Attempts to RUN OVER by a van driver As tensions rise, protect Britain’s demonstrators.
A FRUSTRATED van driver attempted to run over a throng of Insulate Britain protesters as the organisation held another rally in London.
Insulate Britain activists were slammed down by a furious vehicle during rush hour while attempting to block traffic lights at a crossroads in southeast London, according to a video published by LBC. The Blackwall Tunnel, one of the major entrance ways to central London, was shut down by demonstrators.
On a busy Monday morning near the tunnel, the group can be seen waiting for the lights to turn red before making their move.
As the gathering proceeds to sit in front of traffic lines, drivers appear to notice what is going on.
As they try to make a case for their protest, one demonstrator appears to approach a biker, gesturing and pointing at them.
However, a furious van driver appears to have reached his breaking point as he flees the scene.
In a horrifying display of road rage, the driver then tries to bash his way through the human shield.
In doing so, he appears to collide with one obstinate protester who refuses to get out of the way of the vehicle.
As he furiously tries to blast through the barrier, the truck appears to smash into a traffic light.
After that, the driver can be seen hastily reversing before getting into a confrontation with members of the climate change organization.
Despite the government’s injunction, the activist organization Insulate Britain is demonstrating again for the eleventh day in three weeks.
On Monday, the group announced that it would block three main ways into London, including Hanger Lane and Arnos Grove, as well as the Blackwall Tunnel.
Around 50 people took part in the demonstration, according to Insulate Britain, and police officials are on standby to deal with the long lines of people trying to enter the capital.
“This administration will always be on the side of the law-abiding majority, ensuring the strongest possible penalties for criminals who purposefully obstruct key highways,” Mr Johnson added. We’ll give the cops the authority they need to stop their rash and selfish actions.” Activists who obstruct highways might face up to six months in prison under the law.
However, police have claimed that they lack the authority to prevent eco-protesters from shutting down some of the “Brinkwire Summary News.”