Stacey Abrams’ Nonprofit Holding Anti-Police Event After Terrorist Attack On Police Officers

A Georgia-based voter registration nonprofit founded by two-time loser for governorship of Georgia Stacey Abrams is organizing an event supporting the rioters and alleged domestic terrorists that are protesting the construction of an Atlanta Police Department training facility, which has been dubbed “Cop City” by its opponents. 

The news of the event comes days after almost two dozen individuals were arrested on domestic terrorism charges after a violent ambush on police officers Sunday night. The attack was one of many incidents of domestic terrorism that has occurred  in protest of the construction. 

As explained by The Post Millennial, “Around 5:30 on March 5, about a hundred militants broke off from a protest in the South River Forest area southeast of Atlanta to launch an attack on nearby police. The officers were guarding a construction site of a future first responder training facility that members of the extremist group seek to stop. Their violence has escalated in recent months, leading to a deadly shooting in January and 19 of their members being charged with terror offenses so far.”

“They changed into black clothing and entered the construction area and began to throw large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers,” the Atlanta Police said in a statement about the attack. 

Two days after the terrorist attack, Abrams’ non-profit the New Georgia Project announced on Twitter, “This Thursday, March 9th at 6 pm ET, NGPAF activists and partners will be in Atlanta marching to #StopCopCity as part of the National Day of Action Against Police Terror.” 

D & B Staff

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