Monday, July 11, 2016

Mark's comment on Man drives BLM mob blocking road.

I wasn't ready for Mark. He is commenting at the Gateway Pundit on a video of a man blasting through BLM protesters on the highway in Illinois this weekend.
I was sitting at a stoplight yesterday, minding my own business, waiting on it to turn green. A carload of young, loud Muslims, shouting anti-American slogans, stopped next to me. The light changed, the Muslims shook their fists, hit the gas & darted off ahead of me. Suddenly an 18-wheeler came speeding thru the intersection & ran directly over their car, crushing it completely. 
For several minutes I sat in my car thinking to myself, "Man, that could have been me!" So, today, bright & early, I went out & got a job as a truck driver.
Gateway Pundit, video, Man drives through BLM mob blocking road -- gives protester ride on his hood.  

10 comments:

edutcher said...

There's a lot of sentiment building in that direction.

Lem said...

I could swear I saw the same thing, a very similar video, last year. Or maybe it was two years ago.

Chip Ahoy said...

This local news story says the car stopped a block away and was mobbed, the guy struck in the face, and a smoke bomb tossed into his vehicle, that was towed.

As if he recalled Reginald Denny and the next block forgot all about Reginald Denny. Or spaced people have legs. And it's only a block. He should have gone miles before stopping.

[The delivery guys around here blow my mind. I forgot how fast it is to walk a few blocks. Never a big deal, but now it is. What a bummer. And, how impressive! Two tension creating mind blowing things at once, the loss of swift movement and the brilliance of swift movement.]

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Chip Ahoy said...

Lem, I saw something similar in S.F., or Berkley. I think. That one plowed through a denser crowd.

Looking for the video on YouTube I saw dozens. And compilations. The comments to the article at Gateway are cruelly hilarious. No sympathy at all. The comments all run one way.

edutcher said...

Gateway originates in St Louis and I think they've pretty much had it wit da yoots.

Very hardcore.

Lem said...

If you block traffic that way, you have to figure one, out of say one-hundred? is not going to act in a manner you predict.

Diving is not done as though it's a privilege.

It's a privilege on paper, it seems to me.

Amartel said...

Driving's not a privilege any more. It's an entitlement. The privilege model is old-school, from the seventies, back when the various states had more power. Now it's an entitlement. Revocation of a driver's license is subject to procedural due process just like any other entitlement. Thanks to the creeping, ever-expanding power of the centralized federal blobocracy. They're going to yank this guy's driver's license lickety-split, of course, entitlement or otherwise. Doesn't matter. The label is there to protect the Friends of the Government, not people who run over the government's agit-prop shock troops. Duh.

Don't mow people down.

Having said that I feel for someone who's just trying to get somewhere and the roadway is blocked by morons. That's everywhere these days, the roadway is always blocked by morons. These ones are on foot though, and they're not blocked alongside you, like other traffic, they're purposefully in the fucking road to show contempt. They do not deserve to be mowed down. If no one has the stones to remove them, though, that's what's going to happen.

edutcher said...

What can't go on forever, won't, as Insta used to say before he lost control of his blog.

Sixty Grit said...

Insty really did lose it - that place is a dump now - game posts? Really?

chickelit said...

So, today, bright & early, I went out & got a job as a truck driver.

That's a great punchline.

I can imagine Donald Trump telling that joke but not Rodham or Sanders. It would offend too many constituents.