It’s not enough to call for their jobs or to publicly humiliate them or even release personal information about immigration officials… now protesters in Florida are taking their protests to new heights.
A group of open borders activists vandalized a government immigration contractor location in Boca Raton, Florida by soaking it in fake blood. Why, you might ask?
They were reportedly motivated by the fact that the contractor provides facility space for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, so as to avoid overfilling their own facilities when detaining illegal immigrants.
In a manner reminiscent of a toddler having a fit, the activists stormed the GEO Group’s facilities on Tuesday this week, splashing fake blood and throwing fake dollar bills all over the property.
The best guess is that the fake money doused with fake blood was to be perceived as “blood money”, but these contractors have run a pretty clean operation in concurrence with the government for over three decades. Still, logic rarely deters these kinds of activists.
Many of the protesters positioned themselves outside the doors of the building, trying to block employees from entering with signs that read, “Racist, classist, homophobic, opportunistic f*cking prisons.”
It makes you wonder where a fire marshal could be found when you need one to issue a fire hazard citation and potential arrest…
Another sign displayed by an activist read, “Prisons are the new Jim Crow.” One activist was arrested as others chanted, “Show me what a fascist state looks like!”
A GEO Group spokesperson said in a statement that was provided to Breitbart News that the vandalism to their property “will not be tolerated.”
The GEO Group spokesperson continued that sentiment with saying:
“The dishonest narrative and lies that are being spread about the services our company provides is based on the same false rhetoric that has led to the endangerment of our employees, of government employees, and the public.”
A @BocaPolice officer told organizer Carlos Naranjo Valerna he was in violation of a @CityBocaRaton city ordinance for using an amplifier to project their voice. Officers arrested him and siezed the amp as evidence. @SunSentinel pic.twitter.com/eZpZspTy2T
— Austen Erblat (@AustenErblat) December 3, 2019
The endangerment to their employees aspect is not some form of puffery either, as back in August, it was reported that a group of open borders activists protested at the Florida offices of the GEO Group. The brazen group of individuals were threatening employees by shouting, “We know where all your children live throughout the country.”
During that August display of verbal threats, another protester shouted, “We know everything about you and you won’t just be seeing us here,” directing the threats to a GEO Group executive. “We know where you sleep at night. We know what kind of dog food you buy your dogs.”
The trend of their employee’s safety being at risk continued several states over just the following day that August, where gunmen allegedly fired shots into local ICE offices and GEO Group offices in San Antonio, Texas. The Federal Bureau of Investigation had described the potentially fatal demonstration as a “targeted attack” against federal immigration officials.
Not to mention, just last year, “abolish ICE” protesters targeted agents in the city of Portland, Oregon, shouting racial epithets toward Hispanic and black American ICE officers. There are some real consistency issues with these folks; they’ll call people racist and then do racist things against minorities.
Those same abolish ICE activists also videotaped themselves beheading an effigy of President Donald Trump. The images depicted Trump’s head being chopped off with a guillotine.
With the latest incident involving GEO Group’s Florida offices, their spokesperson delved into just how well, and long, they’ve worked with our government:
“We have been a trusted service provider to the federal government for over 30 years, under Democratic and Republican administrations, and the services we provide today are in no way different from the high quality, professional services we provided for eight years under President Obama’s administration. We do not manage any facilities housing unaccompanied migrant minors or any border patrol holding facilities.”
And while these activists are making it clear how they feel about federal immigration policies, another man’s words might land him in jail.
A Massachusetts man is on trial after allegedly promising $500 cash prizes to anyone who would be willing to kill a federal immigration official, according to a report from WHDH.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office said that the trial for Brandon Ziobrowski began in federal court on Monday and is expected to continue through the rest of the week.
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Ziobrowski is on trial for his tweet that appeared to offer cash for the spilt blood of members of the federal law enforcement agency.
“I am broke but will scrounge and literally give $500 to anyone who kills an ICE agent,” Ziobrowski’s tweet reportedly said.
Additionally, the then-33-year-old also tweeted about fantasies of wanting to “slit” the late John McCain’s throat.
Ziobrowski has pleaded not guilty to using interstate and foreign commerce to transmit a threat to injure another person.
The Cambridge resident and his attorneys are arguing that his speech is constitutionally protected.
But when does free speech become hate speech?
Federal prosecutors argue that Ziobrowski’s vulgar comments are a “true threat” and should not technically be protected by the first amendment.
Well, if Ziobrowski wants to make light of his aggressive and threatening tweets, he probably shouldn’t have included the next part.
“Seriously anyone else who can pledge get in on this let’s make this work,” his tweet finished.
Ziobrowski’s tweet didn’t exactly reach the masses, as he probably intended. He had 448 followers at the time of the post, and it got only two likes after it was posted to the platform.
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