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BLM Rioters Drag Man From Car And Beat Him After He Accidentally Hit Protesters Leaving One Dead


 

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Your Daily Dose of Mostly Peaceful Protest

1 Woman Is Dead, Others Injured In Minneapolis After A Driver Plows Into Protestors
The Marxists behind Black Lives Matter, Critical Race Theory, and general wokeness want us to hate one another.
Well, it’s working.
Tell black people long enough that they’re victims, and they’ll start believing it — and acting that way.
Tell white people long enough that they’re evil, and they’ll start believing it — and acting that way.
And now this, an act of pure evil.
We’re really starting to hate each other again, due to insidious Marxism: Divide and conquer, then unite and rule.
And it’s going to get worse before it gets better.
If it gets better?
You’ll excuse Insanity Wrap if we’re a little cranky today, but after a lovely weekend spent doing chores and ignoring the world as best we could, these are the stories we woke up to on Monday.
 

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Entire Portland Police crowd control unit resigns after officer indicted on protest assault charge


The mass resignation comes a day after a grand jury indicted Portland Police Bureau Officer Corey Budworth on one count of fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor, for what prosecutors allege was an "excessive and unlawful use of force" during a protest in August 2020.

Budworth, who at the time was on the bureau's Rapid Response Team, is accused of striking a woman in the head with a baton during an Aug. 18, 2020, demonstration outside the Multnomah Building. The indictment marks the first time a Portland police officer has faced prosecution for striking or firing at someone during a protest, according to the Oregonian.

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Two law enforcement sources close to the team told ABC News the officers decided the assault charge reflected too much hostility towards their police work, and they did not see a way forward in being members of the team facing sometimes violent protests in downtown Portland.

Davis said the bureau, including the members of the Rapid Response Team, has been under a "tremendous amount of stress" due to the coronavirus pandemic and in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, during which he said Portland saw over 150 nights of "sustained civil unrest."
 

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Entire Portland Police crowd control unit resigns after officer indicted on protest assault charge


The mass resignation comes a day after a grand jury indicted Portland Police Bureau Officer Corey Budworth on one count of fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor, for what prosecutors allege was an "excessive and unlawful use of force" during a protest in August 2020.

Budworth, who at the time was on the bureau's Rapid Response Team, is accused of striking a woman in the head with a baton during an Aug. 18, 2020, demonstration outside the Multnomah Building. The indictment marks the first time a Portland police officer has faced prosecution for striking or firing at someone during a protest, according to the Oregonian.

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Two law enforcement sources close to the team told ABC News the officers decided the assault charge reflected too much hostility towards their police work, and they did not see a way forward in being members of the team facing sometimes violent protests in downtown Portland.

Davis said the bureau, including the members of the Rapid Response Team, has been under a "tremendous amount of stress" due to the coronavirus pandemic and in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, during which he said Portland saw over 150 nights of "sustained civil unrest."
The stress is not the problem. People can deal with that.
The problem is that they have this stress because the politicians and the people of the city of Portland do not stand behind their police officers. At the first sign of trouble they cater to the mob. An officer doing his job is placing a burden on himself. The burden of not knowing what charges he may face if some fanatic should disobey his lawful order and he may have to use force and then defend himself from his own superiors who may abandon him and leave him to face civil and criminal charges.

Why place yourself in this position.? When the mob comes go there and watch, and try to keep out of the way.
That is what we are seeing in Portland and in California where shop lifting is no longer a crime.
 
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