There’s nothing more terrifying for a driver than getting caught up in a communist mob situation.

You’re a sitting duck for these frothing-at-the-mouth loons, who we’ve seen yanking people out of their cars and beating them silly.

Not to mention, we’ve also seen Antifa and BLM mobster shoot drivers as well.

So, it’s no wonder that when a driver sees he’s stuck in the middle of a mob scene he’ll do whatever it takes to get the heck outta dodge.

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And that’s exactly what this pickup truck driver did in Portland.

The driver, who was trying to escape the mob, busted through a fence to try and getaway.

Antifa communists, who are always looking to victimize innocent people, tried to block the driver by placing a motorcycle in front of the truck.

But that didn’t stop the driver, he just kept going and dragged the motorcycle right along with him – sparks flying and all.

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It’s gotten so bad out there for motorists that I think Congress should pass some laws that protect drivers and give them certain rights against these monsters.

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These commies shouldn’t be on the roads to begin with, it’s absurd that local officials are even allowing this to go on and placing drivers in danger.

But since the locals won’t protect drivers, there should be a federal law that will protect drivers who damage property or injure people when they’re trying to flee a mob situation because they feel threatened.

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 5, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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