It appears Democrats are only outraged when a situation involves Trump supporters and not their own.
Environmentalist extremists took over the U.S Department of Interior and conducted a sit-in to protests fossil fuels.
Environmentalist protestors pushed and shoved their way into the U.S Department of Interior Building in order to get past police who were guarding the building.
One officer was hospitalized after having an altercation with a group of protestors.
Watch the moment it all went down here:
In a scene reminiscent of Jan. 6, extreme environmentalist protesters push police to try to force their way inside the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C. They’re demanding the end of fossil fuels. Officers use a taser to force them back. pic.twitter.com/3Mll8ajJZT
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) October 14, 2021
— Resist Line 3 (@ResistLine3) October 14, 2021
The U.S Department of Interior wasn’t the only building taking over.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs Building was also breached and protestors conducted a sit-in there too:
BREAKING: Indigenous Leaders are occupying the Bureau of Indian Affairs in DC for the first time since the 1970's. #PeopleVsFossilFuels
INSIDE THE BUILDING: pic.twitter.com/bnvnRE7ZrD
— People vs. Fossil Fuels (@FightFossils) October 14, 2021
Newsweek covered the story, check out what they said here:
Dozens of protesters filled the U.S. Department of the Interior building on Thursday for a climate sit-in, following a march through Washington D.C. that attracted hundreds of people, The Washington Post reported.
Those individuals who could not enter the building attempted to push past police to enter the building which led to a shoving altercation and some police using their tasers. This came as the group looked to speak with Interior Department Secretary Deb Haaland who was not in the building at the site of the sit-in, The Post wrote.
Thursday marked the fourth day of protests as part of the ongoing People vs Fossil Fuels demonstrations. These activists demand that President Biden declare a national climate emergency and cease his approval of fossil fuel projects.
Native American activists in the building focused on occupying the space held by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The protests are similar to when AOC conducted a protest inside of Pelosi’s office and instead of condemning the breach of her office like she did on January 6th, she praised AOC and the climate protestors.
But Democrats will never use the phrases insurrectionist or terrorists when it comes to their environmentalist extremists taking over DC.
Prior to that AOC came in early on her first day in congress and instead of reporting to orientation
— Bettie Rose (@BettieRose100) September 21, 2021