During the Summer of Love back in 2020, we saw several protests. Many times, they ended up illegally in the street and blocked traffic. If you got too close to the liberal nutcases, they would start hitting your car or pull out a weapon and start firing. But the liberal media said that all of these protests were basically peaceful events.
Thankfully, that stuff is over for now until it happens again, but that doesn't mean that protests aren't still happening all the time, both here and abroad.
One trend here in the U.S. is people gluing themselves to counters and floors in protest of certain things...like Starbucks charging more for different ingredients. Oh, how oppressed these people are!
The group, known as the Extinction Rebellion decided that it was a good idea to go to one of the main roads in Rome, Italy and sit down in the street to block traffic.
If they weren't so braindead, they would realize that this protest is actually doing the very opposite of what they want. These cars are now sitting idle in the street, running and putting more emissions into the atmosphere. Way to go, dingbats!
Finally, some people got fed up with their nonsense and went out to the street and dragged them out of the road.
Meanwhile, furious #Italian motorists drag #ExtinctionRebellion activists off Rome's Raccordo highway - the city's main and of it’s busiest ring roads.
So dangerous. These clowns will one day be wiped out and/or cause a major road accident and fatality.https://t.co/MAqZJPLZHF pic.twitter.com/5KRxbfkMDa
— 🇦🇺🇳🇿 Emma 🇭🇺🇬🇧 (@TheCynicalHun) June 17, 2022
I'm not going to even pretend that I'm not happy to see people do this. If people are going to act like idiots and block traffic on a busy highway, then they deserve to get dragged across the road and thrown around like a rag doll.
There is a way to protest and there is a way not to protest. This is a perfect example of what not to do.
It's only going to take one time for one of these bozos to get seriously injured or hit by a vehicle for this to get bad really fast.