A judge just sent a warning to Black Lives Matter that sent them running back to their parents’ basements

For months Black Lives Matter rioters have been able to get away with virtually anything.

But that is starting to come to an end.

And a judge just sent a warning to BLM that sent them running back to their parents’ basements.

The latest round of Black Lives Matter riots occurred in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Following the police killing of Ricardo Munoz, a mentally ill man who charged police with a knife in a stabbing motion, leftist rioters hit the street and wreaked havoc.

They expected the same treatment that rioters have gotten for weeks now.

That means that the Fake News Media would call them “peaceful protesters,” while the local police were held back unable to do anything to stop them, and if they did get arrested, they would be released almost immediately.

But as it turns out, the city of Lancaster had different ideas.

Twelve adults were arrested as the mob rushed the police station, throwing bottles, rocks, and other projectiles at police.

The adults, ranging between the age of 18 and 43 quickly learned that they wouldn’t be getting the same treatment that rioters got in other cities.

They were hit with a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges, including arson, riot, institutional vandalism and criminal conspiracy.

Magisterial District Judge Bruce A. Roth proved that by smacking nine of those arrested with a massive $1 million bail each, which so far none have been able to post.

Bail information was not available for one of the rioters, and another was given $100,000, which they have also not been able to pay.

The left-wing group that helped organize the riotous event wasn’t happy.

“The absurdly high bail amounts indicate that what we’re seeing is not a measured pursuit of justice, but a politically motivated attack on the movement for police reform and accountability,” Lancaster Stands Up tweeted.

A day after their arrests, protesters hit the streets again, calling for the arrest of the officer who killed the mentally ill knife wielding man.

But, unsurprisingly, it remained completely peaceful.

It turns out that when there are consequences for violent actions, violence is less likely to erupt.

This is the exact problem in cities like New York and Chicago, where criminals are able to get away with their crimes without consequence.

Oftentimes, a rioter released from jail is seen rioting the very night of their release.

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