The North Carolina House has a bill to protect the drivers during these types of protests. It says they cannot be sued if they hit a demonstrator by accident.
George Soros is a villain, and that is putting kindly. He deserves prison time for his seditious and unlawful actions in this country. In fact, Trump would be wise to confiscate his fortunes in this country.
Before the elections last Fall, Soro’s was known to pay protesters at many anti-Trump events. These paid sheep would block streets and highways. They initiated mass hysteria by attacking Trump supporters. The police were also attacked by the Soro’s crowd, the same police that protected them from being struck by cars. Those cars had important places to get to – like hospitals or daycare centers but were blocked by Soros paid thugs.
The aim of these protesters was to thwart Trump supporters by causing chaos
Mainstream media did not report that part of course.
Watch protesters yell, “Whose streets? Our streets!”:
Sorry liberals but the streets belong to everyone. All Americans have the right to access the thoroughfares of this land. By blocking the ambulance needing to get to the hospital or the parent looking for their child, you are guilty.
You have the right to protest…if done peaceably and reasonably and not in the street.
Watch anti-Trump Antifa terrorists take over major streets in DC chanting “Our streets!”
WFAE –The North Carolina House has a bill to protect the drivers during these types of protests. It says they cannot be sued if they hit a demonstrator by accident.
Protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina last year took over the streets shouting “Who’s street? Our street!”
Republican Representative Justin Burr of Montgomery County noticed what was occurring and came up with an idea.
“As we’ve seen, time and time again, as folks run out in the middle of the streets and the interstates in Charlotte and attempt to block traffic,” Burr said as he introduced the bill. He wants to ensure “drivers don’t have to fear driving through Charlotte or anywhere in North Carolina.”
He sponsored House Bill 330.
Burr’s explanation of the legislation:
“provides that a person driving an automobile while exercising due care is immune for civil liability for any injury to another if the injured person was participating in a demonstration or protest and blocking traffic.”
This video shows what happens when a car with a child being rushed to St Jude meets a demonstration.
The legislation is a good move. Drivers are going places and do not need reckless hoodlums from blocking their path. You cannot intentionally strike someone, but sometimes things happen.
Obviously some people do not like the bill. “We all know this is being done to try to make a point about protests,” said Democrat Greg Meyer. “It is just going to embarrass us. There is no good reason to pass this bill.”
The bill has passed the North Carolina House. It now heads to the Senate.