We need to reopen the mental institutions ASAP, and we should start on the West coast.
Things have already been wild around the country – namely in liberal cities, where violence and lunacy are running amuck.
So, when a Berkeley, California man, wielding an ax and a blowtorch busted into a tea shop and tried lighting the customers on fire, they were actually prepared and weren’t going to become anyone’s victim.
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I was actually really impressed and kind of surprised to see how so many brave customers ran AFTER the crazed, armed man…and they even wrestled him to the ground.
Here’s what the blip on Youtube said about the incident:
California man armed with an ax and ‘rambling about his daughter’ sprayed WD-40 on tea shop customers and set them alight before vigilantes wrestled him to the ground. Brandon McGlone, 46, of Berkeley, walked into the Feng Cha Teahouse Monday night and tried to set several people on fire, police said. This came moments after he allegedly attacked diners outside a nearby pizzeria, knocking their food off the table, spraying them with WD-40 and telling them he was going to light them on fire. Video captured the surprise attack at the tea shop as well as the ensuing struggle outside as
You can watch the video below:
Many unstable people are watching these riots unfold in person, or online or TV, and they’re probably getting a sense that chaos and lawlessness are okay.
This doesn’t appear to be a “political” attack by any stretch, but I think there’s an overall vibe in these liberal cities that the kooks are running the asylum.
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