The Democratic party is no longer hiding what it is…
John Thompson, who won the Minnesota Democratic primary for 67A, was caught on video inciting a crowd to "burn down" the suburbs of Minneapolis.
At one point he shouted:
This whole state burned down for $20 damn dollars, you think we give a f**k about burning it down?
At another point, Democrat John Thompson also shouted:
F your motherf**king peace, white racist motherf**kers!
Is this who the people of Minnesota truly want representing them?
Will the leadership in the Democratic party condemn the words spoken by John Thompson?
Can you imagine if a Republican said anything close to what Thompson said?
See the video for yourself below:
It is being reported that the crowd gathered outside Bob Kroll's house.
Kroll is the head of the Minnesota Police Union.
The Blaze has more details on the inciteful speech:
John Thompson, a Democrat campaigning for State House in Minnesota, launched into a fiery diatribe during a Black Lives Matter protest outside the home of Minneapolis Police Federation President Bob Kroll on Saturday. During the vitriolic tirade, Thompson hinted that the town of Hugo be burned down, which is where Kroll lives.
The crowd outside Kroll's home were demanding his resignation, accusing him of "fostering a toxic culture within the Minneapolis Police Department," according to KSTP-TV.
One of the most blunt and unreserved speakers during the hours-long protest was Thompson, who won the Democratic primary for the Minnesota House of Representatives District 67A last week. Thompson, who is trying to represent the constituents of Eastside of St. Paul, set a hostile tone by stating, "I didn't come here to be peaceful."
Thompson said Kroll was a member of the Ku Klux Klan and even claimed he was the Grand Wizard.
"Why the f*** is we so peaceful in this [homophobic slur removed] neighborhood," Thompson shouted. "F*** your motherf***ing peace, white racist motherf***ers!"
One of the neighbors was holding a Blue Lives Matter flag and Thompson told him to "stick it up his a**."
Thompson suggested to the crowd that the entire town should be burned down. "This whole god***n state burned down for $20 goddamn dollars, you think we give a f*** about burning Hugo down?"
"Blue lives don't mean s*** to black people," Thompson said. "F*** Hugo, Minnesota!"
Activist Tuscon Morrison said, "Here in Hugo, Minnesota, I'm going to take a wild guess and take it you don't have to fear for your life as much as you do in Minneapolis with Bob Kroll and his gang of thugs hunting down black and brown bodies like they're getting paid for it because they are."
Kroll, his wife, and his family were in the garage during the protest.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) endorsed Thompson in June.
Will Minnesota Governor Tim Walz condemns Thompson's comments?
Or will he stand by his endorsement?
This will be a telling case of where the Democratic party truly stands.
So far, it appears the Democratic party has remained silent on Thompson's violent comments.
Fortunately, the GOP has spoken out and CONDEMNED the comments!
According to the Minnesota Star Tribune:
Minnesota Republican leaders are criticizing as "reprehensible" a Black Lives Matter protest where a Minnesota House candidate shouted expletives within earshot of neighbors and children.
More than 100 people congregated outside Minneapolis police union president Bob Kroll's home in Hugo, where he lives with his wife, WCCO reporter Liz Collin. The rally on Saturday came as part of an effort calling for both Kroll and Collin to be fired from their jobs.
Two videos circulating on Twitter show John Thompson, a DFL activist who last week won his primary for House District 67A in St. Paul, wearing a shirt reading "Bob KKKroll Must Go!" and shouting into a microphone to the group of protesters, with neighbors and children nearby. One clip shows him saying "You think we give a [expletive] about burning Hugo down?" In another, he says "[Expletive] Hugo." Activists also smashed piñata effigies of the pair and took a knee before dispersing.
In a statement on Saturday, Republican Party Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan referred to the protesters as "radical Democrats" who harassed the community surrounding Kroll's home.
Thompson's words and the "overall sentiment of today's Democrats is reprehensible," the statement read.
The Democratic party continues to march further and further to the left.
What signals is the Democratic party leadership giving that makes members think they can speak and behave this way?
We must vote for president Trump this November to protect American ideals and freedom!
We cannot allow the mob to take over!