‘Could watch this all day’: Georgia state trooper gives clinic on how to handle anti-Israel miscreant

The no-nonsense approach taken by a Georgia State Patrol officer to a pro-Hamas protestor whom he simply picked up and carried away is blowing up on social media.

Left-wing brats turned out to demand a ceasefire in Gaza at Emory University in Atlanta this week as the temper tantrum has spilled over from Columbia University to other schools, mostly in areas under the control of Democrats where protesters know there will be no consequences.

Unlike in some other locations, there was a quick response by law enforcement with video of troopers engaging with the anti-Israel miscreants and the officer leading away an individual – whose biological sex is unclear – and when the person tried to resist, the cop hoisted he/she into the air and walked off.

The epic footage was posted to X where it has since gone viral.

“You’re hurting me!” the protester cried. “Ow! Ow! Ow! Help! Help! Ow, you’re hurting me!”

Another video from immediately before the trooper hauled off the trash shows the initial takedown with the trooper looking like he could play linebacker for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.

X users were very impressed by the trooper who conducted a clinic on how to handle a Hamas-loving brat.

“The Georgia State Trooper doesn’t have time for your snowflake complaints,” the popular X user Wall Street Silver wrote. “Sometimes parents just have to pickup their kids and haul them out of public where they won’t be such an embarrassment. Timeout for him.”

Emory University president Greg Fenves said that some of the protesters weren’t students and were left-wing agitators from outside the campus.

“I am saddened by what took place at Emory yesterday. To watch these highly organized, outside protestors arrive on campus in vans, construct an encampment, and overtake the Quad just days after it was vandalized with hateful and threatening messages was deeply disturbing. I also know that some of the videos are shocking, and I am horrified that members of our community had to experience and witness such interactions,” Fenves said in a letter to the Emory community.

“The fact that members of our community were arrested upsets me even more and is something that I take very seriously. To the best of our ability, we are working with law enforcement agencies to assist detained community members and expedite their release,” the school’s president added.

Chris Donaldson


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