New Black Panther Party Announces Saturday Protest At “Baton Rouge Pig Department”

More tourists are set to roll into Baton Rouge as the New Black Panther Party is coming to “protest” the Alton Sterling decision. Here’s their Facebook post:

New Black Panther Party call for National Day of Action for Justice for Alton Sterling, Saturday, May 6th at 12:00 pm at…

Posted by The New Black Panther Party on Thursday, May 4, 2017

Already some trolls have hit the comments section of the post. Here are a few choice ones:

Casey Sherman There isn’t anyone else we can defend besides this criminal?? How bout we protest a planned parenthood?? They’ve killed more black people then the police ever could.

Greg Savant Cops can serve so many warrants at that rally and save thousands of dollars on gas. So many criminals advertising where they will be
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Buck King Why not do some good improving your neighborhood and the people who live there. Seems like that would be a more productive use of time and energy.
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Ryan Stogner I’ll be there in all blue, y’all come on.
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A couple of days ago, one of their members was arrested for trying to block a highway. According to their Facebook page, she was freed.

Here’s an example of some of the things that regularly appear on The New Black Panther’s Facebook page.


Posted by The New Black Panther Party on Tuesday, April 18, 2017

New Black Panther Party Basic Field Training (2 of 2) / All Power to the PeopleWWW.NBPP.ORG

Posted by The New Black Panther Party on Tuesday, March 7, 2017

If you can’t wait until this weekend to go protest, there’s a protest tonight. It’s led by the same guy who tried to light a Confederate flag on fire at the state capitol when the flaggers were protesting the monument removal in New Orleans yesterday.

Posted by Arthur Reed on Thursday, May 4, 2017

These people are not protesting for justice. Justice actually means an impartial search for the truth. To all of these people protesting, the police officers who killed Alton Sterling are guilty of something. It doesn’t enter their mind that he may have been at fault.

These people were going to carry on and protest if the investigation didn’t go their way. That’s their right, but let’s just hope it stays peaceful this weekend.

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