PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – Seven local men, all Black and all armed, were shot dead after following and harassing President Trump’s campaign bus in the final days of the 2020 President Election.
According to the group’s Facebook page, they were seeking payback for similar harassment inflicted by Trump supporters on one of Biden’s campaign buses in Texas the previous week.
“I guess they forgot which country they were living in,” said Reverend Al Sharpton, “Black folks can’t just go and do the same things as White folks in situations like this. You really thought a group of armed Black men was going to fly? The only positive is that they might get rid of the Second Amendment just to make sure it doesn’t happen again.”
The President was very clear in his distinction between this harassment and that purported by his supporters in Texas.
“These were very bad, very dangerous people here. If they weren’t already dead, we probably would have put them to death anyway. Very bad. The police are heroes.”
After the incident, it was revealed that the weapons carried by the men were all legally acquired and did not contain any ammunition.