Protestor shot in Austin, Texas. 4th & Congress

Car pulled up, opened fire.  
 

CPR was administered on the scene.

 -Austin Chronicle

Its on now

Just like whitey to do a drive by like that.

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They died doing what the loved 

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 before the shots you can see the blm goons converge on the area. 

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Disingenuous to allow one violent act to overshadow what was a great day of mostly peaceful protesting.

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Thats certainly one way to get the damn rioters to stop blocking traffic

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Positive Energy -

Disingenuous to allow one violent act to overshadow what was a great day of mostly peaceful protesting.

Thats true it was a mostly peaceful drive by the perp. 

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Were they fucking with someone in a car?

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Disingenuous to allow one violent act to overshadow what was a great day of mostly peaceful protesting.

Thats true it was a mostly peaceful drive by the perp. 

And the deceased protestor who approached the perp’s car with a rifle was also 99 percent peaceful.


sometimes 2 rights make a wrong.

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Were they a protester or a rioter

This was the dude that was killed



 

 

And here is two pics of him actually holding up his rifle at the car


Driver saw that and popped him. Cooperating with police

 

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"the people that hate us and wanna say shit to us are too big of pussies to stop and do something about it"

 

HAHHAHA.

 

BLM protests condoning their members committing numerous firearm felonies just in one night, but remember YOU CAN'T CRITISIZE THEM.

 

Oh and if the cops actually did their jobs they would have had this guy arrested long before he got popped.

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Larping and real life dont mix well

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Guess that he found somebody that wasn't "too big of a pussy to do something about it".  

 

Good riddance.

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Edit - Here's the traffic camera

 

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I guess someone wasn't too big of a pussy afterall.

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So this was a  BLM protest? 

I didn't see any actual black people.

This wasn't really a BLM protest, was it?

Seriously. 

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