black-lives-matter-AP-640x480Liberal mob swarms families at state fair, scream for blood

Just hours after a Houston-area sheriff’s deputy was brutally executed in an ambush, protesters from the “Black Lives Matter” movement rushed the gate of the Minnesota State Fair, screaming for the deaths of police officers.

“Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” shouted liberals from the St. Paul, Minn. branch of “Black Lives Matter,” just hours after the bloody attack on police.

A helicopter from Minneapolis CBS affiliate WCCO captured footage of the massive, shrieking, mob swarming the State Fair gates, then moving en masse down a street, continuing their calls for the blood of police officers.

“Statements and chants like that are just ignorant – I find it absolutely disgusting,” St. Paul Police Federation President Dave Titus tells WCCO.

“Titus called the protester’s chant both dangerous and outrageous. All the more so Titus says, because it came just hours after a Texas deputy was gunned down in cold blood,” WCCO reports.

“I don’t think chanting or singing what’s basically promoting killing police officers is peaceful,” Titus said.

The calls for more dead police came as news broke of the slaying in Texas.

“Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman described the killing of a deputy sheriff at a gas station as a ‘cold-blooded assassination’ and angrily condemned the ‘very dangerous national rhetoric’ about police officers that he said was out of control,” KHOU reports.

“Hickman said the killing was unprovoked and that Goforth was apparently singled out only because he was wearing the uniform of a law enforcement officer. The sheriff made it clear he felt the shooting was tied to a national backlash over several recent killings of unarmed black people by police officers,” KHOU reports.

“When rhetoric ramps up to the point where cold-blooded assassination has happened, this rhetoric has gotten out of control,” he said. “We heard ‘black lives matter.’ All lives matter. Well, cops’ lives matter too, so why don’t we drop the qualifier and say ‘lives matter’ and take that to the bank.”

“It is time for the silent majority in this country to support law enforcement,” Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson told reporters at the news conference. “There are a few bad apples in every profession, that does not mean there should be open warfare on law enforcement.”

Liberal mobs have stepped up their anti-police rhetoric, and violence, in the past year.

In an almost identical assault in December 2014, a man who praised the Ferguson rioters and vowed to kill police officers as an act of social justice executed two New York City police officers.

“I’m Putting Wings On Pigs Today. They Take 1 Of Ours … Let’s Take 2 of Theirs,” he posted to Instagram before finding and killing officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.

His other social media accounts propagated liberal narratives about police violence and the need for rioting.

In March 2015, two Ferguson, Missouri police officers were shot in a sniper attack.  As the officers lay on the ground bleeding, another liberal activist taunted them, screeching “Acknowledgement nine months ago would have kept that from happening.”

Another liberal protester opened fire on Houston-area officers just weeks ago.

An illegal alien, not named by law enforcement because he was 16, was arrested after setting a Houston-area deputy constable’s patrol car on fire and pointing a rifle at officers, leading to a 35-minute car chase.

The suspect was seen lighting the car afire in the parking lot of Brazoria County Precinct Four building.

When a deputy approached, the liberal activist pointed a rifle at him.  As the deputy sought cover, the suspect fled.

During the 35-minute chase across two counties, he also attempted to run over two police officers in a funeral procession.

YourHoustonNews reports that he told arresting officers the arson attack and attempted vehicular homicide were his “war against the government” because “he was tired of his people getting shot by police and nothing happening, so he came to shoot them.”