The following article, Hoo Ray for the Tribal Police: Paiute Rangers Slam Through Climate Wacko’s Barricade Blocking Road at Burning Man, was first published on .
Tribal police rangers earned high praise for using their trucks to slam through the barricades put up by climate change wackos who were trying to block access roads to this year’s Burning Man concert spectacle ion Nevada.
Six domestic terrorists from Seven Circles and Extinction Rebellion were jamming a street with a trailer and banners, causing a traffic jam that was several miles long on Sunday.
But the Paiute Rangers weren’t having it. And since they are Native American police, they are not exactly held to the same delicate standards as white police forces.
Not only did the Tribal Ranger bust through the barricade with his truck, he leapt out of the vehicle and drew his gun on the climate chumps where were fixing to sit down in the road to take the place o the barricade.
Needless to say, none o this went well for the protesters.
What makes this extra amusing is that the "Rangers" are Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Police, and the backed up traffic is for Burning Man. Native American cops busting up a standoff between two tribes of white progressives is straight up comedy gold https://t.co/YQzvVmTuo2
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 28, 2023
What’s even funner? One half-witted, dirty protester chained herself to the trailer and was tossed around like a rag doll when the officer blasted through the barricade and sent the trailer blocking the road sailing.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not celebrating the fact that rich hipsters can now get to their silly little concert event, or whatever the hell it is.
But the fact that the tribal police didn’t spend even a second worrying about the delicate feewings of the smelly hippies in the climate terror groups is absolutely delicious.
It’s the feels-good film of the year:
BREAKING: Tribal Rangers trucks in Nevada just RAMMED a climate change group blocking the road and mass arrested all of them https://t.co/EuF2r777mW
— Jack Poso (@JackPosobiec) August 28, 2023