Pro-police rallies boldly speaking the truth

Wednesday, August 12, 2020
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

MassResistance-San Diego placardA pro-family organization is proving it's not afraid to stage bold, anti-BLM/pro-police rallies in Southern California.

In the face of vicious attacks on police officers and calls in cities like Seattle to defund police departments, many pro-family groups have been holding pro-police rallies across the U.S. to support their local police officers. But Brian Camenker, president of MassResistance, says unfortunately the people who run most of those rallies are reluctant to criticize the Black Lives Matter movement.

"They don't want to expose them because they're afraid of offending people. And they'll even say in their flyers: Don't bring signs that say 'All Lives Matter' or anything like that," he explains to OneNewsNow. "[In response] we're saying: 'No, this is the problem. These are the people who are attacking the police' – and of course, they need to be exposed."

And that's exactly what MassResistance-San Diego is doing in communities like Chula Vista in Southern California, he continues.

"We're really having our local groups and local people make a public statement about Black Lives Matter and how destructive they are and exposing them for their real goal: to destroy America," the pro-family spokesman adds. The MassResistance rally in Chula Vista took place on July 31 in front of the local police department.

According to Camenker, they sometimes encounter BLM counter-protestors.

"All of the Black Lives Matter people who come to counter-protest, none of them are actually black. They're pretty much all white women," he explains. "And they're all just really nasty, horrible people who have all these profane, disgusting signs. And we call them out, too."

Camenker reports that the response they got from both the police and the community in Chula Vista was "incredibly supportive." More rallies in Southern California are scheduled.


Image above compliments of MassResistance.

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