Noted Activist, Citizens, Protest at Liquor Control Agent’s Home [VIDEO]
If you follow news-politics in the Pacific Northwest, you may have heard of Joey Gibson. He's the founder of the nationally known group Patriot Prayer.
Over the last two years, they've garnered some national headlines for their pushback against Antifa/BLM protestors and rioters in the Portland, OR area. Last year, one of the Patriot Prayer members was fatally shot during an altercation with Antifa-rioters in Portland. To this day, it is not known if a suspect has been specifically prosecuted for the crime. Both groups had planned marches at the same time, and the altercation occurred.
Gibson last year ran for political office, and has had his groups Facebook page shutdown by their censors.
Sunday, Gibson himself joined dozens of citizens who protested outside the home of the Liquor Control Board (LCB) Agent who has been visiting area businesses who are defying Inslee's lockdown and either shutting them down, or threatening them with fines.
Gibson attended the rally at John Dam Plaza earlier in the afternoon with several hundred people, then joined several dozens citizens outside the agent's home. One protester told us they were being peaceful, but yes, loud. Basically, 'we're not going to be silent anymore' and they are exercising their 1st Amendment Rights. They and Gibson, said the edicts being enforced by LCB, L-I and others are un-Constitutional and illegal.
No issues were reported from either event. (Video courtesy of Benton Franklin Community Coalition for Full Time In Person Education ).