A video has surfaced this week showing what seems to be Black Lives Matter activists in Portland, Oregon encouraging a crowd of supporters to shoot police officers when confronted.
At the beginning of the clip (below), text appears that reads: "At Pioneer Courthouse Square, passionate speakers shared their thoughts." And by "passionate" it means "rage-filled," and by "shared their thoughts" it means "demand that people kill cops whenever possible."
The first man in the video addresses the pathetic looking supporters by telling them that when a cop is investigating whether you are doing something illegal, you should immediately pull out your gun and start firing at them.
"And I promise you," the man begins, "If they go about they burden of whatever they said you doing, you pull your pistol out and you f***in bust at 'em! You pull your pistol out and you bust at 'em because at the end of the day it's going to be you against them."
The angry man added that, "When we move with the [Black] Panthers, trust me, when you see me move, I'm moving in violence!"
Another man stepped up to shame the mostly white Portland crowd supporting them that their applause wasn't appreciated.
"Ya'll stop clapping. Stop clapping. Stop clapping cause most ya'll folks ain't involved. Real talk," he said.
That's right, self-hating Portland whities, he's talking to you.
A third man seconded the point by telling the crowd, "We tired of walking around here asking ya'll to help us. We need action!"
The clip ends with the first agitator doing his best to fire-up the protestors to do anything they can to hurt police officers when they see them.
"You better f***in' take action! I don't give a f*** whether you knock 'em over, whether you run up on 'em, whatever you do you better f***in' take action!"