Protesters Now Building ‘Autonomous Zone’ in Nashville, Republican Tennessee Governor Issues Warning

By Steve Straub at The Federalist Papers

Following the lead of their comrades in Seattle, “protesters” are now building a “autonomous zone” in downtown Nashville, but there is a big difference.

Unlike the brain dead, mush for brains Seattle mayor and Washington state governor, Tennessee’s Republican governor has said an “autonomous zone” will not be tolerated and will be dismantled immediately.

The governor is having none of it, here is his statement via Fox News:

“We encourage Tennesseans to exercise their First Amendment rights and have seen many examples of peaceful protests across our state in recent weeks.”

“As demonstrations continue, we will continue to protect Tennesseans’ right to peaceful assembly, while also reassuring citizens that lawlessness, autonomous zones, and violence will not be tolerated.”

“Further, Tennessee law expressly prohibits camping on state property not expressly designated as a campground area, and that law will be enforced.”

Yet, the protesters are moving forward anyway:

But wait…

This time these anarchists may have picked the wrong place to try this.

Lets hope the Governor is true to his word and does not allow this to continue for even a single night.

This article originally appeared at The Federalist Papers and was republished with permission.

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