BREAKING: Rioters Storm Police Station In Minneapolis, Set Fires At Facility, Police Officers Attacked

Anarchy in Minneapolis. Social distancing rules don’t apply when Leftist thugs seek to riot. And if the rioting is politicized to vilify President Trump, then so much the better.

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BREAKING: Rioters Storm Police Station In Minneapolis, Set Fires At Facility

By Daily Wire, May 29, 2020

Rioters stormed the headquarters of Minneapolis’ 3rd Police Precinct late on Thursday night in response to the death of George Floyd, and have reportedly started setting fires at the building.

Town Hall reporter Julio Rosas wrote on Twitter: “Can’t believe what I’m seeing the Minneapolis police has ABANDONED the 3rd precinct’s building!! Rioters have stormed in the parking lot and are now damaging the building.”

Nick Woltman, a reporter for the Pioneer Press, tweeted a video of the incident, writing: “The protesters appear to have overrun the third precinct in Minneapolis. After the fence went down, officers loaded into squads and seemed to abandon the building. Protesters are now warning each other that the National Guard is on its way.”

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