Imagine, defiling the holy place of George Floyd.
Is nothing sacred to the blacks?
A man was fatally shot Saturday evening near E. 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, the Minneapolis intersection known as George Floyd Square, where Floyd died in police custody last May.
According to police spokesman John Elder, police got a ShotSpotter notification about 5:45 p.m., and 911 callers reported that two people had been shot and were being brought to the barricades at the area’s entrance. When officers arrived, the victim was already gone.
Police later learned that the victim, a man believed to be in his 30s with a gunshot wound, had been taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he died. No second victim appeared, Elder said.
“Officers were met with some interference” when they arrived at the square to investigate, Elder said, without giving further details. He said that officers’ body cameras may provide more information.
That means that a crowd of blacks gathered around to attack them, because they know they’re not allowed to fight back.
Investigators’ initial findings are that the victim and a suspect had a verbal disagreement and the suspect shot the victim before fleeing the area, heading north in a cream or light-colored Suburban with gunshot damage.
“This appeared to be a very directed attack or assault. And we’re unaware of this being a threat to the community,” said Elder. “They had an argument. And so, it appears that there may have been some previous knowledge of one another.”
No one is going to see this and think “hey, maybe a documented pattern of chronic black violence is the reason the cops were being so careful when they arrested Floyd?” Instead, the probable is replaced with the lunatic, and the reason blacks are so violent is that they’re oppressed by cops.
It’s funny that “George Floyd Plaza” and “Black Lives Matter Plaza” are now like “Martin Luther King Blvd” as symbols of “sketchy neighborhoods.”
Blacks really are a curse upon this country, the way they absolutely refuse to act normal, and instead insist on violence as a way of life.
It was bad enough before George Floyd, but now that we’ve been told that we have to worship them, and their behavior is all our fault, it has become totally exhausting.