The Black Lives Matter Rioters In Wisconsin Set Fire To A Used Car Dealership Located Right Next To A Church…The Cars Exploded One, By One, And As Fires Often Do, It Spread To A Church That Had A ‘Black Lives Matter’ Sign Supporting The Very Rioters That Caused The Flames
The church, a Unitarian Universalist Church, is on the the National Register of Historic Places and was built in 1907. Thankfully, Andrew Mercado, a sergeant in the armed forces, noticed the spreading flames and he, along with his friend CJ Haliburton, attempted to thwart the flames.
After signaling for firefighters, they assisted in the effort to quell the fire and cut off its spread before irreparable harm could befall a place of worship recognized by the National Park Service.
The Black Lives Matter Sign Posted By The Church:
The Church Even Commented On The Incident That Took Place In Kenosha:
“We at Bradford UU pray for Jacob Blake, his family and everyone in Kenosha right now. We remain committed to justice and equity and will not remain idle when such violence is administered by the very law enforcement which is supposed to protect and serve us.
Please stay tuned to our Facebook page and your Bradford UU announcement emails for updates as the situation, and our response to it, continues to evolve.”