It’s no surprise the disturbance that resulted in the cancellation of the Donald Trump rally at the University of Chicago was instigated by the George Soros-funded group MoveOn.org, domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and the Black Lives Matter movement. Shots were also fired outside the event after the cancellation was announced.
It should come as no surprise, then, to know that the person responsible for firing those shots was a Black Lives Matter protester, “celebrating” the cancellation. Twitter user “Jaamal Williams” was bright enough to post a video of himself firing a semi-automatic assault weapon into the air with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter.
Of course, once the video started going viral, Williams’ account disappeared — but not before screen shots were taken of some of his intelligent comments on social media, which explains a lot.
Williams suddenly became “Rob K,” who appeared to be equally intelligent.
While he claims he made up the Williams account, that doesn’t change the fact that someone in the video was firing several shots into the air.
Conservative commentator Mark Dice captured the video before it was taken offline and you can see it in a video Dice posted to social media:
It’s worth noting that Williams, in his profile picture (before the account disappeared), is seen with two weapons.
Williams fired the shots in a city that has some of the tightest gun control laws in the country, which seems to reinforce the notion that strict gun control legislation keeps guns out of the hands of honest, decent, law-abiding citizens, not troublemakers like Williams.
Chicago is also President Barack Obama’s hometown, where there have been 578 shooting victims so far this year, according to the Chicago Tribune. Obama wants to enforce tighter gun laws so the rest of American cities can be like Chicago.
Thanks but no thanks. Most freedom-loving Americans understand that people like Williams, aka Rob K, — along with the Black Lives Movement — are among some of the real threats in our communities.
If anyone should be shut down, it should be groups that promote violence — not presidential rallies.