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Minnesota Democrats lose police endorsements after hideous Black Lives Matter protests

Not exactly a surprise.

The biggest police union in Minnesota has reversed endorsements of Democrat candidates after one of the anti-police Democrat radical candidates shouted “Blue lives ain’t s–t” at a riot outside the home of Police Federation President Bob Kroll. They even hanged his wife, a local news anchor, in effigy. Stay classy Democrats.

Specifically, Democrat Minneapolis state house candidate John Thompson recently stood outside the police leader’s home and screamed an obscene speech to a crowd of Black Lives Matter demonstrators.

“Come on over here with your ‘Blue Lives Matter’ sign,” he said. “Blue lives ain’t s—, and if people in Hugo don’t support black people, f— Hugo.” Hugo is apparently the site of Kroll’s home. The outstanding factor here in the immature vulgarity of a low rent lunatic coming from a candidate for office. But it’s a Democrat candidate for office, thus it’s par for the course. Here’s some of the fun.

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Another clip displays Thompson saying “You think we give a f–k about burning Hugo down?” In another, he says “F–k Hugo.” Ah yes, the eloquence we’ve come to expect from Democrats.

Ken Martin, the state’s Democrat (DFL) chairman, said the party doesn’t condone Thompson’s rhetoric but it is “grateful” for his “work against racism.” So screaming obscenities at a person’s home is work against racism? For Democrats it is. For anybody else it’s the work of hysterical riff raff.

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The police union reversed course on several DFL endorsements, “The endorsements that we rescinded, my issue was those candidates did not stand up to their leadership and put pressure on and ask why are we supporting a candidate who did this in Hugo,” a union official told the press. “If this is the future of the Democratic Party, my organization is going to support elsewhere.”

The state GOP pounced, “Democrats have turned their backs on law enforcement and embraced radical ideas like disarming peace officers and defunding police departments,” said Susan Akland, the Republican candidate running against DFL Rep. Jeff Brand in a southern Minnesota.

This is a process that will be repeated nationwide, as even unions realize the Democrats will target them if they dare to support or represent police. This is a part of one of the most vital choices, law and order or mayhem, voters will face in November.

This piece was written by David Kamioner on September 13, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.

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