Photos: Minneapolis burns: More BS that White Americans were told: Kick out Trump & the Black violence stops – NOT!
[So they said that if you vote for Trump that BLM and ANTIFA will cause endless violence. However, after cheating Trump out of power … here we find new instances of mindless violence for no reasons at all. Now we see yet another city on fire. Trying to negotiate with, and deal with your ENEMY is a waste of time. The only thing to do with your enemy is to fight back. To try to appease your enemy is stupid. It never works. In the end, White Americans have lost and lost some more. You lost your president and you never got the peace you hoped for. But don't worry. We also made many similar mistakes ourselves. So don't take it too personally. This is the mess all Whites are in. There is only one answer: White Unity. Everything else is nonsense. American cities that were peaceful … are now like war zones. Liberalism is a terrible thing. Jan]
Unrest Erupts in Minneapolis Amid Protests Over Police-Involved Shooting
BY TOM OZIMEK June 5, 2021 Updated: June 5, 2021biggersmaller Print
Minneapolis saw an outbreak of unrest on Friday night, after a vigil and protests over the shooting death of a man by members of a U.S. Marshals task force devolved into chaotic scenes of looting, arson, and vandalism.
The second night of protests followed Thursday’s fatal shooting of 32-year-old Winston Boogie Smith Jr., who was wanted on a weapons violation and fired a gun before two deputies shot him.
Members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force were trying to arrest Smith on a warrant for allegedly being a felon in possession of a gun, according to authorities. The Marshals Service said in a statement Thursday that Smith, who was in a parked vehicle, didn’t comply with law enforcement and “produced a handgun resulting in task force members firing upon the subject.”
Family and friends of Smith Jr. spoke at a vigil on Friday at the location of the fatal shooting, with video from the scene showing an unidentified man calling for “justice” and for the crowd to “say his name.”
Later, protesters blocked parts of Hennepin Avenue and Lake Street in Uptown Minneapolis, police announced in a tweet, urging people to avoid the area.
Footage from later in the evening showed multiple fires burning, and police making arrests.
Police in riot gear faced off with some protesters, asking them to clear the area. At around 2 a.m., there was still a large police presence in the area, with footage showing a vehicle surrounded by law enforcement and additional arrests being made.
Video shared on social media showed a crowd of mostly masked individuals breaking into a T-Mobile outlet, with two men hoisting a third as a battering ram to shatter the window.
Moments later, people were seen rushing into the store through the broken window before exiting sometime later, with an alarm sounding in the background.
Police said at least nine people were arrested on possible charges including suspicion of riot, assault, arson, and damage to property.
The unrest came as Minneapolis has been on edge since the death of George Floyd just over a year ago, and the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright by an officer in nearby Brooklyn Center in April.