Reports from citizen journalists continue to spread on social media that indicate palletted bricks have been strategically placed within known riot locations across the country. These pre-staged stockpiles have been documented in several flashpoint cities including Minneapolis, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and Fayetteville, NC. In most cases, the bricks have been placed right along demonstration routes.
What organization is behind this effort to effectively arm demonstrators with the steady supply of projectiles being used to spread injury, destruction, and in at least one case, possibly death?
One thing's for sure, those responsible for the sinister plan have access to real money and logistics.
Nc Fayetteville it real pic.twitter.com/WJTdhrOVdW— Dolo (@64hunblock) May 31, 2020
I still have not heard from one mayor or governor stating they will open an investigation into what organization is placing pallets of bricks in cities used for the sole purpose of destruction.— Kambree (@KamVTV) May 31, 2020
George Soros' got bricks delivery service too..— Silver Watchdog (@Silver_Watchdog) May 30, 2020
So who's donating the pallets of bricks to these riot ravaged areas? Surely there's surveillance footage, and surely they arent being brought in by hand. Start checking camera footage, run license plates. pic.twitter.com/QFHgwHVz0f— Jerome Russell (@JeromeRussell5) May 31, 2020
Still think these riots are fluid? Still think they weren't coordinated ? Who the heck left pallets of bricks throughout different cities Across the Nation on sidewalks? #Riot2020 pic.twitter.com/afJa0oDHlD— 𝐉.𝐈𝐍𝐅𝐀𝐍𝐓𝐄 𝐆𝐑𝐎𝐔𝐏 (@JInfanteGroup) May 31, 2020
Where did the Bricks come from?— Bernie Showalter ❌ (@SH0WALTER) May 31, 2020
Who delivered them.
Who sold them?
Who BOUGHT Them?
Does any one really want to solve or STOP this?@SecretService @FBI @LouDobbs @seanhannity @SaraCarterDC @TuckerCarlson #protests2020 #WWG1WGA pic.twitter.com/4QA6a3b0Mp
"Yo, we got bricks. We got bricks!"—#Rioters in Manhattan chanced upon a cache in the street equipped with bricks and a shovel at 10:01 p.m. on Second Ave between St. Marks Pl. and Seventh St. pic.twitter.com/dYB7vHdYqL— Kevin R Hogan (@KRHogan_NTD) May 31, 2020
Whoever is supplying those bricks is guilty of aiding and abetting domestic terrorism. https://t.co/sT5cIKYrbO— Lisa Mei Crowley 🐸 (@LisaMei62) May 31, 2020
There were odd piles of bricks that just happened to be outside the justice center and court house, as well as, random “old and empty” cop cars placed throughout the protest route 🤔🤔🤔 #clevelandprotests #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/xq5edYCP7u— BigBro (@yourfav_bb) May 31, 2020
Sword guy was being pelted with rocks and pieces of brick before he snapped and charged them pic.twitter.com/ie76A2r3rn— Huxlian Nightmare (@sunnysteeI) May 31, 2020
Okay seriously? Your really gonna go after a patrol horse and throw a fucking brick at its head? No compassion no fucking remorse. I wouldn’t wish this on any animal working under law enforcement. pic.twitter.com/86i8KmtRP6— August Lamacchia🏇🏼 (@august_m21) May 31, 2020
Attacking #firefighters with bricks & rocks & defacing memorials of dead firefighters who have sacrificed their futures for their community is totally unacceptable. We have only 1 mission -save your life & property. @IAFC #protests2020 @STATter911 #Riot2020 pic.twitter.com/dnbYYWCE87— Gary Ludwig (@ChiefGaryLudwig) May 31, 2020
Entire length of Flatbush Ave, from Ave J to Fulton Street is a war zone, fires in the street, people on roofs with bricks pic.twitter.com/mUXY3jShlz— cheskal breuer (@BreuerCheskal) May 31, 2020
Employees were inside this Krispy Kreme at the Mall at Millenia last night at midnight and found themselves surrounded. The owner says there were hundreds if not thousands of protesters outside, some throwing bricks and causing thousands of dollars in damage @MyNews13 pic.twitter.com/ZCphJpoFDF— Rachael Krause (@RKrause_News) May 31, 2020
Gucci store on #RodeoDrive hit by bricks. Looters tried to get in, but store crew tells us no one got inside and no product was taken. Damage to windows and graffiti. #LosAngelesProtest #BeverlyHills pic.twitter.com/mQomwm9M4b— Jeff Paul (@Jeff_Paul) May 31, 2020