Going All-In: Minneapolis City Council Considers Disbanding Entire Police Force…

Once you understand the larger objectives, everything becomes a sequence of predictable events. The term “community policing” has been used for several years by groups advocating for radical changes to law enforcement; however, behind the innocuous phrase is really a much more serious agenda.

If each community can determine the enforcement of law, then essentially all communities can eliminate the underlying law itself. Remove local enforcement of law and the local community can independently assemble a social structure separate from all other binding contracts that frame a larger societal compact.  [Brian Fallon Tweet Link]

This “community policing” process is already taking place in many European communities the results create what are known as “no go zones.” Neighborhoods, and entire parts of cities, where local Sharia compliance enforcement officers have replaced the police force; and the rules, regulations and enforcement are detached from the larger social compact. Considering that Minneapolis has a large concentration of Somali Muslims within the local population, it makes sense this approach is now discussed for their city.

Minneapolis – […] Now the council members are listening to a city that is wounded, angry, fed up with decades of violence disproportionately visited upon black and brown residents. Various private and public bodies – from First Avenue to Minneapolis Public Schools – have essentially cut ties with the police department. Council members are trying to figure out what their next move is.

Their discussion is starting to sound a little more like what groups like Reclaim the Block and the Black Visions Collective have been saying for years. On Tuesday, Fletcher published a lengthy Twitter thread saying the police department was “irredeemably beyond reform,” and a “protection racket” that slows down responses as political payback.

“Several of us on the council are working on finding out what it would take to disband the Minneapolis Police Department and start fresh with a community-oriented, nonviolent public safety and outreach capacity,” he wrote. (read more)

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, the man now in charge of the prosecution of Derek Chauvin and the Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd’s death, is a very well known Muslim activist and supporter of the sharia doctrine.

There is no better confluence of timing, location, and sentiment to achieve the agenda of the far-left than right now – with the opportunity George Floyd represents.

Brian Fallon was Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager; and is now a leading member of the resistance movement serving as Executive Director for Demand Justice.

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522 Responses to Going All-In: Minneapolis City Council Considers Disbanding Entire Police Force…

  1. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Great plan….The will replace Chi-Congo in the murder capital of the nation along with BaltiHood. They ruin everything they touch and it is already documented for you.

    https://wbbm780.radio.com/articles/mayor-lightfoot-pleads-with-walmart-to-not-abandon-chicago

    Liked by 10 people

    • BoreMole says:

      It would be funny if it weren’t so consequential, watching the abject failure to connect the dots in what ought to be the most basic tests of logic or cause and effect.

      Business wants to leave $#!+hole areas because no one is policing them or maintaining order? It must be Trump’s fault!

      …. ok, Einstein.

      Liked by 9 people

    • guest4ever says:

      Mitch—-If Walmart was smart, they’d say ONLY if Chicago INCREASES and expands it’s police department.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Ken B says:

      Only until Chicago chooses to keep up with their Minnesotan neighbors.

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    • calisandy says:

      I guess we will now witness the first “No-Go” city in the U.S. – complete with a mash-up of Sharia law and Antifa patrols. Wonder how that will work out.

      Liked by 2 people

      • decisiontime16 says:

        Somalis have Changed Minneapolis
        By Sunny Lohman
        June 3, 2019

        Everyone not lying to themselves predicted when the federal government under Bill Clinton – aided and abetted by Lutheran Social Services, Catholic Charities and World Relief Minnesota — plopped 30,000 Somalis down into the midst of the kind, virtue-signaling, eager-to-help Midwesterners of Minneapolis that it would lead to some grave consequences for our community.

        Now, due to continuing refugee placements as well as chain migration there are an estimated 80,000 Somalis living in the Twin Cities metro area, or more like 79,000 if you subtract those who’ve left the country to join terrorist organizations like ISIS.

        Anyhoo, here’s a week Minneapolitans had with their Somali neighbors last month:…

        https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/06/somalis_have_changed_minneapolis.html

        Somalia most dangerous country with highest crime rate –
        https://answersafrica.com/violent-crime-rates-by-country.html

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  2. California Joe says:

    Everybody has forgotten:

    In 1971 President Nixon FEDERALIZED the National Guard in response to a 6 day strike by postal workers. Doesn’t seem like a life threatening insurrection to me but I suppose that Esper, Milly and Mattis must have either forgotten this or getting the mail a few days late is a lot more serious than we thought?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      If you want to use tame examples of Federal “Troops” being employed, Regan did use Military Air Traffic Controllers.

      But nothing tops the National Guard use to assist US Law Enforcement like the good old democrat party in the 1960’s.

      There are plenty of examples of US Federal, National Guard (NG forerunner State Militia)
      being used inside the US to support US Civil authorities. All this prayer bead spinning because the President was authorizing State Controlled National Guard to support law enforcement and Federal Troops to secure the Nations Capital is bunch of BS being spun by fools with no idea of history nor fact.

      By the way, part of my work in civilian life was developing Military C4I systems. There is a US Constitutionally and Federal legal Code supported mission for the DoD called “Support and Stabilization” to civil governments. That includes internal to the US in times of natural disaster or civil unrest. It was the Objective Mission of Operation Jade Helm that everybody says is a conspiracy theory.

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    • Jenevive says:

      Bush 1 used the Insurrection Act to bring the Marines to help
      quell the LA Riots.. I don;t remember this hair on fire reaction then?
      Maybe George W would like to comment on daddy using it?

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  3. Pale rider says:

    Do it, do it now and we can clean up the whole mess after. That’s my vote.
    Nobody leaves once they start, that’s the only caveat. Mayor stays, Governor stays, all government workers stay, mandatory.
    They care! once again the truth shines like a diamond in a goats butt.

    Liked by 4 people

    • BoreMole says:

      yup, no problem, I say. erect barriers and we’ll check in with each other every few months.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Phil says:

      Nope. The only way to stop this is to shoot a few looters. Not many, but more than one. The left wants Trump to send in the troop, and to start shooting, to highlight the violence inherent in the system and to prove that he’s Hitler. Trump can see the trap a mile away, so he wildly threatens to activate the insurrection act, the left says no way, and Trump says ok it’s on you now. If the left wants to let NYC or Minneapolis burn then that’s their call. He’s not bailing them out.

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  4. California Joe says:

    My brother said his realtor friend in Oakdale a Long Island suburb of New York City told him that the phones are ringing off the wall from New York City residents wanting to buy homes in Suffolk County! What’s left of the White people in the City are packing up to leave! DeBlasio will TRULY be the KING OF THE JUNGLE!

    Liked by 11 people

    • stripmallgrackle says:

      That’s what happened in Detroit in 1968. Property values plummeted. Businesses closed. Crime increased. Coleman Young was elected and remained mayor for twenty years while performing with the same mediocrity that is defined by the non-solutions based policies the big city democrats peddle to this day.

      De Blasio won’t be king of the jungle for long after this meltdown. This one makes Detroit look like a schoolyard brawl. De Blasio will probably be the last Caucasian mayor of New York for a long time. Based on Young’s record, the biggest change to come will be the names of the contractors who do business with the city. All campaign promises aside, services will not improve.

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    • mandy says:

      Strikes me John Rocker wasn’t too far off back in the day….lol….

      Liked by 1 person

    • CNN_sucks says:

      Susan Sarandon is a supporter of DeBlasio. She is not allowed to escape NYC. Let them deal with spawn of satan.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Phil says:

      Just remember that this election will probably be decided by several million “swing voters” in MI, OH, PA, WI, etc. I doubt many of them like these riots.

      NY, MN, CA are already lost. Let em burn. Then in 2021 we can admit upstate NY as a new state, along with Chicago-less IL, and a few others.

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  5. “council members still trying to fugure what their next move is”

    The minnecrapolis city clowncil is tryng to figure out which bathroom to use.

    Let it burn.

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  6. “council members still trying to figure what their next move is”

    The minnecrapolis city clowncil is tryng to figure out which bathroom to use.

    Let it burn.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. thebigharry says:

    Who will paint Minneapolis red and lay out the feast?

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Marc Allen Johnson says:

    I’m sure the libs would go into a tizzy fit if a very conservative city adopted community policing.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. BoreMole says:

    If what the left wants is self-policing, increasing tribalism, more disparity between rich and poor, and less co-mingling of diverse people’s… this is a great plan.

    we will all retreat to our comfortable areas, be responsible for our own security (since the ones who are supposed to do it are not anyway) and not venture outside of them muchy. You can go right to hell if you’d like to tell my enclave to shut down over a virus – shut down your own if you’re so concerned, but my police force will be protecting our business instead of destroying it. We get to set our own laws instead of this unaccountable bureaucracy that’s run roughshod over us all for years now. And if you’d like to enter my fiefdom uninvited, prepare to be shot. Good luck with your downtown neighborhood, y’all. I got mine.

    And then, of course, a couple decades later, blame a republican and trump for why we have all grown further and further apart and wealth disparity has grown.

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  10. Auwtsnae says:

    The police aren’t the only ones who don’t go into the “no-go” zones.

    Businesses, investors, and customers, also avoid them.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. sunnydaze says:

    NY, Seattle, Philly, etc. can all defund their PDs if they want.

    But not until we get a wall built at the SC, etc. border that circles off the SE.

    Sounds like they want these cities run by gangs, exclusively. Some of which, to be fair, *have* been doing a better job than the cops at protecting their own neighborhoods.

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  12. Pew-Anon says:

    In the inimitable wisdom of Carol Burnett, “The grass is always greener over the septic tank.”

    Liked by 6 people

  13. Sedanka says:

    Thanks for your cogent analysis.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. John Johnston says:

    Great! Let them go and start living on their pensions. The people still living without their help can go to the Council to protect them. If, of course they can be found, since they will have left town for good to protect themselves from the mayhem they cause.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Zorro says:

    Minnesota Nice now means abandoning all vestiges of civilization.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Wethal says:

      Outside of the Twin Cities they’re fairly normal. Bill Jacobson at Legal Insurrection teaches at Cornell Law School, and has described Ithaca, NY, as “ten square miles surrounded by reality.”

      That could apply to the Twin Cities as well. Maybe Madison {“Madtown”}, WI, too.

      Liked by 2 people

  16. SiBa says:

    Sorry if this sounds off-topic, but the following lines from Sundance sound to me like exactly what is going on under this remarkable pontificate of Bergoglio who is better known as pope Francis.

    “If each community can determine the enforcement of law, then essentially all communities can eliminate the underlying law itself. ”

    I remember hearing back in 2013 about how this questionable pope wanted to remove the central authority of Rome to allow each locality to ‘adapt’ the rules to their local area,
    so this is what we are seeing in 2020, with many examples, the most overt being the Pachamama thing and over in Europe the German bishops conference and laypeople completely redefining the core nature of catholicism

    sounds like a similar development, the underlying law is gutted when there are X number of versions of it

    and it is no wonder there are many catholics now who are troubled by Bergoglio’s “idiosyncracies”

    Liked by 2 people

    • Zydeco says:

      Who knew that Pope Franc was an “if it feels good, do it” hippie.

      Liked by 1 person

      • guest4ever says:

        Zydeco—-I, and many other orthodox Catholics have ALWAYS been skeptical, to say the least, of Bergolio. Don’t get me going. And I’m not thrilled (understatement) with most of the world’s bishops, and certainly not with most of the U.S. bishops!!! But, that was the devil’s plan. Old phrase, “As goes the Catholic Church, so goes the world.” And, boy are we seeing that now!!!

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        • itsspiritual says:

          1 Timothy 2:5-6 New King James Version (NKJV)

          5 For there is one God and one Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus, 6 who gave Himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time,

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  17. milktrader says:

    So we have police departments enforcing inane social distancing decrees against there normal supporters. Check.

    Now they have to deal with the cop killing mobs. Check.

    And mayors/governors wanting them abolished. Check.

    Yeah, this isn’t shaping up to well for PD across the country. You enforce breaking up child play dates but bend a knee to protesters (by extension to their less-behaved looters and rioters).

    Liked by 3 people

  18. bluecat57 says:

    C’mon down south. We got running water and indoor plumbing now. Cellphone coverage is pretty good. Just be sure to bring your money and yung uns. The bottles are gud and fresh.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Eaglet says:

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    • thedoc00 says:

      I still am subscribed to several defense digests. There has been NO major turn over of General Flag Officers nor DoD Civilian staff since 2016. Willing to bet that major staff positions down to the rank equivalent of Colonel has not turned over much as well.

      Those flag officers ALL require congressional approval to attain the rank. Plus, the armed services are a “politically” self perpetuating machine as promotion boards composed of DoD staff that determine who gets makes it onto promotion lists from O-2 through O-5 ranks as well as who makes it onto “Command Lists” to fill major military command positions.

      Liked by 3 people

      • guest4ever says:

        thedoc00— That system you describe doesn’t sound like a good way to do things. And if I remember correctly, the last major turn over of General Flag Officers was during Zero’s admin; and he got rid of the conservatives.

        These bastards have been working against us for the better part of a century, at least.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Hang em high. I don’t care who they are either. Mattis be damned.

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  20. Jive Pawnbroker says:

    I’m sure that there are many reputable businesses in Minneapolis that would be welcome in cities that value their civil servants. Any business that would stay after defunding their police force is insane.

    Liked by 3 people

    • BoreMole says:

      The problem being that they will bring their dip$#!+ politics with them to the new city, having been unable to make the logical connection between their beliefs, votes, and results in the previous city.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Right, which is why I never advertise for people from up north to come to the South!

        Treepers are welcome and with open arms, the rest are NOT!!!

        That’s just the way it is… and I know that there are certainly plenty of GREAT people in the North, WSB et al come to mind! Come on down if ya want to! Just don’t tell yer phake liberal neighbors where yer going!

        L 😀 L

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  21. clodfobble says:

    Sounds like warlords and neighborhood militias will rule. Kinda sounds like Mogadishu or Beirut. What fun!

    Liked by 4 people

  22. thedoc00 says:

    The DNC is on the verge of taking Space Balls 1 to “Plaid” = Full blown anarchy.

    Look very carefully at the current composition DNC, there are major league anarchists within its leadership structure.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Joe Dozer says:

    I’m all for it 100%! The good citizens of Minnecrapolis deserve to be completely undefended! It should be like “The Purge” on steroids!

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  24. Blue Moon says:

    This is “apartheid”. They will soon come for the white peoples homes/cars etc. I heard the other day a black politician say that the black community needs at lest $11trillion dollars reparations. I know they yell this every time they burn down their cities but this time they really think they have the upper hand. We were lied to and we went silently into our homes and shut the door behind us when they said we would die from the virus. While we were tuck away safely in our homes Antifa and BLM were busy planning their next assault on us. Have to give them credit-it is very organized. They have the entire world behind them and somehow this has become 100% the fault of PT and his supporters. We have 5 more months til election, be prepared because at this point there is nothing these socialists will not do. It is more than removing PT, it is us. We have stood in their way for many years and they are tired of waiting for that utopian society. Stupid people.

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    • Lulu says:

      White genocide is already in progress in North America and Western Europe. The ten stages of genocide follow we’re between 5 or 6:
      1. Classification
      2. Symbolization
      3. Discrimination
      4. Dehumanization
      5. Organization
      6. Polarization
      7. Preparation
      8. Persecution
      9. Extermination
      10. Denial

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  25. rickb928 says:

    DO it! Drive the corporations out, the exploitative gouging retailers, evil corporate headquarter masters and their willing accomplices, even the electric company and those racist meter readers.

    Yes! Or… Watch any business that wants to stay in business hire private security. No, actually, their insurers would not tolerate that. So watch them leave. And let Minneapolis take over and deliver the daily gruel to their inmates.

    Sure, this is the solution. Followed by federal takeover, restoration of order, and new elections. Because when we conquer an adversary, we inevitably rebuild it. Watch and learn.

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  26. Horace says:

    This abolish police stuff sounds great (everyone gets to self-police their own communities) until you realize that it will mostly certainly be the police that protect your life and property that will be abolished, whether you want it or not. The federal police that protect them from you protecting yourself from them, will still be there looking over your shoulder. Then come the gun confiscations.

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  27. clodfobble says:

    I wonder how mom and pop whitebread will like Sharia Law?

    Liked by 2 people

  28. walt39 says:

    I can’t see how you can argue with this idea. Minneapolis elects its leadership, the new situation would apply within the city, why is this any business of anyone else?

    Treat it as an interesting experiment. And let those who don’t like the scheme move away.

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  29. Andy says:

    Do it. I dare you.

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  30. Nagothm says:

    Detroit 2.0 When the left gets total and utter control of a city, it is only a matter of time till it becomes something out seen in a dystopian novel. Disband the entire police force? Nothing more than an attempt to create a situation in which they can try and involve the UN

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  31. Eaglet says:

    United State Special Operations …..A letter reminding the military that they serve and took a oath to the Constitution. Maybe Dan Bongino sources were correct:

    Click to access CJCS%20Memo%20to%20the%20Joint%20Force%20(02JUN2020).pdf

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  32. Alexander Rawls says:

    Joe Biden’s platform: “Whites must kneel before blacks!”

    Black rioters, looters, head-stompers, sucker-punchers and fire-bombers in particular.

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  33. Winston says:

    Hello Pre-Giuliani NYC crime rates!

    Comptroller Stringer to Mayor de Blasio: Cut $1.1 Billion in NYPD Spending Over Four Years and Reinvest in Vulnerable Communities and Vital Services – June 4, 2020

    https://comptroller.nyc.gov/newsroom/comptroller-stringer-to-mayor-de-blasio-cut-1-1-billion-in-nypd-spending-over-four-years-and-reinvest-in-vulnerable-communities-and-vital-services/

    Stringer lays out specific roadmap to reducing NYPD spending – cuts $265 million annually by reducing uniformed headcount through attrition, scaling back overtime and trimming Other Than Personnel Services (OTPS)

    Letter calls on City to shift responsibilities and dollars away from the NYPD’s $5.9 billion budget and toward vulnerable communities most impacted by police violence and structural racism.

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  34. rcogburn says:

    But …

    Who will protect us from the ruthless salon owners out there committing hair cuts??
    What about the dealers illegally trafficking seeds and gardening tools?
    Who are you supposed to all when you catch your neighbor operating out of a non-essential home office?
    What if some lawless thug puts her groceries on the conveyor belt while yours are still being scanned?

    It’s anarchy.

    /s

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    • nimrodman says:

      cogburn, I sense that you’re not entirely sarcastic, and your sentiment is probably closer to sarcastic leavened with not sarcastic at all

      just today I deduced that I have need of a half-sarc tag and began pondering the proper ASCII representation

      so far, these are alternatives I’ve come up with

      /s/2
      … or
      (1/2)/s
      … or
      /s*0.5

      I’m favoring the first, it’s easiest to type

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  35. Jenevive says:

    Interestingly A woman member of the Congressional Black Caucus said
    that she does NOT support getting rid of police or defunding she think
    rule changes and such is way to go..

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  36. Andy says:

    I think a civil war may be coming. The divide is so great that I do not see how it can be bridged. Some Americans want to work hard to realize the American dream, others want someone to pay for their dream. This won’t continue.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Kb says:

    Serious and kind of ironic question that needs to go viral. Wasn’t George Zimmerman one of these community non-violent watchman?

    Liked by 3 people

  38. Jenevive says:

    Why did they pick Minneapolis for all this George Floyd stuff?

    Liked by 1 person

    • diogenes says:

      Democrat rule from top to bottom, a counterfeiting ring that was at risk of exposure, significant orc population, and a white population culturally inclined to cowardly cuckitude.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mimbler says:

      IMO, it was because they had good video of what “looked like” a white cop killing a subdued black person. Simple as that.

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  39. C'mon Man says:

    Fine with me. Don’t forget to wall the city off and make a movie: Escape from Minneapolis.

    We are going to see a succession of failed cities, the equivalent of the failed state, before long. People who can will leave. Property values will plummet. Business will bail. Ellison will preside over Minneapolis like a Mogadishu warlord.

    I wonder where the Twins and the Vikings will play?

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  40. Medical mistakes kill ten times as many. Can we defund the hospitals, too?

    Biden Campaign Slogan:”Defund the Police–Criminals Will Turn Themselves In When They’re Ready!”

    I guess AG Barr can withhold police funding for Sanctuary Cities now that they’re cutting and abolishing police forces.

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  41. 4EDouglas says:

    Now what about armed citizens-are they going after the law abiding gun owners-and who may I ask is going take arms away?
    No Police,No civilization.

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  42. Jorizabeth says:

    Mass exodus from there eminent!

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  43. Jorizabeth says:

    Oh! Idea! Maybe former cops can organize picnics for the criminals!

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  44. Jorizabeth says:

    Inviting Hong Kongers to emigrate? They’d prefer to stay in H.K. after all this!

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  45. platoriusnepos says:

    If you don’t have a police department then you do not get the federal funding…when they realize that, it might change their mind.

    Liked by 3 people

  46. The American Patriot says:

    Minnesota’s state leaders are a bunch of dumb🤬!

    Liked by 2 people

    • dissonant1 says:

      And you can thank the MSP liberals/progressives (and them only) for that. These people are so stupid and/or brainwashed that they don’t know what they are inviting and they don’t know why they would deserve it. But then again a lot of them seem to be the “Yes, Sir, May I have another” type.

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  47. CNN_sucks says:

    This is recipe for chaos. 2A is even more important now.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Great picture of the Mn. AG Ellison, Sundance.
    Thanks.
    I wonder if you could find an image of Mn. leadership pointing fingers at each other.
    (image manipulations are allowed)

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  49. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    That’s fine. All of the good people in Minnesota should move out now, they’ll be replaced with ferals, and then the entire state will implode.

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  50. NJMAGA says:

    Will there be nationwide riots and protests when they start killing each other? Who are they going to blame?

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