Graphic video shows idiot protestor trying to stop a FedEx truck that was pulling two trailers. The result was exactly what you would expect.

This just happened in St. Louis, Missouri. A protestor, who apparently does not understand the laws of physics, tried to stop a FedEx truck that was pulling two trailers.

For those of you who do understand the laws of physics, it ended exactly as you would expect.

This video was filmed by a guy named Jared Arms.

I don’t know how long Facebook will let this video stay up.

Warning: This video is very graphic.

Skip to 26:50

Original link: https://www.facebook.com/100004144026933/videos/1655324651282320/

Archived link: https://web.archive.org/save/https://www.facebook.com/100004144026933/videos/1655324651282320/

Note: I’d like to recommend that you visit Whatfinger News. It’s a really awesome website.

May 30, 2020. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Idiots blocking traffic, Police brutality, Racism, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.

Black Firefighter Spent His Life Savings To Open A Bar. Then Minneapolis Looters Burned It Down.

https://dailycaller.com/2020/05/29/looters-minneapolis-george-floyd-firefighter-bar/

Black Firefighter Spent His Life Savings To Open A Bar. Then Minneapolis Looters Burned It Down.

By Andrew Kerr

May 29, 2020

A black firefighter who invested his life savings into opening up a sports bar in Minneapolis was reduced to tears after looters destroyed his life’s work.

Korboi Balla originally planned to open his bar in March, but those plans had to be put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis. Balla had been gearing up to finally open his bar after Minnesota gave the go-ahead for restaurants to begin reopening on June 1.

But by Friday morning, Balla’s bar was little more than a pile of bricks after protests of the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in Minneapolis police custody on Monday, led to widespread rioting and looting in the city.

“I don’t know what we’re going to do,” Korboi Balla told CBS News on Thursday morning while holding back tears. “It hurts, man. It’s not fair, it’s not right. We’ve been working so hard for this place. It’s not just for me, it’s for my family.”

While CBS reporters were interviewing Balla on Thursday morning, looters broke back into his bar to try to break into his safe.

“As we were standing in front of the restaurant, people were in the back trying to steal the safe!” Balla’s wife, Twyana Balla, wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday. “This just happened an hour ago in broad daylight!”

Twyana Balla added in the post that she and her husband do not have insurance for their business.

“I’m hearing people say F*** the business they have insurance WELL WE DON’T AND THIS IS ALL OUT OF POCKET,” Twyana Balla wrote. “Let someone come run in your home and loot for the cause then let’s see you be ok with it!”

“Justice for George Floyd but not this kind of justice,” she wrote.

Her husband’s restaurant had been reduced to a pile of bricks by Friday morning, Twyana Balla said in a video posted to Facebook.

“There must have been an explosion because the whole front part of the building is gone,” she said.

Balla launched a GoFundMe campaign on Thursday to raise funds to rebuild his bar. The crowdfunding campaign has brought in over $173,000 for the small business owner in its first 24 hours.

More than 170 businesses in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area have been damaged or looted since Floyd’s death on Monday, police told the Twin Cities Pioneer Press.

May 29, 2020. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , . Police brutality, Racism, Rioting looting and arson, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.

Blue Collar Logic channel at YouTube: “Name me a riot in recent decades that has broken out in a Republican controlled town”

I recommend watching this entire 7 minute video.

My favorite part is at 3:45, when he says:

“Name me a riot in recent decades that has broken out in a Republican controlled town.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBugfEBbEC0

May 29, 2020. Tags: , , , , , , , , . Police brutality, Racism, Rioting looting and arson, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.

Minneapolis vandalism targets include 189-unit affordable housing development

https://www.startribune.com/minneapolis-vandalism-targets-include-189-unit-affordable-housing-development/570836742/

Minneapolis vandalism targets include 189-unit affordable housing development

The apartments were expected to hit the market later this year.

By Jim Buchta

May 28, 2020

The affordable housing development that burned late Wednesday in south Minneapolis was a six-story building with 189 units that was under construction and expected to open later this year.

The under-construction affordable housing development that burned in the widespread violence in south Minneapolis late Wednesday and early Thursday was to be a six-story rental building with 189 apartments for low-income renters, including more than three dozen for very low-income tenants.

Construction began last fall on Midtown Corner, which was expected to be completed and ready for occupancy this year. Late Wednesday the wood-framed upper floors of the building were fully engulfed in flames, with thick plumes of smoke that figured prominently in widely viewed photos of the riots. By Thursday morning, what had been an active construction site was reduced to a pile of smoldering ashes atop what was left of the concrete first-floor commercial space.

The redevelopment project was on the site of the former Rainbow Foods grocery store at Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in south Minneapolis.

The developer, Twin Cities-based Wellington Management, declined to comment Thursday on the fate of the project.

Wellington has done several income-restricted rental projects throughout the Twin Cities on difficult-to-redevelop sites, including offices and an apartment building that are under construction along Penn Avenue in north Minneapolis.

Wellington has been a prolific developer and investor in the area for more than a decade. Over the years the company has developed several rental buildings in the Lake and Hiawatha corridor, and it has also invested in commercial projects including the Greenway Office Building and the Hi-Lake Shopping Center.

The fire also heavily damaged 7-Sigma, a high-tech manufacturing company that’s occupied a low-rise industrial building across the street from the Midtown Corner site for more than 30 years. The entire roof and upper floors of that brick building were destroyed, and water spilled out of broken windows on the lower floors as firefighters continued dousing the building with water early Thursday.

Barb Jeanetta is executive director of Alliance Housing, a nonprofit that has two rental buildings in the area, including Hiawatha Commons, an 80-unit low-income apartment building adjacent to Cub Foods and Target. Some of the first-floor retail tenants were looted and vandalized, but the building was largely unscathed.

“It’s just such a firestorm right now,” she said. “All in all, we came out pretty lucky.”

May 29, 2020. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Housing, Police brutality, Racism, Rioting looting and arson, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.

George Floyd’s Final Moments Analyzed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCb8gFRrJU0

May 29, 2020. Tags: , , , , , . Police brutality, Racism. 1 comment.