CHAPEL HILL – It appears that a leader of Social Justice mobs that pulled their usual stunts Monday night after the University of North Carolina announced a proposal to re-erect the ‘Silent Sam’ Confederate statue within a new museum of sorts has been charged with two misdemeanors, assault on a police officer and inciting a riot.
UNC activist groups are saying on their social media channels that Maya Little has been charged with two misdemeanors – assault on an officer and inciting a riot, related to last night’s #SilentSam protest. Trying to confirm this.
— Jane Stancill (@janestancill) December 4, 2018
It is encouraging that the police are actually taking their law enforcement duties seriously. The Leftists operate on the premise that only laws they agree with should be obeyed, and the officials’ former tendency to appease the mob has only served to embolden them.
True to form, though, the social justice crowd is sure to give Little a badge of honor. They are already seeking donations to help with her legal defense.
Maya Little is being charged with two misdemeanors as a result of last night’s protest against Silent Sam at UNC Chapel Hill, and just turned herself in to the police. Donate here: https://t.co/VGqopBn5KP #SilentSam
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— hmmm (@YYYaasssnnnaaa) December 4, 2018
It’s not the first time Little has been arrested related to violent mob actions in response to all the hurt feelings ‘Silent Sam’ doled out on the UNC campus.
Still, it remains to be seen if Little will be punished to the fullest extent of the law – something that is necessary to actually put an end to the lawlessness – or if they will merely let her off with a slap on the wrist.
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