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Minnesota Democrat Gov. Tim Walz Wants “Substantial Aid” From Trump/FEMA Following Destruction From Riots

Gov. Walz wrote a letter to President Trump asking for federal aid to clean up his cities after the "peaceful protesters" have now gone home.


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After allowing his state to run amok with violence for days during the George Floyd protests, Minnesota Govenor Tim Walz (capital D-emocrat) has a small favor to ask of the Federal Government. 

Around 500 million small favors

It’s funny, the idea of “peaceful protests” and “Fema” don’t seem to line up…

Our friends at Fox News report on his plea to Donald Trump, and Fema, to declare the affected areas as a “major disaster:”

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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has asked President Trump for a federal disaster declaration in his state due to “extensive fire damage” and other destruction in the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day.

“We need to come together to ensure Minnesotans who were victims of this destruction have access to critical infrastructure they need so they can go to the grocery store, pick up their medication, and live their lives,” Walz said in a

He also appealed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for financial assistance to help cover the cost of debris removal, emergency measures and damage to public buildings and equipment.

“We’re asking our federal partners to step up and help our communities recover,” he said.

Walz’s office estimates the cost of the damage to more than 1,500 businesses in Minneapolis and St. Paul at over $500 million.”

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