According to a report from the DOJ, over 300 people have been charged with crimes at “peaceful protests”.

Fox News:

The Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against more than 300 people who allegedly committed crimes since the end of May “under the guise” of peaceful protests, Fox News has learned.

Hundreds of people were arrested in 29 states and are accused of federal crimes ranging from attempted murder, assault on a law enforcement officer, damaging federal property and arson, the Department of Justice said.

“Violent opportunists have exploited these demonstrations in various ways,” a Justice Department press release said.

Forty of the 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices nationwide have filed federal charges “committed adjacent to or under the guise of peaceful demonstrations,” according to the agency. 

Of the more than 300 people arrested, roughly 80 were charged with crimes involving arson and the use of explosives.

This is still a whitewash from the DOJ. We know there are a ton of crimes being committed that have no one being arrested.

We can’t continue to have cities burn. We can’t continue to have businesses being destroyed. We can’t continue to be this divided. We need a country in which if you break the law you go to jail. We need a country in which law-abiding Americans are safe.

Hopefully the Mainstream Media reports this!

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