CHARLOTTE – While the Queen City has not been at the same level of destruction and Woke-inspired chaos as some other parts of the country this week (it takes A LOT these days), there is an active Mob of social justice activists, Black Lives Matter agitators, and aspiring delinquents ‘resisting’ the RNC since last weekend.
One of those activists on the front lines of the anti-police mob is an appointee of Governor Roy Cooper, and reports from Reformation Charlotte show her berating police officers alongside others who tell a black police officer that they’d KILL HIM if he didn’t have a uniform on.
From Reformation Charlotte earlier this week:
“[…] Kristie Puckett-Williams was appointed by North Carolina governor, Roy Cooper, to serve as the Chair of the Women in Incarceration Workgroup for the State Reentry Council Collaborative. Last night, Puckett-Williams was seen downtown inciting riots and violence in Charlotte Mecklenburg police.
At one point, you can hear “protestors” with Puckett-Williams yell at one black police officer “if you weren’t wearing that uniform, I would kill you.” […]”
While we’ve heard these kinds of detestable anti-police threats and rhetoric from delinquents in the Woke Mob all summer long, we wonder if Governor Roy Cooper is okay with his appointees participating in such “protests,” stirring up the Mob for a riot, and standing alongside people that seem to be begging for violence.
It’s hardly her first time participating in Mob action, either. She’s a dedicated Social Justice Warrior who was arrested back in May:
These are the people that the Cooper administration selects, vets, and knowingly appoint to positions of influence in the plethora of state boards, commissions, and councils.
Does Roy Cooper support this kind of “activism?” Is the governor cool with his appointees taking to the streets to participate in anti-police protests, scream in officers faces, and lob accusations of egregious injustice at them?
If she remains in the post she was appointed to by Cooper, we’re only left to assume that answer is, yes.
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