Petition Demands DOJ Investigate Financial Backers of Violent, Anti-Trump Protests

Written by iPatriot

Recently a petition was started demanding the Department of Justice investigate the paid “protesting” currently going on in many of our urban cities. These “protests” have been violent, destructive, and terrorizing to the people in these cities as well as to people across the nation.

I have couple of updates on this issue as well as the petition. So far this petition has over 4,000 signatures, up from the 90 signatures it had when I first wrote about it. We need to keep sharing and get more signatures to circulate our mandate for justice.

On Wednesday, Washington State Senator, Doug Ericksen, proposed a bill to allow felony prosecution of “protestors” and their funders if they are blocking streets, causing property damage, threatening jobs, or putting public safety at risk. Senator Ericksen was quoted as saying, “I respect the right to protest, but when it endangers people’s lives and property, it goes too far. Fear, intimidation and vandalism are not a legitimate form of political expression. Those who employ it must be called to account.”

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