Cut off the Funding by Individuals for Race Wars and Domestic Terrorism
A group led by Freedom Watch founder Larry Klayman is suing several people and groups regarding funding of the anti-police movement that is sweeping across the country.
Hillary Clinton, President Barack Hussein Obama, Louis Farrakhan, Al Sharpton, Black Lives Matter, the New Black Panther Party, George Soros, and others are all listed as defendants in the lawsuit.
Mr. Klayman said in an interview Friday: “We’re seeking to have the court order it to stop, and we’re seeking large damages, much like people talk about bombing the oil wells of ISIS to cut off the financial flow. If we cut off the financial flow of money to these groups, who are starting a race war for their own political purposes to destroy this country and build it back in their socialist and atheist and other image, then we can stop this.”
Mr. Klayman is joined in the lawsuit by Dallas Police Sgt. Demetrick Pennie, spoke about the current state of law enforcement and race relations.
“Well, this is very tedious right now for all of us in the law enforcement community,” Sgt. Pennie said. “Me personally, I’ve had my life threatened. I mean I’m still having my life threatened every day.
“But for me, it’s more about me protecting law enforcement as a whole, police officers as a whole. I’m not going to be intimidated by these guys. I got friends out here, I lost four close friends; we lost five officers here in Dallas on July 7. Five at one time, the worst loss of law enforcement life since 9/11. That’s something that this country cannot tolerate.”
Sgt. Pennie added the situation in Charlotte is not productive. Spurring change, he said, does not come in the form of rioting and looting.
“These groups of individuals, they don’t want to talk about anything, they do not want to bring about any real positive change,” he said. “How do you do that by destroying the community?”
More information can be found at FreedomWatchUSA.org.
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