Black Panthers Show Up To Courthouse With Loaded Weapons, Watch What Happens NEXT…

The Black Panther Party has a history of being known to be one of the most violent activist groups the United States. These so-called activists have called for the outright murder of white people, but claim they are not violent. Recently the Black Panthers decided to hold another protest, but as usual, this protest was as misguided as their entire rhetoric.

The Black Panthers had made plans to hold an armed march and were to announce that during a press conference on the steps of New Hanover County Courthouse in North Carolina. However, they were informed by law enforcement that marching with weapons in public space was against the law.

New Haven officers politely informed them that if they were to march they would be in violation of New Haven County’s policy. They were told they could march or have a press conference but without weapons. Sounds simple enough to me, right? Well, apparently that was still not easy for them to understand at all.

According to Independent Journal Review:

WECT’s James Johnson was on the scene when New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office arrived towards the end of the event and seized 10 weapons from the group. Of the 10 weapons, there were 2 revolvers, 5 semi-automatic pistols, and 3 shotguns, all of which were loaded. During Dr. Muhammed’s press conference, he ranted and raved, with a gun in hand, all while standing on the courthouse steps. Muhammed then went on to claim that they were targeted and that their constitutional rights were being violated.

Revolutionary Black Panther members fully and peacefully cooperated with police, but the group’s leader, Dr. Alli Muhammad, claimed they were unfairly targeted. He told Time Warner Cable News:

“The actions of the Wilmington Police Department and the police chief are in essence a violation of the U.S. Constitution and our constitutional rights as well as our civil rights.”

These people did not comply with simple instructions and yet they are still whining about being treated unfairly. Sadly, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a lawsuit against the New Hanover police department soon.

What do you think?

H/T [ Young Cons ]

 

 

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