Friday, May 29, 2020

Photo: US Predator Drone Circles Minneapolis Following Trump’s "Shooting Starts" Tweet

Fri, May 29, 2020 8:35 p.m.
Photo: US Predator Drone Circles Minneapolis Following Trump's 'Shooting Starts' Tweet


Anonymous said...

Sounds like Fake News. Note the paranoids have their panties in a bunch thinking that the US government is going to shoot or bomb people from drones. Time for some reality: blacks kill and loot with impunity because NOBODY has the political will to stop them. Nothing will be done, the black criminals will only become bolder.

Anonymous said...

(Breitbart)The preliminary results of George Floyd's autopsy suggest there were a number of factors that contributed to the 46-year-old's death. The report, conducted by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, states there were "no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation"; however, the combined effects of being pinned down by an officer as well as "his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death."

The findings were included in the criminal complaint against Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who was filmed kneeling on Floyd's neck during an attempted arrest.
GRA:The Floyd "family",Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other idiots,dismissed the finding as "trying to change the narrative--this was MURDER."
Not guilty.

Anonymous said...


MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Protesters are defying curfew orders in Minneapolis early Saturday morning, and firefighters are trying to put out several business and brush fires throughout the city during the fourth night of unrest after the death of George Floyd.

Gov. Tim Walz addressed the media at about 1:30 a.m. at the State Emergency Operations Center about the growing danger.

“This is not grieving, and this is not making a statement … this is life-threatening, dangerous to the most well-qualified forces to deal with this,” Walz said. “This is not about George’s death. This is about chaos being caused.”

Walz said this is the largest civilian deployment in the state’s history — three time the size during the race riots of the 1960s. Gen. Jon Jensen, head of the Minnesota National Guard, says 1,700 soldiers will be in Minneapolis Saturday.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey joined the governor to urge rioters to go home.

“If you care about your community, you’ve got to put this to an end. It needs to stop,” Frey said. “You’re not getting back at the police officer that tragically killed George Floyd by looting.”
(GRA:Logic doesn't work with negroes).

One night after Minneapolis Police’s 3rd Precinct building was overtaken and burned down, demonstrators gathered at the 5th Precinct building late Friday night, located about four miles west.

At about 11:30 p.m., law enforcement and the National Guard began slowly moving towards the 5th Precinct en masse in a show of force. National Guard loud speakers announced that arrests will be made if protesters do not disperse.

Tear gas was dispatched into the crowd soon after. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says 350 total law enforcement members are on the ground. Just after midnight, there were reports of shots fired at law enforcement members, but no one was injured in that incident. DPS official said as of 12:20 a.m., several protesters have been arrested. Ninety minutes later, they confirmed that several officers have been injured by rioters.

The Associated Press reports that the Pentagon is sending military police to the Twin Cities, a move said to be rare in nature. Officials say soldiers could arrive withing four hours.

At about 10 p.m., a couple hundred protesters began stopping traffic on Interstate 35W, marching and practicing civil disobedience. WCCO’s Mike Max was at the scene, and said a brush fire was set near the interstate, and a UPS truck was overtaken and ransacked. But protesters soon left the area, heading towards the 5th Precinct building off of 31st Street and Lake Street.

The gathering at the 5th Precinct started out peaceful, with protesters slowly beginning to leave the area by about 11 p.m. — about the same time a Wells Fargo branch near the 5th was looted and set on fire. Looters also hit the Stop-N-Shop gas station across from the precinct.

By about 11:25 a.m., fire spread from the Wells Fargo to the U.S. Post Office next door. The Hibachi Buffet down the block also erupted in flames soon after.
GRA:Walz finally has it right.What's really happening is that all the nigs in each state,are competing with each other to see who can cause the most damage.Looking at this rampant disregard for law,are whites supposed to feel generous to these mobs of felons--which is what every one of them are--some worse than others.Post Office torchings are double the sentencing,being on Federal grounds--if they ever arrested anyone.
Last report of the night.

Anonymous said...

(FOX17)GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Nearly 600 miles separate Minneapolis from Grand Rapids, but Asja Saintard says it’s time for Michiganders to treat them like their nextdoor neighbor.

“We’re coming together to show that we are united with the people of Minnesota,” said Saintard.

Saintard is one of three Kent County women organizing a march Saturday in downtown Grand Rapids to protest police brutality against African Amerians and the recent killings of three black people, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, who were all killed by law enforcement of Caucasians.
(GRA:This was actually written this way)

Similar protests, organized by other people and groups, are scheduled through mid-June.

The march is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Rosa Park Circle. Protestors will then walk in silence to La Grand Vitesse.

Organizers expect hundreds of people to show up and for the event to be peaceful. They ask people to wear masks and maintain proper social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
GRA:This has spread,this negronavirus,from Minnesota to Atlanta,L.A.,N.Y.,and now Detroit--just like 1967--which most likely means a small leap to Grand Rapids.Permitting a protest in downtown Grand Rapids at this time is pure insanity.I expect similar results here as in other cities--the same as we had 52 years ago.The difference between now and then is a about 25-50,000 more negroes and their integration into the entire city.In 1967-68,there was a small area on Division street,where the small percentage of blacks lived back then--and they were contained there during those riots.Today,they've been spread like fertilizer throughout the city.Wish us luck.The blacks in GR are no different that the ones in NY,Atl or Minneapolis.I expect similar behavior to elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Those Predator can fire Hellfire missiles.