Violent Black Lives Matters terrorists took to the streets for the second night in a row in Charlotte, North Carolina. People and businesses throughout the city came under attack as gangs members and radical terrorists shot at least one man in the head and targeted numerous others for vicious beat downs.
State of Emergency Declared: North Carolina: Governor Deploys National Guard
Pat McCrory, the Governor of North Carolina, declared a State of Emergency for the city of Charlotte late last night.
After the second night of rioting, looting, and attacks on the public, Governor McCrory ordered the National Guard to deploy into Charlotte. Late Wednesday night, while being interviewed on Fox News by Shawn Hannity, McCrory said he had not heard a single word from the White House, and that two days into the chaos President Obama had made a single attempt to offer help or reach out to anyone in the state.
Here is the Governor’s official statement on Executive Order 102, declaring the State of Emergency
Governor McCrory Declares State of Emergency to Help Restore Order in Charlotte
Governor Pat McCrory declared a State of Emergency on Wednesday at 11:00 p.m. upon the request of Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney. The governor has also initiated efforts to deploy the North Carolina National Guard and the State Highway Patrol to assist local law enforcement.
“Upon a recent request of Chief Putney, the National Guard and State Highway Patrol are sending in resources to further help the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department,” said Governor McCrory. “Any violence directed toward our citizens or police officers or destruction of property should not be tolerated. I support and commend the law enforcement officials for their bravery and courage during this difficult situation.”
The declaration allows the state to send the N.C. National Guard to Charlotte to provide support to the State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement as needed. Charlotte officials requested state assistance following two nights of violent riots.
Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry will direct the State’s Emergency Operations Plan and deploy the State Emergency Response Team to assist Charlotte and Mecklenburg County officials in maintaining safety and security in the city.
— WCCB, Charlotte’s CW (@WCCBCharlotte) September 22, 2016
Night two of Chaos in Charlotte
Rioters took to the streets violently attacking innocent Charlotte citizens, breaking into multiple homes, looting shops, and setting fires throughout downtown Charlotte.
— Heather Lacy (@Heather_Lacy1) September 22, 2016
The so-called peaceful protests quickly devolved into chaos when Black Lives Matters radicals started throwing rocks and explosives at the police. Shortly later, gunshots rang out and at least two people were shot by the violent rioters.
Reporter Attacked Live on Air
According to the latest reports, seven Police officers were injured and were transported to local hospitals. Hundreds of people were seen looting throughout the city, and things spiraled so out of control that rioters started targeting the media and white people who were out during the riots.
— Alive In Philly (@AliveInPhilly) September 22, 2016
This isn’t a protest. This is a riot.
Come on, Charlotte. https://t.co/x98RK5Ttl9
— CAR Panthers News (@CarPanthersNews) September 22, 2016
— Libertarian Queen (@LibertarianQn) September 22, 2016