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Are Paid Rioters Real? Sheriff Grady has the Receipts

Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk County, Florida gave a press conference a few days ago putting citizens and professional rioters alike on notice, showing pictures of someone in professional riot gear and what looked like a staged accident.

"This guy has a professional mask on, professional clothes that are designed to seal out pepper spray or any chemical agents. This person was here to create problems. Local police officers and deputies said we noticed cars with out-of-county and out-of-state plates. We saw that the antagonists that were at Florida(?) Boulevard, the ones that were generating the energy, were not local folks. They came here to do nothing to create problems.

"I want to show you this picture. You see the guy standing on top of the car? This red car supposedly bumped into or hit a protestor standing in the middle of the road. We still don't know who that protestor is. The city police have said over and over, if you were the victim, if you were hit, come forward and we will investigate. There is no victim. The man standing on top of this car with windows smashed in, is not a protestor. He's a riotor. That's evil, it's criminal, and it's wrong. Even if the person in the vehicle intentionally struck the victim, you still don't respond with this kind of conduct. But at the end of the day, there's not even a victim of this alleged person that was hit by the red car, which apparently was caught up and may very well have been fearful for their life and was simply trying to get away. But we don't know that because we don't have the other side of the story from that particular victim. Come forward and we'll investigate."




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