When the highest courts refuse to uphold the law, the fabric of society crumbles.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled in a potentially explosive case that could mean the beginning of the end for Minnesota’s citizens.
Voters in Minneapolis, the city where George Floyd died in police custody, sparking months of destructive protests, will now be able to vote in the upcoming municipal elections on abolishing the police department, the Minnesota Supreme Court said in a reversal of a lower court ruling.
After the court’s ruling, anti-police activists celebrated, one going so far as to say “burn this city to the ground and salt the earth.”
Tana Hargest, BIPOC community "leader" and Deputy Director at @GenderJustice supports abolishing the MPD. Following Tuesday's ruling by the Supreme Court on the ballot question, Hargest made some tweets.
"Just burn this city to the ground and salt the earth."
— CrimeWatchMpls (@CrimeWatchMpls) September 16, 2021
Meanwhile in Minneapolis:
Sounds like a pregnant gunshot victim showed up at the hospital. Related to a prior shots call at 22nd and Bryant Ave N. Victim is critical, shot in the stomach.
— CrimeWatchMpls (@CrimeWatchMpls) September 19, 2021
Carjacking at gunpoint. Suspect held a gun to the female victim.
Near 53rd and James Ave N
–Suspects: 5 BM, 1 WF, ages 30-40
–Police have located the abandoned vehicle nearby
–K9 en route
— CrimeWatchMpls (@CrimeWatchMpls) September 18, 2021
If you’re a law-abiding citizen and still live in Minneapolis for some reason, it’s time to leave.