The non-binary son of House Minority Whip Katherine Clark (D-MA) was arrested Saturday after assaulting a police officer and spraying anti-police graffiti at a protest in Boston.
- House Minority Leader Katherine Clark’s (D) non-binary child was arrested at an anti-police Antifa riot in Boston over the weekend.
- Clark’s son, booked as “Jared Dowell,” was charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon, destruction or injury of personal property, and damage of property by graffiti/tagging.
- During the arrest, the Boston Police Department reported “an officer was hit in the face and could be seen bleeding from the nose and mouth.”
- Clark has previously stated her “non-binary” child has faced discrimination and “bigotry” against him, saying “no one is free until everyone is equal.”
- “Rep. Katherine Clark’s son was arrested in Boston last night during Antifa riots, and a cop was assaulted. Jared Dowell was perfectly normal, until his mother transed him into ‘non-binary’ so she could use him for politics. Now he’s Riley, and he’s a freak. She did this,” journalist Aidan Kearney argued.
HOUSE MINORITY WHIP KATHERINE CLARK ON HER “NON-BINARY” CHILD’S ARREST:
“Last night, my daughter was arrested in Boston, Massachusetts. I love Riley, and this is a very difficult time in the cycle of joy and pain in parenting,” Clark said. “This will be evaluated by the legal system, and I am confident in that process.”
- Far-left extremists took to the streets to protest in cities across the nation over the weekend after an officer-involved shooting in Atlanta, Georgia.
- The incident involved Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, a 26-year-old man who was killed by police after refusing demands by authorities and allegedly firing a gun at state troopers at the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center.
- “An individual, without warning, shot a Georgia State Patrol trooper,” Georgia Bureau of Investigations’ Michael Register told reporters earlier this week. “Other law enforcement personnel returned fire in self-defense and evacuated the trooper to a safe area. The individual who fired upon law enforcement and shot the trooper was killed in the exchange of gunfire.”
- Although the protest began “peacefully” on Saturday, rioters quickly spiraled into chaos, defacing property and attacking officers.
- “While the state continues to respect peaceful protest, acts of violence against person or property will not be tolerated. Those committing such unlawful acts will be arrested and prosecuted fully,” Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp (R) said Saturday.