VIDEO: Police Drag Away Man Attacked By BLM Mob, Take Orders From Protesters Via Megaphone

"The police were on the scene, and lo and behold, a miracle of God, they took him away, put him in the back of a squad car, and moved his vehicle outta the street"

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Video footage reportedly captured in the town of Stillwater, Minnesota shows a man being detained in his own neighborhood by police after he was attacked by a mob of Black Lives Matter protesters.

Protest march leaders later bragged via megaphone that police had detained the man and forced him move his vehicle to accommodate the demands of the angry mob.

The man’s vehicle can be seen blocked at an intersection by three motorcycles,at which points he exits the vehicle and begins arguing with the protesters.

A mob quickly swarms the man and begins repeatedly shoving him, at which point two uniformed police officers rush over and manhandle him, dragging him back to the curb.

“There was an angry motorist who refused to move his car,” a female protester announced via megaphone, “the police were on the scene, and lo and behold, a miracle of God, they took him away, put him in the back of a squad car, and moved his vehicle outta the street so we can peacefully continue our march. Say his name! Say his name!”

Downtown Minneapolis braces for impact as Derek Chauvin trial comes to a conclusion. Many government buildings are fortified and businesses are boarding up windows preparing for possible mass unrest. Preliminary protests have begun.

Police did not went intervene as the march continued into the suburban neighborhood, with protesters screaming at local homeowners through megaphones.

“If you think black lives matter you can come march with us, you can come join us,” one marcher bellowed. “If you don’t you can stay up at your house. You can stay up in your driveway looking at us like we’re doing something crazy when we’re just here trying to fight for our lives.”

Black Lives Matter riots are expected to intensify following the upcoming verdict in the George Floyd-Derek Chauvin murder trial.



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