“Save a life, kill a cop,” shout antifa after Trump rally in Minneapolis. Man wearing “I stand with Ilhan” shirt was also recorded by @AlphaNewsMN choking out Trump supporter. Police chief says rioters threw urine at officers & hit police horses w/sticks. https://t.co/2lAyuSj6iI pic.twitter.com/hzBhNW0WLM
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) October 16, 2019
Democrat State Representative Aisha Gomez participated in the violent demonstration and Congresswoman Ilhan Omar tweeted that she wished she could join.
The Minneapolis Police Union for their part have begun selling T-shirts that say “Cops for Trump” and Lt. Bob Kroll along with other officers stood behind President Trump and participated in the peaceful Pro-Trump assembly.
Former CNN journalist and now left-wing commentator Soledad O’Brien went on to call the police officers and supporters of President Trump standing behind President Trump “Trash”
He’s a racist and a bigot and these people behind him are trash. https://t.co/2dYurCaR0e
— Soledad O’Brien (@soledadobrien) October 11, 2019
After getting criticized for her comments O’Brian doubled down and called the police officers and supporters “sorry excuse for human beings”
And when someone spews racist and bigoted invectives from the podium—when you laugh and cheer along, you’re a sorry excuse for a human being. It ain’t complicated, lady. https://t.co/OUDVgGjel4
— Soledad O’Brien (@soledadobrien) October 13, 2019
The Democrat Chair of the Public Safety Committee Rep. Carlos Mariani liked the comment on twitter.
This is not the first anti-law enforcement social media post by Rep. Mariani. He has often tweeted a conspiracy theory that the police enforcing immigration laws are part of a “police state” and that immigration enforcement is racist.
Recently a leftwing terrorist radicalized by the conspiracy theory that ICE and police are part of the large police state program to create “concentration camps” conducted a terror attack on a government facility using a rifle and explosive devices.
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