by John D. Guandolo
Wednesday evening, approximately 2 dozen communists from Black Lives Matter (BLM) and others entered the Oklahoma State Capitol and disrupted the business of the State House, shouting obsenities, threatening people, and chanting.
The communists did alert their followers they were going to do this. See the flyer they sent out below.
After the incident, I received video/audio and photos from UTT Vice President John Bennett, who was present at the State House while the communists were protesting.
UTT Vice President John Bennett spent 8 years as a State Representative in Oklahoma.
See a brief UTT video of the communist BLM protest at the Oklahoma Capitol here.
UTT thanks KOCO and John Bennett for the footage.
This event stands in stark contrast the events which took place at the Oklahoma Capitol just one day prior, when approximately 1000 Patriots peacefully assembled at the Oklahoma State Capitol to protest the actions of Oklahoma President Pro Tem Greg Treat’s decision to water down a bill about liberty so badly he rendered it useless. The bill would have guaranteed action by Oklahoma when the federal government over-reached its authority.
While Americans are free to – and should – exercise their rights to peacefully assemble, there is no guarantee under law nor the Constitution for those acting on behalf of hostile foreign powers to disrupt the exercise federal, state or local political activities in the United States.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) was created by the Chinese communist party through the U.S. based Freedom Road Socialist Organization/Liberation Road. The connections between Liberation Road, BLM, the Chinese Progressive Association, Asians for Black Lives, and the Chinese Communist Party are direct and clear.
See Trevor Loudon’s excellent video on the connections between the Chinese Communist Party and Black Lives Matter edited and republished by UTT HERE.
There are lawful actions legislatures and law enforcement can take to deal with these subversive elements in the community. Understanding the Threat (UTT) is the only organization in America training police, intelligence professionals, analysts, prosecutors, legislators, citizens and others how to identify and dismantle these networks at the LOCAL level.
It appears Oklahoma joins the list of those in need of UTT’s celebrated training and consulting.