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“Hey, you know something people? I’m small-town white, but there’s a whole lots a times I wish I could say I’m moving to a smaller town.” 

The New Rule: If the cops kill somebody your town’s Target has to give up its stuff.

Did you ever live in a riot-torn city when the army is sent into the city? I have. You do not want to be in a city once the army arrives.

And then there are the moments when private armies also deploy:

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  • ghostsniper May 28, 2020, 9:33 AM

    sheen gunz, shoot everybody

    It goes from one extreme to the other dudn’t it?
    Jackboots murdering negro’s, negro’s murdering other negro’s, negro’s rioting and stealing stuff.
    Is there a common denominator in this stuff?

  • Stargazer May 28, 2020, 9:52 AM

    The madness of (low IQ) crowds.

  • Kevin in PA May 28, 2020, 10:15 AM

    Ah, and here we have a clear demonstration of the failure within the black community to respond appropriately. Why are the voices of sensible black leaders not listened to? I’m not suggesting that the race hustlers, like Sharpton and Jackson get involved. They do nothing for the blacks. They are dividers. Neither do I suggest that young blacks look up to the likes of Labron James. He is an idiot who perpetuates the race hustle.

    Intelligent black men and women, like Thomas Sowell, Candice Owens, Walter Williams, to name just a few, seem to be shunned by the general population of blacks in America. Is it because the ideas they offer are simple not mentioned within their circle of information and educations? Is it because they advocate policies that reject the entire notion of the current welfare state? The welfare state that has inculcated a sense of dependency and entitlement. The welfare state that has destroyed the two parent family. The welfare state that has fomented racial division and a permanent underclass.

    Life is challenging and full of hardship. The winners overcome those hardships and don’t blame the world for their failings. To teach young people that they are nothing more than victims of oppression is to teach a lie.

    From what I saw in the video, George Floyd was murdered and justice should be served by indicting the cops on criminal charges. No prosecutorial immunity. No paid administrative leave. And the former cops should pay for their own legal defense as private citizen.

    Where is the mayor during all of this? The governor? Are they hiding? The looters and rioters are not seeking justice and the best remedy I can think of is twofold;
    #1 All business owners should adopt the “rooftop Korean posture” and shoot the looters as they attempt to destroy.
    #2 Bring out the fire trucks and hose these feral bastards down hard.

  • mikeski May 28, 2020, 10:19 AM

    “Looting and flames erupt[…]”

    Imagine that, stuff just happens. No human agency involved.

  • Denny May 28, 2020, 10:57 AM

    Nothing to see here folks, it’s just the final fruition of their political agenda and the content of their character.

  • Gordon Scott May 28, 2020, 11:04 AM

    It has been made perfectly clear to Minneapolis police by the mayor and council that they are to hunker down and take it. They are being replaced in the front lines by state cops and National Guard.

    Some of the looted stores are ones I work in every week. One CVS is over a mile from the place of death and the riot center.

    The front lines of people yelling at the cops are Antifa, not Black Lives Matter. The looters are all races.

  • Anonymous May 28, 2020, 3:09 PM

    At this point the best we can hope for us that the chimps and the thugs with badges will cancel each other out.

  • Lance de Boyle May 28, 2020, 6:13 PM

    Kevin in PA nails it. Not only would rooftop guards and high-pressure hoses put the brakes on simian rioting, but it would also teach that behavior has consequences.

    [wow that was SO pedantic.]

  • John the River May 28, 2020, 6:28 PM

    A dozen CVS and Walgreens go up in smoke after being looted and the price of a box of band-aids in my town a thousand miles away goes up 10 cents.

    The death of a thousand/thousand cuts.

  • BlogDog May 28, 2020, 10:00 PM

    At least now I know why it’s called “Target.”