How Does Looting a Wal-Mart Advance Your Cause?
By Todd Starnes
It was a night of terror in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A rioting mob shut down Interstate 85 and attacked terrified motorists. A horrified female truck driver told a reporter thugs had boarded the truck and were stealing the cargo and setting it ablaze.
Looters pillaged and plundered a Wal-Mart.
More than a dozen police officers were injured - along with an untold number of civilians and at least three journalists.
The mayhem started earlier in the day after a black police officer shot and killed an armed black man. The dead man's family disputes the police department's account of what happened.
Regardless, that does not give agitators a right to engage in acts of domestic terrorism.
I'd like for someone to explain to me how looting a Wal-Mart and shutting down a major interstate advances their cause.
Since 2008 our nation has been rocked with political and racial unrest. But it should come as no surprise.
This is what happens when a nation elects a community organizer to the highest office in the land. This is what a fundamentally transformed nation looks like.
We are now a divided people. The rule of law no longer matters. It's anarchy in America.
Watch as the rioters shut down Interstate 85 and burn cargo stolen from tractor-trailers:
[VIDEO] Riots continue on I-85 in Charlotte, as rioters have blocked traffic, looted trucks, and burned the cargo following police shooting. pic.twitter.com/u5P14yH6wp— Bill Melugin (@BillFOX46) September 21, 2016