Yesterday morning a video surfaced where a patriot who looks like a real giant decided to face BLM rioters who were blocking a highway in Texas.
Activists in Plano, a city about 20 miles (32.2 km) north of Dallas, marched through the streets on Sunday to raise awareness about the death of Marvin Scott III. The 26-year-old black man died while in police custody at a county jail in March. Seven officers were fired and one resigned over the incident, which was ruled a homicide in April.
In a now-viral video, demonstrators are seen blocking an intersection as they shout “Black Lives Matter” and wave signs reading “stop killing us” and other slogans. A large column of automobiles can be seen forming as motorists wait for the road to clear. Suddenly, a large man wearing sunglasses weaves between the stopped cars and heads straight towards the protesters.
The brave patriot faced the group and one of the rioters pulled a gun on him, the man was not afraid and even faced the cowardly cop who didn’t do anything about it.
In the video below you can see that most of the other drivers get mad at the man for standing up to BLM.
Texas Residents At Breaking Point: Citizens angry with BLM protesters blocking traffic. pic.twitter.com/MvITK943UW
— New Granada (@NewGranada1979) May 7, 2021
Here is the full video:
Below we captured the moment when one of the guys pulled a gun on him:
And it seems that now we have the real reason why the cop did nothing even after BLM rioters pulled a gun on the angry Texan.
Below we have a video of Plano’s Chief of Police Ed Drain marching with BLM on roads he shut down for them last year:
Here’s Plano’s Chief of Police Ed Drain marching with BLM on roads he shut down for them last year pic.twitter.com/MYGAvQk6Vz
— Oilfield Rando (@Oilfield_Rando) May 8, 2021
Many called this video fake but another video just confirmed the validity of the video above:
Don’t think it’s real? Here he is talking about it afterwards. pic.twitter.com/ze3DIJhTlq
— Oilfield Rando (@Oilfield_Rando) May 9, 2021
Drain walked for hours with a group in West Plano and took their questions in an informal meeting. Drain said he and other officers wanted to be available to answer the tough questions.
“We do have policies, we do have training, we do have hiring practices in place that make it less likely that we would have a situation like what happened in Minneapolis,” said Drain.
Specifically, Drain said the department hires officers with bachelor’s degrees or comparable military or law enforcement experience. Those without degrees must have taken at least 60 hours of college classes.
“There is data to support that the more educated officers are, the less likely they are to have to use force,” Drain told NBC 5.
Drain also said the department requires implicit bias and crisis intervention training.
“We think that what happened in Minneapolis was wrong, that was a tragedy that didn’t have to happen,” said Drain.
When it comes to the department’s approach with demonstrations, Drain said the department tries to connect with organizations ahead of a protest.
“I don’t need to wear gas masks, I don’t need to wear shields and batons to keep somebody safe while they exercise their first amendment right,” said Drain.
“If we were to get intelligence that people were intentionally coming out to engage in civil disobedience, then we may change our approach.”
This explains everything!
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