. . . “They’re on my car, alright. They’re on my car right now,” Durant tells the 911 dispatcher.
“So we would suggest you slowly drive through the area. Don’t hit anyone with your vehicle,” the dispatcher responds. To that, the woman says: “I can’t. I cannot get out of here, okay?”
The dispatcher then tells the caller: “Please be patient. I’ll let the officers know, OK?” . . .
. . . “Are you serious?” the woman who dialed 911 asks.
The dispatcher responds, “We can’t do anything, ma’am. The city told us this is a sanctioned event.”
“Get out of my car! You know, this is going to get dangerous. I got a kid here,” the woman shouts.
But the dispatcher only calmly replies: “Yes, ma’am. We would suggest you call up the city hall to let them know about your frustrations.” . . .
When your car gets attacked by a mob of leftists do this . . .
Well, the Government never really says.
You can sit in your car, watch the windows of your vehicle get broken out, you get dragged out, and might live after an undeserved beating you take.
Or you can drive and be arrested.
Or you can hope you are not in a leftist city where the leaders insist the police stand down and allow this . . . . AND . . . The police are close at hand . . . AND . . . the police themselves (if your fortunate enough to get them there AND they are courageous enough to take on the mob) will not be overcome themselves.
People, officers left trapped in vehicles by swarms of protesters – but officials mute on how to handle
Some have likened incidents to Charlottesville-style attempts at vehicular manslaughter, others see the protesters as the agitators putting everyday citizens at risk
Protesters who have taken to streets around the country to demand a national reckoning on racial injustice since the death of George Floyd have used the tactic of blocking traffic – and in some instances captured on video – have swarmed cars, jumped on the hoods and even attacked drivers.
Depending on their point of view, some have likened incidents to Charlottesville-style attempts at vehicular manslaughter. Others seeing videos circulating on social media view the protesters as the agitators putting the safety of everyday citizens at risk. . . .