Planning For Violence: Cache of Weapons Found Hidden Along Street Near White House
We’ve seen the riots in Washington, D.C. right outside of the White House. We’ve seen the damage that was done.
We’ve also learned that these riots are not simply protests by peaceful residents. They are organized riots that are arranged and paid for by people like George Soros and some Democrats.
In fact, a cache of weapons were found hidden along the street near the White House.
Paul Sperry tweeted, BREAKING: US Park Police chief says USPP & Secret Service found “baseball bats & metal poles hidden along the street” near the White House. Smoke canisters & pepper balls were used to disperse the rioters (tho “no tear gas was used”) & prevent them from using the secreted weapons
BREAKING: US Park Police chief says USPP & Secret Service found "baseball bats & metal poles hidden along the street" near the White House. Smoke canisters & pepper balls were used to disperse the rioters (tho "no tear gas was used") & prevent them from using the secreted weapons
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) June 2, 2020
I don’t know why he put “no tear gas was used” in quotations because it wasn’t.
In a statement released on Tuesday by the USPP, the law enforcement agency said “no tear gas was used” when clearing a large group of protestoes from the area. The USPP said they took the steps “to curtail the violence that was underway,” pushing back against claims that the protest was entirely peaceful.
“At approximately 6:33 pm, violent protestors on H Street NW began throwing projectiles including bricks, frozen water bottles and caustic liquids,” the USPP said in a statement. “The protestors also climbed onto a historic building at the north end of Lafayette Park that was destroyed by arson days prior. Intelligence had revealed calls for violence against the police, and officers found caches of glass bottles, baseball bats and metal poles hidden along the street.”
Still, the Park Police acknowledged using smoke canisters and pepper balls on the protesters.
“As many of the protestors became more combative, continued to throw projectiles, and attempted to grab officers’ weapons, officers then employed the use of smoke canisters and pepper balls when protestors did scatter from the area,” the statement said.
Jack Posobiec tweeted, BREAKING: 2 crates filled with pipe bombs discovered near Korean War Memorial in DC after suspects spotted in bushes. Federal assets in pursuit
BREAKING: 2 crates filled with pipe bombs discovered near Korean War Memorial in DC after suspects spotted in bushes. Federal assets in pursuit
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) June 2, 2020
Whether that’s true or not is uncertain because there were not any news articles that corroborated this part. But there definitely were pipe bombs found.