Members of the Infowars team in Ferguson, Missouri were told by “peacekeepers” ostensibly with the Black Panthers they would not be allowed to film protest activities on a public street.

Videographer Josh Owens and reporter Sgt. Joe Biggs were told by several people not to film. The so-called “peacekeepers,” according to the Infowars team, blocked cameras, pushed reporters, and threatened to break video equipment.

In the United States, photographers have the right to photograph what is in plain view on a public street, including people.

The confrontational attitude of the Black Panthers once again reveals the thuggish mindset prevalent on the left side of the political spectrum in America. Leftists and collectivists do not respect the constitutional rights of their political opponents and aggressively attempt to prevent them from engaging in freely practicing their First Amendment right.

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