May 29th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1226

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1,186 Responses to May 29th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1226

  1. Laurie Walker says:

    i listened to a podcasr tonight that broadcat the police radio from St. Paul, Mn, and although there were multiple fires and break-in attemps at Target and Walmaer, the thing that stood out was the looting of multiple Walgreens and CVS.

    Why the targeting of pharmacies?

    Liked by 3 people

  2. SR says:

    It’s all planned out. These riots after virus is all about civil unrest and make it anti Trump election. It might go for days/weeks in many cities where democrats mayor will not make any decision. Community organization experience is in play.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      I’m sorry for those cities. This is what happens when city “leaders” just go through the day appeasing one group or another.

      Liked by 2 people

      • suejeanne1 says:

        why didn’t they do something decisive right away – arrest that policeman for murder and the policemen who stood by for accessory to murder –

        that policeman was so calm and really weird, bad enough when someone explodes and beats someone but then to put his hands in his pocket as if he was just lounging around waiting for the time to pass while the man was pleading –

        this does not help all the good law enforcement officers who put themselves in harm’s way and do the job – what this officer did made if even more dangerous for them –

        why did another day go by like watching a merry-go-round and then that VP of the city council got up there and started singing “Amazing Grace” which is a magnificent song but she wound up looking like she was grand-standing and they were all just letting the day go by without DOING anything! The mayor looked like he was quite done in from the night before, no sleep, a zombie but why didn’t he assert his authority and show support to the police that he is putting in harm’s way by not acting on the guy who did that horribly nightmarish thing –

        it was an example of “the banality of evil” – the way that policeman did that to Mr. Floyd, so blase about the whole thing – I think they ought to really look into him and if anyone else suffered and died at his hands – he looked altogether too “at ease” and practiced.

        I really feel sorry for the people in those neighborhoods – tonight, again –

        shame, shame, shame

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        • Remington says:

          Sue….might be a good idea to wait for all the facts to come out. While the image of that cop with his knee On the neck is repulsive, it appears there is more to this story. Citizensfreepress has some interesting reads in that regard. Can’t help thinking how the Travon, Easy St. Lewis, Baltimore situation turned once the facts are known.

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        • bjorn says:

          He did not react because it is fake.

          Liked by 1 person

        • budklatsch says:

          The issues are numerous and apparently impossible to resolve. First, the interactions in these inner-city locations are intense 7/24. Police are at the razor’s edge every duty hour. Compassion is diminished from encounters and the potential for simple matters to devolve into conflicts is great, A tinderbox always. This is a blight on all of us and the blame far exceeds the immediate incident.

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      • TexanInFL says:

        I don’t, they vote or sit on their butts and not vote, these communists into office and then complain about it.

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    • Magabear says:

      Looks like joining a riot has the added benefit of making one exempt from social distancing edicts. Just don’t try to keep your shutdown business from being burned down though!

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    • Laurie Walker says:

      In a live feed that I watched tonight of the 3rd precinct bonfire, there were a lot of fireworks.

      Planned?

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    • Treeper 46 says:

      Watch out Charlotte, NC where the RNC is planned this summer. Now that the left is being exposed, conservatives will have to pay for it.

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  3. Magabear says:

    If Hannity is so keen on wearing a mask, then why doesn’t he do his show wearing one? 😷

    I remember Neil Bortz ragging on Hannity years ago that he wouldn’t have a show if it wasn’t for his guests he had on. Still holds true today.

    Liked by 4 people

    • mandy says:

      Do you remember when Neal put a fake news item in his “Nealz Notez” just to see if Hannity was in fact using Neal’s work for his show?

      Caught Hannity red handed. ‘Twas HILARIOUS!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Magabear says:

        Don’t recall that one! 😄

        Bortz did have some fun at Hannity’s expense from time to time. 🙂

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        • I read where a ST. Paul.PD guy named Jacob Peterson was id ‘ d by his ex girlfriend as the guy who started the looting.
          Can we say ,never let a crises go to waste or false flag?
          Why did the District attorney comment saying there was evidence against charging.
          How about we are still investigating.

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  4. nimrodman says:

    older guy taken a bit aback by the younger guys, their tactics, etc

    sez “Now they gotta go 30 minutes, 40 minutes to get a Arbys”
    (they burnt down the local Arbys)

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  5. nimrodman says:

    lotta white-boy radicals
    one reminiscing wistfully “yeah, it the early days of Occupy …”

    Liked by 4 people

  6. nimrodman says:

    burnt Arbys down
    burnt the supermarket down yesterday

    tomorrow?
    “We live in a food desert, maaaaannnnnn”

    Liked by 5 people

  7. TheLastDemocrat says:

    We are not even to the DNC convention, and we have all kinds of riots.

    If there is a steady or sufficient amount of rioting from now to Dem Convention, it will really be a bad look. People will already be fatigued of the rioting, and will not bother to find out what the rioting is about.

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  8. Troublemaker10 says:

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  9. JustScott says:

    KHOU11 Minniapolis has a feed up on YouTube. Looks like the mayor will be addressing in “4-5 minutes.”

    Cant link, is on TV.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. mandy says:

    Phoenix riots ongoing, another takeover of a police station by the filth….

    Liked by 1 person

  11. citizen817 says:

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  12. trishinsouthernillinois says:

    Ignore this post, I’m signing into WP AGAIN!😡

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  13. nimrodman says:

    the rioters (sorry, “protestors”) are starting to look a bit ridiculous and trivialized

    no police will come out and fight with them

    can’t be much of an anteefer if you got no fascists to fight

    smashing up and burning a UPS delivery truck just now
    fighting that good revolution against UPS, I guess

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    • nimrodman says:

      “one! two! three! four!”
      “we’re kinda peeved at United Parcel Service for some unidentifiable reason”

      Liked by 6 people

    • that guy he just spoke too in the braids and glasses….absolute moonbat. burn the city down and then move to white neighborhoods. good luck with that.

      Liked by 1 person

      • nimrodman says:

        yeah, they start approaching the white neighborhoods with bad intent and they’ll start running into some buckshot

        they’re only enjoying “room to destroy” tonite because police have made a decision to withdraw and just let ’em have at it

        that don’t last forever

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  14. FreyFelipe says:

    Some perspective for any needed future reference:

    “The Washington, D.C., riots of 1968 were a four-day period of civic uprising following the assassination of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968. Part of the broader King-assassination riots that affected at least 110 U.S. cities, those in Washington, D.C.—along with those in Chicago and Baltimore—were among those with the greatest numbers of participants.

    Military intervention (in Washington DC)
    On Friday, April 5, (1968) President Johnson [Democrat] dispatched 11,850 federal troops and 1,750 D.C. Army National Guardsmen to assist the overwhelmed D.C. police force. Marines mounted machine guns on the steps of the Capitol and Army soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Regiment guarded the White House. The 2nd Brigade Combat Team of the 82nd Airborne Division from Fort Bragg, North Carolina and 6th Cavalry Regiment from Fort Meade, Maryland were among the principal federal forces sent to the city. At one point, on April 5, rioting reached within two blocks of the White House before rioters retreated. The occupation of Washington was the largest of any American city since the Civil War.

    Federal troops and National Guardsmen imposed a strict curfew, worked riot control, patrolled the streets, guarded looted stores, and provided aid to those who were displaced by the rioting. They continued to remain after the rioting had officially ceased to protect against a second riot and further damage.”

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Hey….I know it has been stated before…… and not to…. well…

      All ya need is some water cannon use and good old tear gas….

      Ya ever see the riots in South Korea?…….
      Now those are rioters…. water canon and teargas …..
      Just standing there with a weapon……ain’t stopping no one…

      But, I digress…….Taking over a Police Station????

      I’m with Nimrodman……Something stinks…..The acting seems to be getting worse

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      • Water cannons not necessary. Several platoons or companies of fully armed US Military with fixed bayonets will work just fine. Notify the mob they have 30 minutes to disperse and they have the right to apply for a permit to peacefully protest.

        Any wanton destruction, civil disobedience, looting, smashing windows, breaking in, etc. shall be addressed by FORCE – lethal if necessary. Law breaking shall not be condoned by any person regardless of color.

        No excuses, no second chances – END OF STORY.

        “Lock and load, fix bayonets – ADVANCE”

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    • BillyD says:

      I was a student (USMC) stationed at Quantico Va. in April of 1968. The students were called up to DC, given M14 rifles (no bullets) and positioned in various locations in downtown DC to protect the businesses from looting and arson. I was stationed at the intersection of 14th and L street (4 hours on, eight hours off), watches for 3 days.

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  15. Sherri Young says:

    Oh goodness. Unicorn Riot is streaming live from the streets of Minneapolis.

    @UR_Ninja on Twitter and PSCP

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  16. Laurie Walker says:

    Minneapolis is burning. Does anyone on this site care about that town – in a serious way. – as much as they care about Hong Kong?

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    • FreyFelipe says:

      I think President Trump cares about 1,000,000 times as much about Minneapolis, USA as he does about Hong Kong, China.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Laurie Walker says:

        If I wanted to know what the president thought, I would have asked him.

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        • FreyFelipe says:

          President Trump is 100% American. It is hence inconceivable that he could possibly care more about Hong Kong, China than Minneapolis, USA.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Laurie Walker says:

            What are your comprehention skills compared to your diversion skills?

            Very asian, no?

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            • Laurie Walker says:

              MINNEAPOLIS IS BURNING,

              Do you care at all?

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              • boogywstew says:

                Yes, I care.

                Liked by 2 people

              • amjean says:

                Minneapolis is a large city run by democrats; what do you expect?
                Riots, burning and looting is their way of responding to an issue.
                If Minnesota won the national basketball championship, the same
                thing would happen.

                You don’t think the organizers and followers were just waiting for a
                reason? Of course they were. It happens all over the country in the
                same areas controlled by democrats.

                I suspect this is happening in a small section; the entire city is not
                burning. Move to the burbs is one solution. Stay away form those
                type of people….ghetto, Antifa, socialist/communist/marxists, whatever.

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            • FreyFelipe says:

              As an American, I certainly comprehend that, to an American, an American city is far more important than a Chinese city and that’s no diversion from anything. Perhaps your initial comment was an insiders sarcasm of some kind.

              Liked by 2 people

        • Patriot1783 says:

          Better question, why were you deliberately trying to pick a fight? 🤔

          Liked by 4 people

    • Remington says:

      In short – no. Mininoplace is a liberal shithole.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      Laurie. in the words of the soy Mayor “It’s only brick and mortar” so obviously he doesn’t care, why should I care? The people of Hong Kong are fighting for their freedom. The people of Minneapolis are fighting to destroy their freedoms.

      Liked by 6 people

  17. JustScott says:

    Denver police are handling it a bit different than MN. Cracking down on them hard.
    . https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=a3whJSd6oaI

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  18. The Tundra PA says:

    Wow, do people really wade through the thousand or so comments a day here on the daily Presidential thread? I haven’t managed it yet. I miss the good ole days (2011-13) when Sundance got a dozen comments per post. Good times.

    Anyway, I just read an excellent and elegantly stated article on Obamagate that I want to highly recommend:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/05/27/what_the_obamagate_scandals_mean_and_why_they_matter.html

    If you are trying to explain it to someone who doesn’t pay much attention and don’t want their eyes to glaze over from the level of complication and detail, have them read this.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      I try to because I learn a lot of background, side knowledge and general knowledge that comes in useful later on.

      I don’t succeed in doing so though because life intervenes.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Winky says:

    Something is very strange about the police car in the picture where true police officer is kneeling over Floyd. The license plate reads…Police…has anyone ever seen a police car with a license plate that reads police…kinda crazy

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    • RobInPA says:

      Was probably a beater vehicle in non-drivable condition for some reason (engine or tranny failure, etc.) and out of warranty that was put in position to become an insurance claim.

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  20. citizen817 says:

    Some people/companies never learn.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Johny5 says:

      Did Kathy Griffin get a public interest notice on her tweet threatening to inject the president with air? Twitter can go f- itself

      Liked by 2 people

    • Jase says:

      I took the President’s tweet to mean that when looting is allowed with impunity, gun violence ie: shooting, is an inevitable corollary to it, not that he will order looters to be shot.
      Judging by the collective fainting fits Australian newsreaders and talkshow guests are having, I must be one of the few people who interpreted his tweet that way.
      Mind you, if he was threatening looters … I don’t think I’m too upset by that.
      Twitter doubling down is not going to improve his mood – I guess the imminent reveal of Obamacare has made up the Left’s mind: Burn it all down.

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      • Dutchman says:

        You don’t stop rioting and looting, by sending in the National guard, with orders NOT to shoot.

        Once the rioters figure out the troops won’t shoot, they go right back to looting.

        If you send them in, you give them a clear, unambiguos mission, and rules of engagement. Re-establish order, use only as much force as necesary.

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        • Abster says:

          I agree. This has become acceptable behavior around the country. I’m still horrified US citizens are allowed to behave this way with zero consequences. We need to reestablish law and order.

          Liked by 2 people

        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Dutchman,

          Hence my post above about using water cannons and tear gas…..or……

          Israeli’s use rubber bullets…..usually no one has to be shot with real ammo…..just feel the pain

          But of course there must be “Clear and Concise” rules for “Deadly Force”
          understood

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        • The Guard was here waiting for orders, from the mayor and police chief, that never came.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        I just wondered why riots right now?

        It is in the DeepState interests because Trump is in charge – AND, because China is about to go into Hong Kong right now and do a Communist-style suppression. Their allies in the DeepState/resistTrump would dearly love to have a comparison.

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  21. Sun Yat Sen says:

    We’ve often heard that if Obama was ever charged with anything that there would be riots in the streets. Since there are riots going on NOW, might as well arrest Obama and charge him for his crimes against the US.

    Liked by 8 people

  22. Sherri Young says:

    Someone just said “Sniper on the roof!”

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    • nimrodman says:

      one can only hope
      take out a couple miscreants if we’re lucky

      Liked by 2 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        Dude.

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      • In the past (maybe currently) in Texas deadly force could be used to defend property, burning and looting not a problem in TX during the 1968. Then there is the Korea-Town response to the 1992 LA riots. The current riots are are the an extension of what happens when the “broken windows theory” is ignored. First violent protests then full blown riots burning of buildings including police stations and then continued escalation. Point is protests will be peaceful if law abiding folk are involved or the consequences of rioting and looting are known.

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  23. Sherri Young says:

    Occasionally, you will hear people say something about 12. Usually it is ef 12. Here is what it refers to.

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  24. Sherri Young says:

    Glad to see this.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Dutchman says:

      I’d be slashing tires, but thats just me.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Greg1 says:

        Can you imagine how upset the rioters would be if THEY suffered personal loss? If it were THEIR tires slashed or THEIR cars burned to the ground?

        It’s alllllllll different when it affects them.

        Did you see all those riots and burnings after the black man shot and killed the elderly parents who visited their son’s grave every day?

        Did you see the outpouring of outrage from the white community about that? From the black community?

        No?

        Strange……..

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I would assume the police would arrest the tire slashers.

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    • bjorn says:

      Like anyone in authority is going to do anything. they are part of the planning for this. So fat lot of good that will be.
      funny how they can arrest people out for a walk but somehow can’t find hundreds of people (all equipped with cell phones) driving to a riot.

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  25. JustScott says:

    Listening to the Minneapolis police TAC radio feed. Small groups of looters breaking into drug stores all over the place. https://www.broadcastify.com/webPlayer/13544

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  26. Laurie Walker says:

    The National Guard is going into Minneapolis. Thank God!

    Liked by 2 people

  27. sync says:

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  28. Laurie Walker says:

    Minneapolis is on fire! I heard the U of M stadium was on fire and saw other buildings on fire.

    I’m aware the National Guard has moved in. Not that anyone cares.

    Let’s all talk about Hong Kong.

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  29. RAC says:

    FYI I don’t know what’s going on but in the UK CTH is coming up server not found, twitter same, as are several other political blogs. this was using DDG, tried Yandex it will at least show search options but sites don’t open. Got here now by using tails but that took ages to connect thought it wasn’t going to work, but thankfully has. Is anyone else reporting problems?

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  30. Jenevive says:

    I wish Kayley or even POTUS when asked (and they will be about the Protests)
    says fact check this, where in the Constitution does it grant people the right
    to commit criminal acts like Arson, Destruction of Property, Stealing…?
    that is what they are doing…committing criminal acts..

    Liked by 3 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      US citizens rights taken under the cv lockdown have transferred to Antifa’s “rights”, as granted by mayors, rights to “protest” and destroy their own cities.

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  31. The Presidential thread…….
    The twitter of the treehouse.

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  32. Roger Duroid says:

    And suddenly, no one is talking about cv19 anymore. Looters not wearing masks and violating the wonder mayor’s SS (social separation) orders. Suddenly, “peaceful protests” are ok again.

    Liked by 2 people

    • henry says:

      Not wearing masks??????
      They should be sentenced to 6 weeks of non-stop Fauchi and Birx press briefings.

      Again, why the hell is ANTIFA not a terrorist org?

      Liked by 3 people

  33. Jase says:

    I’ve just read that in tweeting ‘when the looting starts, the shooting starts’ President Trump was quoting a prominent Dem from during the 1968 riots.
    Anybody know who that might be?
    Funny if it’s true. How much egg on the face can Twitter take?

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  34. JustScott says:

    We are very lucky to have President Donald J Trump in these difficult times.

    https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/China-general-says-force-an-option-to-stop-Taiwan-independence

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  35. Here we go ladies and gentlemen, censoring the POTUS tweet again. This is all personal and hope anyone that has a sense of freedom knows if it wasn’t for Trump they would be next. Let’s hope some serious reforms come out of this flowing the EO.

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  36. sync says:

    The media considers us a bunch of potted plants…..

    Liked by 2 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      Watch out for all the atvs zooming through the streets of Baltimore if you pass thorough.

      It’s better to drive around Baltimore.

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  37. sync says:

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  38. scrap1ron says:

    It will be interesting to see the autopsy report of Mr. Floyd’s death. He appears to have succumbed to “positional aphyxiation”. Any law enforcement department should know the proper procedure for preventing this condition. My department has had yearly training on this scenario for over 20 years. It’s not so much that the officer had kneeled on Floyd’s neck to gain control until mechanical restraints could be applied. It’s that Floyd should have been placed on his side or in a sitting position immediately after control was gained. Laying prone like that, just the weight of your own body restricts your chest from expanding to draw in air. After a struggle with the weight of other people being applied increases the danger.

    I experienced this firsthand 20 years ago when we had to restrain an inmate outside our messhall building who was fighting with another inmate. The inmate put up quite a struggle to get the cuffs on; had ended up in freshly turned dirt in the building landscaping and inhaled dirt. By the time it was realized he wasn’t breathing, it was too late. Attempts to revive him failed.

    That’s one of those days I wish my colleagues and I could get a do over.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I want to know what his heath was prior to this incident. He had recently been released from a Texas prison for cocaine possession. Was he a cocaine addict? Was he high when he was arrested? Is this Freddie Gray redux?

      Liked by 1 person

      • amjean says:

        The 911 transcript I read had the person calling 911 stating that
        he appeared to be “drunk”.

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        • Even if you become aware of his prior medical conditions and what sort of career criminal he was IT DOES NOT CHANGE THE FACT THAT KNEELING UPON A PERSONS NECK/THROAT for more than 8 minutes is NOT proper police procedure for holding a suspect still. He was subdued and the bad cop remained putting almost all of his weight upon the suspects neck/throat. It is very twisted logic to try to blame the victim.

          It reminds me of some punk who kidnapped and raped a woman. He then locked her in the trunk of her car on a 100 degree day. She, of course, died. He argued that he did not kill her because she was alive when he locked her in the trunk.

          So I guess that this bad cop did not kill the suspect because he was alive for the first 7 minutes of having his throat crushed. Or he did not do anything wrong because the suspect might have had an underlying medical condition that made it more difficult to survive having his throat crushed. How was the bad cop to know???? Everyone else who had their throat crushed survived. So it must be the victim’s fault.///

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  39. sync says:

    You can not even understand the insanity of the left…

    “don’t worry… it’s all just symbolism” – Minneapolis

    Mayorhttps://twitter.com/PaulBlume_FOX9/status/1266244250045313024

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  40. Publius2016 says:

    Antifa BLM SJWs…Weather Underground 2.0…we knew it was coming…all preplanned a long long time ago…like Covid 19, one move in the Globalist “Grande Game”…

    45 and his Team of Patriots know…with new Executive Order, we have moved to Phase II as Covid 19 is OLD NEWS…ie, Dr. FaucIII, Redfield, and Birx have overstayed their welcome…

    As always, why would anyone want to BURN DOWN THEIR OWN NEIGHBORHOODS?

    Answer: They don’t…Antifa BLM SJWs…Mayor?? Stand down orders??? sounds familiar right…

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  41. Dora says:

    What a disgusting woman!

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  42. Publius2016 says:

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  43. sync says:

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  44. Free Speech says:

    Lily white Antifa Black Block should all be sitting in Guantanamo as domestic terrorists years ago. Instead, Christopher Wray has spent his time staking out the last 5 white supremacists in America on a mountaintop in Idaho somewhere while black and Latino conservatives have been smeared as ‘white nationalists’. This country is lawless and insane.

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  45. Publius2016 says:

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  46. Publius2016 says:

    Same production team!

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  47. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Hahaha. From the Jacob Frey wikipedia page: Frey won the Minneapolis Mayor election in Nov 2017 and took office on Jan 2 2018. During his campaign he ran “on a platform of increasing support for affordable housing and improving police-community relations”.

    So 2 years into his term, do we think he succeeded in improving police-community relations? (Insert photo of the 3rd Precinct police station in flames).

    He’s probably just as bad as Mayor Bugeyes in Chicago. COVID-19 has not stopped the killings in the deep ‘hoodz. I wouldn’t be surprised if we have a record year.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Daily Mail story headline: “Prosecutors warn there is ‘evidence that does not support criminal charge’ in case of four cops accused of killing George Floyd”

      Liked by 1 person

      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Reports describe Floyd as a “father of two”. But he had just been released from a Texas prison on cocaine charges, so the kids weren’t in Minneapolis. Why did he move up there? That’s a big change from his home state of Texas.

        Meanwhile, Mayor Socks of Minneapolis thinks Floyd is the victim of “murder”. Socks has a JD degree, should know better.

        I’m looking forward to learning more facts. Will this all unfold like the Freddie Gray debacle? Will turn out that the police did nothing wrong?

        Liked by 2 people

        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          Oh, he had been released from the Texas prison in 2014. Plenty of time then to impregnate women in Minneapolis. My bad.

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  48. old sneakers says:

    Now that we can plainly see how rotted the FBI has become, how about we find out what really happened to all of those white people at the Las Vegas country music concert, a lot of people deserve to know the truth. The only thing we know for certain right now, is that Stephen Paddock
    did NOT commit that grotesque mass murder, we have eliminated one (1) suspect, its a good start.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      What evidence do you have that Paddock didn’t commit the murders?

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      • Free Speech says:

        Matt Couch of America First Media Group has a team that did some very thorough investigations into it. The biggest find was that the guy who was staying in the suite next to Paddock was some kind of Australian Antifa type who was back in Australia after the shooting giving information on interviews there that the LVPD had not released to American media yet. Christopher Wray has been a total no-show on this, as he has everything else.

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