Senator David Osmek (R-MN) has crafted the perfect legislation to deal with violent BLM protestors.
The proposed legislation would strip convicted protestors of the ability to access government aid programs such as student loans, health care, and food stamps.
The legislation was proposed while the trial of Derek Chauvin was ongoing, as masses of potentially violent protestors waited to unleash hell upon America’s largest cities.
Worsening the potential for violence, Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) spoke to the angry masses instructing them to be “more active. . . more confrontational.” Waters has since faced criticism and threats of losing her committee position over her incitements to violence.
Judge Peter Cahill, the presiding justice in the Chauvin trial, called Waters comments “abhorrent.”
Author: Dawn Matthews