The Daily Sheeple By Piper McGowin Posted Mon., April 11, 2016
All it takes to get yourself arrested in this county is to sit — peacefully and quietly, minding your own business, doing nothing wrong — at a county hearing…
Wearing a Guy Fawkes “Anonymous” mask. Apparently not even fully wearing it. Via Anon HQ:
We are so far down the dark police state alley in America these days, it’s insane.
The incident took place in the House Gallery, during the Maricopa County hearing over the suspected election fraud.
Two officers attended the arrest of the man. Although the man in question didn’t have his face concealed by the mask—the mask had been resting on the top of his head—the first arresting officer approached from behind and kicked at him lightly until he left his chair.
The meeting reportedly had to do with election fraud in Maricopa County Arizona. Guess the officers there just felt the need to arrest somebody for something? Was it to distract from the election fraud which is already bad enough?
Apparently it took four officers to take down and arrest a man sitting peacefully at a county meeting.
The crowd quickly sprang to the man’s defense, as people chanted “shame” at the officers who arrested the man for seemingly no reason at all… other than half wearing an Anon mask. Chaos broke out as they yanked the man up from his seat. Others yelled, “You are sending the absolute wrong message to everyone up here!” and “We the People of the United States are TIRED of this stuff!”
These cops should be asked themselves who exactly they are protecting here… because they look like nothing but thugs.
Janet Higgins, who uploaded another video (below) of the incident from another vantage point, stated:
“We were at the point of chaos. All brought on by the police. For a man sitting quietly. With dreadlocks. His name is Jonathan S. McRae. He is currently in jail, charged with trespassing and resisting arrest. I disagree. He was harassed, held to the floor for over 5 minutes, and kidnapped. I don’t know if he was injured in the attack.”
How can someone trespass at a public hearing?
At least Mr. McRae will have plenty of witnesses and video evidence for his trial.