Watch: Activists Tries To Throw Massive Chunk Of Concrete At Police & Gets More than He Bargained For As Minneapolis Suburb Falls Into Chaos

Watch: Activists Tries To Throw Massive Chunk Of Concrete At Police & Gets More than He Bargained For As Minneapolis Suburb Falls Into Chaos

Over the weekend in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota fell into chaos after a man named Daunte Wright allegedly fled from police because he had a warrant for his arrest.

According to police when they attempted to arrest Wright he reentered his vehicle and an officer fired at the vehicle, striking the driver, who crashed several blocks later. Proving that he hasn’t learned a thing Gov. Tim Walz blamed police and said he was praying for Wright’s family “as our state mourns another life of a Black man taken by law enforcement.”

Shortly after the incident activists began to attack police one activists tried to throw a huge piece of concrete at officers and gets more than he bargained for.

As the suburban area fell into chaos Wright’s mother immediately requested is stop.

“All the violence, if it keeps going it’s only going to be about the violence. We need it to be about why my son got shot for no reason,” she said to a crowd near the shooting scene. “We need to make sure it’s about him and not about smashing police cars, because that’s not going to bring my son back.”

Her calls fell on deaf ears.

O’Reilly’s auto store that was famously looted & burnt to the ground last year was cleaned out again by looters.

Other business in the area were also looted forcing the governor to call in the National Guard.

Written by Staff Writer

April 12, 2021

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