Brandon McCormick, the racist Utah man who was aiming his bow and arrow at Salt Lake City protestors last week, is now facing three felony charges.
The 57-year-old ex-con, who spent nearly 20 years in jail for burglary, possession of a controlled substance, and theft, said he went to the protests to protect police from unruly protestors.
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention Brandon was once convicted of battery against a public safety officer.
Brandon went down to the protests caping for “All Lives Matter” last Saturday and admitted hearing “Black Lives Matter” annoys him.
In several viral videos on social media, Brandon is seen agitating protestors and brandishing a knife at them.
At some point, he returns to his car and retrieves a bow and arrow and begins aiming it at demonstrators and threatening them.
Someone made the bat call and a group of protestors bumrushed Brandon!
They kicked his behind, turned his car over, and set it on fire.
Police escorted Brandon McCormick to a safe area, treated his wounds, and released him.
That’s when he made his way over to Fox 13 for an interview and lied through his All Lives Matter mouth!
Brandon told the reporter:
At first, I got beat up when I yelled, ‘All Lives Matter.’ Then, I pulled out weapons and I got beat up some more.
Then, the cops grabbed me and my car got totaled.
Coming down here with what weapons I had because I am an ex-felon. I changed my life and I back up the law enforcement.
I know some cops are bad. I know all races are bad.
When the reporter asked Brandon how he got the injuries to his head, he responded:
Because I yelled out my window, ‘All Lives Matter.’
Two black African Americans…they beat me through my window because I yelled out, ‘All Lives Matter.’
Let’s take a look at some raw footage of Bow & Arrow Brandon McCormick’s tomfoolery. Shall we?
Brandon has been arrested and he is facing two counts of possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person, one count of aggravated assault and one count of threatening or using a dangerous weapon in a fight or quarrel.
His bail has been set at $100,000.
I’m sure Brandon McCormick feels right at home back in the concrete hotel.
Source: Fox 13 Now