A “BLM protest” consisting of mostly white people, attacked a Detroit City police car, swarming it, pounding on the car, screaming, yelling, and acting as unruly violent mobs do.

The cop driving the car was not interested in hanging around. Maybe he didn’t want a Molotov Cocktail tossed into his car. Or maybe he didn’t want to get his windshield kicked in and dragged out of his car and beat, or worse, killed?

So he took off.

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And being a big dumb mob, they didn’t move out of the way. Instead, the mob doubled down and tried to stop the car, which only made the cop try harder to get outta there.

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He sped up and flew away — but he still had a couple of white dudes on the hood of the car.

The video was shared by one of the rioters who were there – of course, these communists who are causing all the trouble think they’re the “actual victims.”

Don’t you love how these communists are offended when people try and get away from the violent mob?

They feel as if everyone should sit there and take all of the abuse, fear, and hate they dish out.

You can watch the video below:

The police can’t win. If the cop stayed something terrible could’ve happened, the crowd could have engaged him and if he tried to protect himself, he could be facing the death penalty like the cop in Georgia. And if he leaves, he’s accused of “brutality” when a mob doesn’t move out of the way and try and stop a moving car.

Honestly, who would want to be a police officer nowadays? A thankless job, where you’re treated like garbage over a phony narrative.

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on June 29, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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