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Riots in Minneapolis, MN over George Floyd death.

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there's just so many people 'watching', recording and figuring stuff out...
 

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like a city council that chooses to have 'closed door sessions' under the heading of 'city interest'
 

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Minneapolis Pawn Shop Owner Shot & Killed Suspected Looter: Report

The owner of Cadillac Pawn & Jewelry, a store in Minneapolis, Minnesota, shot and killed a suspected looter, according to a reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

https://heavy.com/news/2020/05/cadillac-pawn-minneapolis-shot-looter-report/
 

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Perfect! There are entire sections of Detroit that need to be burned to the ground to make room for all the domestic car manufacturing Trump is bringing back. The ghetto neighborhoods need a good cleansing and that's as good a place as any to construct the new factories

Muslims will further encroach. They already owned warren and green field into detroit from dearborn like 12 years ago.
 

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Police chief: Much of riot damage caused by those from outside Minneapolis
https://bringmethenews.com/minnesota-news/police-chief-much-of-riot-damage-caused-by-those-from-outside-minneapolis
An "all-out effort" is being made to stop the violence and destruction.
JOE NELSONUPDATED:MAY 28, 2020ORIGINAL:MAY 28, 2020


After a night of destruction caused by rioting in south Minneapolis, city leaders say they are going to do everything they can going forward to ensure a similar outcome doesn't happen in the coming days.

Mayor Jacob Frey said that "we will have an all-out effort to restore peace and security" in Minneapolis, with Chief of Police Medaria Arradondo said criminal behavior seen in the last 24 hours will not be allowed.

"If individuals, as it occurred last night, are committing behavior and acts which are criminal … if they're looting those stores, if they're robbing people … if they are setting buildings and structures on fire, which are harming the safety of our elderly and our youth, I cannot allow that," Arradondo said.

"I know that there is currently deficit of hope in our city," he added, noting that Minneapolis Police Department has a played a role in that deficit, most recently being involved in the in-custody death of 46-year-old George Floyd. "But I will not allow to continue to increase that deficit by re-traumatizing our folks in our community."

Arradondo noted that the majority of protesters were peaceful, but there was a "core group of people causing some destruction," including much of the damage believed to have been caused by non-Minneapolis residents.

"I will just say it was clear to me and hearing from local community leaders that many of the people involved were not known Minneapolitans," Arradondo said.

"There were certainly those not recognized as being from the city."

"This work is about protecting community. This work is about protecting infrastructure needed to get through this pandemic together," Frey said. "Our communities need grocery stores for food, we need banks for cash, we need pharmacies for medication."

Grocery stores and pharmacies were among the dozens of businesses looted and damaged, some even completely destroyed, during riots late Wednesday into Thursday morning.

According to Minneapolis Fire Department, crews responded to at least 30 fire calls in the city, including 16 structure fires.

Arradondo explained that a unified command system has been established, giving MPD resources and support from surrounding law enforcement agencies and the Minnesota State Patrol.

In addition. Mayor Frey confirmed that he is asking for support from the National Guard.

"Yes. I have made that phone call to the governor and it has been requested," said Frey, though he didn't know if Gov. Walz would grant the City of Minneapolis support from the Guard.

There were some reports of injuries to police officers and community members, though none were serious a result directly related to the protesting.
 

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Actress Frances Fisher Calls For A 'Race War' Against White People In Wake Of George Floyd's Death

Actress Frances Fisher called for a "race war" against white people in response to George Floyd's death and said she is on team "#BlackLivesMatter."

Fisher, who identifies as Jewish, tweeted Tuesday: "They want a race war. We'll give them a race war. I'm with #BlackLivesMatter. We will win."

"It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains," Fisher tweeted, quoting cop killer Assata Shakur.

Fisher's threatening tweet was deleted as of Wednesday night, though it's not clear whether she deleted it herself or it was deleted by Twitter for violating their rules.

I'd say odds are she deleted the tweet herself as Twitter generally allows leftists to call for violence without any issue.

Regardless, Minneapolis went up in flames a day after her tweet.

https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61476
 

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https://www.mintpressnews.com/chief-prosecutor-amy-klobuchar-dismissed-charges-cop-killed-george-floyd/267933/#.Xs8__cbNp6U.twitter
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As Chief Prosecutor, Klobuchar Declined to Bring Charges Against Cop that Killed George Floyd

he latest example of America’s racist police brutality problem was caught on camera in Minneapolis Monday, as Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on 46-year-old African-American George Floyd’s neck for over seven minutes until he passed out and died. In its headline on its website, Minneapolis police described the event as “man dies after medical incident during police interaction,” laundering themselves of any responsibility. Chauvin continued his assault even as Floyd desperately pleaded that he could not breathe, while bystanders protested his brutality. “You’re fucking stopping his breathing there, bro,” warned one concerned passer-by. Even after passing out, Chauvin did not release pressure on his neck. Chauvin has killed multiple times before while in uniform, has shot and wounded others and is well-known to local activist groups.

A history of racist policing, thanks to Klobuchar

Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, who Joe Biden recently asked to undergo vetting to be his running mate for November, issued a very tepid statement about the incident, describing the police killing of an unarmed black man over an alleged forged check as merely an “officer involved shooting,” – a copaganda word often used by police as a euphemism for “murder.”

Klobuchar also called for a “complete and thorough outside investigation into what occurred, and those involved in this incident must be held accountable.” However, this is unlikely to occur, in no small part because of Klobuchar herself and the precedent she set while serving as the state’s chief prosecutor between 1999 and 2007. In that time, she declined to bring charges against more than two dozen officers who had killed citizens while on duty – including against Chauvin himself, who shot and killed Wayne Reyes in 2006 and would later go on to shoot more civilians while in uniform.

At the same time, however, Klobuchar was ramping up the number of arrests as part of her tough-on-crime agenda, something which inordinately affected people of color. In her first year in office alone, the prison sentences for first-degree drug crimes doubled. Activists allege her embracing of the broken window-style policing was a deliberate strategy to win support in the white suburbs of Minneapolis, to the detriment of the city’s non-white communities, bolstering her successful run for senate in 2006. A case in point is Elsayed Salim, who was convicted of failing to declare a secondary income that put him above the threshold for welfare and food stamps. A judge sentenced Salim to 364 days in jail – deliberately attempting to protect him from deportation by keeping his sentencing under a year which downgraded the case from a felony to a gross misdemeanor. An outraged Klobuchar appealed the decision, lobbying for an upgrade and condemning the state’s judges for “letting offenders off the hook too easily.” Mr. Salim was subsequently deported.

While it may not be the first city that comes to mind, data shows that Minneapolis is among the most racist cities in the United States for racial profiling and police stops. The police force’s own data shows that, while black people make up only 18 percent of the population, they were involved in nearly half of all police stops. Conversely, whites make up 60 percent of the population but figured in less than 21 percent of the stops. 62 percent of body searches and 63 percent of people whose cars were searched were also black. Thus, Floyd’s killing is merely a viral example of a wider phenomenon, a spark that ignited a powder keg of resentment that had been building for some time.
her husband lives/operates in nyc as a 'criminal justice reform' advocate. he's neck-deep in the violent crime rise caused by releasing convicted criminals from ny jails.
 

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after decades of social/racial engineering.......this is minneapolis/st paul coming out party

welcome to the big leagues of shithole. no more lurking in the shadowns on kooky message boards.

this is cnn.
 

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Actress Frances Fisher Calls For A 'Race War' Against White People In Wake Of George Floyd's Death

Actress Frances Fisher called for a "race war" against white people in response to George Floyd's death and said she is on team "#BlackLivesMatter."

Fisher, who identifies as Jewish, tweeted Tuesday: "They want a race war. We'll give them a race war. I'm with #BlackLivesMatter. We will win."

"It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains," Fisher tweeted, quoting cop killer Assata Shakur.

Fisher's threatening tweet was deleted as of Wednesday night, though it's not clear whether she deleted it herself or it was deleted by Twitter for violating their rules.

I'd say odds are she deleted the tweet herself as Twitter generally allows leftists to call for violence without any issue.

Regardless, Minneapolis went up in flames a day after her tweet.

https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61476
Who's this douchebag? I've never heard of this bitch!
 

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Who's this douchebag? I've never heard of this bitch!
i think it's a transgender. looks like one

..........

that's the new gig that the retards are using on activist celebrities and wannabees --- they post messages asking them if they are trans. the sjw's cant react negatively.....because sjw rules.......but they still get annoyed. funny stuff
 

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NBC Bans Reporters From Using The Word ‘Riot’ In Coverage Of Minnesota Riots

NBC is prohibiting reporters from using the word “riot” in its coverage of violent outbursts in Minnesota that have occurred in response to the killing of George Floyd. “While the situation on the ground in Minneapolis is fluid, and there has been violence, it is most accurate at this time to describe what is happening there as ‘protests’–not riots,” NBC host Craig Melvin wrote on Twitter Thursday.

Floyd died Monday, and a video later surfaced showing police officers pinning him to the ground, with one stepping on his neck. Floyd could be heard pleading with the officers that he couldn’t breathe, and his family has called for murder charges to be filed against them. The officers involved have all been fired from their positions at the Minnesota Police Department, but no charges have been brought as of Thursday afternoon. Floyd’s death sparked an outpouring of grief, and led to riots and looting in Minneapolis Wednesday night. Rioters set the city ablaze, and several businesses were robbed or burned down, including Wendy’s and Autozone. A group of armed Minnesotans could be seen standing in front of local stores during the riots, attempting to protect them from looting, while also expressing their outrage over Floyd’s death.

https://dailycaller.com/2020/05/28/nbc-riot-minnesota-george-floyd/
 

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I now know what a protest looks like...hmmm

i wonder how bad a riot is???
 

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Minnesota Governor Activates National Guard

[ST. PAUL, MN] – Governor Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-65, activating the Minnesota National Guard to help protect Minnesotans’ safety and maintain peace in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Local leaders have requested National Guard resources after extensive damage to private property occurred and peaceful protests evolved into a dangerous situation for protesters and first responders.

“It is time to rebuild. Rebuild the city, rebuild our justice system, and rebuild the relationship between law enforcement and those they’re charged to protect. George Floyd’s death should lead to justice and systemic change, not more death and destruction. As George Floyd’s family has said, ‘Floyd would not want people to get hurt. He lived his life protecting people.’ Let’s come together to rebuild, remember, and seek justice for George Floyd,” said Governor Walz.

“The anger and grief of this moment is unbearable. People deserve to be seen. People deserve to be heard. People deserve to be safe,” said Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan. “While many Minnesotans are taking extensive safety precautions while exercising their right to protest, the demonstration last night became incredibly unsafe for all involved. The purpose of the National Guard is to protect people, to protect people safely demonstrating, and to protect small business owners.”

“As Governor, I will always defend the right to protest,” Governor Walz continued. “It is how we express pain, process tragedy, and create change. That is why I am answering our local leaders’ request for Minnesota National Guard assistance to protect peaceful demonstrators, neighbors, and small businesses in Minnesota.”

The National Guard Adjutant General will work with local government agencies to provide personnel, equipment, and facilities needed to respond to and recover from this emergency.

Additionally, the Minnesota State Patrol will assist in public safety efforts for the next several days. Approximately 200 troopers will work with state, county, and local community and public safety partners. State Patrol helicopters and fixed wind aircraft will also be available to assist law enforcement officers on the ground.

This Executive Order also declares a peacetime emergency, which activates the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) to help coordinate the state’s response. As the SEOC is already activated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will concurrently support the COVID-19 response and the City of Minneapolis and surrounding communities during this situation.

https://breaking911.com/minnesota-governor-activates-national-guard/
 

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got one to look at -- levy-armstrong.

http://www.louisianaweekly.com/tear...test-death-of-george-floyd-in-police-custody/

Nekima Levy-Armstrong, a community organizer, first called for a protest on Facebook.

“Friends, Please wear your masks and join us if you can in demanding justice for the Black man who was unjustly killed by Minneapolis Police yesterday in broad daylight,” she wrote.

“We can’t escape police violence even in a global pandemic.”
That's why it came to that.

All these revolutionaries and agitators with their racialist inciting; and accusations against the police - who have to just sit and take it.

A fuse was gonna blow; and blow, it did.

I do not excuse it. But this is what HAPPENS when you grind people's faces into a false-reality that makes them demons, for their skin color.

And this groid-rioting, is also what happens - when you cultivate a sense of entitlement over four generations; and then tell them they should go out and burn everythign when things don't go their way, and reality shows its face.
 

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Rioting and Looting Begins in St. Paul After Night of Chaos in Minneapolis

Riots and looting have kicked off in St. Paul after a night of violence, chaos and destruction in Minneapolis the night before.

Law abiding citizens are being urged to avoid retail areas in St. Paul for their own safety as violent gangs of looters have began to attack cop cars with bricks and smash their way into buildings.

“Due to the potential for flash looting in Maplewood, Police are urging people to avoid retail areas until further notice,” the Maplewood Police tweeted.

The opportunistic looters claim to be protesting racism and police brutality with their disgusting actions, which have included arson.

Much like the previous day, the looting spree appeared to begin at a Target.

“Officers first responded to the Target on University Avenue around 11:30 a.m. and found between 50 and 60 people grabbing merchandise off the shelves without paying, said St. Paul police spokesman Steve Linders. Many dropped the goods and ran when authorities arrived,” the Star Tribune reports.

The mob also attacked Cub Foods, a local shoe store, and several other businesses by late afternoon.

Officers from St. Paul who went to Minneapolis to help fight the crime and arsonists have returned to their city to help defend it.

They have now used tear gas in an attempt to disperse the criminals.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/05/spreading-rioting-looting-begins-st-paul-night-chaos-minneapolis-video/
 

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Minneapolis city systems temporarily brought down by cyberattack
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incredible find. MUST WATCH

the felon and the cop on the neck knew each other AND WORKED TOGETHER as security guards

hoax confirmed
Your race baiting is confirmed, that's about it.
 

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Your race baiting is confirmed, that's about it.
not too good at math are you? how many people live in that metro area? what are the odds the two star actors were coworkers?

discernment. google it.
 

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not too good at math are you? how many people live in that metro area? what are the odds the two star actors were coworkers?

discernment. google it.
Cops work security at clubs as a side gig, and they still have bouncers at the door to screen who comes into the club, to keep things calm, and protect the business from problems.

Have you ever been to clubs?

Edit to add: You're a race pimp, it's a fetish with you.
 
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Amy Klobuchar didn't prosecute officer at center of George Floyd's death after previous conduct complaints
https://www.theweek.com/speedreads/916926/amy-klobuchar-didnt-prosecute-officer-center-george-floyds-death-after-previous-conduct-complaints

George Floyd's death in police custody is renewing criticism of Sen. Amy Klobuchar's (D-Minn.) prosecutorial record.

Before she became a senator and a top contender for former Vice President Joe Biden's vice presidential spot, Klobuchar spent eight years as the Hennepin County attorney, in charge of prosecution for Minneapolis. And while in that position, Klobuchar declined to prosecute multiple police officers cited for excessive force, and did not prosecute the officer who kneeled on Floyd's neck as he protested, The Guardian reports.

Ex-Minneapolis police officer Derick Chauvin saw at least 10 conduct complaints during his 19-year tenure before he was fired Tuesday, according to a database that documents complaints against police. In particular, he was involved in the shooting death of a man who had stabbed other people before attacking police, as well as some other undisclosed complaints. Klobuchar did not prosecute Chauvin and other officers involved for the first death, which occurred in October 2006 while she was running for Senate. The case was under investigation when Klobuchar took office in the Senate in Jan. 2007, and later went to a grand jury, which declined to charge the officers. Chauvin was later placed on leave when he and other officers shot and wounded a Native American man in 2011.
 

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George Floyd, fired officer overlapped security shifts at south Minneapolis club
A former club owner in south Minneapolis says the now-fired police officer and the black man who died in his custody this week both worked security for her club up to the end of last year.


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George Floyd and now-former Officer Derek Chauvin both worked security at the El Nuevo Rodeo club on Lake Street, according to Maya Santamaria. Santamaria owned the building for nearly two decades, but sold the venue within the last few months.
"Chauvin was our off-duty police for almost the entirety of the 17 years that we were open," Santamaria said. "They were working together at the same time, it's just that Chauvin worked outside and the security guards were inside."

5 INVESTIGATES has reached out to Chauvin's attorney and the Minneapolis Police Department, but they could not be reached for comment at the time this story was published.
Although the two overlapped working security on popular music nights within the last year, Santamaria can not say for certain they knew each other because there were often a couple dozen security guards, including off-duty officers.

Santamaria says she did not recognize either one of her security guards in the video showing Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck not far from where they used to work.

"My friend sent me (the video) and said this is your guy who used to work for you and I said, 'It's not him.' And then they did the closeup and that's when I said, 'Oh my God, that's him,'" Santamaria said. "I didn't recognize George as one of our security guys because he looked really different lying there like that."

Santamaria still operates La Raza 95.7 FM radio station in the same building that houses El Nuevo Rodeo, but a power outage has knocked them off-air as a result of Tuesday's protests. The Latino owned business is two blocks east of where protests erupted in front of the Minneapolis Police Department Third Precinct and spilled into nearby businesses. Like their neighbors, the building's glass doors are shattered and now covered in graffiti.

"All of the neighborhood has come out to volunteer and clean up and lend a hand," Santamaria said.

Santamaria says they are still updating the Latino community on their Facebook page until they can get power back.

https://kstp.com/news/george-floyd-fired-officer-overlapped-security-shifts-at-south-minneapolis-club-may-28-2020/5743990/?fbclid=IwAR1amXHU3ZUuI0PTOGER8GvgMTMwAfr94WHHWA2UGtn5UACs_Yq286a_z0U
 

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George Floyd, fired officer overlapped security shifts at south Minneapolis club
A former club owner in south Minneapolis says the now-fired police officer and the black man who died in his custody this week both worked security for her club up to the end of last year.


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George Floyd and now-former Officer Derek Chauvin both worked security at the El Nuevo Rodeo club on Lake Street, according to Maya Santamaria. Santamaria owned the building for nearly two decades, but sold the venue within the last few months.
"Chauvin was our off-duty police for almost the entirety of the 17 years that we were open," Santamaria said. "They were working together at the same time, it's just that Chauvin worked outside and the security guards were inside."

5 INVESTIGATES has reached out to Chauvin's attorney and the Minneapolis Police Department, but they could not be reached for comment at the time this story was published.
Although the two overlapped working security on popular music nights within the last year, Santamaria can not say for certain they knew each other because there were often a couple dozen security guards, including off-duty officers.

Santamaria says she did not recognize either one of her security guards in the video showing Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck not far from where they used to work.

"My friend sent me (the video) and said this is your guy who used to work for you and I said, 'It's not him.' And then they did the closeup and that's when I said, 'Oh my God, that's him,'" Santamaria said. "I didn't recognize George as one of our security guys because he looked really different lying there like that."

Santamaria still operates La Raza 95.7 FM radio station in the same building that houses El Nuevo Rodeo, but a power outage has knocked them off-air as a result of Tuesday's protests. The Latino owned business is two blocks east of where protests erupted in front of the Minneapolis Police Department Third Precinct and spilled into nearby businesses. Like their neighbors, the building's glass doors are shattered and now covered in graffiti.

"All of the neighborhood has come out to volunteer and clean up and lend a hand," Santamaria said.

Santamaria says they are still updating the Latino community on their Facebook page until they can get power back.

https://kstp.com/news/george-floyd-fired-officer-overlapped-security-shifts-at-south-minneapolis-club-may-28-2020/5743990/?fbclid=IwAR1amXHU3ZUuI0PTOGER8GvgMTMwAfr94WHHWA2UGtn5UACs_Yq286a_z0U
Interesting shit, don't you think?
 

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Interesting shit, don't you think?
Based on this, I think there was bad blood between the two.

And then, the non-cop gets caught in a situation where he's expected to comply - and he gets an attitude.

I think this prime actor, just blew his lid after months of having to eat the black guy's excrement, in order to try to pay the bills on a moonlight gig.
 

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Weird stuff

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Why would they? In modern suburbia, you don't know your neighbors. Because all sense of neighborhood was ended when the black-robed social engineers decided da wunnerful mine-ore-itties, hadda right to live where da fukk dey wanted.

So. Your neighbors are, at least partly, determined by courts and federal mortgage funding and other social engineering. You can't pick to live in a neighborhood with Polacks because you're a Polack, too. That be RAY-SISSED. Ask anyone from Parma, Ohio - a Cleveland suburb destroyed by court-ordered public housing.

What is weird is what the government has done to all our lives.
 

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Thats the corner of university and snelling. Cops there are never startled because they dont bother to patrol that shitty intercetion.
incredible find. MUST WATCH

the felon and the cop on the neck knew each other AND WORKED TOGETHER as security guards

hoax confirmed
You guys are getting closer to finding the truth. Good job Gimmers! (Minneapolis is really a small town where most everyone knows everyone)

How do I know?Well, I lived in that neighborhood where the riots broke out and was last there Saturday helping a friend move into an apartment about three blocks east of the 3rd prescient police station. Just watched my fav tobacco shop burn down last night and knew the Armenian that ran it quite well. First logged into Gold Eagle and learned the Internet at the library two blocks east of that cop shop in 1998.

I live in Bloomington now and as I reported earlier on the forum, downtown since COVID is a white mans no go zone.

Sadly, I knew the cop that killed Floyd. I was sad for Floyd at first, like everyone else until I started to get firsthand information of what is really going on there.

Of course if the media is your only source of information, well, it is so one sided I never even bothered to comment on what I saw because the media is so one sided. Like BF talking about all his x wifes. Sure there is truth in it, but I will not pass judgment until I hear HER side of the story.

I'm not going to say what I know because I am more interested in what you guys think from just watching it from a distance.

I will say something about officer Derek Chauvin/almost didn't recognize him in this picture because this is not how he normally looks.
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To me he looks like he 'flipped out'. what we call here NIGGER FATIGUE / NF.

If you never experienced NF I cant explain it, its kinda like the feeling you would get if you caught your wife in bed with ur best friend. You want to break someones neck, even if you are the most mellow guy on the force. I dont excuse his actions at all, but I sure as HELL understand.

Personally, when I saw him on the day he snuffed floyd I thought of this picture from Full Metal Jacket

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Nobody and I mean nobody sticks up for Chauvin and he is the only cop in that prescient that had any balls. Everyone on the street knew him. Hated by outlaws, loved by law abiding citizens. The rest of those cops there I was glad to see their police station burn down last night.

I could tell you alot about Floyd from what I know and heard on the street. If you look/heard his 'girlfriend' and lived on Lake Street you would know what I mean. Leave it at that. I want to draw attention to the only good cop on Lake Street that even the weak ass mayor just threw under the bus. What a puss, the mayor was crying at a press conference like a little girl. Thats when people in Mini got freaked out and realized they are on their own. You loose 'Dirty Harry' and guess what? Well, just watch the news. The riots are for real.



But there is much more too it. You guys actually do a better job here than over at Zerohedge. Keep up the good work. Maybe there is hope for us yet.

Meanwhile, hahahahha, my buddy is back in Bloomington, he didn't care for his 'housewarming' as I chided him about it when he came back, of course

Thats my job....
 

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What sort of mainstream media coverage are these shenanigans receiving in the US?