It is becoming all too evident: our great nation is under threat, steadily inching towards anarchy, especially in the cities governed by Democrats. As social unrest snowballs, we’re reminded of the necessity of the 2nd Amendment and preparing for social unrest. An alarming example was the mayhem that unfolded in Philadelphia this week.
Already struggling with the pandemic’s after-effects, Philadelphia’s businesses became a criminal playground for inner-city black gangs. The brazen thugs openly planned their rampage of destruction and theft acts social media platforms for everyone to witness. The tragedy is that even with this public display being promoted on social media and then streamed live while it was happening, they successfully wreaked havoc, leaving livelihoods in ruins.
In the background, the ever-present BLM extremists hijacked so-called “peaceful protests”, manipulating them into opportunities for theft, violence, and destruction, all under the banner of ‘racial justice.’
On Tuesday night, the city’s streets bore witness to organized chaos. Social media, notably Instagram and TikTok, became channels of live broadcasts of this pandemonium. At the heart of it? A 21-year-old influencer from North Philly, “Meatball.”
By Friday morning, the arrest tally was a mere 61 individuals – a drop in the ocean compared to the devastation. This chaos resulted from yet another BLM protest, this time associated with a protest for Eddie Irizarry, killed by a Philadelphia police officer in August. While officials claim the protest and the looting were two separate incidents, how many BLM protests have to descend into months of looting before they admit they are intimately connected?
Yet, among the detained was the infamous “Meatball.” Identified as Dayjia Blackwell, she not only live-streamed the madness but also played a pivotal role in inciting the anarchy according to Mayor Jim Kenney. Upon release on bail, the influencer faced the media, unapologetic.
For Philadelphia, two nights of terror weren’t enough. Looting resumed on Wednesday night, piercing the silence post-midnight. No business was safe, from shoe stores in Tacony to pharmacies in Strawberry Mansion.
In a desperate bid for security, businesses turned to private firms to protect their properties. The presence of police outside vulnerable establishments, like drug stores, was a small reassurance to a city on edge.
The chaos mimicked hundreds of previous so-called “peaceful BLM protests” that then turned into absolute chaos since the 2020 George Floyd riots. Blackwell’s “Where are we going next?” shouts echoed the same sentiments as they jumped from the Apple Store to Lululemon. Yet, Blackwell’s mid-livestream arrest, amidst 52 others, is no consolation. Charged with multiple felonies, including burglary and conspiracy, her actions remind us of a deeper problem.
Philadelphia is just one example. How many more cities will become chaotic before our leaders realize their soft stance on crime is a disservice to the people they vowed to serve and protect? It’s a question every American citizen should be asking. But we all know the answer… YOU ARE YOUR OWN FIRST RESPONDER, and you must start preparing for the lawless American wasteland that is moving from one Democrat-run city to the next.
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