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Second Night Of Rioting In Kenosha, Where Does This End?

Second Night Of Rioting In Kenosha, Where Does This End?

Last night, to quell riots, Gov. Tony Evers deployed 125 Guard members to the city in an effort to prevent the kind of violence and vandalism that occurred in the city on Sunday night.

Yet more businesses burned, lives were ruined, and this was all over a case that has not yet come out with the rest of the information, at this point no one knows if the individual was going for a gun, or what he was going for.

Multiple fires were reported across the city late Monday night. Stephanie Haines, a reporter for TMJ4, said that downtown Kenosha is filled with smoke.

Once more looters struck a car dealership, this time, instead of burning the cars, the rioters looted the building.

We are starting to see, as a result of this, citizens doing what the police are unwilling or unable to do, arming themselves and protecting their property.

In the below video, we have a young woman screaming at the individual that is armed because she says if he is not for the rioting and looting, he doesn’t value life. I have to admit this one has me confused since they are doing this over the shooting, how are they not interconnected. And I hate to break it to her, I am not with her, and looting and destroying people’s lives and property, she must not value her own life, for soon people are going to bring more arms and stop this if the authorities can’t.

This needs to end, while I 100% support the right to protest, but by no means will I ever support the right to riot, loot, destroy, and burn down businesses. If these protestors don’t understand this, I would suggest they learn to; they may find someday soon citizens will tire of this, band togather, arm themselves, and protect their property by deadly force.

The masses seem to think they have a right to do this, they don’t.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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