This is a link to a post at Patriots.win:
I could criticize this or that decision made by the driver, but in general, I won’t. I will be a prisoner before I allow any gang of hooligans to Reginald Denny me. Every citizen of this country has due cause to feel threatened with potentially lethal force if accosted by a mob. That’s what’s in the air these days. The left has created a nation under duress, with courts, governments, juries and judges, voters (vote-counters), employers and corporations, media producers and every other flavor of cowardly toady making decisions *under duress*.
Each of us is at significant risk now in any but the most comfortable and familiar settings. The probability in that risk is very low, but the severity is now very high. This is the rational, mathematical justification for feeling very ill-at-ease whenever things start to get even slightly sketchy. As good Bayesians, we do not assess our current odds of survival based on bland long-term averages — not when making decisions in a suddenly deteriorating situation. This driver knew that once his car was stopped and surrounded, his options condensed to fight or flight. It is literally not his fault that a mob attempted to imprison him for their amusement.
For the less-culpable morons further down the road who also got flattened, that’s what happens when you insert yourself into bad situations. If you can’t take the heat, stay out of the kitchen. The perfectly culpable morons who stopped him by standing in front of his car and accosted him from the sides deserve whatever they got and more.
Or perhaps the driver should have just voted harder.