The picture was debunked very soon after it was posted, yet you posted it with the commentary "A picture is worth a thousand words." I took that as your judgment being clouded by the disgust many of us experience after seeing the video (which is understandable).Where do you see my "emotions" or "judgement" being anywhere near next to being clouded by merely posting a pic and a link from where it came? C'mon now!
A couple of days ago a church that was suing the state and defying corona virus restrictions was torched, and some messages had been spray painted on the church parking lot. My initial reaction was anger, because I'm against the lock down and the actions fit my anti-lock down bias. I was going to post the article here, but then I stepped back, as something just didn't pass the smell test. So I did not post the article (but it was posted by another member). The investigation is still ongoing, and I'm still skeptical.
When I first saw the image you posted, I thought "Holy crap!" But then I thought "That's too convenient." Sure enough, after a quick search, I discovered the picture was just part of a false narrative.
There are those that just want to divide us, and they try to turn embers into conflagrations. It's up to us to take a breather before we re-post information that is inflammatory.