skinster wrote:Well we saw them placing carts of bricks near where protests were happening in the earlier protests against George Floyd's murder.
You actually saw people you know to be police placing bricks near protests? Nothing the Democrats do really surprises me, but I assume they are using Antifa members or their assets to do most of that activity.
skinster wrote:There's been cops caught out by protesters within the crowds too, pretending to not be cops.
It's not uncommon for police to have plain clothes or under cover units. Are you saying they were rioting, or merely infiltrating?
skinster wrote:There is no doubt much infiltration going on in protests and anti-police-violence orgs, which likely includes violence to demonise those protesting against their regular murder-with-impunity.
So you have no doubt, but do you have evidence? I mean we see plain as day something like the Antifa guy who killed a Patriot Prayer protester having been previously arrested on a gun charge during a protest and simply being released with his gun by the district attorney. So we know that the Democrats are involved in trying to keep the riots going. It would be interesting if we could prove that they are actually using the police to the same end.
skinster wrote:Oh and that thing they do, executing people often on camera that is the cause of the protests to begin with.
I think there is a general consensus that Derek Chauvin was a dirty cop. There is new evidence that George Floyd may have died as a proximate cause of his fentanyl use. Apparently, he also had covid. My mother just got over it, and she had difficulty breathing too. In spite of that evidence, civil rights attorney Robert Barnes still thinks that Chauvin is a dirty cop. Here are some of his comments:
Chauvin comments are about 4 minutes in. Also, get to about 5:30. If Floyd was an informant, and may have complained against Chauvin, that would be interesting. Also, about 13:00 minutes in he starts talking about possible ties to political actors. Remember that Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the race, and out of VP contention too as she let Chauvin go.
If there is going to be change, there needs to be political change. So far, I don't see a lot of appetite among urban Democrats to abandon the Democrats. That's what really needs to happen. As long as the Democrats have an absolute lock on power in the cities, nothing will ever happen to them.