RALEIGH – Here we go again.
After Black Lives Matter Inc. instigated multiple nights of violent riots this week in Philadelphia, New York City, and elsewhere — ostensibly in a ‘Justice for [fill in the blank]‘ chaos operation — Radical Leftist organizers are now activating the City of Wokes for a ‘Night of Mischief’ in North Carolina’s capital city this Friday night.
It doesn’t take a linguist to translate ‘Night of Mischief’ into ‘riot,’ and it doesn’t take a genius to recognize that the Radical Left exploits every available opportunity to spur protests for ‘Social Justice’ that serve as vehicles for them to create mayhem, damage property, demonize and assault police, and physically harm anyone that dare openly disagree with them.
In addition to the obvious ‘Night of Mischief‘ theme, the event is labeled as one of ‘Solidarity with Philadelphia.’ Earlier this week, we shared reporting of just how much violence and destruction ravaged the City of Brotherly Love under the guise of a Black Lives Matter Inc. protest, itself donning the sheep’s clothing of a ‘Justice for [fill in the blank]’ march.
Dozens of businesses were looted and destroyed, ground level reporters were threatened and assaulted, and reports that rioters were targeting white people for violence if they didn’t toe the BLM Inc. line. That is what the Woke Radicals want to recreate in Raleigh.
Apparently the local contingent of Woke mischief conspirators know that weeknight ‘events’ are not as…effective…as those scheduled for the weekend. That’s because they know they can better draw the cover of a crowd of peaceful protesters on a Friday or Saturday night, upon which they rely to lend ‘mostly peaceful’ legitimacy to their planned riot.
This riot will come just days after Raleigh Police Department released hundreds of body/dash cam videos from the previous riots occurring in May, June, July, and August. As such, most of the windows in downtown Raleigh are already boarded up from the last time a ‘solidarity march’ was held.
Local news in the Triangle often touches on the depressing state of affairs in the region’s city centers, where people are now resistant to go, and businesses cannot afford to stay, on account of Pandemic Panic and recurrent violent riots.
Now, add in the fact that this will be the night before Halloween and mere days before the presidential election, and you have a recipe for another night of out of control chaos in our state capital.