Seattle Rioter Lays Down in the Street to Stop Police on Bikes, Cop Just Rolls Right Over Him (VIDEO)

A rioter in Seattle apparently laid down in the middle of the road in an attempt to slow down police officers who were moving in on bikes.

Unfortunately for the rioter, his harebrained scheme did not go as well as he likely hoped it would.

“Rioter lays in the street to try and stop the police from moving in on bicycles. One officer rides over him anyway,” Andy Ngo tweeted with the video.

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Either unaware of the moron laying in the road, or just unbothered, one officer walked his bike directly over the person’s head.

Seattle Police took some serious abuse from the violent rioters on Wednesday evening, the same night that two police officers were shot in Louisville during a riot over a grand jury’s decision not to indict officers who were involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

Taylor was shot during a knock and announce drug raid during which her boyfriend shot at police.

For example, a Seattle Police officer was struck with a baseball bat by a Black Lives Matter militant after having a barrage of projectiles thrown at him.

The attack was caught on camera by Seattle Collegian reporter Alexa Villatoro.

In the shocking footage, an officer is seen falling from his bike as rioters begin throwing objects at him. It is not entirely clear if the rioters made him fall or if it was an accident.

As he is collecting himself, and dodging items like a traffic cone that were being thrown at him by the militants taunting him, a masked militant in black bloc attire comes up and hits him in the head with a baseball bat at full force.

The condition of the officer is currently unknown. It is also unknown, at this time, if the attacker has been arrested. The Gateway Pundit will be providing updates as the story unfolds.

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