Over the weekend, a left-wing rioter in Austin, Texas was carrying an AK-47 when, for reasons still unknown, he decided to fire five rounds into a passenger vehicle in the middle of a busy downtown street. All five rounds missed the driver, once again demonstrating that Leftists have no rifle skills, even during close range engagements. The driver of the vehicle promptly returned fire and killed the assailant with three rounds from a handgun.
Amazingly, no one else appears to have been injured in the exchange of gunfire. (AK-47 rounds, in particular, have a real problem with overpenetration...)
You can hear the exchange of gunfire in the following video, taken Saturday night in Austin. First, you'll hear the five rounds of AK-47 rifle fire, followed by a roughly six-second pause, followed by three handgun rounds from the vehicle driver.
Note that all across America, violent left-wing terrorists are now assaulting vehicles, often targeting vehicles driven by White people.
Here's the video:
Here's another video showing the BLM supporter with his rifle, along with explanatory narration:
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