An arrest of a looter, last Sunday, by the Los Angeles Police department, was featured in an on-camera interview.
The violent protests that have been ravaging the United States had minimal connection towards the death of George Floyd- but everything concerning the breakdown of order and law in a society that relies on the authorities.
The hysterical civil war that had propagated throughout numerous cities last Saturday night, one of the many consequences, is a hospitalized Dallas man right after he attempted to have a word with a group of rioters.
As outlined by numerous footage of the scene that went viral on the internet, a barbarous attack that the man received from the rioters left him grievously wounded. The graphic nature of the footage may be unsuited for the younger audience.
An officer claimed that the man, whose identity has yet to be revealed, went to the 200 block of North Lamar Stree in Dallas, within the premises of House of Blues with the initiative of suppressing the neighborhood from engaging in violent protests.
Bill Melugin, KKTV in Los Angeles, interviewed right after the arrest of a break-in at a New Balance retail store.
The man armed himself with a machete.
Police said the man tried to face the protesters, who then assaulted and overpowered him, according to KTVT.
“We saw you at the New Balance store,” Melugin stated.
“Why are you out here?” Melugin questioned.
“Man, just tryin' to get some money,” the man answered.
When Melugin pressed on whether it had anything to do with “what happened in Minnesota,” the reply wasn't what the talking heads on MSNBC or in the Democratic Party wanted to hear.
“I mean, a little bit to do with that, too,” the man allowed, “but not really. I'm out here for the dough.”
It's foolhardy to deduce an intent for instances transpiring on a nation-wide from one interview of a man caught escaping a crime scene. Still, liberals have no problem extrapolating from last week's death in Minnesota. Not only is the entirety of law enforcement in the United States an inherently “racist” construct, but the entire government is too.
The featured interview of the looter in New Balance, can't summarize how looters are shown throughout the country exploiting the short-termed anarchy to loot.
The interview gathered multitudes of reactions, as anticipated. One respondent claimed that it was scripted due to the nature of the visual and audio being out of sync. However, the lip movements are too close to the words for that argument to have any leverage.
Since the “riots” concerning George Floyd”s death devolved into an orgy of anarchic plundering, liberals had been speculated to be “twisting themselves into knots attempting to pin the blame of the riots on white supremacists” (Jeremiah Ellison, Minnesota City Councilman)
However, it's not the white supremacists who are at the held of command of the most urban areas in the country. Also, it's not Russian agents who are plundering New Balance branches for sneakers.
They are American residents from cities of the Democratic Party who have had power over for ages that are exploiting the tragic death in the middle of the country to damage businesses.