The Patriot Post® · Heavily Armed 'Black Militia' Swarms Stone Mountain on Independence Day
As many as 200 heavily armed blacks dressed in military-style uniforms swarmed Stone Mountain Park in Georgia on Independence Day.
“Black power,” they chanted. “Black power.”
Police told television station WXIA that the northern and western entrances to the park were shut down after the self-identified members of the “Black Militia” entered the area.
Warning: Videos contain profanity.
Video also shows some of the militia threatening motorists who were caught in the chaos.
“What the f— you laughing at?” one of the gunmen told a white motorist. “I’m your worst nightmare.”
The gunman then asked the motorist, “Where’s my reparations?”
Police said the protests were peaceful.
However, a video shows a man in a sniper position aiming artillery at the face of the Civil War carvings on the side of Stone Mountain.
“We’re trying to send a message,” one speaker said at the rally. “From now on, this is how you protest. Don’t come with any God-[redacted] signs anymore. Stop taking a sign to a gunfight.”
The massive crowd chanted in unison, “We are not f—ing around no more.”
“Black power,” they yelled. “Black people. Black man. Black woman. Black child. Black nation.”
The Black Militia leader then ordered his troops to put their fists in the air.
“We are not talking any f—king more,” they declared.
So, here are a few thoughts on what went down.
If the members of the Black Militia are law-abiding gun owners, they have every right open carry. And to the leader’s credit, he called out the man who was aiming his weapon at the mountainside.
But let’s get real.
If this had been hundreds of armed white people marching through Stone Mountain, there would have been wall-to-wall network and cable-news coverage. Democrats would have accused the whites of trying to start a Civil War.
So far, there has been no national news coverage of what happened Saturday. And the reason why is because it doesn’t fit the media’s narrative.
Need more proof?
Just last week in St. Louis, two law-abiding gun owners defended their mansion against a rampaging mob that had torn down a gate and trespassed in their neighborhood.
Instead of being saluted, they were subjected to a political lynch mob — not because they were law-abiding gun owners, but because of their skin color.