States crackdown on illegal protest that block right of ways

Washington Post:
Resistance meets resistance as bills target demonstrators

Lawmakers in eight states are considering measures aimed at protesters who block roads and cause damage. Their sponsors said they reflect the public’s frustration with prolonged, disruptive protests; critics called them “undoubtedly unconstitutional.”
It is not protected speech to block roads and right of ways or to block a business operation.  Those effected by the protest would consider bringing a RICO case against the organizers and their financial backers who appear to be well organized.  The suit could lead back to some deep pocket liberal provocateurs who are using these people for their agenda.

Businesses that suffered damage from the attacks in Berkley, or their insurance carriers, should also consider litigation against those responsible for the damage and uncover the faces of those acting like the Brownshirts of liberal fascism.


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