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Proud Boys leader arrested for burning Black Lives Matter banner, police investigate as hate crime

The leader of the Proud Boys was arrested Monday upon entering Washington, D.C., for allegedly destroying a Black Lives Matter banner that belonged to a church.

What are the details?

Enrique Tarrio, chairman of the Proud Boys, was traveling to the nation’s capital to participate in protests happening there on Wednesday. Supporters of President Donald Trump are gathering in Washington to demonstrate against congressional certification of the Electoral College results.

Police arrested Tarrio, who is from Miami, for allegedly burning a Black Lives Matter banner at Asbury United Methodist Church last month, one of the oldest black churches in Washington, D.C.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police Department told the New York Times that Tarrio was charged with destruction of property.

Police said they were investigating the incident as a “potential hate crime,” according to the Times. It happened during protests in mid-December when Trump supporters gathered for a “stop the steal” rally. The demonstrations later gave way to violent clashes between Antifa and the Proud Boys.

What has Tarrio said?

Tarrio has admitted to stealing and burning the Black Lives Matter banner.

CNN reported:

He took responsibility for the act last month, writing in a post on the social media website Parler that “against the wishes of my attorney I am here today to admit that I am the person responsible for the burning of this sign.” In the same post, Tarrio also dared the police to arrest him, writing: “Come get me if you feel like what I did was wrong. We’ll let the public decide.” Tarrio also took responsibility during a “WarBoys” podcast interview last month, praising himself as “the person that went ahead and put the lighter to it and engulfed it in flames.”

In an interview with the Washington Post, Tarrio even admitted that he would plead guilty to the crime.

“I’ll fly there on my own dime. I have nothing to hide,” Tarrio told the Post last month. “So, let me make this simple. I did it.”

Anything else?

Not only was Tarrio charged with destruction of property for the Black Lives Matter banner incident, but police also charged him with “possession of a high capacity feeding device.”

“At the time of his arrest, he was found to be in possession of two high capacity firearm magazine,” police spokesman Sean Hickman told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Possession of high capacity firearm magazines is prohibited in Washington, D.C., and are defined as “magazine, belt, drum, feed strip, or similar device that has a capacity of, or that can be readily restored or converted to accept, more than 10 rounds of ammunition.”

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Election Rage: 4 Trump Supporters Stabbed After Fight Near White House

The election anger has begun. In a fight outside of the White House after the elections, four “Trump supporters” ended up stabbed.  Or is this just a false flag to rile up the already divided populace and cause more chaos? You decide.

Three men and a woman, who identified themselves as supporters of Donald Trump, have been taken to hospital with non-life-threatening knife injuries, according to a report by RT. We were promised violence in the past several months leading up to the vote.  It looks like it’s started.

It isn’t clear if the fight that resulted in the stabbing occurred in connection with a protest rally staged in front of the presidential residence on the election night. The scuffle happened near the intersection of 14th Street and New York Avenue Northwest around 2:30 a.m. EST, police reported. Law enforcement is now looking for three suspects over the incident.

The victims said they were members of the Proud Boys, a right-wing pro-Trump group. The police said the suspects may be part of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, according to CBS affiliate WUSA9.  However, a Twitter account for Black Lives Matter angrily rejected this, saying it was a lie and that outlets reporting it were “doing irresponsible dangerous journalism”. And admittedly, that’s what mainstream media has become.

Right-leaning website the Gateway Pundit reported that one of the victims was Enrique Tarrio, the chairman of the Proud Boys. He told the outlet that his stomach was slashed during the altercation. Conservative activist Bevelyn Beatty was also stabbed during the altercation, according to the site.

“We were helping some guy that was getting stabbed by two black males and one female. Bevelyn got stabbed as well as two Proud Boys and the guy they were attacking. I got slashed, but it’s not serious. We were walking to our cars,” Tarrio explained.

No arrests have been made at this time. Beatty has already been mired in controversy when the activist previously was shown repeatedly painting over the Black Lives Matter state-sponsored graffiti in New York City.

A video purportedly showing the fight and its immediate aftermath, including the arrival of a police patrol, is circulating on social media. The party that shot the video can be heard in it claiming they had been jumped by Black Lives Matter” and discussing the injuries their members sustained.

The mainstream media has been known to lie to foment division and hatred and bring about the chaos the elitits have alredy promised us. But Black Lives Matter has not, historically, been a peaceful group of protestors either. Take these media stories with a grain of salt. And the best thing to do is to  please stay out of this type of “protest” and stay safe.

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