We’ve been using that “mostly peaceful” gag for some time now, usually stemming from the violent Occupy rallies in 2011. Of course any time leftists agitators erupt into violence,–which is pretty much any time they get together–invariably there’s always some lamestream media outlet that calls the violence mostly peaceful.
There was a heavy police presence, but the protests were mostly peaceful. There were a few isolated incidents of clashes between protesters and police.
Michigan State Police said pepper spray was used to subdue one protester outside the Capitol who had his hands on a trooper.
Capt. Harold Love says the female trooper was being pulled into a crowd Tuesday. Love says a male trooper standing nearby gave two short bursts of pepper spray to end the incident. There was no arrest.
Captain Love says two people were arrested when they tried to get into the George Romney Building, a state office building that was closed.
On the Capitol grounds, a big white tent erected for supporters of the legislation collapsed. There were no injuries, but union protesters reportedly helped bring down the tent.
Of course it wasn’t the media reporting that, heaven forbid.
Naturally, not a single mention of the “mostly peaceful” assault on Steven Crowder.
If today’s media were around in the 1930’s they’d have reported Kristallnacht as a “night where a few windows were broken but the brownshirts were mostly peaceful.”
Update: Here’s more peace breaking out.
Then there’s this disgrace.