Karma/divine justice is a very strange thing when you break it down.
Ancient Greeks, Indians (not modern street-poopers), and Romans tried to explain this phenomenon throughout the course of centuries, but failed to get further than the idea that it may be something related to the universe/gods trying to balance things out, or that it had to do with punishment to those mortals who greatly offended the natural order through flaws such as hubris.
And in the case of GoDaddy, hubris is exactly what we’re seeing with their latest actions.
They thought that they could go against the natural order of things (which has been large-scale freedom of speech on the internet tubes) by attempting to destroy our most popular sites – they were the first to strike in the immediate aftermath of the Battle of Charlottesville.
Well, when you decide to upset things, your filthy vermin-infested Commie employees will be brought down by the wrath of the Unknown – they’ll also be prosecuted for Antifa-related terrorism as well.
The man hit by a pepper ball round in a video that has since gone viral following protests in Phoenix, Az. is now facing charges for aggravated assault on police.
Twenty-nine-year-old Joshua Stuart Cobin was seen kicking a round of tear gas at police officers during a riot on Tuesday night. Following his actions, police fired a pepper ball at his groin, prompting him to fall over in pain. He was helped up by another man wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey.
The video quickly went viral on social media with memes like “Good Night, Left Nut.”
Cobin, a support representative of website service provider GoDaddy, identified himself as the man in the video on Reddit. Posting under the username “gotyourqueen,” Cobin claimed (despite his actions) that he isn’t a member of Antifa and that he did not support violence towards police and Trump supporters.
“The pepper ball shot missed Major Johnson by 3 inches north so all I have is some bruising in the groin area,” he wrote, adding that he witnessed a “peaceful protest” by the crowd as they were planning to march to the capitol.
He claimed that he saw “a character” throw a water bottle at the police before the police marched on the crowd.
“There were also a couple medium sized rocks on the ground,” he added. “That seemed to be the reason for the tear gas. I don’t know if it was instigated by counter protesters or just hooligans but that’s their reason for the violence.”
Phoenix police announced late yesterday that they booked the man on four criminal charges, including three felony counts of aggravated assault on police and one misdemeanor for unlawful assembly.
If you’re someone who pays attention to these sorts of happenings, it baffles me as to how you could ever be an Atheist who denies any sort of supernatural motive behind what we now see on a daily basis.