Black Lives Matter protesters laid siege to a number of cities over the weekend including my hometown: Memphis, Tennessee.
They shut down the Interstate 40 bridge over the Mississippi River -- stranding thousands of motorists for hours -- in sweltering heat.
Blocking a roadway is a crime under Tennessee law.
Yet Memphis police officers were told to stand down and allow the agitators to block the Hernando-Desoto Bridge. They used to call that kind of behavior aiding and abetting.
Not a single person was arrested.