Protesters in Ferguson became angry when they noticed armed militia know as the Oath Keepers protecting local businesses.
A woman was videotaped arguing with one of the men telling him it was “diabolical” for him to protect the property of others because it was none of his business.
“You will kill somebody over property that doesn’t even belong to you?,” she asked.
“If your life or my life was in danger, then yes,” he responded.
“That’s the same justification that Darren Wilson used to kill Mike Brown… and with every other black man that’s been shot,” the woman said. That’s their justification, protecting property, public safety…it’s unacceptable.”
Apparently protecting property and ensuring public safety is a bad thing, according to this woman. And it seems the federal government agrees with her.
The government considers the organization of ex-police and military personnel “domestic terrorists,” according to journalist Ben Swann.
“The local police are on our side and expressed gratitude for us being there, but the feds are trying to run us out,” Stewart Rhodes founder of Oath Keepers told Swann.
“The local cops told the feds it was crazy to label us terrorists, when all we are doing is guarding against arsonists.”
It makes you wonder whose side the government is on.
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