More peaceful protests and gunfire from those loving little cherubs from “Black Lives Matter.”

This is the third “BLM shooting” story I’ve covered in less than 24 hours, there’s a definitely a “shift” and an “escalation” happening.

I this case, a Colorado BML rioter opened fire on a car trying to pass through the protest and accidentally shot a fellow communist.

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The Aurora Police Department said the protester who was shot was taken to a local hospital.

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Here’s what police tweeted: “While the protestors were walking on I-225, a vehicle decided to drive through the crowd. A protestor decided to fire off a weapon, striking at least 1 other protestor. They were transported to the hospital in stable condition.”

Gee, imagine that…a car “decided” to drive on a public road.

These cops in liberal cities are worthless.

The Aurora Police Department towed the car and are investigating the incident.

Independent journalist Brett MacDonald tweeted out a video of the incident.

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Brett notes that the jeep was driving down an “open lane,” and the flat tire that you see appears to have been done previously by the mob, not by the gunshots.

You can watch the video below:

You can definitely feel the “escalation” happening, and don’t think this isn’t by design.

The point of all of this chaos and rioting is not to break a few windows or burn a few cop cars…It’s to start a civil war before the 2020 election.


This piece was written by Missy Crane on July 26, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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