Do rioters bring soup cans to “protests” to use as weapons against police? President Trump says yes. The mainstream media says no. The rioters? That’s a huge, resounding “yes!”
President Trump was weirdly called a racist and attacked by everyone on the Left when he said that protesters often bring soup, bricks, and other objects to use as weapons.
“And they throw the cans of soup,” Trump said in a 2020 speech. “That’s better than a brick because you can’t throw a brick; it’s too heavy. But a can of soup, you can really put some power into that, right? And then when they get caught, they say, ‘No, this is soup for my family.’ And you have people coming over with bags of soup — big bags of soup. And they lay it on the ground, and the anarchists take it and they start throwing it at our cops, at our police.”
A “protester” appeared on CNN armed with — that’s right — a can of soup. He clearly intended to mock President Trump, telling the interviewer the soup was “for his family” but would not commit to not using the weapon against police.
“I’ve been here all four nights, and I’m just standing here today with soup for my family and we’re just watching all this unfold,” the rioter, identified as “Tiger,” said as he held up the weapon and winked. “It’s very unfortunate.”
Asked if the soup would be used against police, “Tiger” simply replied, “Like I said, it’s for my family.”
Riots have broken out nationwide as the trial of Derek Chauvin, the officer who is being crucified by the media for a drug addict’s death when he was forced to restrain the man, rages on. “Protesters” do indeed use weapons — like that can of soup — against police. President Trump knows this. We all know this (we’re not blind). But the Left pretends it doesn’t happen.