Someday the media types will stop referring to every thug on the street as a protester and call them out for the hoodlums that they are.
As a tear gas or smoke canister was discharging on a public street, having been fired into a crowd of hoodlums, one of them, who had a gas mask on, went up to it and kicked it away from the leftists’ position. That agitator, who looks to be one of George Soros’ now familiar Antifa, anti-America thugs, then returned to the lineup in the middle of the street.
Maybe he didn’t learn from what happened in Charlottesville but he should have, since their organization was instigating there also and the woman who was killed was doing pretty much the same thing he and his comrades are doing today, minus the police “interference.” The cops had been ordered to be observers rather than enforcers in Democrat controlled Charlottesville. Phoenix has a Republican Governor, who made certain adequate protection and crowd control was in place.
The Police apparently didn’t appreciate having the canister kicked into their midst, with one of them providing a well-aimed alternative personally delivered to the punk who kicked it. The aim was true, the pepper ball found its mark right at or just below belt level on the confrontational thug. He immediately drops to the ground, writhing in some well-deserved pain.
The shot could have been a few inches lower and been better, perhaps causing him some real serious pain for a few days or even permanent damage to his boyhood. At a minimum he’s feeling some discomfort and has a mark, probably a welt and some bruising. As an Antifa member he’s probably still living in his mom’s basement, maybe she’ll put some alcohol on it for him; lots and lots of alcohol.
Nice shot officer. It’s too bad he stopped at one.
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