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Navy SEAL Governor Handles Obama’s Rioters with What Needed to Be Done Years Ago

In light of the violent events taking place in St. Louis, Missouri, ex-Navy SEAL and Republican Governor of Missouri Eric Greitens dropped the hammer on everyone who was looking forward to creating chaos in the streets. As he put it delicately, these people deserve nothing short of a jail cell.

The protests in question kicked off Friday, as former police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of first-degree murder and related charges from his 2011 case.

Instead of acting as proper protesters, this crowd went all in, destroying private properties and vandalizing nearby vehicles while taking a swing at the police officers on site as well.

 A Facebook video posted by Greitens showed how police officers were forced to then take in all troublemakers into custody.

“Our officers caught ‘em, cuffed ‘em, and threw ‘em in jail,” Greitens said.

Greitens confessed that around 80 arrests have taken place so far.

“In the past, our leaders let people break windows, loot, start fires. They let them do it. Not this time,” he said.

As he elaborated, anyone who has no problem with expressing violence of all sorts will be sanctioned at once.

“Tonight, the police arrested the vandals,” he continued. “At this moment, they’re all sitting in a jail cell. They’re gonna wake up and face felony charges.”

 

 

The protesters have enjoyed eight long years under Obama’s leadership, doing whatever they wanted, wherever they wanted it. However, St.Louis stopped out strong and doubtless that this cannot be let continue. Schooled by former riots in  Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore, Maryland, or Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the authorities were not about to let these protesters get away with their crimes as well.

And what about the time Obama encouraged the BLM movement, costing our police officers their personal safety and even lives? Well, that’s about to end and it all starts here.