AWESOME: After Arresting 120 THUGS In St. Louis, Cops Break Out in EPIC Chant To Show Who’s BOSS!

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Over the weekend, violent riots broke out in St. Louis as displeased residents took to the streets after a former St. Louis police officer was acquitted of murder charges, but this time, police weren’t messing around with the troublemakers, which is likely due to the fact the Trump administration lifted Obama-era regulations on their department.

Angry demonstrators swarmed roadways, destroyed property, and otherwise wreaked havoc on the town in what were actions reminiscent of when thug Michael Brown was killed. For at least four nights in a row, police had their hands full with the rioters, but on Sunday night, they let the hooligans know who was boss.

CNN reported that some 120 people were arrested on what was the third night of the rioting, which stemmed from the 2011 shooting of a drug dealer turned race car driver as he sped away at high speeds, after trying to run over the pursuing officers.

Sunday night’s demonstrations began peacefully, but erupted in violence after nightfall, officials said. Amid the melees that ensued, some protesters broke concrete flower pots and used the broken pieces as projectiles.

“Some criminals assaulted law enforcement officers and threw chemicals and rocks at them. All of the officers’ injuries were minor or moderate. All will be returned to duty soon,” acting Police Commissioner Larry O’Toole said. “We’re in control. This is our city, and we’re going to protect it.”

Normally, it’s the protesters and trouble makers who have the catchy (or tiresome) chants used to annoy everyone around them. However, after police restored order to their city, they had a chant of their own, and it’s not one that the troublemakers are soon to forget.

“Whose streets? Our streets!” they yelled as they moved back lines of rioters.

The epic chant came after police confiscated all kinds of weapons and contraband from the “peaceful” protesters.

Police and fire crews were also sprayed with “unknown chemicals” during the riots, although no major injuries were reported.

Regardless, it’s great to see that just after President Trump’s Justice Department lifted the onerous regulations on police across the country, they felt empowered to restore law and order.

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