BREAKING: Obamas so called peaceful protests are anything but that. They erupt in violence, looting and murder. The police have tried to contain but the rioters are like rabid animals that cannot be stopped. Last night ‘peaceful protesters’ sieged I-85 outside of Charlotte. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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It started around 1:30 a.m., calls began to pour into the emergency communications centers. The calls were coming from innocent victims that were trapped in their gridlocked cars on the highway. The rioters bore down on them in the darkness. They jumped and pounded on cars of men and women. One woman said, “I’m trapped, they’re all in the street.., oh my God, they’re coming!” Then you heard a scream. She said no one appeared to have weapons but they were climbing on cars and there was no-where to go, she couldn’t get away.
A woman from Georgia traveling with her husband, two sons and their dog reported that a rock had shattered their windshield.
“I’m still stuck in this,” she said. “I would like to get out of it before I pull over.”
Don’t, the dispatcher said.
“I don’t want you to stop there, period. Just follow traffic and get out of the area.” He guided her to refuge in the IKEA parking lot near the highway.
Next came a call from a trucker on the side of the highway reporting that people were looting trailers.
“They are coming this way,” he said. “And I’m scared … Oh my God, there’s hundreds of them.”
A trucker at Exit 45 called in as people were stealing his cargo.
“They’re breaking into my truck, the mob out here,” he said calmly.
“I can’t move. There’s a whole mob of people, I’m not kidding. Yep, they’ve taken everything. They’ve got the whole road blocked.”
From another trucker whose trailer was being looted: “I’m so scared … They’re just taking stuff and running with it. They’ve got the doors of the trailer open.”
Another trucker, same location:
“Someone needs to get cops down here before these truckers start shooting some of these SOBs … Now they’ve started a fire … There’s just nowhere to go.”
Smoke spread across the wide highway – thick, dark, and acrid, like burning rubber.
As word of the blockade spread by the news and social media, some northbound drivers on I-85 stopped short of the chaos, turned around and drove against traffic that was oncoming at speeds of up to 70 mph.
The protest began in Charlotte as rioters damaged cars including police cars, they even threw things at officers. Around 1:30 they moved towards I-85 and shut down traffic in both directions. Looting occurred on the highway and in Charlotte. Small business, large businesses including Walmart, truckers and even innocent drivers became victims of the violence and looting.
Finally, around 3:30 a.m. after several rounds of tear gas the situation was contained. Only one demonstrator was arrested, 16 police officers were injured, but no one seriously hurt.