A shell shocked city smolders, after a night of violent riots, looting, and fires in Minneapolis, MN.
The destruction of the major metropolitan city ruled by Democrats is payback for the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after his neck was pinned to the ground by the knee of a MN police officer, as Floyd repeatedly told him he couldn’t breathe.
These are just a few photos taken last night of the city of Minneapolis burning:
Independent journalist Andy Ngo, tweeted an incredible video this morning, showing a street in Minneapolis, as fires smoldered and people walked between the rubble. The video looks more like a scene out of war-torn Syria than of a street in the United States of America.
“Do you have a relation to this property?” a reporter can be heard asking a man. ”Yeah, I own it.” he responds.
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Pray for the residents and business owners in this city.
Minneapolis, Minn. on the morning of 28 May, 2020 following a night of race rioting. Buildings have been burned to the ground and stores looted as an alleged act of protest against the death of George Floyd. #BlackLivesMatter #Antifa pic.twitter.com/kvISMLN0jK
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) May 28, 2020
President Trump tweeted about the death of George Floyd yesterday, confirming that he has already engaged the FBI and DOJ in an investigation into the “very sad and tragic death” of George Floyd in MN. Trump added that he’s asked for the investigation to be “expedited,” saying he greatly appreciates all of the hard work done by local law enforcement. President Trump also shared his sympathy for Floyd’s family and friends, assuring them, “Justice will be served!”
….I have asked for this investigation to be expedited and greatly appreciate all of the work done by local law enforcement. My heart goes out to George’s family and friends. Justice will be served!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 27, 2020
Burning down a city over what appears to be the unjust death of a black man will not bring him back, it will, however, create more division and mistrust in their Democrat-run city.