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The Dems and their media lapdogs are trying to redefine what a “protest” is.
Nowadays, burning down a city, looting, and throwing cans of soup at police is a “protest.”
Aww, they’re just a bunch of frustrated “patriots” letting off some “understandable” steam.
That’s how we’re supposed to see these anti-American Marxists who are destroying cities, businesses, and people’s lives….” frustrated peaceful protesters.”
Nobody believes this hogwash.
During last year’s “summer of love” over 20 people lost their lives…
There’s nothing “peaceful” or “justifiable” about this type of behavior.
And Florida’s Polk County Sheriff has decided it’s time to give the Dems a little lesson on the difference between a riot and a protest.
The point here from Florida offiials is to make sure that folks mind their manners as we all wait for the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
You can watch the video below:
Polk County, Florida Sheriff Grady Judd shows two photos of a “peaceful protest” and a “riot”:
“We can tell the difference and I’ll guarantee you that you’ll be able to tell the difference if you come here and riot.”pic.twitter.com/jRl9t51ppL
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 19, 2021
Florida will not tolerate and encourage riots and destruction like Dem-run cities do.
As a matter of fact, Fox News is reporting that Governor DeSantis has signed into law Florida’s “anti-riot” bill, which increases penalties for crimes committed during riots and is aimed at “combating public disorder.”
“If you look at the breadth of this particular piece of legislation, it is the strongest anti-rioting, pro-law enforcement piece of legislation in the country,” DeSantis said at a press conference. “There’s just nothing even close.”
Florida’s Senate passed the bill last week 23-17. It was seen as a response to protests around the country stemming from police brutality against African Americans.
The law, which goes into effect immediately, grants civil legal immunity to people who drive through protesters blocking a road and allows authorities to hold arrested demonstrators from posting bail until after their first court date. The legislation increases the charge for battery on a police officer during a riot and adds language that could force local governments to justify a reduction in law enforcement budgets.
Republicans say the bill would protect law enforcement officers and help prevent public disorder following recent unrest in the U.S.
Good. This should be the norm in every state in the country. There is no good reason to allow people to act out and destroy property and hurt others.
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