For several months now, groups of domestic terrorists have attempted to thwart the construction of a public safety training facility that the city of Atlanta is building in an unincorporated area of DeKalb County just outside the city.
These actions have intensified in recent weeks, culminating in a shootout with police in January that left an Antifa activist dead and a Georgia state trooper injured. Protests in the city turned violent a few days later, with domestic terrorists setting fire to a police car and vandalizing businesses.
The thugs announced a “week of action” for the first week in March. And they delivered. On Sunday night, a group of domestic terrorists used the cover of a “peaceful protest” and a music festival — because nothing’s more conducive to music than an old prison farm — and firebombed portions of the facility , damaging buildings, construction equipment, and at […]
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