Video: Black Lives Matter Activists Target “White Folks” In Rochester – Climb Into People’s Homes

Eleven people were arrested and three officers injured Friday after the third night of riots in Rochester over the death of Daniel Prude.

Rioters set fires, vandalized property, and threw objects at police, who declared the unrest an unlawful assembly after the evening started peacefully, reports said.

More than 300 miles away, protesters in New York City also turned violent, resulting in an unspecified number of arrests, according to reports.

Friday’s protest in Rochester started off peaceful but soon turned contentious and police declared an unlawful assembly.

Officers fired tear gas and pepper balls at the rioters in an attempt to get them to disperse.

The rioters climbed on people’s homes in the middle of the night.

They also targeted an apartment building.

Video below:

The BLM mob was hunting for white people as they walked by apartment buildings.

“Let’s direct the energy towards the white folks tonight, cuz.”

WATCH:

In a video taken by an independent journalist, riotous protesters appeared to vandalize a restaurant while diners ate outside.

New York City police arrested several rioters in Manhattan on Friday night after several buildings were vandalized, reportedly causing thousands of dollars in damage.

Death to America chants were caught on video earlier too:


Until the domestic terrorist label is official this is going to keep getting worse.

In an honest world, the media would be doing exposes to the funding and coordination of BLM, and then it would be easier to get the declaration wanted without being labeled as racist. However, we live in a world where the media is complicit in a misinformation campaign of BLM to assist the democratic party goals from the violence.

Natalie Dagenhardt

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