'I'm Not Gonna Lie, I Forgot His Name!': Black Lives Matter Riot & Loot In Minneapolis After Police Shoot Wanted Armed Felon

Chris Menahan
Jun. 04, 2021

Black Lives Matter rioted and looted in Minneapolis on Thursday night to demand justice for someone or other who was shot by police after reportedly shooting a gun at them in a bid to escape arrest.

Earlier in the day, city crews started dismantling the piles of garbage BLM-Antifa dubbed the "George Floyd autonomous zone."

The BLM martyr has been identified as Winston Smith.

The New York Post reported Friday that Smith is a felon with 20 prior arrests who pulled a gun and shot at police before he was killed.

From the NY Post:
The man who was fatally shot by Minneapolis cops Thursday had demanded "war" after George Floyd's death, was wanted on a felony-arms rap -- and appeared to have fired his weapon as authorities tried to arrest him, according to court records, online posts and officials.

Winston Boogie Smith, 32, was gunned down in the Midwest city around 2 p.m. when he "produced a handgun" and fired it from inside his vehicle as members of a US Marshals task force tried to take him into custody on the state warrant, officials said.

"Evidence at the scene indicates that the man fired his weapon from inside the vehicle. BCA crime scene personnel recovered a handgun as well as spent cartridge cases from inside the driver's compartment," the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said in a statement.
On Facebook, Smith made posts suggesting he wanted to go to "war" with police and said he would "shoot back" if they ever shot at him:

In related news, it was reportedly one year ago today that FBI agents were pictured kneeling to BLM "after more than a week of arson attacks, rioting, and looting."

Just like the Winston Smith of 1984, we're all now required to mourn the death of another "BLM martyr" and blame his death on "systemic racism" and "white supremacy" rather than his own criminal behavior.

"Victim! Martyr! Anything you like. Only stop the rioting! Stop the looting! Stop the pain!"

Let us all reflect on hysterical misrepresentations of what happened in Tulsa 100 years ago rather than address what's actually happening in our cities today!

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