That's better dutch, at least you're providing evidence like I asked. I didn't see the private street sign there when they entered (the sign only appears in the stills) and of course any damage is criminal and the perps should be punished. But hey, I've never found a situation was made worse by inexpertly waving a military-grade weapon about, right?This gate: View: https://twitter.com/DLoesch/status/1277676268260073473/photo/1
did'nt damage itself
It turns out the source of that video(both actually) is a perfect demonstration how blm lies work. the video cuts out at around 38 seconds so you don't see how they get trough a gate. They do the same thing if a black guy is killed by the police but he carriers a weapon the video they spread is then so cut and doctored they make it look like he was unarmed and there not ashamed to claim he was unarmed too even knowing it is an lie. I can't find the original clip as youtube and other sites have been flooded with the misleading one,(and i have a shoot-ton of work to do) but i did found this one
with someone pointing out where private property is entered and so on.
But then you lose it and start making up stuff about (I think - I really tried to understand) protesters carrying guns? Have I got that right? But you don't have a problem with the two people who are really obviously threatening to kill people with their guns. Why do only white people get to carry guns and it be fine?
I'll answer that one for you with a bit of history. By US standards, California has relatively strict firearms laws due to something called the Mulford Act, which places restrictions on the public carrying of loaded firearms. Surprisingly, this was supported by non-other than then-governor of California, Ronald Reagan. It was also supported by the NRA. WTAF you say!? The conservative's conservative supporting gun control?!
Well it turns out that the timing of the act coincided with the Black Panther's patrols in parts of Oakland carrying legally held firearms. Black people with guns, protecting themselves? Heaven forbid! Law passed.
Now, watching that video I'm thinking that the best thing in the world would be that neither side were armed. Failing that, both sides might as well be armed. I'd be interested to know if Rambo's dad would have been so free waving his M16 around if he knew that anyone in the crowd were equally tooled up, legally of course. Either he's (a) pretty sure no one is armed and (b) is very sure that no matter how irresponsible, dangerous and murderous his intentions, the US judicial system isn't going to hold him to account. And that is the problem.