Everyone is sick and tired of the endless liberal protests, resistance, whining and complaining about every little thing. We’ve been subjected to this nonsense since the left lost their election over 3 years ago
And here’s a suggestion for the idiots on the left: if you want to win people over to your side, it’s not a good plan to piss everyone off. Blocking traffic so people can’t get home or go to work is not the best idea if you want Americans to be “concerned” about the planet.
So, when a group of climate kooks blocked a busy intersection, it was only a matter of time before a pissed off commuter took the situation into his own hands.
A group of young men were filming the protest from a nearby building. They watched as traffic came to a stand-still because of the climate doomsayers. It looked like the standoff between commuters and protesters might last for a while, when out of nowhere a hero emerged.
A young man ran up from “left field” and quickly snatched the protesters banner, literally shocking the group and causing most of them to disperse.
Later, the same young man grabbed a cell phone from one of the female protesters who refused to get out of the road, and hurled it.
The protester began throwing a hissy fit right in the middle of the street while cars drove around her. Meanwhile, the young guys filming the spectacle clapped and cheered.
You can watch the video below (warning language):
Everyone’s tired of Extinction Rebellion. When these activists tried to block the intersection a hero came up to them, grabbed their banner and threw it away. And yes, everyone clapped. pic.twitter.com/0BzLrGe6nk
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 17, 2019
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