To say this thug was sprayed with pepper spray is an understatement of monumental proportions. He was drenched….twice. He stood in front of police, cursing them before running away and when he saw they were not chasing him he gets brave, rips of his shirt and charges the police.

He soon learned that was a mistake as he was totally covered with pepper spray. Then the idiot tried to charge a second time and again he was drenched. He then tried to mount a third charge but he fell to the ground and had to be led away by fellow rioters. He may have decided that discretion was the better part of valor. When you see the video, you will know what I mean.

It appears he may have been hit with a non lethal projectile as he mounted his third charge. That might have been what halted the third charge. As he was being led away his fellow thug began calling for a medic. But that’s still better than having to call for a coroner.

 

The Daily Wire reported Sunday on the ongoing protests in Portland:

An alleged “counter-protester” had liquid thrown on him, was spat on, hit repeatedly with a baseball bat, and was shoved on the ground by reported Black Lives Matter supporters on Saturday night in Portland … The video features the rioters repeatedly yelling and screaming obscenities at the group of so-called counter-protesters. No additional footage was posted showing what transpired before the men were attacked. Daily Caller journalist Jorge Ventura tweeted out a video of the incident, writing: “BLM supporter assaults counter-protester with baseball bat. Portland PD declare riot moments after.”

The rioters moved towards the Penumbra Kelly Building. The building is in a residential area and rioters were yelling to burn it down. They wouldn’t have dared do that in my hometown. They just didn’t take threats well and would let you kno

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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