Black Lives Matter Rioters Block Highway

( Black Lives Matter continues to terrorize ordinary American citizens all over the country, and On Saturday, a gang of far-left BLM extremists chose to block traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.

The disruption was serious, with video footage showing protestors blocking hundreds of cars and even becoming confrontational with police officers. It got so bad that police officers were forced to deploy pepper spray to stop it from descending into a brawl.

Other footage shared on social media showed officers instructing the rioters to get off the bridge and then pushing the crowd back, only for the demonstrators to ignore their demands.

Thankfully, nobody was hurt – but the footage is still pretty scary. The New York Post reported how roughly half a dozen protesters write given tickets for obstructing vehicular traffic.

Six police officers in total could be seen trying to arrest one man, who was resisting arrest, at the Manhattan side of the bridge at roughly 10:30 p.m. on Saturday.

The man shouted, “He’s breaking my finger!” while another man shouted “What am I being arrested for?”

The answer to that question was fairly self-explanatory, as the demonstrators were purposely blocking traffic.

It’s the latest protest in a string of riots and disturbances prompted by the shooting of Makhia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio. The 16-year-old was shot by a police officer just as she was about to stab another woman in the street with a knife.

It was a clear example of a police officer protecting an American citizen from a violent criminal, but high-profile left-wing commentators and celebrities branded it a racist crime committed on behalf of the police. But the evidence was so overwhelming that even some Democrats have admitted that the police officer in this case should be supported.

Florida Democratic Rep. Val Demings said that the officer “responded as he was trained” to handle the situation.

“I also was a patrol officer who was out there on the street having to make those split-second decisions,” Demings said to CBS on Sunday. “You know, now everybody has the benefit of slowing the video down and seizing the perfect moment. The officer on the street does not have that ability. He or she has to make those split-second decisions, and they’re tough.”

Will Black Lives Matter protest and riot every time a Black American criminal is shot or arrested from now on?