‘Power corrupts’; BLM councilwoman puts constituents at risk, publishes private info of ‘racist’ critics

A Minneapolis councilwoman endangered the safety of constituents who objected to her participation in the Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America.

Alondra Cano tweeted out the names and address of citizens who emailed her to complain about her involvement in the protest and said she was “exposing racism,” because naturally if someone disagrees with her they must be racist.

Cano has deleted the tweets but the screenshots live on.

Social media blasted her for her public shaming campaign.

H/T: Twitchy.com


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