Comment: true, but

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true, but

what stinks is that if all of the men in the crowd stood up for her at once, they physically could not arrest them.

The slide towards martial law is only encouraged by complacency and passivity. Not that I advocate violent attacks on the police, because I don't.

But if an entire crowd of men (and women, too, if they want to) began to advance on the police chanting the same thing, there's nothing they could do.

The rubber bullets may come next. But quite frankly, once citizens are being shot (!?) with rubber bullets, the writing is on the wall. Martial law is already here.

Face it.
The fact that a police officer, built like a brick s-house can, in front of dozens, perhaps hundreds of people, simply punch a woman in the face in broad daylight and there is no response from the crowd is chilling.

By the way, perhaps it's time for some of us 'men' to be prepared to be 'beaten half to death by the cops', in order to defend our women! My grandparents (may they rest in peace) would be shocked and ashamed.

"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!" - Patrick Henry