A wild, wild, and very scary scene erupted in Atlanta, now that there are no police to patrol the city.

As you know, police have been calling off the job after their fellow officer was charged with “felony murder” of Rayshard Brooks – a man who punched officers and stole a taser and shot it at them. The officer who was charged is facing the death penalty.

Mr. Brooks was on parole when he passed out drunk in a Wendy’s drive-thru. He’s had an array of charges, among them “child and domestic abuse.”

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Police across the city have refused to come to work after their fellow officer was charged with murder.

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As a result, the streets look like a scene out of a wild west flick.

In this video, we see groups of armed young men walking down the middle of the street. The video narrator is excited about the lawlessness and comments on how he wishes he too had a pistol.

As he rounds the corner, still taking cellphone footage, shots ring out. LOTS of shots – an all-out “shootout” takes place and one young girl standing nearby gets shot.

You can watch the video below:

What you’ve seen here in this video is the type of lawless, chaotic life that Democrats have to offer.

They are wholly incapable of running cities. They’re destroyed nearly every large city that they’ve touched in America.

And they’re so focussed on partisan politics and twisted social justice that they’re allowing thugs and criminals to rule the streets like a pack of warlords.

Imagine what these communists would do if they got into the White House?

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on June 22, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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