Politics

Hollywood celebs and Biden staff team up to bail out violent rioters

The money they donate puts dangerous criminals back on the streets.

Image Credit: Shutterstock

The ongoing support that Democrats are giving the violent rioters, arsonists, and thieves who have used the pretext of George Floyd’s death to run rampant in many major American cities took a new repulsive turn Saturday, as Hollywood celebs and the Biden campaign made donations to spring from justified custody many of the vicious miscreants arrested by the police in Minneapolis.

Now, if these addled hooligans were to bring their ire to Beverly Hills or the Upper West Side we’d see, as we saw in Central Park recently, that the reaction of these clueless airheads would be different. But as long as the violence only reaches middle class business owners and downtown shops patronized by everyday Americans, well, why would Biden or Hollywood care?

Various media outlets are reporting that at least 13 members of Joe Biden’s campaign staff have made donations to a group that helps violent firebug Minneapolis protesters get out of jail on bail. However, the Biden campaign refused to say whether the donations of their own staffers were made in coordination with their own campaign. Which, of course, means they were. Because if they weren’t, there would be nothing to hide.

MORE NEWS: Message to all the Pro Sports in America: Don’t tell Us It’s Not About the Flag or to be more blunt…Don’t Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It’s Rainin’!

Following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday, the Minnesota Freedom Fund, a group that works to release violent arsonists back on the streets, raised about $20 million over four days, Forbes reported.

Hollywood celebrities who’ve donated to the group and thus have publicly praised the goal of arson and looting include mediocre singer/actress Janelle Monae, political and entertainment has-been Cynthia Nixon, buffoon-like actor Seth Rogen, and, sadly, actor Steve Carrell, all of whom have promised to match donations to liberate domestic terrorists.

Do you agree that protesting is acceptable, but rioting is not?

By completing the poll, you agree to receive emails from LifeZette and that you've read and agree to our privacy policy and legal statement.

Not to be put in the shade by his Tinseltown pals, Joe Biden called protests following the death of Floyd “an utterly American response,” saying such actions were “right and necessary.”

MORE NEWS: Ep 73 | President Trump is going to get some help draining the swamp.

Yes, all Americans traditionally burn down cities and loot stores when faced with police brutality. They did so when an innocent woman, Justine Ruszczyk Damond, was mistakenly killed by a black Minneapolis police officer in 2017, right? You remember the massive anti-police riots when she was killed, correct? Could there be a double standard operating here? What do you think?

Responding to Reuters about the Biden staffers, the Trump campaign said it was “disturbing” that Biden’s staff “would financially support the mayhem that is hurting innocent people and destroying what good people spent their lives building.”

The Trump team is absolutely spot on. The reasons for the direction of these riots, the reason for the riots themselves are simple—naked theft and an animal-like love of arbitrary destruction are myriad. Many progs view, and took part in, the violent New Left riots of the late 1960s and view those incidents as the high point in their lives. They are now trying to recreate their treasonous Marxist youth.

Many Democrat riot planners no doubt think the national instability will benefit Biden, as voters may long for a quieter time of less strife. The fact that most voters will blame the perps and their supporters —like Hollywood and Biden— for the mayhem seems to have escaped the grasp of Democrat agitators and their on-site operators. So much the better.

David Kamioner
meet the author

David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

Join the Discussion

COMMENTS POLICY: We have no tolerance for messages of violence, racism, vulgarity, obscenity or other such discourteous behavior. Thank you for contributing to a respectful and useful online dialogue.