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Minneapolis Police Act As Union Representatives For Criminals

It’s strange when you see a major city’s police department acting as a representative for the welfare of criminals, and publishing guidelines advising citizens to willingly give in to a robber’s demands for their property and money. In the past the police department concentrated on catching and jailing the crooks, but that’s exactly what the Minneapolis police department did not ...

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Let’s Go All-In With Communism In Minneapolis

Powderhorn Park, an older neighborhood consisting of upper-middle-class, white leftist families in South Minneapolis, is a microcosm of what happens when leftist policies are actually implemented without restrictions. You may recall a New York Times article from a few weeks back that quoted local resident Mitchell Erickson as saying he regretted calling the police after a few young, black thugs ...

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What Could Go Wrong? Minneapolis Parks Board To Vote On Repealing Rule Prohibiting Women From Going Topless In City Parks

The Minneapolis Park Board will vote Wednesday to repeal a park rule prohibiting women and transgender people from publicly going topless in city parks, according to local news outlet KARE 11. If the park ordinance is repealed, women and transgender people will not be prohibited from exposing their breasts in Minneapolis parks and parkways, according to KARE 11. The park ...

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Minneapolis Is One Step Closer To Abolishing Police Department After Unanimous City Council Vote

The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a draft amendment Friday to abolish the city’s police department, sending the proposal to the next stages of possible approval. The amendment calls for modifying the city charter to replace the police department with a Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention, according to a draft posted online. The draft indicates that this new ...

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‘I put those boys in danger’ : Minneapolis Man Regrets Calling Cops On Teens Who Mugged Him At Gun Point

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A Minneapolis citizen who is living in a neighborhood where citizens are swearing off the police expressed regret to The New York Times for calling the cops on two black teenage boys after they mugged him at gunpoint. Mitchell Erickson called 911 out of reflex recently after the two boys cornered him outside of his home a block away from ...

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Minnesota City Wants To Delete ‘Chief’ From Job Titles, Says It’s A Microaggression Against American Indians

A Minnesota city mayor is pushing city council members to delete “chief” from job titles, citing how it promotes the marginalization of American Indians. The Duluth City Council is planning to vote Monday on whether the title of Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial officer should be changed to city administrator and finance director, respectively, according to the Star Tribune. ...

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Minnesota Democrats Want $300 million Riot Rehab Scheme – Hell No!

Minnesotans, the country, and the world watched shocked as over 1500 buildings and businesses were damaged or destroyed in Minneapolis from days of rioting that broke out following the death of George Floyd. Now the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) who control the Minnesota House, in emergency special session, demand passage of a $300 million economic aid package to rebuild the charred ...

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Minneapolis Police Defend ‘Strategically’ Slashing Tires During Protests

The Minneapolis Police Department Monday acknowledged video that emerged showing officers slashing protesters’ tires on May 30, but defended their actions, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, which originally reported the incident. “State patrol troopers strategically deflated tires… in order to stop behaviors such as vehicles driving dangerously and at high speeds in and around protesters and law enforcement,” Minnesota ...

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$1 Million Bail Set For Officer Charged With Floyd’s Death

A judge ruled to keep bail at $1 million for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who has been charged with second-degree murder in the case of George Floyd, who died while in police custody. Chauvin appeared via closed-circuit television before Hennepin County Judge Jeannice M. Reding for an 11-minute hearing from Minnesota’s maximum-security prison Monday, The Associated Press reported. ...

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Armed Minneapolis Residents Reportedly Question Visitors, Guard Neighborhoods Amid ‘State Failure’

Armed residents in Minneapolis have reportedly formed enclaves to protect their neighborhoods in the epicenter of mass nationwide violence. Men dawning rifles, bats and handguns question visitors about their intentions and convene in neighborhood watch groups to detect suspicious activity. Residents watching the destruction in parts of Minnesota have since stocked up fire retardants and make conscious efforts to remove ...

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Here’s How To Help Small Businesses Damaged In Minnesota Riots

Hundreds of businesses in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, suffered damage in riots this week responding to the death of 46-year-old George Floyd. Former officer Derek Chauvin, who is shown on video kneeling on Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes, has been arrested on charges of third-degree murder and manslaughter in Floyd’s death, authorities said Friday. Heated protests spilled ...

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Minnesota Governor Backs Down, Allows Religious Services To Resume

Democratic Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will allow religious services to resume with restrictions, the governor announced Saturday. The Minnesota governor’s new order allows for worship to resume at 25% capacity and with social distancing, “to proceed as safely as possible during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency,” according to local outlet Kare11. “I have had many meaningful conversations with faith leaders over ...

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Muslim Refugee Journalist Challenges Ilhan Omar’s Congressional Seat: ‘She Does Not Speak For Me’

A Muslim refugee and journalist is challenging Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar as a Republican, saying the Minnesota representative “divides” the United States. Dalia al-Aqidi promises unity rather than division as she announced her campaign Thursday. The journalist, who has formerly been shadow-banned from Twitter after criticizing Omar, fled with her mother from Iraq as a child, just as Omar ...

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Watch: President Trump Holds Rally in Minnesota Thursday – 10/10/19

President Donald Trump holds a Keep America Great rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota Thursday evening. The rally is being held despite the city’s mayor trying to extort the Trump campaign by charging $500,000 for security – a ridiculous and unprecedented amount. The mayor attempted to force the Target Center to cancel the rally if Trump didn’t pay up. The president’s lawyers ...

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