Black-Lives-Matter Organizer, Tasha Williamson, threatened to burn National City, Ca in 2018. Two years later, she is organizing “protests” in La Mesa, Ca and La Mesa actually has been firebombed. In case anyone needs convincing, this is circumstantial evidence that she may have instigated the firebombing and destruction. She is actually continuing to make slightly-veiled, terroristic threats to La Mesa, unless they meet her non-negotiable demands.
Sadly, I am sure this same tactic of terroristic intimidation is is being used right now in many cities across the nation by Alinsky-style organizers. It is not so much about black lives, but overturning the system and obtaining power.
The threat comes at 3:30 in the video when she shrieks at the Council that they “will shut National City down” and “make it look like Ferguson when they are done”. She also threatens elsewhere that, if they throw her out, ten thousand more will come the next day and that someone is going to get hurt. Now, she is making her threats and demands in La Mesa. Downtown La Mesa actually does resemble Ferguson. Pure coincidence?
Three major buildings in downtown La Mesa were burned to the ground. Stores were widely ransacked and buildings were vandalized all over town, including the police station. The protests are continuing in La Mesa. Residents are still in fear of violence and another firebombing by a mob organized and incited by Tasha Williamson. Williamson is the most prominent organizer with the greatest voice.
Tasha Williamson has given the green light to property destruction in her public statements, saying that destruction of property was not a concern to her while their demands are not being met.
In National City, she organized a response to the death of a 40-year-old black man, Earl McNeil, after his arrest by police. McNeil had psychological problems and was high on meth. He resisted arrest in a physically very strenuous way. McNeil died of cardiac arrest a few hours later in a hospital. Investigators did not find that the officers were to blame for any significant wrongdoing.
The video clip is a segment of the June 19, 2018 video in the archive of National City Council meetings, see link below:
Tasha Williamson Archive