Yesterday in Texas a caravan of Trump-supporting dickheads surrounded and attempted to slow down Joe Biden‘s campaign bus, according to The Daily Beast‘s Kelly Weill. The incident happened on highway 35 between San Antonio and Austin. (I was on that road last March so don’t tell me.) There was enough of a hassle that Biden’s campaign canceled an event in Austin, Texas.
Isn’t attempting to blockade the bus of a Presidential candidate against the law? Doesn’t it qualify as terrorism on some level? I presume some Biden staffers wrote down some license plate numbers.
Excerpt: “When the Biden campaign bus drove to Austin [from San Antonio], it was greeted by a blockade of pro-Trump demonstrators, leading to what one Texas House representative described as an escalation ‘well beyond safe limits.'”
“Historian Dr. Eric Cervini was driving to help with the Biden campaign stop when he filmed a line of pickup trucks along the highway, many of them flying Trump flags. The drivers were ‘waiting to ambush the Biden/Harris campaign bus as it traveled from San Antonio to Austin,’ Cervini tweeted.
“’These Trump supporters, many of whom were armed, surrounded the bus on the interstate and attempted to drive it off the road,’ he alleged. ‘They outnumbered police 50-1, and they ended up hitting a staffer’s car.'”
This is a traffic violation and attempted homicide. Why hasn’t anyone been arrested? pic.twitter.com/QnfF4vXMQn
— haunting student debt owners (@mcbyrne) October 31, 2020
First, they all sat lined up on the side of I-35, dozens of pickups, waiting for the Biden bus. Then they surrounded it. This didn't just accidentally happen in an encounter.
— Are We There Yet? 🌊🌊 (@livetweettweet) October 31, 2020