Black Youths Mock Man Beaten Half To Death And ‘Black Lives Matter’ Protesters Burn American Flag…from Deportation (Graphic Videos)
HORROR! Black Youths Mock and Laugh at Unconscious and Bloody Victim After July 4th Beatdown (VIDEO)
A video posted Sunday to the Facebook account of “QbabyOfTeamQ” purports to show the bloodied victim of a racial attack in Cincinnati during a race riot in Fountain Square on Saturday night.
The white man was beaten unconscious following a hip hop and electronica Fourth of July concert.
The video shows a mostly Black crowd gathered around the white male victim laid out on the sidewalk. A few are trying to help the unconscious man while others squeal in awe at the blood covering his head.
Many onlookers are laughing.
One voice can be heard asking for someone to call 911.
A report by a police officer posted online said that police had to rescue the man from an attacking mob of about forty Black people.
Two officers were injured during the riot by people who were throwing fireworks, rocks, bottles and punches at the officers. Seven people were arrested including three juveniles.
VIDEO: ‘Black lives matter’ protesters burn American flag
To the Tampa protesters who turned out to “end racist violence,” the American flag is nothing more than a “piece of sh*t.”
“To us the Confederate flag and the American flag, those represent the same thing which is that this country, this social system was built on slavery and genocide,” said protester Jesse Nevel, who represented the Uhuru Solidarity Movement.
Video captured the protesters burning the American flag while chanting “black lives matter.”
Alekos Zambrano of Raices en Tampa organized the protest. He seemed to not anticipate the flag burning, but didn’t apologize for it.
“I’m not sure what message that sent. We just organized the event to make sure people came here and had an outlet to express themselves. We didn’t plan every detail,” he told 10 News.
Others were indifferent to desecrating the flag, too.
“It’s important to show solidarity with people of color because we’re all in this together. We all have a responsibility to try and make sure that people are safe and continue that American dream,” Kathy Morris said.
Protesters also carried a flag with a peace symbol. That was spared.
It’s not the first time Nevel’s group has burned an American flag.
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement staged a similar event in late June in Brooksville, Florida.