Houston Man Tries To Blow Up Confederate Statue

Andrew Schneckm, 25, was arrested for attempting to blow up the General Dowling Monument located in Hermann Park in Houston, according to  Acting U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez.

Liberals are actively encouraging this, as are some in the GOP for not calling it out.

According to the complaint, a Houston park ranger spotted Schneck on the ground near the General Dowling Monument where he was allegedly holding “two small boxes with various items inside to include what appeared to be duct tape and wires.”

Schneck initially complied with the ranger’s request to drop what he was holding but then tried to drink what turned out to be liquid explosives from a plastic bottle.

The ranger called the Houston Police Department (HPD) who conducted a series of field tests upon arriving on the scene:

The clear liquid was field tested as was a white powdery substance found in a small, black aluminum tube which revealed they were most likely nitroglycerin and Hexamethylene triperoxide diamine (HMTD), respectively, according to the charges. HMTD is a high explosive organic compound used as an initiating, or primary explosive. Nitroglycerin has been used as an active ingredient in the manufacture of explosives. ln its pure form, nitroglycerin is a contact explosive, with physical shock causing it to explode, which degrades over time to even more unstable forms. Nitroglycerin is highly dangerous to transport or use. ln its undiluted form, it is one of the world’s most powerful explosives.  DailyCaller

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