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With polling showing support for Black Lives Matter tanking faster than television ratings of the LeBron James-led NBA playoffs, activists in the movement marked the Labor Day weekend by terrorizing white people Saturday in Pittsburgh, Pa.
After more than three months of so-called racial injustice protests orchestrated by Black Lives Matter, protesters are falling back on radical civil disobedience in order to draw attention, and for the second time in as many days diners were set upon by the mob.
As seen in the video below, a BLM activist with a bullhorn is screaming at white diners sitting outside a restaurant.
“You are an embarrassment!” he yells.
Another militant walked right up to the table of an elderly white couple and said, “F*ck 12 and the f*ck white people who built the system …!”
(“12” being a reference to law enforcement.)
He concluded his verbal assault by laughing in their face, before flipping them off as he walked away.
That spectacle was followed by a large woman boldly walking up and taking a beer off the table and chugging it.
— Rob O'Donnell (@odonnell_r) September 7, 2020
The radical activist was wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the message “Nazi Lives Don’t Matter”
Of course, being a Trump supporter is enough for the left to tag you as a Nazi, and as was seen last week in Portland, being a supporter of the president can get you killed in post-Obama America.
As BLM protesters marched in the street behind them chanted, “No justice, no peace,” the thug who verbally assaulted the elderly white couple is seen slamming his hand on a table next to them. Glasses sitting on the table broke as they fell to the ground.
Another video captured the BLM activist with the bullhorn striking a man in the head with the device. Another person slammed him in the head with a skateboard. The victim, carrying a bicycle, appeared to be marching with the group and it’s not clear why he was being assaulted.
PITTSBURGH PA pic.twitter.com/xXn6EQpENb
— True President Dr RollerGator PhD (@drrollergator) September 7, 2020
On Friday, diners in Rochester, N.Y., were attacked by left-wing thugs who flipped tables, hurled chairs and verbally assaulted terrified white patrons.
The rioters shouted, “Black Lives Matter!” and “We’re shutting the party down!”
There was also a recent incident in Washington, D.C., where BLM activists gathered around a white woman as she sat outside a diner.
The protesters demanded that the woman raise her fist in solidarity with the violent movement as they chanted, “White silence is violence,” and “No justice, no peace!”
1) In a scene that played out several times Monday, a Black Lives Matter protest that began in Columbia Heights confronted White diners outside D.C. restaurants, chanting “White silence is violence!” and demanding White diners show their solidarity. #DCProtests pic.twitter.com/fJbPM76vb0
— Fredrick Kunkle WaPo (@KunkleFredrick) August 25, 2020
The irony of white people being targeted was noted by Brandon Straka, who’s behind the #WalkAway movement encouraging Democrats to leave the party.
As noted in the tweet below, Straka said BLM “is the oppressor, not the victims.”
Straka found himself being attacked by BLM protesters Saturday in Dallas — he called the assault “the most terrifying moment of my life.”
A perusal of online responses to the current wave of violence from BLM — which the liberal media continues to report as “largely peaceful” — explain why support for the movement is cratering in America:
I can only Imagine how the elderly couple’s family must feel, sicken by this! These hoodlum seem like people with no empathy, no moral turpitude, they have to be self loathing with no love for anyone! This is not a protest, they stand for nothing, it’s demonic!
— Jaylos (@jlosmith1) September 7, 2020
This behavior has nothing to do with protesting. It’s just people being assholes. So ridiculous
— Melanie (@mmbishop76) September 7, 2020
What these folks fail to understand: there aren’t any – ANY – undecided voters who look at their behavior and think to themselves “You know what? I support what they stand for. They’re very rational and peaceful.”
Hope it continues until 11/4.
— Kelly M (@irtated_bowels) September 7, 2020
What is wrong with people? Harassing old people in the street because of their race? They’ve become what they hate. When you stare long into the abyss, the abyss stares long into you.
— LevelToPower (@LevelToPower) September 7, 2020
This is gonna get real ugly…one of these days. Just a matter of time.
— Shelly: Parler @shelloloh (@shelloloh) September 7, 2020
It’s sad. If anything BLM riots & ridiculous demands are causing more resentment & division. I’ve only seen one protest where one BLM leader talked calmly with anti-protestors & encouraged both groups to listen & they were brought together. The rest have just encouraged anarchy.
— C Thompson (@Nyx7979) September 7, 2020
Let this just sink in and marinate for a bit! Watch this over and over again and think of your kids where sitting down at one of those tables with you just hanging out enjoying the day and wham….people come and terrorize and harass you for just sitting there with your family!
— KayKay Harris (@KayKayHarris8) September 7, 2020
At a time when restaurants are doing anything they can to try and stay in business. With covid limits of 25% outdoor seating is important but who is willing to do it with this crap is going on.
— Brian Thumm (@ThummBrian) September 7, 2020
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