Monday, January 30, 2023
Monday, January 30, 2023

    National Guard Responding to the Minneapolis Police Department, President Trump Briefed

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    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has been briefed on the situation erupting at the Minneapolis Police Department, declaring the U.S. will ‘send in the cavalry,’ and Your Content is first to report that the Minnesota National Guard is headed to stop the riot outside of the police precinct.

    “We are here with the Minneapolis Fire Department ready to assist so they can safely do their mission,” the Minnesota National Guard tweeted, indicating they’ll be clearing a path for the firemen.

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    “The President has been briefed on the developing situation and is expected to make it crystal clear that the United States will not tolerate lawlessness,” an individual briefed on the arson told Your Content under the condition of anonymity.

    What’s more, President Trump has been briefed on the situation and is expected to make a statement in the coming hours.

    “This is no longer a peaceful protest. This is now an arson, reckless endangerment, and borderline domestic terrorism investigation. There will be serious consequences for the crimes committed tonight as it has done nothing but divert resources from the investigation to monitor riot outbreaks.”

    As Your Content readers know, the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct building is engulfed in flames as protests continue in Minneapolis and St. Paul on Thursday night.

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    “The White House mentioned ‘bringing in the carvery’ to assist in restoring peace. I don’t know what they were referring to, but it’s a matter of time until we find out.”

    Police had set up a fence around the precinct earlier, but it has since been pushed over and thousands of protesters are crowding around the precinct, climbing up the building and lighting its exterior on fire.

    “Chaos in the whole city. Police abandoned the city. National Guard took over,” said one person who didn’t have time to provide a name as he dashed by a Your Content reporter.

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