During a “protest” over the accidental death of Daunte Wright a crowd in Washington D.C. was filmed chanting “every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground,” as Fox News reports:
“Every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground!” the crowd could be heard chanting Monday night in footage taken in northwest Washington, D.C.
The video was captured by Ford Fischer. In separate clips he posted on Twitter, the crowd is heard saying “What do we want? Justice. When do we want it? Now. If we don’t get it burn it down!”
“When Black lives are under attack, what do we do? Stand up, fight back!” the crowd chants in another video.
Protesters then are filmed boarding one of the city’s Metro trains.
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“Take it to the streets, abort the police!” a woman is heard saying in a loudspeaker on board the train.
After leaving the train, the protesters, according to Fischer, walked through the Chinatown neighborhood and are heard chanting “our motherf—–g streets!”
None of the police officers in any of the videos are seen engaging with the protesters. In one video, a group of police vehicles were following the crowd.
The crowd was estimated to be in the hundreds, Fox 5 DC reports.
“Every city, every time, burn the precinct to the ground” chant protesters moving through the U Street neighborhood of Northern DC. pic.twitter.com/TUH59ZdzoK
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) April 13, 2021
This is getting completely out of control. Why is now considered normal every time a black man is shot by police for crowds to riot and loot?
The BLM and Antifa types are the true “domestic extremists” in our country today but the media does not classify them that way because they are generally supportive and sympathetic to their causes.
While the crowd in D.C. was vile but mostly peaceful the same could not be said for the crowd in Minneapolis:
This is sickening and if a crowd of conservatives acted the same way I assure you the media and Democrats would not be as sympathetic to the cause.
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