Black Lives Matter protesters kneeled in silence after finding out that another person had been killed by Minneapolis police, according to The Western Journal.
“Protestors kneel after hearing there was an officer-involved shooting in Burnsville moments ago.”
“This information HAS NOT been confirmed but this group says they’re heading there.”
Protestors kneel after hearing there was an officer-involved shooting in Burnsville moments ago. This information HAS NOT been confirmed but this group says they're heading there. pic.twitter.com/MHdQQmytnY— Mitti Hicks (@MittiMegan) April 18, 2021
“Just an update on this, protestors said later they’re heading back to Brooklyn Center because they need more information about what happened in Burnsville first.”
“At this time, the initial police report indicates suspect fired numerous shots at officers who returned fire. The suspect, believed to be a white male in his 20s, was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.”
This was the guy that was killed after opening fire on officers.
After finding out who the crazed man was, the BLM protesters regrouped back at the Brooklyn Center.
Trevor Noah shared his idea in a movie.
“I’m not saying there are no good policemen, don’t get me wrong.”
“I’m asking where the good apples are.”
“And what I mean by that is, where are the cops who are stopping the cop from putting their knee on George Floyd’s neck?”
“Good apples” would be the exception in American police forces because the total system is poisonous and that it is truly succeeding in its goal of”keep[ing] poor people in their place.”
“We’re not dealing with bad apples.”
“We’re dealing with a rotten tree that happens to grow good apples, but for the most part the tree that was planted is bearing the fruit that it was intended to.”