LOL. Some saboteur spread a false rumor in Durham, North Carolina, that the Ku Klux Klan was going to march on Friday.
That false rumor enraged deadbeat blacks and social justice warriors who quickly formed a big counter-protest march.
This false rumor idea has a lot of potential for making mischief. I endorse it.
DURHAM, North Carolina (WTVD) — Durham police in riot gear confronted protesters near police headquarters downtown Friday. The protest had been going on since mid-morning Friday after rumors began circulating of a KKK march.
City and county officials said no permits for any march were issued and are told protesters to stay out of the street. Protesters fell back back as police advanced. One person was seen on camera being arrested.
The crowds began gathering outside of the Old Courthouse around 11:30 a.m. ABC11’s crew on the scene saw several protesters armed with guns, axes and other weapons, but there was no violence.
There was a heavy police presence outside of the courthouse ahead of the protest, but as demonstrators converged on the area the police intially backed off.
Speaking live on ABC11, Durham Mayor Bill Bell said the protesters were reacting to rumors. Also speaking live on ABC11, Sheriff Andrews urged people to remain calm and not overreact.
County officials sent some workers home and have told people to avoid the downtown area. Durham Police blocked off several streets in the area and multiple downtown businesses closed. Traffic was a mess.
Many of the protesters gathered around what remains of a Confederate monument outside the Old Courthouse that was pulled down by protestors Monday. One protestor Friday scrawled “Death to the Klan” with a marker on the granite base.
Watch North Carolina whites marching with blacks, participating in their own genocide.