Minneapolis council members have been criticizing the police and calling for the department’s defunding since George Floyd’s death at the end of May. In June, the Democrat council voted to unanimously to abolish the police department. So, people were caught off a bit off guard during a two-hour meeting discussing police reform, when city politicians started complaining to the city’s chief of Police about rising crime rates:
After the recent riots in Minneapolis that saw over 1,500 businesses damaged, looted and many completely destroyed, business owners want to install metal security shutters in front of their storefronts to protect their businesses from vandals and looting.
With Democrat city mayors denouncing their own police forces, hamstringing police efforts to fight crime and planning to defund police, it should come as no surprise that this has resulted in a dramatic increase in criminal activity in these cities.
At the end of June, some silly members of Powderhorn Park, a suburb of Minneapolis Minnesota, convinced residents to allow drug addicts, their dealers and others to set up a camp in the community’s local park.
With demands by left-wing radicals to defund or fully dismantle police, a horrified grandfather told reporters “We need more police” after his 11-year-old black grandson was killed at an “anti-violence” cook out. The Daily Wire explains what happened: Over the weekend, an 11-year-old child was shot and killed by stray gunfire after leaving an “anti-violence” cookout put on by his mother Crystal McNeal, a so-called “violence interrupter” in D.C., where she works to stop potential violence by speaking to the area’s most hardened criminals. The criminals connected to young Davon’s death remain at large, though a report from The Washington Post published on Sunday suggests gang activity might have been related to the shooting; Davon, of course, not being a target but an innocent bystander. As the cookout ended, Davon left to retrieve a phone charger and earbuds. At the same time, police say about five men started shooting at one another on a street nearby the cookout. READ: 11-Year-Old Black Child Shot And Killed After ‘Anti-Violence’ Cookout; Grandfather: ‘We Need More Police’ An eight-year-old black girl was killed …
After Minneapolis city council unanimously passed a resolution on June 12 to defund its police force, several black leaders took to the stage to condemn the council’s decision. They weren’t polite either.
7-Sigma Inc., a manufacturing company employing dozens of people in Minneapolis, announced it will be moving out of the city, after its building was burned to the ground during the rioting. This followed Minneapolis City Council’s announcement, that it has enough support to dismantle the city police force. Council president Lisa Bender claimed the ability to call the police for help is a sign of privilege. The Daily Wire writes: “They don’t care about my business,” Kris Wyrobek, president and owner of 7-Sigma Inc., told the Star Tribune. “They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own.” As he watched a nearby business burn to the ground, Wyrobek noted, “The fire engine was just sitting there, but they wouldn’t do anything.” According to the Star Tribune the Minneapolis riots: Completely destroyed 52 businesses; Severely damaged 30 businesses; and Damaged over 1,000 businesses. READ: IT BEGINS: Rioters Burned Down Minneapolis Manufacturer. Now They’re Relocating, Taking Jobs With Them
A short 56 video shows that parts of Minneapolis looks like a war zone when demonstrations protesting the horrific death of George Floyd turned violent.
In a news conference today (May 30, 202), Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said that the dynamic has changed and the city is now being destroyed by people from outside the city.
Minneapolis is aflame as protestors express their outrage over the death of George Floyd, a black man who was arrested and then died, as a result of a police officer putting his knee on Floyd’s neck as he lay on the ground handcuffed. The disturbing incident was videoed by several people. Though the protests turned violent, many of the protestors were peacefully expressing their outrage over what happened. Christian Post provided a breakdown of Floyd’s final minutes: “I can’t breathe. My face,” he responded as the officer kept pressing into his neck and asked him, “What do you want?” “I can’t breathe. Your knee’s in my neck. I can’t breathe, sh*t,” he said. Floyd cried for his mother in desperation as his pleas to the officer went unheeded. “Mama! Mama!” he cried. Floyd then tells the officer pinning him down that he was feeling pain everywhere. “My stomach hurt. My neck hurt. Everything hurts,” he said. Floyd was soon begging for water. “Water or something. Please. Please,” he said. About a minute-and-a-half into the video, …