WATCH: Protester Gets Run Over After Blocking Traffic in XXL Way

We’re not exactly sure what these people are protesting, except that they want JUUUUSSSTTTIIICCEEE!

Looks like an anti-police protest, though.

This country has seen enough of those it’s easy to sniff one out.

One extra large protester decided it was their right to block cars from trying to make a right turn.

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Well, she picked on the wrong car eventually.

Trying to illegally detain the car the one protester parked her lard ass right in front of it.

In fact, she even leaned on the bumper and hood of the car.

The drivers honk, yell and eventually start ‘bumping’ her to get out of the way.

“Stop. Stop-stop-stop-stop-stop.” (She stood — arms open wide — as though she was the victim.)

Of course her equally deranged acquaintances start yelling ‘assault’, then swarmed in around her.

What happened next is crazy!

 

https://youtu.be/QpK0YtGTe-U

Would YOU have claimed self-defense?

Of course as soon as this happen, what is their reaction?

They run to the police.

Can you say, awkward?

LOL!

If they were in North Carolina, the actions of the driver are completely justified.

North Carolina House passed bill HB 330, with a 67-48 vote, that would allow drivers to pass through protesters blocking traffic; so long as they exercised ‘due care’.

Republican Justin Burr introduced the bill stating it “provides that a person driving an automobile while exercising due care is immune for civil liability for any injury to another if the injured person was participating in a demonstration or protest and blocking traffic.”

“As we’ve seen, time and time again, as folks run out in the middle of the streets and the interstates in Charlotte and attempt to block traffic,” Burr said. The Republican commented that he wants to ensure that “drivers don’t have to fear driving through Charlotte or anywhere in North Carolina.”

“This bill does not allow for the driver of a vehicle to target protesters intentionally,” he added. “It does protect individuals who are rightfully trying to drive down the road.”

 

 

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