Last night was the second night of peaceful riots in Philadelphia, after police shot Walter Wallace Jr who was allegedly approaching them with a drawn knife. Wallace died after being taken to hospital.
During the protests, the peaceful rioters were chanting, “Every city, every town, burn the precincts to the ground.”
The Blaze reports:
Black Lives Matter protesters in Philadelphia were recorded reciting a violent anti-police chant during the second night of rioting over the deadly police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday. Calling all Americans to take back our constitutional freedoms
The protesters’ chant was recorded by Blaze TV reporter Elijah Schaffer, who was told to stop recording shortly after capturing the video.
“Every city, every town, burn the precincts to the ground!” They chanted on the video before the frame jerks as an Antifa girl hits his camera. She is heard saying, “Stop filming!”
During the first night of peaceful riots, 30 police were injured including one who was hit by a car.
New York Post writes:
At least 30 Philadelphia cops were injured by early Tuesday as violent mobs torched squad cars and charged lines of officers in a night of carnage sparked by the police shooting of a knife-wielding man.
Organized protests gathered at a park chanting “Black lives matter” soon after news broke of the 4 p.m. death of 27-year-old Walter Wallace, who was shot by police after refusing to drop a knife.
Hundreds of people then swamped the streets, leading to at least 33 arrests by the early hours Tuesday on charges including rioting, assault on police officers, looting and possession of firearms, ABC News said.
READ: At least 30 Philadelphia cops injured during riots over police shooting of Walter Wallace AND STREETS OF RAGE: Truck runs over female cop amid BLM clashes in Philadelphia after police shot knife-wielding black man Walter Wallace
This is weird before the protests started in Philadelphia, leaders of Black Lives Matter and Antifa were arguing who would be in charge. READ: WATCH: BLM, Antifa Fight Over Who Should Lead Philadelphia Protest
Then the looting began, including Walmart:
As well as small business:
Including destroying a Chick-fil-A: