Last night we published a blog asking for help identifying the “peaceful protesters” in this video in Boston.
It doesn’t get any lower than these people. They all deserve to not only be named and shamed, but have their addresses put out there, since they like looting other people’s property. Meet Quinten Freeman of 72 Woodruff Way, Mattapan.
Quinten doesn’t have Facebook, but his ma dukes does.
It’s not a flat brimmed Bulls hat, but the Blackhawks play in the same building so the douchebag factor is similar.
Oh, and Mom’s good friends with Mayahhhh Mahhty and Chief Willie Gross.
She’s not gonna be happy to find out that her son’s a looter.
I just wanna say, that if you’re one of those people saying, “I was a peaceful protester, but then a few bad apples at the end ruined it,” then you’re really no better than they are. You gave them cover. There were plenty of people in Charlottesville who didn’t kill anyone or chant, “The Jews will not defeat us” while carrying tiki torches, but they were all rightfully lumped in together. These riots are the left’s Charlottesville. Everyone knew there would be looting and rioting at the end of this, so if you joined that mob then you were part of the problem. The irony is that 99.9% of the people in that mob were team lockdown, and they suddenly realized that you’re not gonna kill Grandma if you get together with 50,000 strangers to loot, riot, and burn the city down.
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