I don't see why it's such a joke to defend a community. People were starting fires and looting businesses. You can't have property rights if anyone can just look and set fire to your business. It should be common sense.Virtue signaling and grandstanding. Wutta tool.It would be like me challenging just about anyone to solve some math problems.
Rep. Greene introduces bill to award Congress’s highest honor to Kyle Rittenhouse, who fatally shot two men - The Washington Post
H.R.6070 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): To award a Congressional Gold Medal to Kyle H. Rittenhouse, who protected the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter (BLM) riot on August 25, 2020. | Congress.gov | Library of Congress
But, since BLM are on the left side of the spectrum, they don't view private property rights as anything special. Communism involves the abolition of private property rights. So by attacking property rights they are showing us how easily they can all take our stuff if they all decided to. You either agree with being able to defend your stuff or you don't. The militia that showed up in Wisconsin was on the side of defending property rights. The rioters and looters were not. This is all so simple but I feel like people miss this very simple point.
Ask yourself a simple question: Would I want a riot and looting in my town? The answer will always be "no."
And if you don't think I have any idea what I'm talking about, this is basically what Martin Luther King said:
"But most of all, alienated from society and knowing that this society cherishes property above people, he is shocking it by abusing property rights. There are thus elements of emotional catharsis in the violent act."