- Piles of BRICKS Mysteriously Sprouting Up Near Riot Hotspots All Over US Have Journalists Demanding Answers
Stacks of bricks left seemingly unattended in riot hotspots across the US – as if begging to be snatched and thrown by unruly mobs – have protesters and journalists wondering whether the violent street clashes are orchestrated.
It’s not every day one sees a stack of bricks just lying around unattended, especially when there’s no construction to be seen – but a rash of reports of pallets of bricks turning up as if by magic in over half a dozen cities over the weekend has investigators trying to get to the bottom of who’s seemingly giving would-be rioters the tools they need to turn what began as peaceful protests violent.
A group of protesters in Dallas called attention to the unexpected bounty of construction materials near the city’s courthouse on Saturday. “Ain’t no damn construction around here!” a savvy demonstrator says in the clip, while another urges his fellow protesters to “do better.”
— Angela Stanton King 🇺🇸 (@theangiestanton) May 30, 2020
PATIOS ARE THE VIRUS!
An explosion of patios being built as mysterious free piles of bricks appear nationwide on corners. This here is Dallas. pic.twitter.com/ABBCyHPLAy
— angeldemonTV (@angeldemonTV) June 1, 2020
BREAKING: tonight’s Dallas riot was pre-planned
Organizers were directing the crowd where to go
They had pallets of 100 bricks ready for rioters
They were yelling to the crowd “go left, there are 100 bricks on the corner over there”
This wasn’t random chaos
More info to come
— ELIJAH (@ElijahSchaffer) May 30, 2020
Update: City is picking up bricks and are property of the city.
— Kambree (@KamVTV) June 1, 2020
We have learned of & discovered stashes of bricks and rocks in & around the Plaza and Westport to be used during a riot. If you see anything like this, you can text 911 and let us know so we can remove them. This keeps everyone safe and allows your voice to continue to be heard.
— kcpolice (@kcpolice) May 31, 2020
"Yo, we got bricks. We got bricks!"—#Rioters in Manhattan chanced upon a cache in the street equipped with bricks and a shovel at 10:01 p.m. on Second Ave between St. Marks Pl. and Seventh St. pic.twitter.com/dYB7vHdYqL
— Kevin R Hogan (@KRHogan_NTD) May 31, 2020
Uh-oh…Those random ass bricks showing up, guess who's bringing them in to a place where there's no construction? pic.twitter.com/QAITwOLQOF
— A Black Socialist 🌹🏴☠️ (@SonOfAssata) June 1, 2020
The building this guy is standing next to is the Earl Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas. There are surveillance cameras all over the place and there is zero chance they can't see who dropped of the bricks and when. pic.twitter.com/38jjbgDLym
— Robert ✌️ (@no_more_nazis) May 30, 2020