I guess this will go on for the rest of the year? Minnesota’s the latest example of chaos in America caused by these vile, reprobate Marxist terrorist scumbags.
They must be stopped and put down right now before this gets worse!!! As for now, arm yourselfs, be vigilant, and protect your family.
The Government WILL NOT Protect you. The cucked-out governor of Minnesota is a prime example. Another jerk off that fanned the flames saying that his own police officers were wrong and acted out of racial hatred… which has already been proven to be a LIE.
And now we have this:
21 Officers Injured as St. Paul Freeway Protest Turns Violent
Twenty-one officers from various Minnesota law enforcement agencies were injured and more than 102 protestors were arrested as a demonstration on the I-94 freeway in St. Paul turned violent Saturday night, with protestors hurling rocks, bottles, fireworks and bricks at law enforcement officers on the scene.
Hundreds of demonstrators began protesting at the Governor’s Residence in St. Paul Saturday night over the police-involved shooting death of Philando Castile earlier in the week before heading onto the I-94 freeway around 8 p.m., local Fox affiliate KMSP reported.
The interstate was shut down in both directions for more than five hours and the protests eventually turned violent, with demonstrators hurling bricks, fireworks and at least one Molotov cocktail at officers, according to the St. Paul Police Department.
Dozens Arrested After Protests Over Police Shootings Turn Violent
Police gave at least 16 orders for the crowd to disperse, eventually using smoke to clear the highway after 1 a.m. Fifty people were reportedly arrested and booked on third-degree rioting charges during the I-94 protest, while another 52 individuals were arrested for public nuisance and unlawful assembly during a separate altercation with police officers around 4 a.m. on Grand Avenue.
Police spokesman Steve Linders told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that protestors hurled rocks, bricks, glass bottles and fireworks as officers attempted to clear the highway. At one point, protestors reportedly attacked officers with rebar from a nearby construction site.
At a news conference after the incident, St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell held up a piece of concrete that was used to attack an officer. SOURCE