Buffalo New York Police Playing War Games Brutality Assault 75-year-old Grandfather.

Marching Like Toy Soldiers With Paintball Guns

A cadre of scared, under-educated, overwhelmed, bedeviled and baffled Buffalo police squad pushed an older man to the ground and split the back of his head open. With blood gushing from the backend of his head unto the pavement on which the policemen and policewomen marched — they walked past the severely injured man without the slightest inclination or instinct to render aid.

After the man fell, one of the culprits began to stoop to render assistance but his supervisor quickly ordered him to leave the man on the ground to bleed out.

This is what America has become, or is it what it’s always been?

The elderly man pushed to the ground has been identified as Martin Gugino, a long time peace and human rights activist. On Tuesday, President Trump tweeted that Gugino may have been an operative from the radical left-wing group ANTIFA. Trump’s tweet came after watching a “news” report on the right-leaning television station OANN — that flaunted the ANTIFA theory.

Peace Activist Martin Gugino Attacked By Buffalo Police

Here is the actual Tweet from the President: “Buffalo protester shoved by Police could be an ANTIFA provocateur. 75-year old Martin Gugino was pushed away after appearing to scan police communications in order to blackout the equipment. @OANN I watched, he fell harder than was pushed. Was aiming scanner. Could it be set up?”

Gugino is a member of the non-profit organization PUSH which advocates for housing for the homeless and the poor.

There are some among us who are too willing to use unnecessary violence on peaceful Americans protesters.

In 1970 the Ohio National Guard opened fire on a group of students protesting the escalation of the Vietnam war peacefully. Thirteen of those student protesters got shot — four fatally. The Kent State massacre, as it’s come to be known, was unprovoked.

These heartless acts of police violence against civilians force wonderment into the mind and fill the heart with questions.

Do these police “officers” after work actually go home to families? Are any of them married with children? Were any of them raised in a loving home? At night, do they cuddle up to reptiles, hardback coldblooded alligators, and snakes? Or do they crawl under rocks to hide from light? How do they live and what kind of persons could live with them?

Due to the callous behavior of the “officers,” It gives the impression that those police officers on the scene, at the time of the incident, aren’t closely associated with warm-blooded persons.

Martin Gugino remains in the hospital in stable condition, after spending four days in ICU.

Doctors say Mr. Gugino is expected to recover.

Staff Writer: Clinton Franklin

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