Alex Jones has an interesting video that shows police in Dallas wading into protestors, pushing them, punching them, and herding them all seemingly without provocation. Worse, the police allowed the protesters into the area only to immediately manhandle them.
This video was made as Jones joined some protesters in Dallas on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. Jones says that the cops removed the barriers that had the protesters penned up in a defined area allowing to come forward.
But then it seems that just as Dallas police allowed protesters to gather in the street, they were suddenly directed by operatives from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to immediately push back the same protesters they just allowed into the area.
As Jones describes it, “Protesters had gathered at the site to peacefully demonstrate against an order by Mayor Mike Rawlings to target individuals who handed out fliers or displayed signs in the area.”
Now, many people, right and left, find Jones to be a less than savory individual and despite what you think of him, this video is a bit strange if not outrageous. There was no violence on that tape–though there was lots of yelling–nor was the group of protesters very large as protests go.
Here is is about ten minutes of unedited video of the protest after the cops pushed the protesters around.
So, what do you think? Is Jones full of it? Or is this another example of the growing police state? Tell us below.
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