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National Guard requested by Sacramento sheriff after protest violence
The Associated Press
Published 5:58 PM PT August 28, 2020

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The sheriff of Sacramento County said Friday that he has asked for the deployment of National Guard troops in the state capital after some people protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin smashed windows and vandalized government buildings.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones is shown speaking at a county Board of Supervisors meeting in 2018.


Sheriff Scott Jones referred to the scattered violence in downtown Sacramento late Thursday night as an “attempted insurrection” during a news conference held outside the Sacramento County Main Jail. All available personnel would respond to planned Friday protests, he said.

“We will end this ... We have plenty of room in this building behind me,” he said.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said he doesn’t want the National Guard.

”I’m confident that we can handle our own business here,” Steinberg said. “Just as with all these strategies, you have to ask the only question that matters: will it reduce the chance for great damage or injury? The National Guard can also be a provocation.”

Gov. Gavin Newsom, who must authorize the use of National Guard troops, hasn’t any plans to do so at the moment, Brian Ferguson, a spokesman for the governor’s office, told the Sacramento Bee.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, foreground left, and Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn, foreground right, kneel with others for a moment of silence at a rally in honor of George Floyd, on June 3, 2020, in Sacramento, Calif. Hahn, Steinberg and other local officials, joined hundreds of demonstrators in a peaceful march to a nearby church. Floyd, an African American man, died on May 25 after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee into his neck for several minutes even after he stopped moving and pleading for air.


Newsom declined to comment on the Sacramento situation Friday at a news conference. But he said he condemned people who express their point of view “in a way that puts other people’s lives at risk or destroys other people’s livelihoods or property.”

Some demonstrators, wearing helmets and black clothing, smashed windows of businesses, sprayed graffiti on City Hall and tried to start a fire in the district attorney’s office.

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After the downtown vandalism, the crowd of around 200 marched to the state Capitol, where they were met by a huge force of California Highway Patrol officers, chanted anti-police slogans for a half hour and left, the Bee said.

No arrests were immediately made. But detectives were still investigating.

The march happened after separate peaceful protests had ended. The second rally was promoted on Facebook by a group called Antifa Sacramento, the Bee reported.

The Sacramento district attorney’s office termed the group “a domestic terrorist and anarchist organization” that has staged attacks in other cities, including Portland, Oregon, and said those identified as having taken part in the violence will be prosecuted.

In Los Angeles Thursday night, protesters showed up at Police Chief Michel Moore’s home in a gated community and plastered the house with anti-police posters, KABC-TV reported.
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The protests were expected to be followed Friday with rallies in the San Francisco Bay Area and again in Los Angeles, where a car caravan was planned.

Blake is the 29-year-old Black man who was shot in the back seven times on Sunday by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, as he pulled away from an officer and leaned into his SUV, in which three of his children were seated. A family attorney on Tuesday said Blake was paralyzed, and it would “take a miracle” for him to walk again.



Protesters in Oakland Wednesday night demonstrating against Blake’s shooting set fires, broke windows and vandalized businesses.

The city of Oakland said that a rally planned for Friday night was being promoted by the same group that “'came to Oakland on Wednesday night, which resulted in broken windows at 21 businesses,” including an affordable housing complex and a restaurant “that has been serving meals to vulnerable seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic."

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The statement by City Administrator Ed Reiskin said the city supports peaceful demonstrations. But he also said police staffing had been increased, and he appeared to be warning peaceful demonstrators to leave by nightfall.

“We remind Oaklanders that when they march after dark, they may be providing cover for these groups, who seem more intent on vandalism and stoking civil unrest than advancing social justice," the statement said.
 

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No mutual aid by Bay Area law enforcement agencies during Oakland protest

Bay Area
by: Haaziq Madyun Posted: Aug 27, 2020 / 07:27 PM PDT / Updated: Aug 27, 2020 / 08:16 PM PDT


OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) – Oakland police officers were on their own during Wednesday night’s protest.

A federal order played a key role in why law neighboring police agencies did not back up OPD on this one.

There was no mutual aid by Bay Area law enforcement agencies in Oakland when the vandalism started during the Jacob Blake shooting protest.

“And that’s the second time in a number of weeks that we have not responded to those vandalism related anarchist protests,” Alameda County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ray Kelly said.
Oakland police released a statement that reads in part:

“The intentions of the protesters were not peaceful but deliberate; through their words and actions they demonstrated their focused and targeted intentions to destroy and damage our already vulnerable business community.”

It is typically a situation that calls for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office to coordinate a mutual aid response but Deputy Sgt. Ray Kelly explains why a federal court injunction is now getting in the way.

“As a result of responding to mutual aid in Oakland, we fall under the guideline of that federal court order and we are not able to use the tools that we are trained to use and it greatly restricts us in our ability to do crowd management and to stop vandalism,” Kelly said.

According to this preliminary injunction, OPD officers are prohibited from using stinger grenades, wooden bullets, rubber or rubber coated bullets, pepper balls or similar munitions.

“Good! I am glad that they are not coming to Oakland,” Cat Brooks said.

However, Cat Brooks of the Anti Police-Terror Project says the court order does not prohibit mutual aid.

“I want to be very clear that the injunction that is based on an ATPT lawsuit does not say that they are not allowed to come. It says they’re not allowed to come and bring their toys and use Oakland as a playground for violence,” Brooks said.

But Sgt. Kelly says removing less lethal tactical options is a safety issue for police and protestors.

“When they have to put officers in harm’s way. I don’t think we’re going to put anyone in harm’s way over property. That includes protests too, but we’ve assured Oakland. That should there be any need to protect life within that city we will absolutely respond,” Kelly said.
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Mama Ten Bears

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A thought. My daughter's mandatory indoctrination class :rolleyes: her Freshman year required her to attend some political event for credit. It could be a speech by someone, a rally, etc., and it could be for any party or candidate. I wonder if there is a connection to the upswing in protests now that school is back in session????
 

straightstreet

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A thought. My daughter's mandatory indoctrination class :rolleyes: her Freshman year required her to attend some political event for credit. It could be a speech by someone, a rally, etc., and it could be for any party or candidate. I wonder if there is a connection to the upswing in protests now that school is back in session????
A local university had a march tonight. I haven't heard how that went but your reply reminded me of it. The march was over removing a confederate statue of Robert E. Lee.
 

Housecarl

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Just on NBC 11, protesters are at the front door of the mayor of San Jose and SJPD is just arriving. Protests also downtown...
 

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Protesters take to the streets in Oakland, San Jose
Bay City News Service
Published 9:36 pm PDT, Friday, August 28, 2020



Oakland forever in solidarity #oakland #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/iProaWG8Pq
— Teresa Johns (wear a mask) (@teresa) August 27, 2020
OAKLAND

Hundreds of protesters are marching through the downtown streets of two of the Bay Area's three largest cities Friday evening.

Social justice demonstrations are taking place in downtown Oakland. A march started just after 7 p.m. Friday in the area of 14th Street and Broadway.

Oakland police say protesters blocked streets near Telegraph Avenue and MacArthur Boulevard, and are blocking most of the southbound lanes of Telegraph Avenue.



Police ask motorists to avoid the area.

In downtown San Jose, protesters are demonstrating near San Pedro Square.

Organizers say the marches are being held to draw attention to the police shootings of Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake.



Police in San Jose and Oakland are asking motorists to avoid the downtown areas in each city due to traffic congestion.





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Hundreds March for Racial Justice Friday Night in Oakland and San Jose


August 28, 2020 at 10:44 pm

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Hundreds of peaceful protesters marched through the downtown streets of two of the Bay Area’s three largest cities Friday evening.

Peaceful social justice demonstrations took place in downtown Oakland. A march started just after 7 p.m. Friday evening in the area of 14th Street and Broadway.

Group continuing south on Telegraph. pic.twitter.com/c8C2fLrtRO
— Oakland Police Dept. (@oaklandpoliceca) August 29, 2020


Oakland police said late Friday night that social justice protesters were blocking streets near Telegraph Avenue and MacArthur Boulevard. The protesters were blocking most of the southbound lanes of Telegraph Avenue.

One person was arrested for allegedly pointing a laser at officers, police said.

Police ask motorists to avoid the area.

In downtown San Jose, protesters demonstrated near San Pedro Square.

Organizers say the marches are being held to draw attention to the police shootings of Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake.

Police in San Jose and Oakland are asking motorists to avoid the downtown areas in each city due to traffic congestion.
 

jward

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Just on NBC 11, protesters are at the front door of the mayor of San Jose and SJPD is just arriving. Protests also downtown...
Luke Johnson

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Demonstrators spray paint over San José Mayor Sam Liccardo’s house. Several protesters and organizers at the scene came up to me and said they “don’t agree with this.” #BlackLivesMatter



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Dylan Bouscher
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Neighbors are helping clean spray painted messages from San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s (
@sliccardo
) house and sidewalk after vandals tagged it
View: https://twitter.com/DylanBouscher/status/1299597276222947330?s=20
 

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UPDATE: 'They Would Have Killed Us'; Violent BLM Mob Attacks Rand Paul, Others Outside of the White House

UPDATE: During an interview with Fox and Friends Friday morning, Senator Rand Paul described the "horrific scene," said they would have been killed or very seriously injured without the police and called for the coordinated, organized mob violence to stop.

"It was horrific....right as we got to the policeman, fortunately or I don't we would have survived, we got to the policeman and I don't think the policeman recognized me and as I came closer the crowd was shouting my name and it doubled to 60 and it double again to 120," Paul described. "I can't tell you how I'm not sure we would have made it. They were attempting to push the police over to get to me...you've seen the pictures of what they do to you. If the police are not there, if you defund the police, if we become Portland, if America becomes Portland, what's going to happen is people are going to be pummeled and kicked in the head and left senseless on the curb. That would have happened to us I promise you, had we not had the D.C. police to support us...Thank God for the police. Had we not gotten to the police I truly believe that the police saved our lives and we would not be here today or we would be in a hospital today if the police had not been there."

"We can't walk down the street safely in D.C. now, that's how bad it is," he continued. "I don't hear Joe Biden or Kamala Harris saying one thing about the violence. This mob is their voters. This is the New Democrat party."

View: https://youtu.be/OFDx5qTlGjU
9:42 min

***Original story***

A Black Lives Matter mob attacked Republican Senator Rand Paul, his wife Kelley and a Washington D.C. Police Officer Thursday night after the RNC concluded the final night of the 2020 convention at the White House.
Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House. Thank you to @DCPoliceDept for literally saving our lives from a crazed mob.
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) August 28, 2020
Rand Paul just got chased by a crowd back to his hotel, after leaving the White House from Trump’s Republican Party Nomination #DC #DCProtests pic.twitter.com/h1kPcZG1jh
— Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) August 28, 2020
President Trump gave his nomination acceptance speech earlier in the night from the South Lawn. Upon its conclusion around 12 a.m., attendees left the White House campus to walk to cars and hotels. They were also accosted and attacked.
Man and his wife leaving White House get mobbed on their way back to their hotel by livid protesters. pic.twitter.com/qnpPTfReS3
— Phillip Nieto (@nieto_phillip) August 28, 2020
Congressman @BrianMastFL walking through protesters after leaving Trump’s RNC speech. Mob confronts: him: pic.twitter.com/1xvEdyOMBL
— Phillip Nieto (@nieto_phillip) August 28, 2020
A bus full of RNC Convention attendees came down 14th heading towards a hotel. Upon seeing protesters in the street and a wall of police, they turn around, only to have protesters jump on the vehicle #RNCConvention2020 #DC #DCProtests pic.twitter.com/5vx68ESQ5d
— Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) August 28, 2020
.@RepBrianMast just walked through the area where protesters and agitators are outside the White House. They wanted to know how he felt about black people getting killed by police. He said he is against anybody being wrongly killed by police. pic.twitter.com/pGZKEcOvVd
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) August 28, 2020
 

marsh

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https://bongino.com/ep-1333-chaos-outside-the-white-house-as-the-liberal-rage-mob-attacks?fbclid=IwAR1ugnkjdotYBXD7OzljzIpMC9nspv21Deri0ROXCdsmFdaVKlY3H1RQzjY

Show Notes/The Dan Bongino Show
Ep. 1333 Chaos Outside The White House as the Liberal Rage Mob Attacks
by Team BonginoPosted: August 28, 2020

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=47&v=F__KwFCLsvg&feature=emb_logo

1:09:38 min

AUDIO ONLY: at site

DOWNLOAD PODCAST http://traffic.megaphone.fm/WWO2049226050.mp3

DO NOT MISS my show today for an up-close and personal account of the “peaceful” protestors who threatened to attack me and my wife outside of the White House last night.
I also address the stunning close to the Republican National Convention and the bombshell dropped by Nancy Pelosi about the presidential debates.
 

Mama Ten Bears

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This is as the title says a Twitter feed for BLM to keep tabs on Police.

Notice in the last image, a poster asks how did the police know they would be at Northpark Mall. Northpark mall is the fancy mall not far from Highland Park and SMU. The protesters obviously didn't apply for a permit if they were tryin to keep it quiet.

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marsh

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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SB87qoGaXw
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Tonight should be interesting with demonstrations planned in virtually every large city in the United States. Join us as we provide the commentary along with live coverage of the night's festivities!

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Monitoring many streams and cutting to where the action is BLM & antifa protests and sometimes riots and looting nationwide Seattle, La Mesa, Portland, Louisville, Austin, Washington DC, Chicago, Kenosha. August 29, 2020.
 
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