A couple in St. Louis warned passing protesters who were on their way to the residence of St Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson not to stop at their house.
In the videos posted to Twitter, the man is seen pointing a rifle at an angry mob while a woman held a pistol while speaking to the passing crowd. Voices can be heard telling people to move on.
The incident happened on Portland Place, which is a private street in St Louis.
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More footage from St. Louis shows protesters making threats and screaming obscenities as the woman held up her pistol— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 29, 2020
They didn't "march past," that's fake news. They marched through a gate, into private property, past a big sign that said "no trespassing."— Allum Bokhari (@LibertarianBlue) June 29, 2020
Followers, the "just passing" narrative will be strong tomorrow. Expose it wherever you see it. https://t.co/BmuQAiCjBu pic.twitter.com/B471pmQNPK
Many on Twitter are claiming the protesters did not trespass, clearly they did.
"Unprovoked." Trespassing on private property en mass. Quickest way to even the odds when its 80 vs. 2, the end of a barrel. You can go back to whining about something else now pic.twitter.com/yhwtrU3rYA— William Dell (@William85506825) June 29, 2020
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