I don’t think this is a coincidence.
Just two days after Maxine Water’s infamous speech that commanded rioters to “get more confrontational” a church has now caught on fire in North East Minneapolis.
Sacred Heart of Jesus church caught on fire yesterday around 7 pm, luckily firefighters were able to save some members who were inside of the church before the roof started to cave in.
As of right now, the cause of the fire is still under investigation but I think we already have a hint on who caused it.
BREAKING: Large flames now coming through roof of Minneapolis church as firefighters, extended above the fire from ladder trucks, spray massive amounts of water on raging flames. pic.twitter.com/3Eck0EFcwP
— Preston Phillips 🇺🇸 (@PrestonTVNews) April 20, 2021
— Breaking 4 News (@Breaking_4_News) April 20, 2021
CBS 4 News covered the mysterious fire and shared these details:
A fire caused major damage to the century-old Sacred Heart of Jesus church in northeast Minneapolis Monday night.
Crews were called just before 7 p.m. to the church, located on the 2200 block of 5th Street Northeast, after reports of a fire on the first floor.
Firefighters rescued a few parishioners who had entered the church to try and put out the flames. By the time they were taken to safety, the fire spread to the roof.
Minneapolis Fire Department Chief Bryan Tyner says a partial roof collapsed forced crews back into a defensive mode, attacking the roof from the air as well as handling flames that spread to the bell tower atop the church.
I am sure this is just a coincidence that Sacred Heart of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church in Minneapolis just happened to catch fire. Hey, does anyone know where Maxine Waters was last night?https://t.co/mq9sJJCwmT
— The Right Rev. Dr. Arthur Extra DeLarge, MD, PhD (@DelargeExtra) April 20, 2021
Of course, liberals are already trying to throw out the idea that Antifa and BLM rioters burned it down.
The Gateway Pundit covered the story too:
Firefighters responded to a church fire in northeast Minneapolis Monday evening after closing arguments in the Chauvin trial concluded.
Tensions are very high after Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters threatened Chauvin jurors and incited mob violence.
Rep. Waters told BLM protesters to “get more confrontational with authorities.”
The church is located on the 2200 block of 5th St. NE, about 10 minutes from the protest downtown.
— WCCO | CBS News Minnesota (@WCCO) April 20, 2021