Snowflakes Can’t Even Give Up Their Smartphones During A Die In

NC State totally stands in solidarity with things they really do not know about

Would that be in solidarity for those who protested peaceably, or those who looted stores, broke windows, damaged cars, assaulted people, tried to throw a reporter in a burning trash can, etc?

(WTVD) Students at NC State joined the growing protest movement over the police shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott, in Charlotte.

About 300 students staged a die-in at the student union on Friday evening.

It began with a gathering on Wolf Plaza. Demonstrators arrived wearing all black. Then, in unity with the demonstrators in Charlotte, they marched in to the student union and played dead. The die-in serving as a symbolic protest over what they see as the latest case of police brutality.

Scott was told to drop the gun or some variation at least 12 times. His wife kept repeating “Keith don’t do it.”

Anyhow, the little Snowflakes had a real hard time putting their phones down. It’s similar to what Michelle Malkin noted of another die in

And there’s wonderful video from the NCSU die in at the WTVD link which shows them playing with their phones. You can even see some with wired earphones in their ears.

Meanwhile, an arrest has been made in the murder of an attendee of the Wednesday night Charlotte riots, which makes an interesting counterpoint to the talking points put out by Black Lives Matter

Charlotte Police Chief Kerr Putney said during a news conference that 21-year-old Rayquan Borum was arrested Friday morning. He provided few other details about the arrest or the suspect but said that video led investigators to the Borum.

The protester, 26-year-old Justin Carr, was shot Wednesday night during a violent night of protests in Charlotte. He died Thursday of his injuries.

Guess the race of the killer and killed. Yes.

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