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  • Black Lives Terrorists Taking Truckers Hostage all over America


    As protesters took their cause to march, severe traffic was a concern to all those on the road. But truck drivers faced a more serious problem when demonstrators stampeded their big rigs.

    On Thursday night, in Oakland, California, thousands of people gathered to march downtown. The protesters continued their demonstration onto I-880, which shut down the freeway for several hours. Oakland police stated that around 1,000 people marched down the freeway, while others remained on city streets.

    Those stuck in traffic had no choice but to wait out the scene.

    Semis were used as platforms as protestors climbed on top.
    Protesters climb a semi-truck as they block I-880 during a protest in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, July 7, 2016. The Anti Police-Terror Project and Frisco500 sponsored a rally in downtown Oakland to protest against brutality and exploitation of human trafficking victims. The protest comes a day after police fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Minnesota and two days after Alton Sterling was fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)

    Protesters climb a semi-truck as they block I-880 during a protest in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, July 7, 2016. The Anti Police-Terror Project and Frisco500 sponsored a rally in downtown Oakland to protest against brutality and exploitation of human trafficking victims. The protest comes a day after police fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Minnesota and two days after Alton Sterling was fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)

    Seven people were arrested during the Oakland protest.

    The demonstrations took a familiar turn in Atlanta, Georgia. According to police, protesters broke through Atlanta police and Georgia State Patrol barricades and blocked the downtown connector late Thursday night. Large vehicles were left with nowhere to turn. Hundreds gathered to protest.

    Protestors took over the streets and held a semi truck hostage in Atlanta.

    Georgia State Police stated that anyone on the connector not in a car would be arrested.

    The demonstrations continued throughout the nation. On Sunday, in Memphis, Tennessee, a group marched across the city and traveled onto the I-40 bridge in protest. It began as a peaceful rally of hundreds of people, but similar to the other protests, caused bystanders to be trapped inside their vehicles. Traffic came to a halt as the bridge was closed for hours. More truck drivers were put into danger and demonstrations continued.
    While no truck drivers were physically harmed during the protests this weekend, the images reminded many drivers of the 1992 beating of truck driver Reginald Denny, who was brutally attacked during the Rodney King riots.
    Denny was attacked after stopping for protestors.

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    Comments 5 Comments
    1. Sherman's Avatar
      Sherman -
      ​One word for them--Disruptive. They act like schoolyard brats.
    1. patrick jane's Avatar
      patrick jane -
      Complete Thuggery
    1. marke's Avatar
      marke -
      Why is any civilized person in America encouraging or endorsing these morons and their savage lawless behavior? And why would democrats invite them to the White House and showcase them at public events? This country is inviting serious trouble by not clamping down on such uncivilized lawlessness.
    1. MarcATL's Avatar
      MarcATL -
      Because they have legitimate complaints.

      You critics are using the same exact arguments used against Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights movement.

      Scripture did say there was nothing new under the sun.
    1. ok doser's Avatar
      ok doser -
      martin luther king took truckers hostage all over america?


      musta missed that one
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