CNN says masked rioters at UC Berkeley were probably right wingers, while a website called “The Ralph Retort” claims one of them has been identified as a UC Berkeley employee. The police arrested zero rioters, which tells us whose side the police are on.
This video has CNN commentators saying that the masked rioters at the recent anti-Milo Yiannopoulos protest at UC Berkeley were probably right wingers:
Meanwhile, this article from a website called “The Ralph Retort” claims that one of the masked rioters has been identified as a UC Berkeley employee. I’m only posting the link, not the actual article, because I don’t consider this source to be credible enough to risk slandering what could in fact be an innocent person. Here’s the link:
Only time will tell if the claims from CNN are true or false.
Only time will tell if the claims from “The Ralph Retort” are true or false.
If the police had actually arrested any of the masked rioters for the assault, vandalism, and arson that they committed, then their names would be reported by the media, and we would know for certain who they were.
Unfortunately, the police arrested exactly zero of the masked rioters who committed assault, vandalism, and arson.
The police did arrest one person for something called “failure to disperse,” which is a “crime” that has no victim, did not hurt anyone, and did not cause any damage to property.
In other words, the police were acting de facto on the side of the masked rioters who committed assault, vandalism, and arson, instead of on the side of the law abiding citizens whom they were supposed to be protecting. This means that some high ranking government official gave the police the order not to arrest any of the criminals. In my opinion, this government official should be charged as an accessory to all of the crimes that happened during this incident.