Earlier today, protesters rioted in front of a St. Paul Target store, as a way to pay back MN police for the death of George Floyd. Floyd died after he was arrested by a MN police officer for allegedly committing forgery. The police officer was caught on camera holding Floyd down by his neck with his knee, while Floyd repeatedly complained he couldn’t breathe.

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70-year-old Diane Binns was not happy with the so-called “protesters” when she arrived at Target to pick up her sick daughter’s prescription, only to discover the store had been ransacked.

Binns, the former president of the St. Paul, MN NAACP was caught on video in the parking lot of the Target store, shouting through her N95 mask about how she can’t wait one more day for her daughter’s prescription.

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“St. Paul ain’t got shit to do with what happened,” she shouted. “These people don’t give a damn about George Floyd, because they took and fired the police officers, they’re gonna charge them when the investigation is over.”

A woman near her can be heard interjecting, “They got the FBI investigating him. C’mon, now.”

“That’s right,” Ms. Binns responded. “And so, hell, leave this shit alone. These motherfuckers need to go home.”

Binns later confirmed her identity to Lopez, noting that she had been president of the St. Paul NAACP from 2016 to 2018. She added that she had attended a political protest after Lopez’s death — one that was hijacked by rioters:

This morning, the Minneapolis Target was looted:

Police lined up in front of the St. Paul Target store, trying to prevent what hapened earlier today when looters destroyed the interior and exterior of the store:

Here’s another look at the inside of Target in Minneapolis as it was being looted:

 

Earlier tonight, Democrat Governor Walz declared a state of emergency in Minnesota, as the National Guard was called in to help with the looting crisis in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Does destroying someone else’s property help to bring justice to police officers accused of taking the life of George Floyd?

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