If You’re Committing A Crime During A Protest Your A Criminal And Nothing More” Says Donadio

Barry Donadio (photo by Matthew Abbott)
Martin Luther King

“I support and defend everyone’s right to protest, but in order for it to be a true protest for a worthy cause, it must always be conducted within the confines of the law. If it isn't, then the recklessness and beligerency devaluates and erodes the legitimacy the root cause for the protest.” says Donadio.

Donadio called on local, state and federal prosecutors to hold accountable every single violator of the law that criminalized protests in Minneapolis and other U.S. cities.

President of Public Security LLC, Former U.S. Secret Service, Celebrity Author, American Politician, Sergeant at Arms of the MDGOP, Pro-America

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