Democrats have not only supported the riots and protesting in this country, but they have also been joining them.
Wisconsin State Democrat Senator Tim Carpenter found out the hard way that his “support” was not wanted, nor was it to be tolerated.
Carpenter had joined a protest as the State Capitol only to be brutally attacked for filming the event.
I’m on Their Side
Senator Carpenter, who is openly gay, was attending the rally to show his support.
He started filming, which was not being tolerated in the zone.
The video he took shows several protesters rushing him when they realized he had his camera going, then the video goes blank.
When the dust settled, it had been reported that Carpenter had been attacked by roughly 10 people.
Wisconsin State Senator Tim Carpenter was just attacked by a group of protesters on Fairchild Street.
Protesters said he provoked them.
“This is the first time I’ve been assaulted” he says
— Lawrence Andrea (@lawrencegandrea) June 24, 2020
The “provoking” Andrea is referring to was apparently the filming, because I did not see anything else online that warranted a beating like this.
Here is a tweet of the alleged aftermath, with Carpenter lying on the ground….
I took this pic- it got me assaulted & beat up. Punched/kicked in the head, neck, ribs. Maybe concussion, socked in left eye is little blurry, sore neck & ribs. 8-10 people attacked me. Innocent people are going to get killed. Capitol locked- stuck in office.Stop violence nowPlz! pic.twitter.com/Zw2hdfYG66
— Tim Carpenter (@TimCarpenterMKE) June 24, 2020
Carpenter, after the attack, stated that his recording “got me assaulted & beat up. Punched/kicked in the head, neck, ribs.
“Maybe concussion, socked in left eye is little blurry, sore neck & ribs. 8-10 people attacked me. Innocent people are going to get killed. Capitol locked – stuck in office. Stop violence now Plz!”
This Has to Stop
Carpenter later spoke to the Washington Post to share his dismay about what had happened to him.
He insisted the violence “has got to stop before someone gets killed. Sad thing I’m on their side for peaceful demonstrations — am a Gay Progressive Dem Senator served 36 years in the legislature.”
Carpenter seems to be finally realizing what we all knew some time ago…
These protests are no longer about George Floyd and everything to do with violence as well as trying to make everyone else submit to this new “woke” liberal agenda.
It is taking some time for this to sink in, but now that Democrats have seen one of their own take a beating, perhaps they will finally start to realize what they are advocating is chaos and violence, not change.