WATCH: BLM Loots And Riots In Minneapolis After Yet Another Justified Police Shooting

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BLM took to the streets of Minneapolis to riot and loot again after cops killed another violent criminal yesterday while attempting to serve a warrant on him:

Tensions emerged in Minneapolis on Thursday evening after police fatally shot a suspect while attempting to serve an arrest warrant.

Members of a U.S. Marshals task force were attempting to apprehend an individual wanted on a state warrant for possession of a firearm by a felon at around 2:10 p.m., according to a statement from the U.S. Marshall Service shared with The Hill by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.

During the incident, the subject, who was in a parked car, “failed to comply and produced a handgun resulting in task force members firing upon the subject,” the statement said.

Task force members attempted to perform life-saving measures, but the suspect was pronounced dead that the scene.

A female occupant in the car was treated for minor injuries resulting from glass debris.

After Thursday’s shooting, a crowd gathered at the scene, according to WCCO. Two peace activist groups were also present to de-escalate conflicts.

Most of the crowd left by 6 p.m., according to the news outlet. But just after 9:15 p.m., a crowd returned — and people pulled down crime scene tape and dragged a dumpster into the middle of the busy street and set it on fire.

A spokesperson for the The Minneapolis Police Department confirmed that the department was not involved in Thursday’s incident.

Officers from the Hennepin, Anoka and Ramsey County sheriff’s offices were involved, as well as officers from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, according to The Minneapolis Star Tribune.

So essentially this appears to be another justified police shooting after the suspect pulled a gun on police. But BLMers clearly don’t care about the facts, they just want to riot and loot because they want free stuff. And this will undoubtedly drive all the businesses out of Minneapolis if this keeps happening. I’m honestly not sure why these businesses are still there after what we saw last year.

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