So, Hunting bow guy got beat up pretty good. Here he is explaining how he was peacefully telling people "all lives matter" from his truck, when two black guys suddenly jumped him and dragged him from his truck:
And the actual footage of him getting beaten up (mix of white guys and black guys, form what I see):
Once again, people up to no good are using these protests as cover for their malfeasance. Hunting bow guy is clearly a good example of this. Ten will get you twenty that he saw an opportunity to hurt some "niggers" and he took it.
Here's an actual protester filming another incident. Though not violent, it nonetheless represents the intent behind the bad faith actors out there:
Twitter is aflame with similar videos, with people pointing out piles of bricks that just happen to have been left in downtown areas, with people getting handed wads of cash to riot. Depending on pov, this is being blamed on "antifa" or "white supremacists." I'd argue that it doesn't matter, that ideology is inconsequential for most of these bad faith actors; they'll claim it in the moment, but at the end of the day they're just violent assholes.
A federal law enforcement officer in California was killed and another critically injured after being shot while providing security at the U.S. courthouse in Oakland near one of the increasingly violent protests unfolding around the country.
“When someone targets a police officer or a police station with an intention to do harm and intimidate — that is an act of domestic terrorism,” Department of Homeland Security Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli said at a Washington, D.C., news conference on Saturday.
The Oakland shooting occurred after a white van pulled up outside the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building at about 9:45 p.m. Friday. Someone opened fire at two contract security officers who worked for Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service, killing one and critically wounding the other, authorities said.
Family and friends have identified the officer killed in the shooting as Dave Patrick Underwood.
So, cold-blooded murder is now on the table, as well.
In recent days, many other Hollywood stars and creators have stepped forward to donate to various bail funds for protesters. Ben Platt, Seth Rogen, Steve Carell, the Safdie brothers, Abbi Jacobson, Rae Sanni and Ben Schwartz were among those who pledged donations to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, a group that finances cash bail for arrested protesters in Minneapolis.