Racism is becoming a very expensive posture to maintain. Unfortunately, this posture is not only evident in the United States now. This has been evident in Israel for decades, where the Apartheid Israeli state fences itself off from the Palestinian people who have occupied Palestine for thousands of years.
This seems to be only the beginning as the younger generation takes a stand against white supremacy.
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department has shut down access to a Northeast neighborhood after peaceful protests have turned disruptive.
Around 8:20 p.m., deputies were dispatched to Jonathan Pentland’s home after receiving reports that it had been vandalized.
Upon arrival, officials found that objects had been thrown at the home and through an upstairs window. A light fixture attached to the home was also broken.
Pentland was eventually arrested for confronting a Black man walking on the sidewalk outside of his home, but only after a video of the encounter went viral on social media and viewers reacted with outrage. He has been arrested and charged with third-degree assault and battery.
Jail records show Pentland has since been released from the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.
Officials say the family has been removed from the home by law enforcement and transported to another location.
Meanwhile, in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, where police officer Kim Potter shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright, police erected a barricade around her home, and officers maintain a defensive posture.
Of course, the Derek Chauvin trial defense continues to blow smoke up the jury’s ass that what we witnessed with our own eyes we did not see.