Screaming BLM mob surrounds fearful Milwaukee homeowner, he gets arrested after showing a weapon

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On Tuesday a Milwaukee homeowner was arrested after he allegedly pulled a weapon on a mob of local activists who’d showed up outside his home.

Video footage from the scene showed the activists outside his home as they shined bright lights on it, played loud music and allegedly harassed him.

Seen on the man’s front porch were an American flag and a Trump sign.

Watch some scenes from the encounter below (*Language warning):

Now watch below as the activists began seemingly threatening the man, whom they’d dubbed “Pistol Pete,” as he allegedly drew his weapon on them:

“You gon’ have bigger problems, Pete! I don’t think you know what’s out here,” one of the activists hollered.

“Aim that sh** at these motherf***ers, I swear to God,” one man can be heard saying. “He’s cocking it, look, he’s cocking it.”

“Ain’t no bullets in that motherf***er,” says the man with the megaphone. “Look at that crazy motherf***er.”

“In all seriousness, Pete, we are not intimidated by you in the window good buddy. ‘Cause I don’t think you understand what’s out here man, I keep trying to tell you. That’s all I’m saying man,” the antagonist chuckles.

“I don’t think you want that, good buddy. You heard what [unintelligible] said there’s more than meets the eye. Right now your eyes ain’t letting you see what’s calling at you, so I would suggest… is that your wife again?”

Though the video evidence gave the appearance of “Pete” having drawn his weapon out of fear of the large mob of activists who’d congregated on his property in the middle of the night, when local authorities arrived they chose to arrest him, not the mob.

Watch:

It’s not clear what charges he faces.

What happened here seems to parallel what happened in St. Louis, where in July a white couple was hit with felony charges for the crime of pointing their weapons at an equally loud and rowdy crowd of Black Lives Matter extremists who’d stormed onto their property.

The mob of activists in Milwaukee specifically chose “Pete” as their target Tuesday because he’d allegedly harassed his black neighbors, according to the apparent organizer of the event, local far-left activist Vaun L. Mayes.

Look at what he posted on Facebook prior to the “party,” as he called it:

Pull up at 5:30 today!! This neighbor thinks its cool to harrass black neighbors and call them the n word, parade…

Posted by Vaun L Mayes on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Attached to the post was a disturbing video of an older white man stomping around outside his and also neighbor’s home while yelling racial obscenities.

Watch:

Posted by Vaun L Mayes on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

 

Based on the American flag seen outside the man’s own home, it seems the man seen above is the same man, “Pete,” whom the activists harassed Tuesday evening.

Despite his poor behavior, it still remains unclear how he’d violated the law.

It’s also not clear why Mayes is apparently viewed locally as some sort of hero, as demonstrated by the Facebook post below and all the likes it received.

Lol idk who ordered this and had it sent out to me, but this is dope lol I never knew u could get pizzas done in custom…

Posted by Vaun L Mayes on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

According to local station WDJT, he’s currently facing federal charges for allegedly “plotting to firebomb a Milwaukee police station after the Sherman Park unrest in 2016.”

Moreover, he was arrested amid the George Floyd riots in June on suspicion of burglary. However, those charges were eventually dropped by Milwaukee County District Attorney John T. Chisholm, a Democrat.

Mayes’ fans can be heard in the video below describing him as “our generation’s Malcolm X”:

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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