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“Climate Activists” Slash SUV Tires in NYC, Say Other U.S. Cities Will be Hit Next

“Climate Activists” Slash SUV Tires in NYC, Say Other U.S. Cities Will be Hit Next

“We are rapidly expanding across the United States and are in touch with people in major cities across the USA”

Criminals claiming to be “climate activists” in New York City have begun a campaign of slashing the tires of sport utility vehicles.

It’s a practice that started in the U.K but has now been picked up by American activists who promise that New York City is just the starting point.

Thomas Catenacci reports at Fox News:

Climate activists slash dozens of SUV tires in NYC, say ‘major cities’ across US to be hit next

A group of climate activists has started a campaign to randomly slash tires of parked SUVs across the U.S. in an effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

The Tyre Extinguishers — a group that originated in the U.K. and has expanded to various European nations — conducted its first “action” in New York City this week. The group vowed to conduct similar operations in cities nationwide.

“We are rapidly expanding across the United States and are in touch with people in major cities across the USA,” a spokesperson for the Tyre Extinguishers told Fox News Digital. “We expect this to expand massively.”

The spokesperson referred Fox News Digital back to the group’s website in response to a series of other questions. They didn’t comment on the legality of vandalizing SUVs.

Apparently, none of these geniuses have considered that this will simply lead to producing more tires, which probably won’t align with their climate change concerns.

This campaign didn’t materialize out of thin air. Back in April, KATV News in Arkansas reported:

Climate activists urge people to deflate SUV tires ‘to hit’ car industry ‘where it hurts’

Calling climate change “the biggest crisis we’ve faced as a species,” a group of climate activists are instructing people to deflate the tires of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in order to drive their point home that the large-sized vehicles are “totally unnecessary” and one of the largest contributors of global CO2 emissions.

In what is being described as “a gentle escalation of methods,” climate activists from the group Adbusters are launching the deflation campaign “to drive the urgency of this climate crisis home and engender a systemic aversion” to SUVs.

The group posted flyers on Twitter instructing individuals to wedge rocks into the tire valve of SUVs and place a “leaflet” on the windshield to convey a message to anyone driving them.

Here’s a recent video report from Channel 4 News in Britain:

This is not activism. It’s a crime, plain and simple.

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TrickyRicky | July 1, 2022 at 9:06 am

Methinks a tyre iron upside the head would be appropriate.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to TrickyRicky. | July 1, 2022 at 9:19 am

    MEthinks breaking fingers one by one would also be appropriate.

    JackinSilverSpring in reply to TrickyRicky. | July 1, 2022 at 11:06 am

    Methinks a bullet to the knee caps would be appropriate.

    Milhouse in reply to TrickyRicky. | July 1, 2022 at 11:22 am

    If you catch them, sure. But they know that unless you stake your car out all night and day, their chance of being caught is negligible. And anyone but the owner who does catch them will at most report them to the police, who will do nothing. Their aim is to make the cost of owning an SUV greater than it’s worth.

    Now if they keep striking in the same place over and over, it might be worth the owners getting together and organizing a stake-out.

      taurus the judge in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 11:24 am

      Get a game cam

      That being said, the first time they try this (censored) on the Latin Kings or some other criminal organization, these petty little criminals will find out what the big bad criminals do to people who dis their rides.

      venril in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 12:59 pm

      I wonder if tire rubber would degrade in the presence of chlorine gas? Or putresine for that matter.

      Concise in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 1:48 pm

      If you catch them? They have a twitter account. And a website. With a contact section.

      Concise in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 1:59 pm

      And I don’t have an account in that cesspool called Twitter. How about someone with one lodge a complaint that these slugs are promoting a terrorist activity?

        Milhouse in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 2:43 pm

        The people posting on Twitter aren’t the ones slashing your tires. You couldn’t go and take a tire iron to them, even if you knew who they arei and where they live. It’s the tire-slashers that you want to punish, and first you have to catch them.

        A camera won’t do any good unless you have some way to identify them.

          Concise in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 3:28 pm

          What are you talking about? Did I “advocate” (to use your new favorite word) any such thing?

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 5:19 pm

          I am talking about the topic under discussion. What are you talking about? We are discussing the suggestion that a victim take a tire iron to the vandals. Also the later suggestion about breaking fingers. I pointed out that the difficulty with this is that you have to catch them first. If they did the deed and got away, you can’t harm them.

          To which you replied that they can be identified through their web site. But they can’t, because the web site people aren’t the ones vandalizing the cars — or at least nobody can prove they are. All the web site people are doing is advocating. It’s those who act on the advocacy who need to be taught a lesson, and for that they need to be caught in the act.

        Milhouse in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 2:48 pm

        How about someone with one lodge a complaint that these slugs are promoting a terrorist activity?

        That is mere advocacy, and therefore protected speech. The first amendment protects all advocacy, no matter of what. Speech can’t be criminalized until it crosses the line to incitement, which requires both the subjective intent and the objective likelihood that someone who reads it will immediately go out and act on it. Not tomorrow or next week, right after they read it. Even if you can show that it’s objectively likely to have that effect, which is difficult enough, you’d also have to show, beyond reasonable doubt, that the writer intended it to have that effect. That’s basically impossible.

          Concise in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 3:26 pm

          Wrong on so many levels. Almost not worth my time to respond. First, twitter is not a state actor so the first amendment doesn’t apply. It silences countless others for their claimed “hateful” or “violent” advocacy. Try reading more. Second, this group is not simply engaged in “advocacy.” They are engaged in organized transnational criminal/terrorist acts. They can be designated a terrorist group like hundreds of other “advocates” like CAIR.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 5:28 pm

          Indeed you are wrong on so many levels. Good of you to admit it.

          Of course Twitter is not a state actor. So what? What were you proposing? That the owners lodge a complaint with Twitter?! What possible good could that do? That would be such a stupid proposal that the only reasonable reading of your words is that the complaint be lodged with the authorities, who can do something about it. And the authorities are constrained by the first amendment.

          Second, the group is doing nothing but advocacy. You have no evidence that anyone involved in the group has acted on their advocacy.

          Third, CAIR has not been designated a terrorist group. And fourth, there is no such designation. The law provides for the designation of “Foreign terrorist organizations”, but not of domestic ones. FTOs are designated by the secretary of state, and once so designated it’s illegal to give them any material support. It’s still legal to advocate their cause, of course, because that’s not material support. But “foreign” is a key word there. There is no equivalent status for domestic organizations.

          The Gentle Grizzly in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 7:38 pm

          You two. Get a room.

    As a Georgia resident, I would simply tell police, “He was armed, I was in fear of my life, that’s why I shot him 30 times”…

taurus the judge | July 1, 2022 at 9:10 am

Gee, actively promoting misdemeanor criminal act and property damage.

    CommoChief in reply to taurus the judge. | July 1, 2022 at 10:19 am

    Might be felony. My 4 new tires cost me nearly $800. In areas where the felony threshold is $500 they may have a problem. It’s a planed act of 2 or more so a conspiracy charge isn’t completely out of the question. If an aggressive prosecutor had the right set of facts, Judge and Jury he might sustain a terrorism charge if their State defines terror as an act intended to intimidate.

      taurus the judge in reply to CommoChief. | July 1, 2022 at 10:32 am

      It could be depending on an individual state cut off on cost and whether the act was “malicious” ( defined by that state’s specific statute)

      That definition of “malicious” is somewhat rubber depending on the wording of the statute and defined by case law specific to it.

      Cutting with a tool and damaging the tire is clearly a malicious act.

      Letting the air out ( even with damage) could be viewed as a general misdemeanor arguing mens rea wasn’t the intent to damage.

        CommoChief in reply to taurus the judge. | July 1, 2022 at 11:14 am

        Sue for loss of consortium.

        ‘Your Honor, my client walked out of the restaurant with his spouse who had clearly communicated her desire to immediately return home to reenact ’50 Shades’. The actions of the defendants who with callous disregard, maliciously and deliberately slashed my client’s tires derailed this activity.’ /S ?

          taurus the judge in reply to CommoChief. | July 1, 2022 at 11:20 am

          ACTUALLY, if the person was somehow injured changing the tire, that charge COULD stick.

          It has been done with things like egging, TP and other pranks.

          Nonfeasance carries almost the same weight in those cases as malfeasance.

          CommoChief in reply to CommoChief. | July 1, 2022 at 11:31 am

          ‘ Your Honor, my clients isn’t exactly a man’s man. He is below average physically. This event demonstrated that fact to his Spouse who lost all respect and attraction for my client as a direct result of this event.’

          ‘Your Honor, this was an entirely foreseeable consequence of the illegal actions perpetrated by the defendants. Not everyone knows how to change a tire nor, even with the knowledge, is physically capable of doing so.’

          ‘Your Honor, my client is one such person. His humiliation in this event due to his physical frailty has caused irreparable damage to his ability to maintain his prior relationship with his spouse. But for the coordinated, planned illegal actions of the defendants my client would still enjoy conjugal relations with his spouse.’ /S ?

        Uh, an organized interstate (international?) criminal conspiracy might be a felony?

          jb4 in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 12:35 pm

          How about RICO, except might Garland be donating to their effort?

          venril in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 12:55 pm

          “… except Garland will be providing security to their effort and arresting any who resist.”

          Concise in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 1:56 pm

          As noted below, I think I was too mild. let’s call it what it is. Terrorism.

          Subotai Bahadur in reply to Concise. | July 1, 2022 at 5:33 pm

          NOT an organized, interstate (or international) conspiracy against Deplorables, at least according to current Federal and Soros-state prosecutors.

          Subotai Bahadur

      AnAdultInDiapers in reply to CommoChief. | July 1, 2022 at 1:26 pm

      Don’t forget the fees to get your car transported to the garage and the cost of a taxi/hire car so that you could complete your business in the meantime.

      Subotai Bahadur in reply to CommoChief. | July 1, 2022 at 5:27 pm

      The question is if there is a prosecutor who will charge Leftist criminals. So far, they are pretty safe because no one will prosecute.

      Subotai Bahadur

        CommoChief in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | July 1, 2022 at 5:57 pm

        As long as these actors remain in blue enclaves you are almost certainly correct.

        If they come to Georgia…and are armed, here you have the right to defend yourself against threats, “Officer he had a knife. I was in fear of my life, so I shot them 30 times with my ar15″…it’s a legal defense and is winable in this state.

    Concise in reply to taurus the judge. | July 1, 2022 at 1:55 pm

    Too mild. I suggested organized interstate criminal activity. maybe a simpler way to describe this. Terrorism.

Best not let me catch you doing it. I’ll use you as a chock for my wheel while I change the tire.

    GWB in reply to GWB. | July 1, 2022 at 9:16 am

    Also, if you’re using a knife to do it, you might get an unexpected response based on your imminent presentation of grave bodily harm or death in the form of a deadly weapon.

    Ventilate, get ventilated.

      Evil Otto in reply to GWB. | July 2, 2022 at 7:04 am

      I have a 9mm firearm just for that purpose. Joe Biden assures me that it will blow someone’s lungs out.

      Yep, the standard defense to an armed opponent in Georgia is “Officer he was armed and I was in fear of my life, so I shot them 30 times with my AR15…” That is a valid defense here. It’s used often and prosecutors rarely pursue presecutions here because it’s often not a winable case for them. All you have to do is show that the victim was armed with a weapon…welcome to GA!

texansamurai | July 1, 2022 at 9:19 am

assuming they’re using some sort of edged weapon to slash tires, when caught in the act wonder if could be considered assault with a deadly weapon should they come at the vehicle owner? would lethal force then be justified?

“he was slashing my tires. when confronted, he came at me with a knife. had to shoot him to defend myself.”

    taurus the judge in reply to texansamurai. | July 1, 2022 at 9:29 am

    >>>could be considered assault with a deadly weapon should they come at the vehicle owner?

    Not familiar with every state’s law in the US but everywhere I was, it certainly would meet the requirements for that charge

    >>>would lethal force then be justified?

    Depending on the individual state’s law regarding self defense using lethal force, it most likely would qualify as justification.

    smalltownoklahoman in reply to texansamurai. | July 1, 2022 at 9:44 am

    A definite possibility. Not far fetched at all given how common suvs and trucks (yes I expect those to be targeted too) are all over the nation. And yeah, who would react positively to catching someone damaging their property?

    Victor Immature in reply to texansamurai. | July 1, 2022 at 4:27 pm

    Theyre being instructed to wedge pebbles between the air valve stem and the release needle. s

      henrybowman in reply to Victor Immature. | July 2, 2022 at 2:31 am


      When I read the headline, I definitely saw “slashing.” But when I read further, I saw nothing reported but valve-opening. (Apparently these Einsteins are unaware of a little tool called a valve wrench, which tool is sometimes even included inside the valve cap itself!) So, an annoyance is one thing, but it isn’t damage. And they even leave a leaflet on your windshield in case you didn’t see the flat and were about to drive on it.

      I’m not excusing them. I’m saying they’re perhaps worth a lesson delivered with a shod boot upon encountering them in the act, rather than a tire iron or a 9mm ass-sidewall puncture.

        Victor Immature in reply to henrybowman. | July 2, 2022 at 5:26 pm

        The beating they needed probably should’ve happened a long time ago. I know this type; the “disaffected outsider” types that buy into the propaganda and feel like they’re “part of a movement”. Incapable of logical, independent thought.

        If this happened to me, I’d be pretty pissed and if I caught someone in the act and that switch flipped, it would take a a lot to sort out the aftermath. Caution tape is made from petrloleum so the dingbat gets insult added to injury. Not to mention the diesel belching tow truck.

The Gentle Grizzly | July 1, 2022 at 9:21 am

I can see this going on in Chicago, Noo Yawk, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Maybe Austin.

I do not see it happening in Nashville, Lubbock, Baker City OR, or any place in the California Sierras.

    smalltownoklahoman in reply to The Gentle Grizzly. | July 1, 2022 at 9:51 am

    Agree. If they try this crap outside of the more liberal areas of the USA they better hope and pray they don’t get caught in the act. SUV and truck tires aren’t cheap and the people who drive them typically love their vehicle. They will not respond kindly should they catch someone deliberately damaging their property.

    Not in Birmingham or Charleston, WV either. Montgomery on the other hand, meh.

amatuerwrangler | July 1, 2022 at 9:26 am

How long before someone adds the recently clarified Second Amendment provision of individual right to carry to the situation? As noted above, that knife becomes a weapon capable of serious bodily injury when another person attempts to stop you.

    taurus the judge in reply to amatuerwrangler. | July 1, 2022 at 9:32 am

    Actually ( this has gotten lost in the mix at the moment but will resurface) a “knife” is very much an “arm’ ( defined as a weapon of war) as is a sword, tomahawk, axe, bow and so forth.

    The 2a is NOT limited to just “guns”.

    I’ve been waiting on those challenges for years and believe we are about to see them.

Fat_Freddys_Cat | July 1, 2022 at 9:31 am

These guys are REALLY bad at persuasion. They really think the owner of the SUV will say to him/herself “Gee the knife-wielding whackjobs are right! I’m gonna run out right now and sell my SUV and get a bus pass!”

Um, no.

    Milhouse in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | July 1, 2022 at 11:27 am

    They’re not hoping for gentle persuasion. They’re hoping to raise the cost of owning an SUV to the point where the owner decides it’s no longer worth it. On top of registration, insurance, parking, gas, now she has to deal with having to replace tires on a regular basis? That might be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

      GWB in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 11:58 am

      The camel might not be who they think it is.

      Voyager in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 3:36 pm

      When the alternative is lashing a stroller to the roof and a car seat that goes through the rear window? Not likely.

      CommoChief in reply to Milhouse. | July 1, 2022 at 6:03 pm

      Perhaps an opportunity for the return of an old time protection racket? One staffed by very unforgiving gentlemen who are physically capable of administering severe punishment and have a violent predisposition to do so. Guys that enjoy their work.

Clearly a deadly force attack…

    venril in reply to rduke007. | July 1, 2022 at 12:51 pm

    CC becomes even more desirable.

      In the state of Georgia, 2 things. You can carry for personal defense a knife up to 12″ blade legallly and openly. Also “Officer they had weapons so I was in fear of my life, so I shot them both 30 times with my AR15” is a legally recognized defense in court. Prosecutors here rarely prosecute intended victims if its shown the dead perps had weapons. GA isn’t just a castle state, it’s a place where you are legally allowed to defend yourself from attack.

smalltownoklahoman | July 1, 2022 at 9:41 am

Another form of ecoterrorism and a stupid one at that. Well maybe terrorism is a strong word for this: more like major annoyance. Do these idiots actually think this is going to do much of anything except piss people off at them? They’re certainly not going to abandon their vehicles, and having to have said vehicles towed and tires replaced isn’t really going to do much for the environment. No this is just a bunch of moronic punks lashing out at what they think is an acceptable target and screaming “IT’S FOR THE PLANET” will excuse them. And maybe in more liberal parts of the country DA’s will let them off with just a slap on the wrist if they get punished at all. Out here in flyover country it will likely be a different story though. And out here, heaven help these idiots if they get caught in the act by the vehicle owner, there will be some real violence then!

So I am supposed to be upset when these retards burn their own houses down?

So far my bicycle tires are safe.

    Chum Lee in reply to rhhardin. | July 1, 2022 at 11:16 am

    I guess no one has figured out that respiration (and emission of CO2 thereby) is 3-4 times higher when bicycling, than in a resting state.

stevewhitemd | July 1, 2022 at 9:54 am

“Bad causes attract bad people.”

Remember this: the people wielding knives to slash tires are bad people. Do a deep investigation and you’ll find that they’re just like the Antifa folks, the Occupy Wall Street crowd, and other hard left groups — they’re filled with people with criminal convictions, police records, welfare con artists, layabouts, and the like.

Remember who Kyle Rittenhouse shot when he defended himself — those are the kinds of people who would say, “oh yeah, slashing tires for the environment? Count me in!”

They are people who simply can’t fit into a reasonable society. Intelligent people with jobs, lives, and families do not go about slashing tires, even if they don’t like SUVs and want to ‘save the environment’.

So if you find yourself confronting a person, blade in hand, who has just slashed your tires, you may be comfortably certain that he/she/xim/xer is a bad person. Act accordingly.

Bad causes attract bad people. It’s one of the truisms of the universe.

Is it ok with Twitter that they use their platform to promote criminal actions? LOL sorry I know it is of course ok since these are “good” criminal actions and Twitter supports them.

2smartforlibs | July 1, 2022 at 10:05 am

never bring a knife to a gun fight.

Environmentalists, probably.

The vile Dumb-o-crats’ terrorist cadres are now emboldened, and, why shouldn’t they be? These idiots know full-well from year 2020’s events that saw the Dumb-o-crats’ goose-stepping, insurrectionist/terrorist thugs in “Anti-fa” and in “Black Lives Matter” riot, pillage, destroy, murder, assault and desecrate synagogues, with total impunity (and, indeed, with the over support, lionization and enabling of Dumb-o-crat Party leaders) resulted in no substantive prosecutions and no accountability for their criminal conduct.

    guyjones in reply to guyjones. | July 1, 2022 at 10:28 am

    “… (and, indeed, with the overt support, lionization and enabling of Dumb-o-crat Party leaders) that their orgy of wanton destruction and death resulted in no substantive prosecutions and no accountability for their criminal conduct.” They rightly have nothing to fear from municipal, state and federal prosecutors.

And like most liberal ventures- antithetical to their goals. Tires slashed? need to be junked, adding to environmental problems with used tires, and new tires obtained, using up more petroleum and other resources.

UnCivilServant | July 1, 2022 at 10:57 am

Gee, someone in a major city with enough money to afford an SUV?

These people are attacking people more likely to already agree with them. Fun times.

Petty and mean. This is what the left had become. Petty and mean.

nordic prince | July 1, 2022 at 11:11 am

What’s “totally unnecessary” are brainwashed nutters like these morons.

How much higher are insurance rates in lefty s-holes versus American towns and states?

Do they use horses or do they walk to their “assignments”?

Well….there’s always that good chance someone will get shot. Hope there will be video.

We deal with intruders using motion detecting lights, security cameras, and motion detecting impact sprinklers. The 4 legged variety can destroy a flower bed in minutes – but never get close so long as the batteries hold out in the sprinklers. They deter 2 legged uninvited pests just a well.

Only one of the latter made it to the front door, where I asked the proselytizer “did you ever stop to think that the person living at the end of a 300′ driveway, with a locked gate and NO TRESPASSING signs, several security cameras, a driveway alarm and motion detecting sprinklers, DOES NOT WANT UNINVITED GUESTS?”

    GWB in reply to MrE. | July 1, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    You didn’t follow it with racking the shotgun and murmuring, “You’re just too stupid to live.”?

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to MrE. | July 1, 2022 at 3:00 pm

    Those “doing the work of the Lowerdd” think they are exempt from such things.

      They do. It took a letter to the Kingdom Hall to put an end to it.

      Riffing on the once popular WWJD (What Would Jesus Do) merch, I once made a small placard to mount by the door bell, with a picture of Jesus saying “What Would I Do? Well, for starters, I’d pay some attention to the NO TRESPASSING sign”. Wifey wasn’t amused so I didn’t put it up. Just as well, I was conflicted between the ‘traditional’ rendering of Jesus and ‘contemporary’ Jesus.

        CommoChief in reply to MrE. | July 1, 2022 at 7:18 pm

        Add the phrase ‘do not enter the curtailage of the dwelling’ to your sign.

        That should override any so called ‘implied consent’ nonsense for people to ignore your no trespass sign, enter the porch and ring the bell. Including LEO who rely upon that implied consent nonsense.

healthguyfsu | July 1, 2022 at 1:14 pm

This will, of course, cause those tires to be replaced with yet more tires which are made from vulcanized rubber (which is just great for the environment!).

These folks never seem to think do they?

    artichoke in reply to healthguyfsu. | July 1, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    Nah, they know all this. They just hate us. They’re garden variety scum criminals who are able to greenwash their criminality.

BTW, I think this is a good argument for carrying something that can fire a beanbag round. If only it didn’t mean carrying a decent extra bit of weight.

Don’t EVs have tires?

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to DCFL. | July 1, 2022 at 5:57 pm

    This is not something that can or most importantly will be dealt with by the criminal justice system, as a matter of deliberate choice. The Social Contract has literally broken down, and we are in a functional version of low grade civil war on a large number of issues, heading towards say Kansas in the 1850’s. A major driver of EV purchases is public display of smugness for environmentalism. So in the absence of law and justice, if driving a legal SUV has a cost inflicted on it by the enemy, does it not make sense that driving a legal EV would bear a similar cost?

    Again, emphasizing that just as their conduct is illegal, so would going for the tires of EV’s be; but I toss out the question to our Gentle Host, and his legal colleagues. In the absence of a functioning criminal and civil law system as a deterrent, what remains to deal with criminals operating against innocent people with at the very least tacit acceptance/approval by the legal system?

    Subotai Bahadur

    Subotai Bahadur

I love my Yukon

The best thing for the environment would be to depopulate these tire slashers. I wonder if some sort of gadget can be fitted that would make them regret their action?

Nah, then the owner would end up in court for harming the criminal, and nobody would charge the criminal. Because this is happening in blue jurisdictions!

    henrybowman in reply to artichoke. | July 2, 2022 at 2:38 am

    Well, they fill tires with nitrogen now.
    I wonder if they would work even better if you filled them with Sarin?

theduchessofkitty | July 1, 2022 at 4:42 pm

If they try that here in TX, tires won’t be the ones being slashed.

Your Honor, the deceased had a knife and stood up in a menacing way. I felt that my life was being threatened.

Am I the only one that doesn’t see any evidence of tire slashing?
The flyer and the video both promote letting air out of the tires, not slashing them. The only mention of slashing seems to be coming from FOX.

Don’t get me wrong, letting air out of someone’s tire is still a d1ćkhead move, but it is a far cry from slashing someone’s tires.

    healthguyfsu in reply to fogflyer. | July 2, 2022 at 1:03 am

    If someone deflates your tires in heavy vehicles and it sits long enough in the cold, it is effectively slashed. That tire may no longer be able to handle the load placed on it, especially if someone doesn’t notice and tries to drive away.

And Twitter is fine with them on its platform.

Sure, they’ll hit other cites – but only those in which, like NYC, they are safe from arrest and/or prosecution.

Honestly, I’d love to see them try that in any city in Georgia outside of Atlanta…it won’t go well for them. “I was in fear of my life, so I shot them 30 times officer…”