Cleveland: Bikers issue EPIC warning to Black Panthers


After hearing that the New Black Panther Party would be at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Bikers for Trump announced they, too, would have a presence at the convention.

Chris Cox, founder of the group Bikers for Trump, said that up to 10,000 bikers from all over the country would attend the convention to patrol the event and rally behind Trump. A large percentage of those bikers were said to be military veterans.

Cox said the group’s purpose was to keep the peace and protect Trump supporters, as well as keep law enforcement from becoming targets.

“We will be there to make sure that the delegates are allowed to exercise their right to peacefully assemble,” Cox said. He added that the group had seen instances where agitators have becomes violent at other Trump events around the country and “we’re not going to put up with it.”

Bikers for Trump have been supporting Trump and providing a strong presence at rallies since violence began to break out at rallies earlier in the year.

The group claimed it would not be silenced, and the New Black Panther Party would be wise to keep their distance while protesting the convention.

Leaders from the New Black Panther Party told Reuters they would carry firearms for self-defense during rallies in Cleveland, if allowed by Ohio law.

“If it is an open state to carry, we will exercise our Second Amendment rights because there are other groups threatening to be there that are threatening to do harm to us,” Hashim Nzinga, chairman of the New Black Panther Party, said.

The New Black Panther Party hinted at the possibility of violence at the convention, and those hints should be taken seriously.

You can see those comments here:

 New Black Panther Leader Shabazz: 
There will be violence in Cleveland

Hopefully, nothing will get too out of hand at the convention.

H/T Mad World News 

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