1,000 Georgia National Guard members have been called up as Atlanta issued a state of emergency in fear of more unrest following last weekends violent riots.
Last night domestic terrorists (Antifa and BLM) rioted and attacked Law enforcement in Atlanta.
Wonder if a special Congressional Committee will be named to investigate them?🤔#AtlantaRiots pic.twitter.com/JX86yoi4B6
— 🇺🇸Kirk🇺🇸 (@Kirk_925) January 22, 2023
The governor stated that:
“Georgians respect peaceful protests, but do not tolerate acts of violence against person or property.”
Gov. Brian Kemp said he called upon the National Guard to “subdue riot and unlawful assembly”.
During a Jan.18 sweep of Intrenchment Creek Park, a 26 year old protestor Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, died in a gun fight with Georgia State Troopers.
The area is the future site for the Atlanta Public Safety…