Saturday, May 30, 2020

Pentagon Orders US Army To Prepare Its Military Police For Minneapolis Protest Duty

A protestor stands in the middle of the tear gas confronting tactical officers at the intersection of Young St. and S. Griffin St. in downtown Dallas on Friday

Business Insider: Pentagon orders US Army to prepare its military police for Minneapolis protest duty, according to report

* The Pentagon ordered the Army to ready military police for deployment to Minneapolis amid riots incited by the death of George Floyd, a senior Pentagon official told The Associated Press.
* The protests demanding justice for Floyd turned violent on Thursday when rioters set the Minneapolis Third Police Precinct on fire near where Floyd was detained.
* A Pentagon spokesman told the AP that Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz did not ask for military police to be deployed to Minneapolis.
* Alyssa Farah, the White House director of strategic communications, reportedly denied the claim.

The Pentagon ordered the US Army to ready its active-duty military police to deploy to Minneapolis where the death of George Floyd incited protests across the US, The Associated Press reported late Friday night.

Roughly 800 US soldiers would deploy to the city if called to the ready, AP reported.

The orders were sent Friday after President Donald Trump looked to Defense Secretary Mark Esper for immediate deployment options as tensions escalated between protesters and police officers in Minneapolis, according to the AP.

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Anonymous said...

Let's bomb Iran!

fazman said...

Enough with the urban terrorists, its rubber bullet time

Anonymous said...

Many of those 'terrorists" are white. You wanna shoot them, too?

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

My spouse is nonwhite. You think, if any of those white yahoos hurt our nonwhite kids, that my non-white spouse would be forgiving, because they are white?

Are you an idiot?

Let me answer for you. Yes, you are.

Go take you vile troll bile drink it and move the fuck away.

Anonymous said...

The wife of Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd, has reportedly filed for divorce over his role in the case, according to media reports.

Attorneys for Kellie Chauvin said Friday that she is seeking the “dissolution of her marriage” to Chauvin.

“She is devastated by Mr. Floyd’s death,” a statement on behalf of Kellie Chauvin and her family read. “Her utmost sympathy lies with his family, his loved ones and with everyone who is grieving.”

“She has filed for dissolution of her marriage,” the letter continued.

Anonymous said...

A terrorist is a terrorist regardless of color or station of life as such they should be shot.

Anonymous said...

According to media reports, " the letter continued" the famous letter from nowhere, reports, hearsay, even true that's real matrimonial loyalty!

Anonymous said...

So 10:10, you say your wife is non white and wouldn't forgive. If her children are terrorists and get shot, she should have thought of this while raising them. I could care less what you or her think of me.

Anonymous said...

Are those 10:30's words are did Clerky Clerk do another cut and paste job without using quotes?

Jealous Democrats like good liberals everywhere were salivating like Pavlov's dog over juicy details of Derek Chauvin's life like his pending divorce to his wife's parking ticket from 3 centuries ago or something.

While obsessing about a fine that Kellie Chauvin may have had 5 millenia ago or the divorce, Liberals, drooling idiots that they are, skip over the fact that Derek Chauvin married a nonwhite person. Not surprised are ya. Liberals are the most clueless among us.

If a person is married to a person of another race, they are less likely to be racist all the way around.

Yeah, Clerky Clerk missed that.

Sure Derek Chauvin could be racists against blacks, while not being racists against Vietnamese, but It does make it harder for liberals to prove that he was. We don't know at this point. But the burden of proof for liberals got much steeper.

It doesn't matter though. Liberals are warming up their pet rock collections. They have not been to a good stoning in awhile and just can't wait.

Liberals also missed that Derek Chauvin was working with his Vietnamese brother-in-law. But liberals will gloss over that too. That guy will be a white-Vietnamese just like Zimmerman was a white-Hispanic.

You can never out argue a liberal with facts. They will just come up with new lies to substantiate their previous lies.

Anonymous said...

Far-right extremists are showing up, with guns, to the protests against police brutality that have exploded across the country.

Others are egging on the violence from behind their computers, urging followers to carry out acts of violence against black protesters with the goal of sparking a “race war.”

Their presence makes an uneasy addition to the escalating unrest, which was triggered by the death of George Floyd, a black man who was choked to death by a white Minneapolis police officer earlier this week.

But there’s a range of motivations that’s driving far-right interest toward the protests, which are being led by community members and Black Lives Matter, and bolstered by antifascists.

For example, the so-called Boogaloo Bois — a group of armed anti-government extremists made visible by their Hawaiian shirts — have reportedly shown up to some of the protests.

READ: The cop who kneeled on George Floyd's neck was just charged with murder

The “boogaloo” is code for impending civil war or violent confrontation with law enforcement, and that’s what they’re hoping to get out of the protests. Their main reason for being there is their antipathy toward law enforcement, and so they’re trying to position themselves as allies of Black Lives Matter protesters. They’ve made police brutality one of their central issues, which was explored at length in a Bellingcat article this week.

Anonymous said...

You live in a fantasy world.

Anonymous said...

Bellingcat formed by Eliot Higgins.

Wow, that is your source? What a fumb duck you are.

For every white racists you find, I can find a black racist. Considering there are 5 times more white than blacks in America, it is a damning indictment of liberalism.

So hang into you boogaloo hang ups.

It is like my military unit. There were 12 white racists. They identified them and ran them out of the military. There were more than 12 black racists in the unit. They didn't touch those.

Same thing with the shit you peddle arse wipe.

Anonymous said...

I can not speak about where and what you were in etc
I ask: how many years ago in this land of freedom were Blacks integrated into our military rather than separated? Who (which party) integrated our military? I am old enough to have been told to move to the front of a bus (or get off the bus)while in army uniform in or get off the bus because the rear of the bus was for Blacks...that was in Virginia in the United tell me all you want about how Blacks bad and white good

Anonymous said...

Clecky you're wrong again.

Anonymous said...

"I ask: how many years ago in this land of freedom were Blacks integrated into our military rather than separated?"

2 generations ago.

How many generations have to go by before you let up with your guilt tripping, your babble, your pablum, your utter shit that you the up against the wall to see if it will stick?

5? 10? 100? 1,000?

3 out 4 of my kids grandparents were not born US citizens. Do they pay 1/4 reparations?

Or maybe 1/2 of that since they are only 1.2 white. So 1/8th reparations.

Dude, you are sick in the head. See a psychiatrist.

Anonymous said...

Surprised no one is talking about the autopsy results yet.

Anonymous said...

When Woodrow Wilson Segregated the Federal Workforce

An inconvenient truth about a former president.

The US military overall was starting desegregation before 1946. The military was being desegregated during WW2. It was probably at the behest of the The Pentagon and not FDR. I read in one of the WW2 or military history magazines that the navy had desegregated training and service in 1944 or 1945. Being in a big organization, it probably was not all out of altruism. It was just cheaper than maintaining segregation. It was efficient to be colorblind.

Maybe we would have gotten desegregation sooner like in the 20s or 30s if not for Democrat President Wilson?

Or we might have had it in the 1860s or 1870s if not for the FUCKING ASS Democrat Party. In Carolina there was a Fusion Party. The democrat Party put their knee down on it.

Anonymous said...

"They had been integrated during the post-war Reconstruction period, enabling African Americans to obtain federal jobs and work side by side with whites in government agencies. Wilson promptly authorized members of his cabinet to reverse this long-standing policy of racial integration in the federal civil service."

Democrats undoing 50 years of progress at the stroke of a pen.

Anonymous said...

If you are white, you are alright
If you are brown,hang around
If you are black, stand back

a saying we had in parts of the south
So: you are white, I take it...and who has asked you to pay reparations?
the govt? no. perhaps a few people here and there and NOTHING has been done or proposed at the federal, the state, or the local govt. so you are bsing.
Calling me sick has just now ended our conversation. Fuck you

Anonymous said...

police rarely face criminal charges for actions that might land an ordinary person in the dock. The protesters and rioters on the streets of Minneapolis see this as part of a pattern of institutional racism, in which black victims of police malpractice rarely achieve justice. But the police in fact enjoy a degree of legal protection, from a doctrine known as “qualified immunity.”

Federal law gives Americans the right to sue government officials who violate their constitutional rights. But in Pierson v Ray, decided in 1967, the Supreme Court held that public officials who commit “good faith” rights violations are entitled to “qualified immunity”, intended to shield them against frivolous lawsuits.

As the Supreme Court explained in 2015, that means that government employees cannot be sued for actions undertaken in the course of their duties, “so long as their conduct does not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known”. That sounds sensible enough—but over time the “clearly established” part of the doctrine has almost completely subsumed the “reasonable person” part.

Anonymous said...

Probably old enough to have voted for Wilson

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Who has asked for reparations?

Rep. Conyers (HR 3745) in November 1989

The internet is chock full of names calling for reparations.

And yet you play stupid.

Or maybe you ain't playing?

Anonymous said...

It wasn't what some people expected.

Anonymous said...

So you claim to be from the South, where?

Anonymous said...

We can't because of people like you.

Anonymous said...

10 years, out in 5.

Anonymous said...

"police rarely face criminal charges for actions that might land an ordinary person in the dock."

You saw the part about qualified immunity. Do doctors practice without insurance? You are asking LEO's to enforce the law without "insurance". How many would?

Maybe we are about to find out as liberals go further and further into the deep end.
Make sure you move to deep blue, asphyxiated state, where governors, mayors and legislators give cops no protection.

See how long that lasts.

Anonymous said...

I am not from the south. I said that we have saying there. Misdirected a bit in editorial "we." But you, of course, need to be a fuckin nitpicker because you are an asshole and do not w2ant to recgognize our history...Malcolm X had it right: the chickens have come back to roost
Now I do not condone riots and mayhem. But not by chance that cop is being charged with murder. Take a look at the video. Kneeling on neck and casually with a hand in pocket for ten minutes while the dying man pleads. No. That is ok with you. Well then accept the consequences

Anonymous said...

Yes you do condone them. You sure have a lot of those ""editorial misdirections". If you're not from "the South" how do you know it's a saying. It's you who needs to accept consequences, but you won't, you are just a liar.

Anonymous said...

"Our" history? Asking for facts is nitpicking? If you are not from the South ( your words) where did you get the saying " If you're black, stand back"?

Anonymous said...

"Kneeling on neck and casually with a hand in pocket for ten minutes while the dying man pleads. "

It was 7 or 9 minutes. I don't remember which now. But now you are pegging it at 10. Tomorrow you will have it at 20 minutes.

Hands in the pants can mean a few things
1) Hands in pockets with thumbs out is said by some body language experts to mean that you are confident. Derek Chauvin did not have his thumbs out. Possibly he still could have been confident.
2) Hands in pockets could mean that he is mentally trying to hide. It is a subconscious thing. Certainly the crowd was hostile and crowds often attack police officers.
3) He could have been resting his hands.
4) Pocket pool

I have ran out of ideas. I am not convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was#1. I think it might have been #2.

If it was #2, I saw charge the crowd with manslaughter. String all of them up. You can get proof of #2. Not hard.

"Casually" is your interpretation. Are you a body language expert? Are you an expert at anything besides turning food into excrement?

At least 1 of the 4 other cops was a minority. Could they still all be racist? Possibly, but I think you have to prove it. I am sure you can prove it. If you are an expert at anything besides creating shit, it is pulling shit out of your ass.

We still have not heard sworn testimony of the 17 years at the night club. Between police work and a 2nd job it did not give Chauvin a lot of time to attend KKK meetings with you. Besides if for some reason he had attended KKK meeting with you, you would have put him on double secret probation for his smoking hot Asian wife. Not because she is Asian, but because you are jealous.

You are just a dumb ass saltine and you have the attitude of the punk woman who got her ass clocked.

Chauvin was probably scared (#2). He was probably like the truck driver

Jared Arms filmed the protester being dragged by the FedEx truck after the protester CLIMBED BETWEEN HIS TWO TRAILERS!
The mob was banging on his truck.
You can see the protester was stuck between the trailers.
The more the mob banged on his truck the more the driver was determined to get away

But you're good even though your play station won't come through the mail now. It was on that truck. Do we doubt that you already picked one up at the local Target for a discount?

Anonymous said...

I need no lectures on American history. We are talking about now
We are talking about why police captains all over the nation have piped up to denounce what assholes here defend: murder. Murder? Well, the cop[ was arrested and charged with murder? Murder? well the cop's wife has filed for divorce after seeing the video and proclaimed sympathy with her husband/s victim...unlike right wing misfits commenting here I will let the courts decide...meantime, what we have is lousy policing by any standard and if you know not that then you are as dumb as the parents who mistakenly brought you up

Anonymous said...


fred said...

In nearly two decades with the Minneapolis Police Department, Derek Chauvin faced at least 17 misconduct complaints, none of which derailed his career.

Over the years, civilian review boards came and went, and a federal review recommended that the troubled department improve its system for flagging problematic officers.

All the while, Mr. Chauvin tussled with a man before firing two shots, critically wounding him. He was admonished for using derogatory language and a demeaning tone with the public. He was named in a brutality lawsuit. But he received no discipline other than two letters of reprimand.

It was not until Mr. Chauvin, 44, was seen in a video with his left knee pinned to the neck of a black man, prone for nearly nine minutes and pleading for relief, that the officer, who is white, was suspended, fired and then, on Friday, charged with murder.

His case is not unusual. Critics say the department, despite its long history of accusations of abuse, never fully put in place federal recommendations to overhaul the way in which it tracks complaints and punishes officers — with just a handful over the years facing termination or severe punishment.

Derek ChauvinCredit...Brommerich/Ramsey County Sheriff's Office, via Associated Press

Even as outrage has mounted over deaths at the hands of the police, it remains notoriously difficult in the United States to hold officers accountable, in part because of the political clout of police unions, the reluctance of investigators, prosecutors and juries to second-guess an officer’s split-second decision and the wide latitude the law gives police officers to use force.

Police departments themselves have often resisted civilian review or dragged their feet when it comes to overhauling officer disciplinary practices. And even change-oriented police chiefs in cities like Baltimore and Philadelphia — which over the last few years have been the sites of high-profile deaths of black men by white officers — have struggled to punish or remove bad actors.

The challenge has played out against and reinforced racial divisions in America, with largely white police forces accused of bias and brutality in black, Latino and other minority communities. Mr. Floyd’s death came just weeks after Ahmaud Arbery, a black man in southeast Georgia, was pursued by three white men and killed, and after Breonna Taylor, a black woman, was fatally shot by the police in Kentucky.

Their deaths have unleashed a wave of tremendous protests across the country, extending far beyond Minneapolis on Friday, with protesters destroying police vehicles in Atlanta and New York, and blocking major streets in San Jose and Detroit — all cities that have wrestled with accusations of police misconduct.

Anonymous said...

Fred once more regurgitates an article without thinking.

1) Some liberal groups have a policy of filing complaints against police right, wrong or indifferent. Some of those groups are publicly proud of their tactic.

2) Once again stupid people opinion, but this is the average. His complaints were above average. So it was above the average and that means what? You do not know what it means. !st 3 things you want to know in descriptive statistics That is statistics that every 6th grader should know) is the mode, the variation and the shape of the distribution. From the latter it might be safe to assume the normal distribution (the bell curve).
For the 1st you might look at the mean, the mode and the median. You might look t all 3 measure of central tendency because the median or mean might lead you astray. Many liberals ares strays form the truth. For variation you much use standard deviation.

If you gave me mean and standard deviation, I would assume the bell curve, because many 'natural' process are. If you should that Derek Chauvin was 3 standard deviations above the mean for complaint, I might immediately assume bad cop.

But what happened liberal idiots simply said above the mean .... ego guilty. Good God, you insult my intelligence with your shallow thinking.

Also, when you throw out the stat that average, have you normalize for city size, years of service?

Of course not.

My opinion is that the officers should never have responded to the call. They should have let the crime go unpunished. They should let liberal citizens live in filth of their own making. The officers should reason that in California they do not arrest and charge people for shop lifting under 950 dollars. They should have reason that 20 < 950 and although Minneapolis has not adopted California standards yet, they will.

So they should have FIDO. If the George Floyd gets mad that the store clerk won't accept the counterfeit 20, and goes gentle giant on him. So sad.

Liberals deserve to live in filth.

Anonymous said...

There have been any number of videos of people confronted on a street by roving packs of liberals, who are scared out of their mind by the harassment of such packs and hot the gas pedal.

The great and learned professora of many years of experience(?) did not weigh in on whether the Fed Ex truck driver should be arrested or fired.


Because the professora knows where that line of reason goes and she has nothing?

That person died under 18 wheels. You could at least howl for the truck drivers blood like a wolf and demand that he be charge with manslaughter.

It would be a good look for you.

Anonymous said...

So in my locale they held a protest march.

4 dead black people (maybe 5) this year locally and they want to protest George Floyd.

4 dead black people, there are sure to be revenge killings and they want to protest George Floyd.

4 dead black people and it had broken 80 degrees maybe twice, It will get hotter, people will be out more and there will be more kills, but they want to protest George Floyd.

4 dead black people and the drugs have been shut off to a significant degree. When they try to reassert distribution, there will be turf wars, but they want to protest George Floyd.

The will be between 15 and 25 dead black people out of a population of 100,000 (less), but they will protest George Floyd.