Reporters were seen telling a Minnesota police chief not to use the term “riot” when he explained how officers responded to violence near Minneapolis during a press conference. “Just so everybody is clear, I was front and center at the protest, at the riot,” Police Chief Tim Gannon of Brooklyn Center told reporters Monday when questioned why his department issued a dispersal order Sunday evening after the police shooting of a black man.
When a protest turns to crime it becomes a riot. You then lose your right to protest.
Go woke, get broken into…
…the death of Daunte Wright “wasn’t an accident” and was “inherently [and] intentionally racist.”
Reporters seen scolding police chief for using the word ‘riot’ to describe violence that broke out in Minneapolis suburb
Brooklyn Center Police Chief Gannon: "I was front and center… at the riot."— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 12, 2021
Reporter: "There was no riot."
Gannon: "There was… the officers that were putting themselves in harm's way were being pelted with frozen cans of pop, they were being pelted with concrete blocks." pic.twitter.com/aM5rfjYpxx
In less than 24hrs we have the name of the cop who shot Duante Wright, however, the name of Ashli Babbit’s killer is still a secret.
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