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VIDEO: BLM Rioter Shot With Less-Lethal Round While Trying To Throw Concrete Block At Cops


Video footage from the insurrectionist Black Lives Matter riots in Minneapolis, Minnesota shows a rioter attempting to hurl a large chunk of concrete at a line of riot police, only to get shot in the head with a less-lethal impact munition instead and fall to the ground, writhing in pain.

Amidst widespread riots and looting in Minneapolis, Minnesota last night, a Black Lives Matter agitator got more than he bargained for when he approached a line of riot police with a large chunk of concrete, which he raised in a throwing stance before being shot with a less-lethal munition.

National File reported on Sunday night’s race riots as corporate media outlets moved to ignore the story:

In scenes reminiscent of the summer of 2020, Black Lives Matter mobs are attacking police officers and jumping on police cars in Minneapolis, Minnesota after an officer involved shooting earlier today.

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One video shows at least four men jump on two abandoned police cars, lights still flashing, as the crowd records on their cell phones and shouts encouragement. The scene appears to be a residential neighborhood where hundreds of rioters have taken control of the area.

In another video, one of the rioters appears to throw a cement block at a police officer, only to be almost immediately incapacitated by crowd control projectiles employed by the Minneapolis police.

After the rioter was struck, they attempted to break through their line in an attempt to render service to the man, only to be cut off by a white man wearing what appeared to be pink feminine underwear over his face. Police were ultimately unable to render aid, and the man was carried away by rioters.

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