Donald Trump supporter and “conservative activist” Jim Stachowiak took his personal brand of “patriotism” to a new low on August 14. That’s when he posted a YouTube video (under the screen name Johnny Infidel) advocating the murder of African-American women and children in Milwaukee. Jim Stachowiak posted the video in response to the current rioting situation in Milwaukee that developed in response to the deadly shooting of a black man by police.
In the video, Trump supporter Stachowiak is outfitted with a large gun (which he repeatedly brandishes and points at the camera) and a t-shirt decorated with the phrase “[Middle finger] Black Lives Matter,” reports Addicting Info.
In his seven-plus minute rant, Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak suggests to viewer that if they see African-American women and/or children exiting from businesses during the Milwaukee riots, they should shoot them in the back.
“I don’t care if they’re women and children, anyone coming out of a store should be shot on site. They should be shot exiting the store. If they make it down the street…shoot them in the back.”
The situation in Milwaukee has deteriorated terribly over the weekend, and as Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak detailed in his disturbing YouTube video, it was sparked by the shooting of an African American male by police in the city. As Jim Stachowiak correctly details, the now-deceased 23-year-old African-American male was reportedly carrying a stolen gun at the time of his death at the hands of Milwaukee police. However, he wasn’t the first African-American to be gunned down by cops in the city this year, and police didn’t know that the gun was stolen until after they shot and killed the suspect.
#JimStachowiak who is REALLY an enemy of America? Who is wanting to kill American women and children?— Alfreda (@hanksmom_96) August 15, 2016
#JimStachowiak Hey Jimbo, since your such a tough guy, why not go to a few ghettos in America and make like Wyatt Earp and clean up the town— CostaLadeas (@CostaLadeas) August 15, 2016
Milwaukee has been described by police as a “powder keg” of potential racially-motivated violence as the tensions between the black community and law enforcement simmer and boil over. Following the recent police shooting, hundreds showed up to protest police violence, and most protested peacefully. However, some protesters turned violent, as described by Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak, and the damage to the city was extensive as the peaceful protests devolved into riots.
The situation has gotten so extreme and violent that the National Guard has been put on alert to ensure a quick response to the situation if needed.
According to Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak, he believes that the Milwaukee police officer who fired the fatal shot acted properly, despite the fact that his victim was shot as he attempted to flee the scene, not as a result of engaging or threatening officers with his allegedly illegal firearm.
“If he didn’t want to get shot, he should have stopped.”
Jim Stachowiak calls for "patriots" to show up at the GOP Convention in Cleveland to take on Black Lives Matter. pic.twitter.com/ztvBpGQUbd— JJ MacNab (@jjmacnab) June 20, 2016
In addition to advocating the murder of African-American women and children in Milwaukee, Jim Stachowiak used his YouTube video to attack the Black Lives Matter movement. As demonstrated by his attire, he is not a fan of BLM, and during his video Stachowiak called the organization of political activists “not just a hate group, but a domestic terrorist organization.”
Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak then proceeded to show the world a “bullet with BLM’s name on it,” while continuing to encourage watchers to shoot and kill members of the organization on sight.
This isn’t the first time Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak has been in the news this year. A few months ago, he organized an anti-Islam rally in support of Donald Trump’s plan to ban Muslim immigration to the U.S. if elected president. The April event didn’t go as Jim Stachowiak planned though, reports the Inquisitr, rather than the hundreds of people that the Trump supporter expected to attend the rally, which was slated to include a burning of the Quran and a burning of a picture of the Islamic prophet Mohammad, only a few people showed up on Capitol Hill.
“I support Donald Trump because I like his agenda on dealing with the threats to this country — his ban on Islamic immigration.”
Reportedly, many of those who came were event organizers and/or members of the media. Hardly the crowd of anti-Muslim dissidents Trump supporter Jim Stachowiak hoped for.
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