A serious incident occurred in Aurora, Colorado, over the Independence Day weekend and the mainstream media is working real hard to cover it up. The peaceful protesters were planning a “pig roast.” The evidence suggests that Black Lives Matter anarchists fully intended to peacefully burn the officers alive.
Anarchists prepared to murder police
As the sun set Friday night, well prepared BLM anarchists trapped police officers inside their own station, holding the officers hostage for seven hours after “forcibly” chaining the building’s doors shut from the outside. “The unfortunate part is they trapped our officers inside,” Department spokesperson Matthew Longshore relates. Not just by surrounding the building but by “physically wrapping ropes and other items around the doors of the district one station, around the entry exit gates our patrol cars come out of.”
The George Floyd movie could turn out to have been a staged “false flag” production but the carefully organized propaganda campaign which followed sparked Colorado protesters into violent anger. They’re furious now about an incident which happened a year ago. Things got volatile outside of the District 1 police station when radical anarchists got whipped into a frenzy over the death of Elijah McClain in August of 2019.
It could have been much, much worse. Later, investigators reported “we found gas cans, full of gasoline, that were staged in that immediate area.” Law Enforcement Today reports “the presence of gas was particularly concerning since there were fireworks being directed at officers outside the precinct during the evening.” According to officer Longshore, one of the anarchists “had a fire extinguisher, they were spraying our officers with a fire extinguisher.” The police don’t seem to be concerned about the stockpile of gasoline, chalking it up to be used only to loot and burn the businesses, not roast policemen alive in their own station.
Aurora police trapped inside District 1 for nearly 7 hours during protests last Friday “We found gas cans, full of gasoline that were staged in that immediate area.”https://t.co/RSjPgsglVf
— Pavulous (@pavulous) July 8, 2020
Allow protesters to voice their opinions
Officials are afraid to anger the black anarchists, so they are playing down the threat. The police official insists “there wasn’t any urgency to free the officers from the station,” because they “wanted to allow protesters to voice their opinions.” Longshore argues “The officers were safe inside. We wanted to give the people the ability to express their First Amendment right, to protest, peacefully assemble and make their voices heard, so we didn’t have an immediate rush to go in and clear people out.”
Once BLM went on the offensive with the fireworks and the extinguisher, and since “the crowd size became smaller, so we had an advantage,” they finally went in around 3:30 a.m. with “40 millimeter foam rounds” to rescue their compatriots. Officials aren’t saying how many were inside the building but they made sure not to offend the anarchists with any “pepper spray or tear gas or smoke.”
Outside the station the anarchists were having a wonderful celebration of their own independence from legal repercussions. “Criminal activity was said to be rife within the demonstration outside of the station.” The police actually managed to arrest two people “for actions attributed to the criminal activity that took place during the evening,” without specifying charges.
Since everyone wants to defund and disband them, police are forced to beg the anarchists for mercy. “Come get your message across. That’s great, but to put officers’ lives at risk or the community’s lives at risk because we can’t respond because we are trapped inside of a building, that’s not right.”