BRUTAL Videos Of Cars Mowing Over Protesters On The Road! [WARNING GRAPHIC]

BRUTAL Videos Of Cars Mowing Over Protesters On The Road! [WARNING GRAPHIC]

Protesters don’t have very big brains. They think blocking traffic gets their message across. Here’s a newsflash – no one likes protesters. No one listens to protesters. And if you block traffic and get run over by a car, truck, train or tank – then you deserved it.

Basic science says the human body cannot withstand the full force of a moving vehicle, so let’s use our brains a little bit and protest on the sidewalk. Unfortunately, not every protester is that smart and some of the protesters at various events in America have literally been run over by cars.

The beautiful part about it is the driver keeps driving.

Someone mashed this video with what appears to be a rather iconic Hollywood bit. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but it’s glorious in all its beauty.

This video allegedly took place at a Mike Brown protest. Someone even commented “Black Lives Splatter” and I guess that’s true. However, it doesn’t matter what color a protester is – they all bleed red.  When you’re in the car and you’re surrounded by violent and hostile people, then you need to protect yourself at all costs. If that means eloquently driving over someone, then that’s what you have to do. No one wants to see people get hurt, but if protesters are tearing at your car, threatening you and won’t let you get by – then what? Some people drive slowly, some drive fast, what else can they do? If someone gets out of their vehicle, then they’ll probably be attacked and have their car lit on fire. Is that worth the risk?

Drivers who hit a protester who’s blocking the road couldn’t be sued for injuries if they “exercise due care,” under a bill that recently passed the N.C. House.

House Bill 330, approved in a 67-48 vote, comes in response to protests last fall in Charlotte. Protesters upset about the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott blocked interstate highways and other roads in the city.

“These people are nuts to run in front of cars like they do … and say, ‘me and my buddy here are going to stop this two-and-a-half-ton vehicle,’” said Rep. Michael Speciale, a New Bern Republican and a supporter of the bill. “If somebody does bump somebody, why should they be held liable?”

The N.C. House did the world a wonderful favor by protecting the rights of motorists. How dare someone purposely stand in front of another person’s car? The driver literally has nothing to do with whatever the protesters are crying about, so why bother them?

The bill’s sponsor, Republican Rep. Justin Burr of Albemarle, said drivers wouldn’t be allowed to deliberately run over protesters.

“This bill does not allow for the driver of a vehicle to target protesters intentionally,” he said. “It does protect individuals who are rightfully trying to drive down the road.”

That is a perfectly crafted bill that protects the driver and the protester. It means the driver can’t go 0-60 into a crowd of protesters, but they can drive away in a careful manner, but if someone jumps in front of their car or gets a slight bump, then it’s the protester’s fault for not getting out of the way. That’s how it should be.

Here’s a group of protesters getting run over. This video even has a soundtrack.

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Watch this video. What is that driver supposed to do?

Let’s remind everyone that protesting is not how you get your message across. Protesting and blocking traffic is how you get injured. If you’re protesting, then deliver your message to the people who should hear it. Random people in their car don’t care about protests or the message. The people driving just want to get from point A to point B without being attacked.

Stop protesting in the street and maybe people will respect you.

Frank Lea

Frank Lea

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