President Trump called-out the mainstream media’s attitude towards rioters and looters running wild in American cities Tuesday; urging the press to stop labeling arsonists “peaceful protesters.”
“We again request Kate Brown (@OregonGovBrown), the Governor of Oregon, and Mayor @TedWheeler of Portland, to call up the National Guard like should have been done 3 months ago,” posted the President on social media.
…They must stop calling these anarchists and agitators “peaceful protestors”. Come back into the real world! The Federal Government is ready to end this problem immediately upon your request.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 25, 2020
“They must stop calling these anarchists and agitators ‘peaceful protestors’. Come back into the real world! The Federal Government is ready to end this problem immediately upon your request,” he added.
KENOSHA BURNS: Wisconsin Riots Enter 2nd Night, ‘Massive Fires’ Reported Throughout City
Police and protesters clashed in Kenosha, Wisconsin Monday night following a police shooting over the weekend; with eyewitnesses reporting “massive fires” burning throughout the city.
“Officers deployed tear gas in an attempt to disperse a crowd outside the Kenosha County courthouse. Gov. Tony Evers deployed 125 Guard members to the city in an effort to prevent the kind of violence and vandalism that occurred in the city on Sunday night,” reports Fox News.
Several massive fires in downtown #Kenosha. The city is filled with smoke.
Photojournalist Tamott Wolverton shot this video. pic.twitter.com/ekFS89aSdj
— Stephanie Haines (@TMJ4Stephanie) August 25, 2020
“The unrest continued overnight, as video appeared to show a car dealership in Kenosha being looted, while others stomped on cars and pulled down street lights. Earlier, a furniture store was looted and set on fire. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections building was also reportedly set on fire,” adds Fox.
Read the full report here.
WISCONSIN BURNING: Kenosha Owner Views Destruction, Says ‘We Didn’t Do Anything to Anybody’
A local business owner in Kenosha, Wisconsin witnessed the damage caused by overnight rioting Tuesday; telling reporters “we didn’t do anything to anybody, why did this happen?”
“I got up and came down here. What I see I was not prepared for. I knew it was going to be a disaster, but I didn’t know it would be this bad,” he said. “It’s tough. This is a business that my parents started 40 years ago. 31 years ago they bought this building.”
“It’s emotionally hurtful. We didn’t do anything to anybody. Why do we deserve it?” he asked.
"We didn’t do anything to anybody. Why did we deserve it?”
A small business owner in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is in pain after his business was burned down amid rioting in the city.pic.twitter.com/J0HhTErk3r
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 25, 2020
Watch the heartbreaking moment above.