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A police officer walks west on Harney Street on Sunday in front of the Dubliner, The Hive and Gatsby on the 1200 block of Harney Street where a man was killed during the second night of protests.
Leftists vow to burn bar down

A bar owner shot a protester on Saturday night after the mob came for him and his business. The incident was caught on video. You can hear the person taking the video warning the people to stay back, shouting "This n**** got a gun!... It's not worth it, n****!" as the mob encroached on a backpedaling Jake Gardner, owner of The Hive bar in Omaha, Nebraska. The mob starts to tackle Gardner to the ground, and shots start to ring out.

22-year-old James Scurlock was shot and killed.


Gardner will not be facing charges, as the Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine announced on Monday, proclaiming Gardner's actions to be in self defense.

The Omaha World Herald reports:
The white bar owner who shot and killed a 22-year-old black Omaha man fired in self-defense after ending up on the ground in the middle of a group Saturday night, Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine said Monday.

In turn, Kleine said, Jake Gardner, owner of The Hive bar near 12th and Harney Streets, will not be charged in the death of James Scurlock. Kleine said he reviewed the evidence — and interviews with witnesses — and determined that Gardner had acted in self-defense.

At the press conference, Kleine said he looked for any evidence of instigation or slurs coming from Gardner.

Kleine said one protester who was interviewed by investigators said, "I'm not a fan of the police department, but I was there and I didn't hear anything like that (slurs) when I was standing there."

Kleine said he would welcome other video of the incident, but he said it would have to be "substantially" different from the evidence officials currently have to change his mind on charges. The consensus from law enforcement officials who reviewed the evidence, he said, was that it was self-defense.

Gardner was taken to Omaha police headquarters after the shooting late Saturday night and was released late Sunday night, Kleine said.
And of course leftist Black Lives Matter supporters are losing their minds because they were not able to beat and rob a white guy:



They even make the claims that Scurlock was somehow the good guy in all this, saying that he was trying to forcibly take Gardner's gun away:


And of course they have to peddle a narrative that Gardner was some sort of white supremacist, despite there being no evidence to support such assertions:



Now they're threatening to burn the place down:


And here's a screencap of that tweet for when it gets deleted:

Maybe don't try to rush and assault someone on the street whom you know has a gun.

Turns out Gardner was a volunteer on Trump's campaign!