Antifa Doesn’t Know it but They are About to be Carpet Bombed into submission

By Jim Campbell

June 1st, 2020

As we see the footage of over 40 cities being destroyed and fire, it’s time for a new approach and it will be directed from the White House.

Through penetration of these trouble makers by the FBI and others, those responsible will remove them and put them in jails until they can be put before grand juries, sent to trial, when convicted be sent away to do some very hard time at Super Max Penitentiaries.

Super Max Prison, Florence , Colorado.

The U.S. will not be using Napalm as too many innocents would be killed in doing so.

Now that the government has a good fix on ANTIFA “Leaders,” its a matter of taking them off the field which should not be difficult.

The media is responsible for this, watch what happens to the little boy.

While the U.S. Constitution rightfully permits and encourages freedom of speech, it doesn’t seem to be a reach to have the FCC give participating stations legal grief when their station is up for license renewal. [Source]


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DC Mayor Enacts 11 PM Curfew: Why not 5 PM?

By Jim Campbell

June 1st, 2020

Is she nuts?

Why an 11:PM curfew?

Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks during the District of Columbia Mayoral Inauguration ceremony at the Convention Center in Washington, Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

The District of Columbia’s Mayor is not thinking clearly.

How many Democrats do?

The appropriate time would be 5PM with no wiggle room.

Those who are caught causing trouble with heavy records, get shot dead in the streets and left out on them as a visual reminder the Police are playing hardball.

Will they want to play?

No One Wants to Run Against Mayor Muriel Bowser.

If they want to change things it’s a matter of electing the right person for governor.

Things will dramatically change with a fully committed Republican governor at the helm.


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Civilizations Must Protect Themselves

Comment by Jim Campbell

June 1st, 2020

Ten years ago, Newt Gingrich weighed in on the same topic.

It seems, nothing much has changed.

We have ourselves as an electorate to blame.

Democrats Charge Trump With Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress | Vanity Fair

We can’t expect competent results when those we elect are inherently incompetent.

Pelosi and her crew are already working on impeaching President Trump when he wins a second term.

Why not?

They represent the epitome of the phrase, Taxation without representation.

They have absolutely no agenda.

They do have excellent delusions:

In Chuck’s case below, he clearly has an undiagnosed brain tumor, listed to him prattle on below.

Though they’ve attracted little attention, recent public polls have sent clear warning signals that the ambitious agenda of the rejuvenated Democratic left could strain the coalition that carried the party to its sweeping gains in the 2018 election.

Makes no difference they will still vote Democrat.

Recent surveys show that such prized progressive ideas as a government-run single-payer health-care system, tuition-free public college, and significantly higher top marginal income-tax rates hold the potential to starkly divide Democrats along racial lines.

In polls, these policies have faced substantial skepticism not only from working-class white voters already drawn to President Donald Trump but also from college-educated whites, whose recoil from him powered last fall’s Democratic wave in white-collar suburbs around the country.

Support for these ideas is consistently higher among African Americans and Latinos, though in some cases equivocal even among them.

These findings underscore the stakes in the rolling Democratic debate about the best pathway for the party to oust Trump in 2020, particularly as his job-approval rating ticks up in several polls amid broadening satisfaction with the economy.

“We need an equal and opposite willingness to shake things up, but in the right way,” insists Adam Green, the co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which has endorsed Warren for the Democratic nomination.

“Part of the case that progressives will make is not only is there zero tension between electability and bold transformational ideas, but bold transformational ideas that shake up the system are absolutely key to electability against Trump

Our Founding Fathers went to war over far less, a tax by the Brits on tea.

We have become too comfortable and lazy to do what is needed.

Liberals drawn to 2020 contenders such as Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are arguing that Democrats must advance a “transformational” agenda that can ignite higher turnout among minorities and young people while still recapturing some of the disaffected white voters who were drawn to Trump’s promise to disrupt the political system.[Source]


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Trump announces the US to designate Antifa as a terrorist organization following violent protests

Comment by Jim Campbell

June 1st, 2020

Since this has happened before on a number of times in U.S. History, one would think The White House and other big-city mayors and state governors should have been ready.

They were not.

The FBI must infiltrate the movements around the country and arrest them in mass.

Citizen paramilitary groups have already done so.

FBI takes down multimillion-dollar digital ad fraud operation

One thing that is absolutely certain, the useful idiots in the press must quit telling their viewers that human life is more valuable than the property and business.

Are they?

Think about that one.

To show the additional futility Ive chosen video pro left point of view.

What do we do with rabid dogs?

Capture them and the euthanize them.

I’m not suggesting killing the rioters, but make the sentence so strict, if they are capable of comprehending, 50 years at a Super Max facility, the word travels quickly and this could get them to avoid rioting.

WASHINGTON – MARCH 09: Surrounded by members of Congress and Cabinet members U.S. President George W. Bush signs the H.R. 3199, USA PATRIOT and Terrorism Prevention Reauthorization Act of 2005 in the East Room at the White House March 8, 2006 in Washington DC.

The re-authorization of the Patriot Act had come under criticism from some in Congress for the potential to infringe on civil liberties but was pushed by the Bush administration as essential for fighting terrorism. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

How Domestic Terrorists are treated today under the Domestic Terrorism Act which was first signed into law but dealt with foreign terrorists.

By Ronn Blitzer

Fox New

June 1st, 2020

Reaction from Rob Smith, Iraq War veteran and Turning Point USA spokesperson.

President Trump announced Sunday that the U.S. government will designate the far-left group Antifa as a terrorist organization.

This comes as Trump has blamed Antifa for riots taking place across the country in response to the death of George Floyd, the unarmed black man who died May 25 while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minn., after an officer kneeled on his neck for more than 8 minutes in an incident caught on video.

Antifa Activists: California Anti-Fascist May Go on Trial – Rolling Stone

“The United States of America will be designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization,” Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon.

The speaker in the video below is taking on the president’s position and he is wrong.

Apparently he doesn’t trust his own eyes.

Jump the gun?

If he had there would not have been riots in D.C. and over 40 cities in America.

And for the youngster in the video who is ashamed to call himself an American, our border fences were not built to keep you here, leave.

It remains unclear exactly who was behind the escalation what began as peaceful protests against police, with accusations lobbed against both far-left extremists and white nationalists.

The president has been forceful in pointing the finger at the former.

“It’s ANTIFA and the Radical Left.

Don’t lay the blame on others!” Trump tweeted Saturday.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was less decisive in stating who is behind the looting, arson, and violence that has taken place. While he called rioters “Antifa-like” during an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” he said, “I think it still remains to be seen exactly how” the situation devolved from peaceful protests to something entirely different.

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison told “Fox News Sunday” he has evidence that people from out-of-state were involved in violent behavior in Minneapolis, but he did not specify whether they were affiliated with any particular group or ideology.

He was the first Muslim to be elected to congress, largely by the Somali vote in Northern Minnesota.

A resolution to designate Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization was introduced in the Senate in 2019, stating that Antifa “represents opposition to the democratic ideals of peaceful assembly and free speech for all[.]”

The measure, sponsored by Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., and co-sponsored by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas,  came in response to threats and actions Antifa-affiliated individuals made against ICE officials and journalist Andy Ngo.


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Live with it: Some people just can’t help themselves

Comment by Jim Campbell

May 31st 2020

The Governor of Michigan by most accounts is a real nut buster.

Leave it to Sleepy Joe to confuse her with his wife Jill or his blowup doll that just came back from the cleaners.

LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman, who notoriously backed a group that “spread disinformation during the 2017 Alabama special election for U.S. Senate,” is now being joined by other Big Tech billionaires to set fire to large piles of cash in an attempt to boost the Democrat’s nominee for president.

According to Vox Recode “sweeping plans” are “poised to make these billionaires some of the country’s most influential people when it comes to shaping the November results.” These billionaires plans include funding divisive partisan news sites.

NB – OpenSecrets revealed that “political operations are pouring millions of ‘dark money’ dollars into ads and digital content masquerading as news coverage to influence the 2020 election.

One of those progressive operations is dubbed Courier Newsroom, which “has faced scrutiny for exploiting the collapse of local journalism to spread ‘hyperlocal partisan propaganda’. Courier Newsroom is owned by the leftist nonprofit ACRONYM.

OpenSecrets reported that ACRONYM had “received financial backing from Investing in the US, an investment vehicle funded by Silicon Valley donor and billionaire LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.”

Recode said that Hoffman’s “aides have indicated that setting up partisan news sites that masquerade as journalism is one of the priorities of its group of allied donors.” According to Recode, Hoffman has put around $10 million into ACRONYM.

Tech billionaires, “particularly Moskovitz and Powell Jobs,” are unleashing “millions into some of the country’s most ambitious voter-registration programs — almost all of it behind the scenes…”

About a dozen voter-registration groups, which included failed Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’s leftist group Fair Fight, gathered Powell Jobs’s “Emerson Collective headquarters in mid-March to raise money for their 2020 plans, sources told Recode.”

Beware citizen of any and all new News / Website that has or will pop up in near future claiming to be Pro-Trump. There could be outrageous things said in the name of support of DJT.


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Behind Burning City Protests, Barack Obama’s New Army

If you look at what’s going on in burning American cities today, it looks like America’s first Community Organizer and street hustler got involved.

This guy is such a reprehensible bag of dog shit that the country and the world would be better off if he were paid no mind.

He doesn’t deserve the attention.

Canada Free Press

The destructive hatred Democrats enforced on the USA over the past four years has reached deadly street violence in protests and rioting all the way from Minneapolis; New York City and Washington, D.C., Chicago; Columbus, Ohio, Louisville, Ky, to Dallas to San Jose, Los Angeles, Calif., and Portland, Ore., among other cities.

“Minneapolis erupted into riots this week following a video that surfaced online in which a white police officer knelt on the throat of a black man lying on the ground as onlookers were heard begging the officer to stop. (George) Floyd, the man on the ground, lost consciousness and died. (Washington Examiner, May 29, 2020)

“The officer shown kneeling on Floyd’s throat was arrested Friday and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.

“The video images of the incident that ended with the death of Mr. Floyd, while in custody of Minneapolis police officers, were harrowing to watch and deeply disturbing,” “Attorney General William Barr said about the incident.

”(Gov. Tim) Walz, who has been hammered by residents, critics and the press for his response to the crisis in his state, pushed back on the idea that the protests, which have turned increasingly violent, now have anything to do with George Floyd. (Fox News, May 30, 2020)

“Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey added that most of the violent protesters aren’t residents of the city but instead people taking advantage of a situation and hellbent on fanning the flames of hate.”

Now that Gov. Walz has authorized ‘full mobilization’ of the state’s National Guard, admitting that the protests are no longer about the death of George Floyd, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is telling George Floyd rioters to direct their anger at police and not the National Guard.

AG Keith Ellison’s Law: Target the Police

Is that because you can’t have anarchy, if police are still there protecting the public against it?

Isn’t that what #Black Lives Matter are all about?

“Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison told people rioting in the streets over the death of George Floyd to direct their frustration toward the Minneapolis Police Department rather than the National Guard. (Washington Examiner)

“I’d like everyone to recognize the fact that the National Guard just a week ago was administering COVID-19 tests to help people,” Ellison said during a press conference Friday. “The presence you see on the street, don’t react to them the way you might react to the Minneapolis Police Department. It’s not the same group. They have different leadership, different authority, and their job is to try to bring peace and calm back again. Please remember that this is not the group that you associate with unfair conduct.”

Like all treacherous progressives, Ellison cares—really cares—about the physical safety of the National Guard dispatched to keep the peace.

Ellison was ever more honest when he went on to postulate that riots, such as the one now unfolding in Minneapolis are how “the unheard get heard”.

“Don’t just dismiss that and ignore it and relegate it to just criminality and bad behavior,” he said. “Actually ask yourself what’s going on there.” (Washington Examiner)

“What’s going on there” is much easier to fathom when looking through the clouds of smoke from burning cities at something called ‘Resist the Radical Republican Agenda’,  the organizing force behind the “kill-all-cops”-screaming protesters.

According to their own home page, “Stop Republicans, an accountability project of Progressive Turnout Project, is a grassroots-funded effort dedicated to resisting the Republican Party and Donald Trump’s radical right wing agenda.”


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‘American astronauts on American rockets from American soil’: NASA returns to space with help from SpaceX A Chinese Owned Company

Comment by Jim Campbell

May 31st, 2020

With those words from NASA and with the bright flare and thundering roar of powerful rockets, a new era of U.S. spaceflight began as astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida ⁠— the first crewed launch from U.S. soil in nearly a decade.

The question must be asked, what is the United States doing using taxpayer funding to support the launch on NASA Rockets with the Chinese?

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“Remember the Challenger.”

The above book was written by the NASA engineer who refused to sign off on the flight because of observable abnormalities seen by the human eye.

He predicted the outcome.

A failed spacecraft launch is visible for the world to see, thus the Chinese would gain nothing by participation of such an act.

How warning signs were ignored before disaster shuttle’s launch [Source]

In his book and lecture, McDonald talks about being removed from his job and demoted in the wake of the Challenger incident.

His decision, to tell the truth, was not taken well by his employers. But the Presidential commission eventually vindicated McDonald, who chose to stay on with Morton Thiokol.

He was reinstated to his position and put in charge of the redesign and requalification of the solid rocket motors.

“I decided that that’s better than thinking about what could’ve been and should’ve been—is to make sure it never happens again,” he said.

“And I felt very good about that.”

The Washington Examiner

by Jerry Dunleavy  

May 31st.

Elon Musk's SpaceX Launches NASA Astronauts To ISS, Watch Live | Teknize News

As the country remains socially distanced because of the coronavirus and rocked by violent protests following the police killing of George Floyd, NASA hoped the two men blasting into orbit would give the nation something to unite around.

“ Three, two, one, zero. Ignition. Liftoff of the Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon! Go NASA! Go SpaceX! Godspeed, Bob and Doug!”

The successful launch, which happened on the second attempt after the first was scrubbed last week due to stormy Florida weather, was the fruition of a partnership between NASA and the private space-faring company, SpaceX.

Mixed Message?

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley took off from the Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at 3:22 p.m. EST and will dock with the International Space Station orbiting 250 miles above the Earth’s surface.

The test mission, the first crewed launch from U.S. soil since the space shuttle program was shut down in 2011 after nearly a decade of reliance on Russian soyuz rockets, was carried out on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft powered by Falcon 9 rockets.

The Falcon 9 first stage reusable rocket returned safely to the Earth about 10 minutes after the launch as the astronauts carried into space.

The second stage of the Falcon 9 rocket separated from the Crew Dragon capsule a couple minutes later well over 100 miles above the Earth as the Crew Dragon vehicle traveled at 16,000 miles per hour, entered into low Earth orbit, and continued on its journey to the International Space Station.

The astronauts will use boost burns to configure their trajectory and are scheduled to arrive at the space station Sunday morning.

Jim Bridenstine, NASA’s administrator since 2018, celebrated the successful launch in a quick NASA TV interview.

“I’ve heard that rumble before, but it’s a whole different feeling when it’s your team on that rocket. And they are America’s team.

This is Launch America. This is everything that America has to offer in its purest form,” Bridenstine said.

“And times are tough right now — there is no doubt. We’ve got the coronavirus pandemic. We have other challenges as a country.

But I hope this moment in time is an opportunity for everybody to reflect on humanity and what we can do when we work together, when we strive, and when we achieve. And if this can inspire a young child to become the next Elon Musk or the next Jeff Bezos or the next Sir Richard Branson, then that is what this is all about.”

During a Tuesday pre-launch press conference, Bridenstine said that the launch was about the future of U.S. spaceflight, the commercialization of space, and progress toward returning to the moon and landing on Mars.

“We are once again launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil.

And this is a big moment in time,” Bridenstine said. “Unfortunately, we’re in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Our country has been through a lot, but this is a unique moment where all of America can take a moment and look at our country to do something stunning again.”

Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, said Wednesday the launch was “one of those things that I think everyone, from all walks of life, from all spots of the political spectrum, in the United States and elsewhere should be really excited that this is a thing made by humans for humans.”

Home Launch Crew
This combination of undated photos made available by SpaceX shows NASA astronauts Doug Hurley, left, and Bob Behnken in their spacesuits.

“What it’s about is we want to inspire kids to say that one day they want to wear that uniform and they want to wear that spacesuit,” Musk said. “And get them fired up: ‘Yeah, I want to be an astronaut. Yeah, I want to work in air space engineering, I want to advance spaceflight.’ And I think what today is about is reigniting the dream of space and getting people fired up about the future and excited.”

Bridenstine echoed Musk’s sentiments about the launch providing a fractured country a way to bridge the political divide.

“Here we are in the middle of this coronavirus pandemic, and we have this opportunity to unite people again,” Bridenstine said. “And that’s really what this launch is gonna do. It’s not just gonna unite Republicans and Democrats — it’s gonna unite the world.”

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Air Force One on Saturday afternoon to watch the launch in person.

President Trump and @VP Pence watch @NASA @SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch #LaunchAmerica— CSPAN (@cspan) May 30, 2020

SpaceX used the Falcon 9 reusable two-stage rocket to power the astronauts into space. This rocket system, which stands at 229 feet tall and 12 feet in diameter, had been used in 83 prior launches and 44 landings and generates over 1.7 million pounds of thrust at sea level. The rocket will carry the astronauts within the Crew Dragon spacecraft, a 26-foot high capsule that is 13 feet in diameter, which had been used in 22 other launches and 21 visits to the International Space Station.

SpaceX Falcon 9
A SpaceX Falcon 9 sits on Launch Pad 39-A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla.. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Behnken, a veteran of two space shuttle flights, was selected to be an astronaut by NASA in 2000 after spending years in the Air Force flying F-22s and other planes, gaining over 1,500 flight hours in more than 25 different aircraft.

Hurley, also an astronaut since 2000 and a two-time space shuttle crew member, spent over two decades flying Marine Corps jets, with over 5,500 hours in over 25 planes.

The NASA chief called the duo “American heroes.”

“They are laying the foundation for a new era in human space flight,” Bridenstine said. “It’s an era in human space flight where more space is gonna be available to more people than ever before.

We envision a future where low earth orbit is entirely commercialized, where NASA is one customer of many customers, where we have numerous providers that are competing.”

Alluding to the Apollo missions to the moon, Bridenstine said that NASA’s Artemis program was designed to get the U.S. back to the moon for good — and then to Mars and beyond.

“We are proving out a business model, a public-private partnership business model, that ultimately will allow us to go to the moon, this time sustainably. In other words, we’re gonna go to the moon to stay,” Bridenstine said.

“And this time when we go to the moon, we get to go with all of America, a highly diverse, highly qualified astronaut core, that includes women … And all of this is ultimately for a purpose, and that is to get to Mars.”


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How Will George Floyd Be Remembered Two Years From Now? As a fighter who fought Mohammad Ali in the “Rumble in the Jungle,” in Zaire, Africa

By Jim Campbell

May 30th 2020

Never mind that Ali fought George Forman that night.

George Floyd’s rap sheet deserves to be remembered.

As the losers from the left wandered aimlessly carrying signs that read “Stop Killing Blacks,” and “Black Lives matter.

Hell, he won’t be remembered by fans of Pink Floyd either.

Pink Floyd Wallpapers Images Photos Pictures Backgrounds

“Black Lives Matter How novel?”

Why black lives matter to a white guy - Baltimore Sun

Do they really matter?

If they did they wouldn’t put themselves among the antifa crowd who love to riot.

One has to be a special type of idiot to be wearing COVID masks while standing in the sunlight.

This presents a dilemma for socialist feminists.

Coronavirus Crisis: A Socialist Feminist View | Socialist Alternative

They are destined to be taking the slow boat to China, the U.S. doesn’t put up fences to keep people locked inside the United States.

And the whites and Chicano’s who march along with them are made up of an element in society who want’s to bring our Republic down.

A workable solution below.

George Floyd’s Criminal Record [Source]

By Shawn Cooke

May 29, 2020

On Tuesday, video of a Minneapolis police officer pinning George Floyd with his knee to the point of suffocation widely circulated on social media. In the immediate aftermath, thousands of protesters gathered in the city, met with rubber bullets, smoke bombs, and tear gas from police.

While Floyd’s death at the hands of law enforcement has sparked renewed debates about policing in America, it’s important to remember the life he lived.

The Houston Chronicle published a brief overview of Floyd’s life on Wednesday. Floyd, who moved to Minneapolis in 2018 to work as a truck driver and bouncer, was born in North Carolina and grew up in Houston’s Third Ward.

He was a talented two-sport athlete in high school, excelling in basketball and football, before playing basketball for South Florida Community College.

Floyd didn’t finish school in Florida, but returned to Houston and was eventually enshrined in rap history.

Hip-hop legend DJ Screw’s story to be told in new TV series |

The Chronicle also notes that Floyd became involved in the legendary hip-hop crew Screwed Up Click. Led by DJ Screw, who pioneered the slowed-down, syrupy “chopped and screwed” production style that still bears influence on modern hip-hop, the group became an essential part of the city’s place in music history.

If he is remembered at all it will be by this song.

Screwed Up Click also counts Big Hawk, Big Moe, Lil’ Flip, and UGK as members or close affiliates. Floyd, who performed as Big Floyd, appeared on DJ Screw mixtapes in the ‘90s and released an album with the rap group Presidential Playas.

“Sittin on Top of the World,” one DJ Screw freestyle that features Big Floyd, Chris Ward, and AD, began to circulate on Reddit and Twitter after Floyd’s death.

He’s an unmistakable fit for the glacial, woozy production, who could clearly hold his own with his Screwed Up Click contemporaries.

Stereogum managed to locate some of his other recordings from the ‘90s on YouTube, including “Chopped” from Presidential Playas’ 2000 album Block Party and a number of his appearances on other DJ Screw freestyles, which you can stream below.

Taken together, it’s a painful reminder as any that Floyd’s life shouldn’t simply fade into the background or only be remembered just for its tragic, unjust ending.


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Update: AG Bill Barr: More Violence Appears Planned by Far-Left Groups Using ‘Antifa-Like Tactics’

Comment by Jim Campbell

What else would we expect when cities are run into the ground by Democrats.

It’s funny that the media, as though they would is mute when it comes to informing us that this doesn’t happen to geography run by Republicans.

Predictable, not funny would be the right adjective.

Getty Images/Scott Olson

Joshua Caplan

May 30th 2020

Attorney General William Barr said Saturday that violence in many places around the country appears to have been planned and carried out by “far-left extremist groups using Antifa-like tactics” in the wake of riots over the death of George Floyd.[Source]

“Unfortunately with the rioting that is occurring in many of our cities around the country, the voices of peaceful protests are being hijacked by violent radical elements. Groups of outside radical agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate and violent agenda,” Barr said in a press conference at the Department of Justice:

Attorney General William Barr gives a statement amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd

“In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized, and driven by anarchic and leftist extremist groups, far-left extremist groups using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom traveled outside the state to promote the violence,” Barr continued.

Barr’s comments come shortly after President Donald Trump fingered leftist groups, such as Antifa, for widespread rioting and looting.

“It’s ANTIFA and the Radical Left.

Don’t lay the blame on others!” the president tweeted:

It’s ANTIFA and the Radical Left. Don’t lay the blame on others!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 30, 2020

“These are ‘Organized Groups’ that have nothing to do with George Floyd. Sad!” he wrote in a separate tweet:

These are “Organized Groups” that have nothing to do with George Floyd. Sad!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 30, 2020

Protests erupted in dozens of cities across the United States overnight as activists called for justice for the death of Floyd in Minneapolis.

Minneapolis Gov. Tim Walz called on protesters to disperse early Saturday morning after a nonviolent demonstration there turned to riots, looting, and vandalization.

“The absolute chaos — this is not grieving, and this is not making a statement [about an injustice] that we fully acknowledge needs to be fixed — this is dangerous,” he said. “You need to go home.”

Walz stated that he spoke with Floyd’s family, who said the violence that had overtaken the city was counterproductive to the message activists were trying to send about the 46-year-old’s death.

Floyd died Monday after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes during an arrest. There have been daily protests since the incident — which was recorded on video — calling for the officer and three others present during the arrest to face charges.

Chauvin was charged Friday with third-degree murder, and bail was set at $500,000. All four officers, including Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng, and Tou Thao, were fired from the Minneapolis Police Department.

Protesters took to the streets across the country Friday night, many beginning as peaceful demonstrations that later took a violent turn. Several buildings were torched while businesses were vandalized and looted.


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Police officer shot and killed in Oakland, FBI says

Comment by Jim Campbell

May 30th, 2020

Riots seem to be contagious.

Have one in Minneapolis and others are soon to follow.


It’s not a matter of the natives getting restless, it’s more a failure of leadership at the town, city, county and state level.

It should come as little surprise that this doesn’t happen in Republican-controlled areas, at least for now.

For my part, I’m surprised we haven’t seen more gun violence and deaths directed at the police.

Detroit Riots below:

S.F. Gate

By Eric Ting,

May 30th, 2020

A dumpster is lit on fire infront of a Target store in Oakland California on May 30, 2020, over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white policeman kneeled on his neck for several minutes. - Violent protests erupted across the United States late on May 29 over the death of a handcuffed black man in police custody, with murder charges laid against the arresting Minneapolis officer failing to quell boiling anger. Photo: JOSH EDELSON/AFP Via Getty ImagesPhoto: JOSH EDELSON/AFP Via Getty Images

A dumpster is lit on fire in front of a Target store in Oakland California on May 30, 2020, over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white policeman knelled on his neck for several minutes.

Portland, Oregon, mayor: ‘This is a riot. It’s a full-on riot’

More damage above from the “Peace love Dove” fools in Portland Oregon.

Police in Portland, Oregon, early Saturday declared a “riot” and ordered people to leave downtown after multiple fires were set and objects were thrown at officers.

Looting was reported, cars were burned and windows were smashed.

The Multnomah County Justice Center was “attacked,” and a fire was lit inside, police said. The fire is reported to have since been put out.

“This is a riot. It’s a full-on riot,” Mayor Ted Wheeler said in a phone interview with NBC affiliate KGW.

“We see people burning cars, we see people damaging businesses large and small, including some businesses I believe are owned by local African-American business owners. We’re seeing looting.”

All persons in downtown Portland: it is not safe, it is dangerous, there is rioting, leave now.

A Federal Protective Services officer was shot and killed Friday night, the FBI reports, as protests and riots took place in the city of Oakland.

In a statement, the FBI stated the shooting occurred at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building at 1301 Clay St. Authorities say a vehicle pulled up to the building and an assailant inside the vehicle began firing gunshots at security personnel stationed outside.

Two officers were shot, with one succumbing to his injuries and dying. The second officer was injured and his condition was not released by the FBI.

The Oakland Police Department and FBI are working together on an investigation and no other information was made available.

Thousands gathered for protests over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department, but the situation devolved into chaos and there are widespread reports of damage.

In total, 22 people were arrested in Oakland, with 18 arrested by the Oakland Police Department and four arrested by other agencies. In addition, 60 suspected looters were detained for further investigation.

Oakland Interim Police Chief Susan Manheimer has released a statement pleading with demonstrators to remain peaceful and respectful. [As if that will do any good.]

“They started out peaceful, and we stood with our community here in the city of Oakland to provide safe spaces and respectful spaces for demonstrators,” Manheimer said. “What we saw later on in the evening turned violent and disruptive.”


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