No one has been charged, and there’s no evidence yet to substantiate who was responsible. Still, a Minnesota Trump supporter’s home was vandalized, their garage set on fire, and vehicles destroyed. The graffiti at the scene included a Symbol for Antifa, ‘BLM,’ and ‘Biden 2020.’
I’m not leaping to any conclusions here. We’ve reported on far too many hoax crimes to make assumptions about anything. But Democrats have mentioned using violence and fire to get their way, so there is that.
We also have a story in -process of another “attack” on a Trump supporter’s residence, this one closer to home, but not nearly as bold or destructive. Still, the timing is curious.
As to the matter in Minnesota,
Just before 4:00 am, Brooklyn Center police officers and firefighters were dispatched to the report of an explosion and fire in the area of 69th Ave N and Morgan Ave N in Brooklyn Center. Officers located a fire at a residence in the 6900 block of Morgan Ave N. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire, but not before a detached three car garage and three vehicles were destroyed. There was minor damage to the house. There were no injuries during this incident. Officers and firefighters were able to save the three dogs in kennels and four puppies located in the garage.* This fire is considered suspicious and our investigation remains extremely active. The home occupants had a fairly large “Trump 2020” sign that was destroyed, and our officers observed what appeared to be fresh spray paint on the garage before it burned down. The spray paint included “Biden 2020”, “BLM” and capital letter “A” with a circle around it.
Just be aware, Trump supporters. They no longer seem inclined to wait for you to wander out to attack you. There is now evidence that they will come to you to harass you and do you harm. And this reminds me of something…
I’ve got it, Fascism!
There is little or no coverage of this in the corporate media. The Star-Tribune has a decent write-up here, and this, “Along with local agencies, the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are also investigating the fire. A reward of $5,000 is being offered for information leading to the identification of whoever is responsible. Tips can be called in to 1-800-723-2020.”