Friday, May 29, 2020

Violence and looting everywhere. Atlanta Mayor is literally going “CNN is on our side please stop attacking their building”

"I think lockdown is over, everyone."

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This is on one party. And it’s not the @gop.

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Rioters in Minneapolis during protests against police over the death of George Floyd on Wednesday evening smashed the windows of storefronts housing local charter schools, along with other tenants in a local commercial district. Floyd, 36, died on Memorial Day in police custody after officers had handcuffed him and were leaning their weight on his body by a patrol car, with one officer kneeling on his neck. As Floyd said, “I can’t breathe,” onlookers asked police to relent. The incident, which was filmed, has drawn national outrage, with President Donald Trump calling Wednesday for an investigation by the Department of Justice and the FBI. Protests in Minneapolis turned violent, as people began looting local stores, stealing property from some and simply smashing others. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that charter schools were among the facilities damaged. Charter schools, which are publicly-funded schools that operate independently, are often popular within minority communities, as they represent the potential for escape from failing public school systems, which are typically controlled by politically powerful teachers’ unions.

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Speaks for itself.

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President Donald Trump reacted angrily to the third night of rioting and looting in Minneapolis on Thursday in reaction to the death of George Floyd. “These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen,” Trump wrote on Twitter. The president criticized Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey as a “very weak Radical Left Mayor” who was failing the city of Minneapolis. “I can’t stand back and watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis,” he wrote. “A total lack of leadership.” Multiple businesses were set on fire as rioters attacked the 3rd Precinct headquarters. Frey said it was his decision for police to abandon the precinct, citing the danger to both police and protesters. “The symbolism of a building cannot outweigh the importance of lives of our officers or the public, we could not risk serious injury to anyone,” he said defending his decision in an early morning press conference, adding that, “brick and mortar is not as important as life.”

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