If you haven’t been following what’s been going on in Baltimore, it’s insane. A guy named Freddie Grey died a week after being taken into police custody. Mr. Grey has been arrested five million times and I’d bet my Nantucket horse ranch that he is a world class jagoff. Apparently he was handcuffed for yet another crime he committed, and put into a paddywagon where he was tossed around on the ride to the station because he was not put into a seatbelt. He died a week later.
Cue the peaceful protesters.
Baltimore is basically a third world country. There have been riots everywhere, including Saturday night at the Red Sox-Orioles game, where fans were forced to remain inside the stadium after it was over for their own safety:
Here’s a nice video of the of the nonviolent peaceful protesters going to bat for the community role model Freddie Grey, by kicking the shit out of some Orioles fans who were guilty of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, while being white:
Here’s some more fun pictures of the social justice warriors in action:
Martin Luther King Jr. would be so proud.
I would pay money to watch Professor Sonya Conner and Kevin Ksen try to protest with these people. “Hey guys, we’re on your side and we’re here to help!!” Five seconds later they’re on the ground covered in trash and their wallets are gone.
Speaking of the Worcester hippies, I wonder how they feel about this mayhem? Let’s check out the Communities United Collective Facebook page. After all they’re the ones who have met with Superintendent Boone, Mayor Joe Petty, City Manager Ed Augustus, and several others privately, and orchestrated the Justice Department’s visit to Worcester:
Oh good, they’re cheering on the fact that gangs in Baltimore have put their beefs on hold in order kill cops. Here’s what CBS has reported about these planned police takeouts:
The Baltimore Police Department says they have received a credible threat that numerous gangs have entered into a partnership to “take-out” law enforcement officers.
According to the department, they have received credible information that various gangs including the Black Guerilla Family, Bloods and Crips have entered into the partnership.
“Law enforcement agencies should take appropriate precautions to ensure the safety of their officers,” the department says in a press release.
Nice. Marlo Stanfield and Avon Barksdale have put their beefs aside to come after Jimmy McNulty and crew. And the Worcester protesters, led by the Communities United Collective, has officially given their endorsement to cop killing. Not surprising really. Here’s some other peaceful, constructive stuff they’ve shared on their page:
Oh good, they’re encouraging black people to run from the cops now. That always ends up well.
Oh good, they’re teaching a bunch of teenagers to hate and distrust the police. This seems like a great way to improve community-police relations.
Ahhh Joyce McNickles. One of the head honchos for the CUC, delivering a speech at the Mosaic Cultural Complex. The same organization that accepts city funding despite the fact that it is not a registered non-profit with the state.
Oh good, I’m glad to see Councilor Rivera continues to support these non-violent crusaders as they endorse cop killing. What say you, Sarai?
She’s a feisty one!!!
I still can’t believe this group has actual influence on our city government. Hey Ed Augustus and Joe Petty – I know you’re reading this. The Communities United Collective members that you continuously give special meetings to has now gone on record in favor of killing cops. Deb Powers, Sonya Conner, Kevin Ksen, Gordon Davis, and Michael Jerry run that page. So my question for Petty and Augustus is simple – are you down with cop killing? Because if you continue to publicly associate yourself with this group of terrorists, then you’re morally culpable. Pick a side.