Skip to comments.Boston Police Caught With Truck Full of Bricks; Are They 'Planting' Them to Incite Violence?
Posted on 06/02/2020 9:45:09 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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TWEET OF VIDEO HERE:
wait. full stop. you think that the boston police department is conspiring with antifa in inciting riots?
These stories keep popping up. Where is Faux News to explain them away?
Sounds more like they’re trying to HELP the rioters destroy their city. Probably on orders from the mayor.
I don’t know what to think anymore.
Accusations are flying left and right, one against each other.
A group of protesters in Dallas called attention to the unexpected appearance of the construction material near the city’s courthouse over the weekend in a video shared on social media. “Ain’t no damn construction around here!,” one of the protesters says in the clip as a stack of bricks can be seen on the sidewalk.
First, could we have some Boston residents validate that roof numbers are painted on their police vehicles?
Second, I think this was packaged video....fake Boston cops, fake vehicle, and done probably before the riots started. Maybe I’m wrong, but I just can’t see real cops getting deep into a mess like this.
Maybe-—Just maybe the police confiscated the bricks and brought back to their stations as evidence in an investigation?
I call BS on this one.
Unless someone can establish that the Boston police have a black pickup numbered 1400 — and that this is actually it.
I don’t even see anyone handling bricks in that video.
What a bunch of virtue signaling crap. If I still wore a uniform and was asked to ‘kneel’, I’d spit on who ever asked for such nonsense and walk away.
So, just because a brick is there, a protester is not responsible for hurling the brick at people or businesses?
I ran across a comment on a twitter thread where someone speculated that this antifa thing has been going on for a long time and just as they have infiltrated these protests, they long ago, as part of the plan, infiltrated the police departments.
I never thought of that but it does make a lot of sense.
And here we see evidence of that.
Yea that's the ticket.
Its in the back of their police station. They gathered the bricks from the streets and have put them in a secure location. Nothing more nothing less.
I don’t know what I see in that video.
RE: So, just because a brick is there, a protester is not responsible for hurling the brick at people or businesses?
If the bricks were not meant for construction, then someone placed them there to make it easy for agitators to start the riots. WHO THAT SOMEONE IS NEEDS TO BE WEEDED OUT.
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