Beatings, brawls, twerking, police horse cursed; just another Saturday night in crime-ridden Minneapolis

Video captured over the weekend provides another glimpse at the shocking deterioration of life in downtown Minneapolis, a once-tranquil midwestern city that like other areas under the control of Democrats, has become a dystopian hellscape after the violent race riots that erupted in the summer of 2020.

In the footage that was posted to social media by independent photojournalist Rebecca Brannon, people brawled on the street outside of a bar, a police horse was cursed at while officers tried to break up a fight, girls twerked on top of cars and illegal street races were conducted; in other words, just a typical Saturday night in the crime-ridden city.

The depiction of modern-day street life in the Twin Cities shows one man being brutally beaten by a group that kicked and stomped on him as he lay on the ground with bystanders looking on and a fight breaking out among people outside of the Gay 90s bar, a particularly violent area.

“F*ck your horse b*tch,” a woman yells at a police officer who is trying to restore order, a woman lewdly shakes her booty from atop a vehicle, and drivers are seen running red lights in dangerous illegal street races on just another Saturday night in Minneapolis.

(Video: The Daily Mail)

“It’s been some time since I went downtown at night given the crime and shootings. Saw a lot more chaos than I expected especially given how cold it was,” Brannon wrote on Twitter. “Witnessed many cars running red lights and ‘street racers’ I couldn’t keep up with – and cars blocking traffic.”

“Police were scarce. Situations felt volatile in which I tried to keep my distance especially at fight break up in a bar parking lot,” she added. “It was also completely chaotic outside the Gay 90s; there have been multiple shootings near there in the last few months alone.”

Crime has been way up ever since the city became the epicenter of the “woke” left’s movement to defund the police after the unfortunate final encounter between career criminal George Floyd and the cops, one that left the reported drug addict dead after he resisted arrest, with the video of the incident going viral and setting off a wave of lawlessness that raged across the nation and left large portions of Minneapolis burned down and resembling a war zone.

(Video: Fox 9 Minneapolis-St. Paul)

Rather than condemn the mayhem and its perpetrators, Democrat politicians, the media, professionals sports leagues, and all of Corporate America instead blamed the violence, looting, burning and pillaging on white people and the police in general, effectively sanctioning criminal conduct and emboldening the worst elements of society with the result being the explosion in violent crime that is now plaguing Democrat-controlled cities, few more so than Minneapolis.

(Image: Screengrab/City of Minneapolis Police)

As of the weekend, most crime is up according to data from the City of Minneapolis Police with one exception being homicides which are lagging last year but there’s still plenty of time for the bodies to pile up and for the city to reclaim its nickname of Murderapolis.

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