As reported earlier by Cassandra–
The Minnesota National Guard was fired at in a drive by shooting in north Minneapolis early Sunday morning — just hours after Rep. Maxine Waters told the Black Lives Matter extremists to be “more confrontational.”
The 82-year-old California congresswoman broke the curfew set in place to curb rioting and marched after midnight with the far-left extremists that have been terrorizing Brooklyn Center.
Hours after Maxine Waters told people to be more confrontational there was a drive-by shooting of the National Guard in Minneapolis
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 18, 2021
Local news station WCCO reports that the Minnesota National Guard said its members, along with Minneapolis police officers, were “providing neighborhood security” near Penn and Broadway avenues when someone fired shots from a white SUV.
The shooting took place shortly after 4 a.m.
Two National Guard members sustained injuries.
Two @MNNationalGuard members did sustain minor injuries from the incident. One Guardsman sustained an injury from shattered glass requiring additional care and was taken to a local hospital to receive treatment. The other Guardsman received only superficial injuries.
— MN National Guard (@MNNationalGuard) April 18, 2021
Police later reported that a light-colored SUV had fired on police officers and National Guard members early on Sunday morning.
Source: The Gateway Pundit
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