It used to be that people with differing political opinions could get along, and it still is that way in some places.

There’s a guy that lives next to me and aside from the fact that he plans on voting for Biden, he’s a really nice person and is always a welcome guest in our home. Matter of fact, when he put his Biden/Harris sign out last month on his lawn I told him that I have a security camera that happens to point in the direction of his yard.

I went on to say that if anyone messed with his sign I would be the first one to speak to the police on his behalf. We disagree politically, but at the end of the day we don’t go after each other because that’s not what decent people do.

An Antifa leader has been arrested for assaulting journalist Jack Posobiec. 25-year-old Jason Robert Charter “unlawfully assaulted and threatened” Posobiec. During a riot in Washington DC , the Antifa leader attacked Posobiec, who is a correspondent with One America News Network. But, remember this is Washington DC , so unless it’s a federal prosecution, you can expect him to walk away free.

The attack took place on June 26th as antifa and BLM were trying to topple a statue paid for by freed slaves and Black Union veterans. Posobiec was filming a Black tour guide who was trying to get rioters to leave the statue alone. There was nothing racist about the monument. It was a tribute to Abe Lincoln by freed slaves.

Charter, a black-clad Antifa insurgent who donned a pair of red ski goggles and bicycle helmet, insulted Posobiec and then he pushed him, causing him to fall back. The attack was unprovoked

From The Post Millennial :

Posobiec was flanked by several black men, including the tour guide, to guide him safely away. Then a presumed associate of Charter tried to grab Posobiec’s phone out of his hands as others swarmed to shove him, but were pushed back by a private security agent accompanying media members present at the event. Several of the black bloc militants dumped liquid on Posobiec.

Charter pursued Posobiec en route, prompting a verbal confrontation. The leftist instigator continued to barricade Posobiec from moving forward in any direction. Spotting police presence nearby, Posobiec advanced towards law enforcement, but he was stopped in his tracks again by Charter. At one point, Charter interrogated Posobiec on why he would not return to his vehicle, suggesting that Posobiec did not want his car’s license plates recorded and insinuating that Antifa would dox his current location and place of residence.

When Posobiec finally made his way to authorities with the aid of onlookers, Charter’s belligerent behavior bubbled with the police, initiating a fight with an officer when Charter blocked the cruiser that Posobiec left in.

But on Twitter Charter decried the fact that police gave Posobiec a ride to his vehicle to keep domestic terrorists such as himself from attacking him physically again. Charter has been released from custody on a conditional release. He is not allowed to go after Posobiec again. If he does, he goes back to jail.

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