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    MSNBC Reporter Describes Minneapolis “Protest” as “Not, Generally Speaking, Unruly” as He Stands in Front of Burning Building

    MSNBC Reporter Describes Minneapolis “Protest” as “Not, Generally Speaking, Unruly” as He Stands in Front of Burning Building

    “I want to be clear on how I characterize this. This is mostly a protest. It is not generally speaking unruly. But fires have been started.”

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    MSNBC is so laughable. Reporter Ali Velshi said on air that the Minneapolis protests in response to the George Floyd killing are generally “unruly.”

    Velshi said this as he stood in front of a burning building.

    Velshi said:

    I want to be clear on how I characterize this. This is mostly a protest. It is not generally speaking unruly. But fires have been started. There is a deep sense of grievance and complaint here, and that is the thing. That when you discount people who are doing things to public property that they shouldn’t be doing, it does have to be understood that this city has got, for the last several years, an issue with police, and it’s got a real sense of the deep sense of grievance of inequality.

    It’s sad that I’m not surprised MSNBC tried to downplay the riots even on live TV. The station has no integrity.

    I mean:

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    It’d be be hilarious to watch him be burned to a crisp by the ‘unruly’ crowd.


     
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    caseoftheblues | May 29, 2020 at 11:33 pm

    Draconian rules and laws for me but none for thee….

    Gee so most of America has been forced to quietly sit and watch their businesses, jobs, homes and food for their children become a thing of the past and to not do so makes them the worst people on the planet while others can loot, burn, destroy and kidnap, assault and murder and they are applauded and supported by the same media and politicians excoriating regular Americans upset at being destroyed

    Thinking about it all: the swamp/left/islamic axis has jumped the shark.

    We’ll soon see terror acts by their street amd college goons on a scale ae thought unimaginable.

    It profitd a man nothing to sell their soul. But for a tv set?

    Looters should be shot: but their street leaders first (by snipers).


     
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    Ohio Historian | May 31, 2020 at 1:20 pm

    I guess the meme at MSNBC is that the building is “burning in peace”. Has anyone else noticed that it is historically black cities and locations where this is going on? Only in battleground states?
    I think one surprise to me is Columbus, OH, which is not normally considered to be a hotbed of racism (black mayor for the previous 20 years and majority black city council, black director of public safety, and recently-retired black police chief).

    It is a state capital. However, the areas being burned seem to be away from the Capital Building in the state. Seems to me to be a “burn out the business to get out the vote” strategy. A lot of these businesses are minority operated and owned; seems like a stupid way to protest a black person is to burn out fellow people of color.


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