Does it seem like the same people who always claim they stand for justice and equality are the same people always commiting violent crimes?
Two protestors were arrested outside of the Kenosha courthouse on Wednesday, and both were allegedly members of BLM.
The incident started after a male BLM protester began hurling insults at a female protester there to support Kyle Rittenhouse.
After exchanging some foul language, the BLM protestor became violent.
Police eventually arrested the man, who is now charged with battery and resisting arrest among other charges.
Another BLM protester was also arrested for disorderly conduct.
Here's the incident that started the entire confrontation which led to the arrests:
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The Kenosha County Police Department Provided a Statement on the Arrests
Andy Ngo revealed that one of the people arrested was charged with disorderly conduct, battery, resisting arrest, and bail jumping.
He also provided information on the second suspect:
Our friends at Breitbart reported on the arrests:
According to a viral video from Freedom News, the incident occurred near where Kyle Rittenhouse was being tried for the alleged murder of two men during riots in the city when tensions erupted between the opposing sides.
Though the warring groups tried to keep the peace to the point of sharing pizza with each other, tensions escalated as a pro-BLM protester began hurling misogynistic insults toward a pro-Rittenhouse female protester. When police attempted to quell the situation, people started pushing back into the street, prompting several arrests.
Police did their best to disperse the crowd after making the arrests:
CBS 58 News provided more details on the incident:
In a joint statement from the Kenosha Police Department and the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department, authorities said they took two people into custody regarding an incident that occurred on the courthouse steps. Officers arrested a 20-year-old male for battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. A 34-year-old female was arrested for disorderly conduct.
CBS 58 cameras were rolling during the arrests, which happened just before 4 p.m.
But up until that point, demonstrations outside the courthouse were kept civil. Despite their differences, most protesters want to keep the peace.
It's worth noting that the side proclaiming to be about justice is the same side that always resorts to violence.