As he walked off of the White House grounds, Rep. Brian Mast (R) was greeted by an agree mob that insisted he answer their specific question, “What do you think about police killing black people in this country?”
Before Rep. Mast was confronted with the question, he was asked if he was asked if he was “afraid” for his safety. Mast responded by asking, “No, should I be?”
Mast answer to the question was not enough for them, it’s not what the words that they wanted to hear come out of his mouth.
“I don’t think that anyone should be killed wrongfully,” replied Mast, adding,” anyone murdered is wrong.”
But the unruly anti-All Lives Matter rioters wanted to hear him utter the words “Black Lives Matter” or agree with their narrative. Mast answered the question.
They thought I would be an easy target because my prosthetics move slowly. They were wrong. https://t.co/QooCkK5KFn
— Brian Mast (@BrianMastFL) August 28, 2020