Spotlight: The Wauwatosa insurrection

By MacIver News Service

Race riots broke out all across the country in 2020, but the ones in Wauwatosa were different. They were orchestrated by an organization called the People’s Revolution with a clearly defined organizational structure and tactics that more closely resembled an insurgency than a protest.

The group was allowed to carry out a months-long campaign of lawlessness throughout the city. It orchestrated marches every day and every night for months, shutting down streets, terrorizing neighborhoods, intimidating public officials in their homes, and antagonizing police. They shut down the mall several times. This escalated into vandalism, looting, and ultimately a terrorist attack on two police officers in their home.

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One response to “Spotlight: The Wauwatosa insurrection”

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    Tim Kittle

    Were it up to me, that would have been shut down with extreme prejudice.

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