized society will not be achieved through coercion and struggle sessions. If liberals won’t stop the Jacobin left, expect a political backlash and social fracture that will make Donald Trump’s Presidency look like a tea party,” the board wrote.

Yet the liberal establishment is, for the most part, continuing to coddle the extremists (while simultaneously smearing the extremists’ victims), who this week alone have vandalized St. John’s Church again, tried setting up an autonomous zone in D.C., pledged to topple the Emancipation Memorial and, as of last night, toppled the statue of an abolitionist.

“In Madison, statues of Wisconsin’s motto ‘Forward’ and of Col. Hans Christian Heg were dragged away from their spots guarding the statehouse,” the Sentinel Journal reported.

“Heg was an anti-slavery activist who fought and died for the Union during the U.S. Civil War. His nearly 100-year-old sculpture was decapitated and thrown into a Madison lake by protesters.”

It’s not clear how many more congressmen will have to be beaten, how many more statues will have to be toppled and how many more innocent people will have to be hurt before the liberal establishment admits the truth about their beloved “protesters.”

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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