BLM warns the US

Maya Echols delivered a message for her TikTok followers.

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Echols threatened that “all hell is gonna break loose” if Derek Chauvin “is not sentenced” for the death of George Floyd.

“If George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced, just know that all hell is gonna break loose,” Echols said. “Don’t be surprised when buildings are on fire. Just sayin’.”

Chauvin murder trial began last week. he is accused of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. The video of him made rounds around the world, causing violent protests.

Here’s what the AP reported:

A high fence installed around the courthouse for the trial is a daily reminder for jurors of security concerns. On some days, protesters gathered just beyond it, holding signs that read, “Convict Derek Chauvin” and “The World Is Watching.”


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Jurors are well aware that Floyd’s death led to months of protests in Minneapolis and cities nationwide. They’re aware, too, that thieves took advantage of demonstrations to break into, ransack and sometimes burn down stores. […]

Numerous people expressed unease about serving on the panel for Chauvin’s trial during the more than two weeks of jury selection. At least one who became teary-eyed was excused, as were others who were visibly unnerved.

Others displayed no such apprehension. A Black man in his 30s who was ultimately put on the jury wrote on a questionnaire that the Chauvin trial was the biggest case of his lifetime. And he added: “I would love to be a part of it.”

Ashley Gantt, a BLM leader in Rochester, NY, warned everyone.

“If there was looting, if there was things on fire, that is not what is important. What is important is why these things happen,” Gantt said and told the media that they’re responsible “to make sure that’s the story that’s heard.”

She justifies violence…

“I am just tired of you guys not putting the correct narrative out there,” Gantt added. “I don’t care if the whole city burned down. We need justice. And that is the story that needs to be told.”


Source: The Blaze

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