Grind for March 9th
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Shaun King Doxes Kenosha Cops
So there was more rioting last night. It’s been three months since George Floyd was killed by a multiracial group of cops in entirely Democrat-led Minneapolis, Minnesota, and in that time the best solution our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters on the left can find is to destroy property and beat people up.
If they’re not actively rioting, they’re either condoning it or ignoring it. And that goes all the way up to the dementia-stricken leader of their useless political party, who went a full week during the Democratic National Convention without saying a word about the chaos and destruction breaking out in one American city after another.
We just saw the third night of rioting in Kenosha, Wisc., of all places. (When was the last time you thought about Kenosha? When was the first time?) So now professional race-baiter and honorary African-American Shaun King – AKA Talcum X, AKA MiLK, AKA Hueless P. Newton, AKA Alabaster Sharpton – is doing that thing he does where he accuses innocent people of crimes and makes money from it.
Lee Brown, NY Post:
Accused fraudster Shaun King is threatening to name innocent cops as Jacob Blake’s shooter if the Kenosha Police Department doesn’t release the identity of the officer who did…
The Brooklyn-based King later named an officer whose name has circulated – with no proof – saying he was “in protective custody in a hotel because people thought he shot Jacob Blake.” He then named a second officer, again with no proof it was the officer who shot Blake in the back as he got into his car after brawling with officers. Read more…
Trump Sending Federal Law Enforcement to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to Help Quell Riots
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers had finally accepted his offer to send federal forces to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to stop violent riots.
“TODAY, I will be sending federal law enforcement and the National Guard to Kenosha, WI to restore LAW and ORDER!” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Trump said his White House team spoke with Evers on Wednesday.
“We will NOT stand for looting, arson, violence, and lawlessness on American streets,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “My team just got off the phone with Governor Evers who agreed to accept federal assistance.”
Evers announced Wednesday afternoon that he would increase the deployment of National Guard troops to 500 after he deployed 250 troops on Tuesday evening.
It is unclear whether the president is sending additional federal law enforcement, such as agents from the Department of Homeland Security, to Wisconsin to help quell the riots or just additional National Guard troops.
Evers turned down an offer of federal law enforcement assistance from the White House on Tuesday before two people were shot and killed and one person was shot and injured.
“We have a National Guard standing by that if the general for the National Guard needs additional help, we’re there to do it,” Meadows said in an interview Tuesday on Fox News. “But today, that request was denied by the governor.” Read more…
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