Fishtown is a waterfront district of Philadelphia, located directly across the Delaware River from Camden, New Jersey. When trouble comes to Fishtown, the residents have no place to run.
Yesterday, as looters descended upon their neighborhood, the unarmed residents of Fishtown called police. Police told them to evacuate and run away.
The people decided not to be cowardly. They rapidly formed an impromptu citizens patrol, and they all came out of their stores and homes to confront the violence.
What happened next was sadly typical. The Philadelphia Police Department sprang into action, arriving within seconds. The cowardly pigs pointed their guns at the unarmed men who were guarding their homes, families and lives.
The media, which was out in force to cover the “peaceful protest,” also played their part, whipping up sympathy for the rioters on Twitter, and cheering the arrest and dispersal of these citizens.
Once the police had disarmed the residents, Fishtown was mercilessly looted and terrorized under the direct supervision of the police department. Journalists across Pennsylvania cheered the mob as they robbed and pillaged.
Not content merely to destroy these men’s lives and livelihoods for one evening, the press is now working overtime to label them “dangerous white supremacists,” and blame them for everything, up to and including the death of George Floyd.
She’s working up a great story!
The pig apologists who will excuse all this as an “isolated incident” will need to explain how a precisely similar scenario occurred at exactly the same time, all the way across the continent.
When looters moved into Van Nuys, California yesterday, small business owners grabbed their shotguns and dialed 911. Callers were repeatedly disconnected by the 911 dispatcher when they asked for help. Once the dispatcher learned that the people were defending themselves, the police arrived within mere seconds.
They came to arrest the owners of the business for “gun violence crime.”
The police are the deadly enemies of hardworking Americans. All these people are illustrations of that brutal truth. Learn from their mistakes.