‘Get the white people to the front!’ BLM orders use of human shields in 4th night of Minnesota riots

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Left-wing, anti-cop extremists rioted again Wednesday for the fourth night in a row in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, the city where accused armed robber Daunte Wright was shot fatally during a traffic stop over the weekend.

The bad behavior occurred despite the since-resigned officer involved in the shooting, Kim Potter, being arrested and charged with second-degree manslaughter earlier that evening for having accidentally opened fire on Wright after he’d begun to resist arrest.

Videos from the rioting uploaded by various journalists showed the agitators once again congregating outside the Brooklyn Center police station and proceeding to harass law enforcement by, among other things, hurling projectiles at them while using “white people” as human shields.

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Note what Fox News correspondent Lauren Blanchard wrote about the extremists targeting media crews, her’s included.

The extremists also assaulted a CNN crew member and then chased the entire crew away from the scene.

But instead of complaining about the extremists who’ve hijacked their town to protest on behalf of a suspected armed robber who’d died while resisting arrest, some locals have aimed their ire at the police.

One video interview recorded earlier Wednesday showed a local resident complaining about the authorities using tear gas to stop the violent extremists from attacking the police and — worse — destroying people’s property.


Meanwhile, another local resident, Jamiya Crayton, 24, praised the “peaceful people” who’ve been in attendance.

“I have a lot of respect for the peaceful people out there. And all I can say is that all of this has to — needs to — change,” she said to the Star Tribune.

Because of complaints from locals, the authorities did switch up their game plan by not using tear gas Wednesday evening.

Instead they used pepper spray — and a lot of it.


Veronica Mckinney, another local, told the Star Tribune that she’s been speaking with her children, ages 12 and 13, about Wright, as well as George Floyd.

“I can’t keep sugar coating it. I’ve personally never had a bad experience with police, but this is happening in front of my kids and we can’t ignore it,” she said.

It’s not clear whether she also spoke to them about both men’s extensive histories of committing crime and then resisting arrest …

Vivek Saxena


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