VIDEO: Rioters Tearing Down Statue Chase Man Down And Attack Him, Man Shoots Assailant in Self-DefenseDemocratic Governor sides with the mob and says she's "praying" for the alleged assailant, suggests it doesn't matter who "strike[d] first."
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A violent mob of rioters tearing down a statue in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Monday were filmed chasing a man down in the streets and attacking him with fists and a skateboard only for the man to shoot one in self-defense.
The media and Twitterati were reporting the story as a "white supremacist" attack on "peaceful protesters" but their narrative collapsed after video surfaced showing the lynch mob chased the man down, pummeled him, threw him to the ground and bashed him with a skateboard.
The man only then fired back in self-defense.
Unconfirmed reports claimed the man was trying to protect the statue and could have been part of a patriot group called the New Mexico Civil Guard.
Democratic New Mexico Governor Michelle Grisham issued a statement after the above video had surfaced where she sided with the mob, convicted the patriot group without evidence or a trial, neglected to mention that the rioters were tearing down a statue and said she's "praying" for the attacker and suggested it doesn't matter who "strike[d] first."
Grisham's full statement reads:
Although we are still learning more about the situation, I am horrified and disgusted beyond words by the reports of violence at a protest Monday night in Albuquerque. The heavily armed individuals who flaunted themselves at the protest, calling themselves a "civil guard," were there for one reason: To menace protesters, to present an unsanctioned show of unregulated force. To menace the people of New Mexico with weaponry – with an implicit threat of violence – is on its face unacceptable; that violence did indeed occur is unspeakable.The law-abiding defending a piece of American history will be treated like criminals while the actual criminals tearing down a piece of American history and violently attacking anyone who stands in their way will be hailed as saints.
UPDATE: Graphic video from a second angle which captured the shooting was released.
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