Large portions of Minneapolis, a once tranquil midwestern city, were transformed into war zones after the death of 46-year-old career criminal Floyd, who died after resisting arrest. Floyd’s death was the catalyst for months of racial violence condoned by the media, politicians, professional sports leagues, and nearly every business.
Two years later, the police department of Minneapolis maintains a 3-year average dashboard and finds that in 2022, the majority of violent crime categories have significantly increased.
According to an examination by the Star Tribune of five years of crime statistics from 50 of the biggest suburbs in the Twin Cities, violent crime rates have risen in more than a dozen areas in the past few years.
In 2021, there were a total of 51 killings in these suburban towns, more than twice the 22 reported in 2019. However, the majority of the growth happened in the north metro suburbs.
Similarly, the average number of robberies prior to the pandemic increased by 20% in 2021. However, roughly two-thirds of this growth happened in six nearby cities: Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Robbinsdale, New Hope, Crystal, and Columbia Heights.
In this horrifying video, children behave aggressively against police officers who are seeking for a murder suspect. The Twin Cities were the focus of rioting two years ago when a viral video of George Floyd’s tragic confrontation with police sparked widespread unrest.
St. Paul police officers were welcomed by numerous half-naked youngsters who “punched, kicked, yelled, and hurled rocks at them,” according to a video uploaded online by a local media organization about how kids are taught to disdain the police at a young age, which frequently leads to criminal careers.
The website Alpha News, which describes itself as “a team of independent journalists seeking out and reporting stories that the citizens of Minnesota deserve to know, the same news that the mainstream media all too often refuses to report and routinely disregards,” has posted a 32-second video on its YouTube channel that has garnered attention.
As an off-camera voice encourages them and refers to the black officer as a “deep-fried Oreo head,” two officers are seen with children so young that some are still in diapers, belittling them with profanity, and one toddler swings at one of the officers while yelling “f**k off” in a scene that could be the beginning of a criminal spree.
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“What’s the product of grooming children to disrespect police officers and other forms of authority? We are essentially training them to disregard societal norms of behavior and hindering them from achieving success in life. In short, we’re cultivating future criminals,” argues Sheila Qualls for Alpha News.
“Add 10 years to the age of these children and their behavior would be deemed delinquent. Add 20 years to their age, and their faces might end up as pictures on T-shirts after a violent encounter with the law,” she continues.
In a similar vein, Qualls compares the toddlers in question to the criminals who terrorized Minneapolis in 2020, “The behavior of these children is eerily similar to the behaviors of rioters who burned and looted Minneapolis two years ago.” CONTINUE READING…