Tuesday’s riot ‘not spontaneous’
From the publication Madison365, an ally of the BLM/Antifa/Insurrection, comes confirmation what most of us suspected.
By Rena Yehuda Newman – Jun 25, 2020 described as “is a recent History graduate of UW-Madison.”
On Tuesday night [06-24-2020] in Madison, marchers took to the streets to protest the arrest of local organizer Yeshua Musa, who was violently, illegally detained by police for using a megaphone in public. The crowd gathered in front of the courthouse, chanting and demanding Yeshua’s release.
This protest was not spontaneous but rather the organized, continued effort of Black Lives Matter actions planned nationwide.
In the name of safety, both for the protesters themselves and for the communities they’re fighting for, the organizers asked that no video or photographs were taken at the event, as police often use these post-protest images to identify and make arrests. It seems State Senator Tim Carpenter attempted to take a video and (perhaps unknowingly) put protesters’ lives at risk.
Though the organizers were clear with protesters that the action should be completely non-violent, Carpenter was unfortunately attacked after continuing to film against the protesters’ will. … As the night went on, two statues fell.
“As the night went on, two statues fell.” !!! Apparently of their own accord. Perhaps Miss Forward and Col. Hans Christian Heg continued to stand against the protesters’ will.
Blaska’s Bottom Line: Indeed, police will tell you that the tactics of the rioters are very sophisticated in attempting to break their protective phalanx with skirmishes intended to lure one of more police out of formation to arrest them, thereby opening a hole for the mob to pour through.