New Orleans Attacked by Protesters on May Day

Media Silent; Police Stand Down; Community Furious

Yesterday police stood down in Davis square as rioters attacked civilians and monuments were desecrated.

Police were understandingly fearful of their safety as they were outnumber by violent protesters and opportunistic rioters.  The protestors focused on their in Jefferson Davis Park, named for the confederate president.  Rebel flags and a remembrance of Southern heritage is a long stand tradition it the South by both black and white citizens alike.  And both black and white citizens stood side by side as they were attack by overwhelmingly white thug protesters, some wearing masks.

Patriots fought back as 2 memorials were illegally removed.  Sourced say many of the people who came out to face the rioters were historical preservationist, but in the end certain monuments were taken by a well organized campaign of violence by radical leftists.

With the mainstream media’s refusal to cover the violence and vandalism in New Orleans, many people in the community took to twitter and facebook.  One source told us:

“A wonderful African American woman named Arlene Barnum has been verbally and physically assaulted throughout this whole ordeal. NOPD refuse to intervene. Local media refuses to cover. She is in danger, yet she persists each day, putting herself at risk defending public monuments. She drove all the way from Oklahoma to oppose Antifa and their local affiliate”

It is wonderful to see average people of all backgrounds come out to defend the community and speak theirs minds.  Unless more rational people tell these violent leftists they are wrong, they feel empowered and will continue doing this again and again.  Proud Boys, Alt-Knights, Red Elephants, Bikers for Trump, and Oathkeepers have already been contacted and have pledge to go where needed when called upon and not let good people get pushed around by spoiled socialist college kids again.

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Written by PawL BaZiLe

PawL BaZiLe

Pawl is a film director and journalist living in New Jersey. Pawl is a fan of history and avid reader with a background in theater. He has used his debate skills to win over 30 Internet arguments. Pawl Bazile directed a punk rock documentary called “Living the American Nightmare” and is currently working on a motorcycle film called “Savage”. For Proud Boy Magazine, Pawl is in charge of digital media, new programming, and talent relations. He takes his coffee black. Follow him on Twitter @PawLBAZiLe.

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