Video of the Day: Protesters Learn It’s Not A Good Idea To Block The Road As Driver Refuses To Stop When Mobbed

A video posted to Twitter on Wednesday shows what was described as a group of environmentalist protesters trying to block a road to change hearts and minds.  After swarming a car on the road, the driver decided to continue, plowing through the group of protesters.

According to Twitchy:

We mentioned in a post the other day another sticking point the Left has with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis; they don’t care for his legislation making it “legal” to run down protesters. What the law actually did was indemnify drivers against liability if they were being attacked in their car during a riot and had to drive away to get to safety. Sheriff Grady Judd even brought photos to show the difference between a peaceful demonstration and a riot as “some people are slow learners.”

This wasn’t a riot, but it was yet another group of protesters deciding that blocking the road was the way to go to get their point across and change hearts and minds.

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As Twitchy notes, the image was cut off in the tweet, so here it is:


And a reminder of what CAN happen:

And there’s this:



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