We all know what happened during the summer of 2020 when the BLM protests turned violent throughout America. The media can spin it all they want, but we saw with our very own eyes via social media how destructive and violent the Black Lives Matter organization became.
But were we surprised? Of course not. After all, the Democrats gave them their blessing, and Kamala Harris went as far as to set up a Go Fund Me account to bail out rioters. It was free reign for BLM to cause as much destruction across Democrat cities as they wanted all because Biden and Harris needed those votes to win the 2020 election. It’s absolutely mind-blowing to me how many of my Liberal friends still don’t quite get what happened, regardless of how blatantly obvious the whole thing was.
The most shocking part of all this, however, was not how many cities burned to the ground that summer, but how many people got away with it! In Buffalo, NY for example, more than half of the BLM rioters arrested during the George Floyd protests had their cases dismissed. No trial, no convictions, no jail time, nothing! Most of them walked Scot-free.
According to Buffalo News, forty-seven out of fifty-seven arrests made during George Floyd / BLM riots in the summer of 2020 have been either dismissed or “given adjournments” and are being considered for dismissal. Very few have gone all the way through court proceedings.
And we’re not talking about throwing a few smoke bombs at a couple of cops, I’m referring to cases like a woman running over police officers with her SUV.
According to The Post Millenial, when it comes to cases that actually see proper justice, Buffalo News mentions a few standouts, some with sentences that are laughable.
Courtland M. Renford: Recently sentenced to five years in prison for throwing a fiery laundry basket through a City Hall window, amid other looting incidences that occurred on May 30th, 2020. He already pleaded guilty to federal rioting charges and faces another round of arson and burglary charges next month. Reports say he tried to change his appearance after the fact.
Daniel D. Hill: Looted a liquor store during the May 2020 riot season but managed to get into a “nonviolent felony offender” program for pleading guilty to a felony. If Hill completes the program without any hassle, he can withdraw his felony guilty plea and take it down to a misdemeanor.
Deyanna Davis: Accused of driving her SUV into three police officers during riots on June 1st, 2020. Deyanna faces charges of first-degree assault, attempted murder, assault, and aggravated assault, and the other passengers in the car face a litany of weapons charges.
Joanna Gollnau: Pleaded guilty to a traffic violation after hitting a bicyclist in September 2020 during protests outside City Hall. Ended up having to pay $200.
Keyondre Robinson: Pleaded guilty to assaulting a federal officer during the May 2020 riots. He faces a year of supervised release for throwing a water bottle at one of them, during protests outside the Robert H. Jackson Federal Courthouse.]
Michael Cremen: Faces a hate crime charge for shouting a racial slur at a group of Black Lives Matter protesters in August 2020. But he has since moved away to Arkansas and had to switch lawyers. But Cremen is showing up to his court appearances. “Cremen was indicted on charges of second-degree menacing as a hate crime, as well as second-degree harassment.”
Samuel Mara: a BLM protester who threatened to assassinate the Mayor in June 2020 got declared legally insane. Federal prosecutors are trying to work around that by getting a second opinion from other professionals unless Samuel pleads guilty to a misdemeanor.
If this is supposed to set our minds at ease knowing that only a handful of violent rioters will face jail time, then the Democrats are even crazier than we originally thought. Until every single one of them is justifiably put behind bars, prosecutors should not rest.