Pro-Terrorist Students Violently Hurl Rocks At Cops

Well, that escalated quickly.

It seems like only yesterday that hundreds of cops had to storm Hamilton Hall to rid it of violent, pro-terrorist anarchists who defied the weak orders of the Egyptian president of Columbia University.

Now, mere days later, multiple law enforcement officers were summoned to disperse a pro-Hamas encampment on the nation’s west coast,

Indeed, the encampment was spreading across UCLA’s campus like a metastatic cancer, no doubt as a direct result of pro-terrorist indoctrination from ultra-woke professors.

And, just like the terrorists they idolize, the so-called “students” apparently decided that responding with violence was a wholly appropriate response.

Which is why it took some time to truly disperse the mindlessly violent radicals.

Per a stunning report from The Blaze, it took several armored officers to break up the illegal encampment, which clearly posed a direct threat to others.

“Armored officers with the Los Angeles Police Department and California State Police took control of the illegal encampment at the University of California, Los Angeles, early Thursday morning, busting through the Hamas-endorsed student radicals’ barricades, flattening the occupiers’ tents, and arresting some of those individuals who ignored their repeated warnings and invitations to leave.

The LAPD and other law enforcement agencies responded Tuesday night to the UCLA campus after the leftist university pleaded for help in dealing with the fallout of the same ideas taught inside its classrooms. It was not until Thursday morning that they were able to successfully overwhelm the radicals in Dickson Plaza,” the outlet reported.

Gotta love the reference to the university demanding “help in dealing with the fallout of the same ideas taught inside its classrooms.”

Perhaps the university wouldn’t need so much “help” if it didn’t hire antisemitic Marxist radicals in the first place.

And, speaking of Marxist radicals, the little brats apparently decided to “stand their ground” against police with makeshift shields and other pitiable defenses.

Julio Rosas, a correspondent for The Blaze, reported directly from the scene, underscoring the degree to which protestors resisted lawful orders to disperse.

“Absolute chaos right now. Occupiers are trying to hold the main makeshift wall as police repeatedly fire flashbangs,” Rosas reported in disbelief.

And that “absolute chaos” was magnified by the fact that students violently hurled rocks at law enforcement officers, as noted by The Blaze.

“Radicals pelted officers with rocks and attempted to disorient them with fire extinguisher blasts while desperately maintaining their barricades. The officers, in turn, used multiple flash-bangs,” the outlet noted.

The officers finally seized control of the illegal encampment at approximately 3:30 a.m., though they would have seized control far sooner, had the university had the gumption to deal with the radicals in the first place.

“It didn’t need to come to this. … If the encampment was cleared sooner, without giving the occupiers so much time to prepare for this, it would have been much easier for law enforcement to clear it out,” Rosas reported.

Indeed, it would have been much easier.

However, neither California nor New York appear terribly concerned about breaking up illegal encampments until they are effectively forced to, in sharp contrast to the definitive approach taken by Texas, Florida, and every other sensible state.

Author: Jane Jones


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