Entitled Brats Block Road For ‘Protest,’ But Fed-Up Driver Has Nasty Trick Up His Sleeve

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A bunch of California brats recently got together and decided that the best way to get their point across was to block traffic and inconvenience people who have nothing to do with the cause of their outrage. Unfortunately for them, things would soon go horribly wrong as a fed-up driver approached their little “protest” – and that’s about the time he revealed the nasty trick he was hiding up his sleeve.

According to The Gateway Pundit, the incident took place in Beal, California, as an organization known as “UNITE HERE” decided to get together to voice their opinions. Of course, they were claiming that it was going to be a peaceful protest, but things wouldn’t quite end that way.

In all, about 200 demonstrators showed up to demand amnesty for illegal aliens, but that’s not why they’re getting so much attention now. Come to find out, the organization decided to use tactics previously seen from groups like Black Lives Matter and chose to block traffic to get their point across.

Of course, all this does is piss people off and make the public non-sympathetic to their cause, but they can’t see that reality for what it is for some reason. Unfortunately for them, a fed-up driver was about to show them just that as he revealed the nasty trick he had up his sleeve.

As BizPac Review reports, 56-year-old Daniel Wenzek was stuck behind the protesters and apparently needed to get through. Just like that, the man decided that he was going one way or another and let off the brake.

 


The driver’s car started to roll extremely slowly through the crowd, but that was enough to prompt protesters to freak out. Rather than get out of the way and let the man through, the idiots decided that the best course of action was to attack his car.

With some standing in front, others hopped on the hood and a few protesters even seen tried to damage the man’s car with hard objects. As it turns out, police were nearby and stepped in to make sure that no one got hurt.

After stopping Wenzek, law enforcement then turned their attention on the abusive protesters by forcing them to “get back.” The driver was then arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon but has since been released pending a further investigation.

Brea Police Chief Jack Conklin say that none of the demonstrators sought medical attention at the time of the accident, but the SEIU United Service Workers West union – those representing the group – say that 6 members went to the hospital afterward. At this point, it’s clear that they’re nothing more than a bunch of entitled brats looking for a handout.

In fact, President David Huerta later went on to say that the four union members and two staff were “victims of what appears to be a deliberate and hateful crime.” Too bad for them, it looks like even the police can see through their pathetic attempt as they’re disputing that.

“I think he was trying to get through the crowd,” Lt. Adam Hawley said. “We don’t have any indication he was trying to harm somebody.” At this moment, it’s looking like nothing will come of Wenzek’s potential charges since even police say he drove slowly and just wanted to get by.

As for these protesters, they’re the ones that need to be arrested. A word to the misinformed – your rights end where the rights of others begin. In short, we all have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and when you get in the way of that, you’re infringing on someone else’s God-given rights.

In fact, these idiots are lucky that Wenzek didn’t just stomp on the gas after they started attacking as he would have been well justified. When you are attacked like this man was, you have every right to do what you must to get yourself out of that situation. As for those willing to do anything to stop him from getting away, well, if you choose to stand in front of a moving car, what happens next is entirely on you.

Credits and source: MWN.

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