Michelle Malkin, violently attacked by BLM, Antifa in Denver, sends S.O.S to Trump

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Outspoken conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin was attacked Sunday by Black Lives Matter activists intent on shutting down a “Back the Blue” rally in Denver.

The peaceful pro-police event was underway at Civic Center Park when BLM activists and others wearing black-bloc and armed with collapsible batons — Malkin identified them online as Antifa — crashed the stage.

Malkin can be heard in the video of the attack screaming at the violent mob to get back. Not mincing words, she called the woman attacking them “b*tches” in a tweet, and said she was sprayed in the face with aerosol string and another man was beaten with a longboard.

Video of the incident shows aggressive antagonists being allowed to walk right up to the very edge of the stage.

Malkin shared a photo of the man she said was beaten by the mob.

Malkin noted that police sat idly by doing nothing as the chaos ensued.

According to the Denver Post, police “attempted to form a line around the two groups, but could not completely separate them.” The newspaper also said Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen asked the group “to reschedule or move the pro-police rally.”

Malkin tweeted: “Denver Police Chief Pazen, who marched with BLM last month, let pro-police patriots get beaten and silenced.”

In addition to BLM, the counter-demonstrators included the Party for Socialism and Liberation and the Afro-Liberation Front, according to KMGH-TV.

The ABC affiliate reported the mob was “armed with pots and pans, whistles, hand-held sirens and other noise making gear,” and that they “crashed the Pro-Police rally and drowned out those trying to speak.”

Almost reluctantly, KMGH-TV acknowledged that there were “a few scuffles between members of the two groups.”

“There’s not much else to say other than every cop here is a terrorist by association,” Black Lives Matter supporter Hale Rardin told the station.

Malkin took exception to how the local reporter she responded to above, KUSA-TV reporter Kyle Clark, tried to painted a “moral equivalency” between the peaceful pro-police group and the violent BLM mob attacking them.

Pepper balls and a can of pepper spray were later deployed to disperse BLM activists, after police say some people “made aggressive moves” toward officers.

In a somewhat foreboding wrap up, Malkin tweeted: “I’m ok. America is not.”

An assessment that has merit, given the radical lawlessness seen from the left today, who intend to shut down all speech not in line with their hard-left views and are more than willing to use violence to do so, if necessary.

This coming as law enforcement has been cast as the bad guys in America by both the Democratic Party and their media allies, emasculated and beaten back on their heals.

Here’s a full-length Periscope video of the rally shared by Malkin — note that she also tagged President Trump, sending an SOS to restore law and order in American streets:



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