Masked ANTIFA punks often make a habit of dispersing themselves among protesters and attempting to incite violence by breaking windows, spray-painting buildings, and setting fires. The George Floyd protests have been no exception.
Often they escape retaliation from peaceful protesters because 1) they’re peaceful and 2) ANTIFA move in small packs so they can’t be easily overtaken. Over the weekend, however, two ANTIFA goons carrying spray-paint cans strayed from the safety of the pack and wandered into the path of the absolute wrong person: an angry UFC champion named Jon Jones.
Ultimately, Jones showed great mercy on the pair, following them and saying simply “give me the spray can.” While he did not physically harm the pair, he did humiliate them by utterly stripping any perceived power they had in just a few seconds and with just a few words. He only had to repeat the command once and immediately the delinquents became fully submissive, handing the cans over to the to the clearly superior foe.
A wise move, as these two undersized younglings were face to face with a grown man — and not just any grown man. He’s a highly successful UFC fighter who would’ve inflicted serious pain if he so desired.
Take a look at what he does to seasoned professional fighters:
Now imagine what THAT man would’ve done to these two diminutive ANTIFA rioters. Jones could’ve probably dispatched these two in mere seconds, without breaking a sweat. They were likely thinking the same thing, because they sheepishly handed over the paint cans like young toddlers being reprimanded by their parents.
Thankfully, people like Jones are going out and standing up to those who seek to destroy public property and cause violence and chaos. There have been others doing similar acts of heroism, including a band of residents from Philadelphia who formed a wall in front of a Target store to protect it from being looted and destroyed.