Burning the churches

There isn’t much question about who is funding the fake protests when churches are being burned down:

Chaos has continued to unfold in cities across America where over 50 Secret Service agents were injured in clashes with protesters in Washington DC, cops charged into demonstrators in New York City, and lootings and store raids continued to unfold in California, Philadelphia and Boston.

Tens of thousands of people gathered as the National Guard was deployed to over half the states in the country on Sunday for protests that have seen 4,100 people get arrested this weekend alone.

But even the threat of heavy officer presence didn’t deter protesters in Philadelphia from hurling rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, crowds to raid stores including Coach and Chanel in New York and San Francisco, and fires being ignited mere feet from the White House.

Late Sunday in Washington D.C. a fire was set ablaze in the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church and Lafayette Park in front of the White House.

Whatever happened to shooting the looters, President Trump? Declare martial law, declare a curfew, then shoot dead every single “protester” who violates it. Then arrest and prosecute every member of every organization involved in the funding of these fake protests. Then again, the God-Emperor never threatened to send in the Marines or order the shooting of looters himself, he merely pointed out the obvious to the responsible local authorities.

But regardless, do you still feel like posturing about that “police brutality” in Minneapolis, virtue-signalers? Even if we assume that the “murder” of “George Floyd” actually took place, it was obviously nothing more than the jogger trigger Antifa’s owners were waiting to pull.

What was portrayed as “racist police brutality” is eventually going to end up with white Americans pleading for far more extreme racism and brutality than has ever been exhibited in Minneapolis.