Wow! Huge Percentage of Charlotte Protesters Are From OUT OF STATE


Todd Walther, Spokesman for the Charlotte Fraternal Order of Police, told CNN a startling fact: A huge percentage of protesters are from elsewhere.

He said it’s 70%. Seventy percent of protesters arrested are from out of state.

Watch the video:

Here’s what he said in the video:

Todd Walther: I still say that this is not Charlotte that’s out here. These are outside entities that are coming in and causing these problems. These are not protesters. These are criminals. Protesters fight for a cause. They sit down and discuss it. These are protesters that commit crime. They’re criminal. They’re out here for a different purpose. They’re not here to resolve issue and resolve problems. They’re out here for their own good. 

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Erin Burnett: So you’re saying all the people that are on the streets are not from Charlotte?

Walther: Well, I’m not saying all the people, but we’ve got the instigators coming from the outside. You heard the reports even last night. They were coming in from buses from out of state. You go back and look at the arrests that were made last night? I’d about say that probably 70% of those had out of state IDs. They’re not coming from Charlotte. 

Who is paying for the buses? Who is paying for the lodging? Who is paying the protesters?

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We know in Ferguson, George Soros’ Open Society funded the protests.

Is Soros funding them again?

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