Trump blames radical left and antifa for violent George Floyd protests after Minnesota Gov. suggested white supremacists and cartels could be manipulating riots to destablize nation as US descends into chaos

Saturday, May 30, 2020
By Paul Martin

Trump blamed antifa and radical leftists for violence in cities across the country on Friday
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz earlier suggested that foreign and extremist influences are fueling chaos
Walz hinted that white supremacists and drug cartels may be instigating the violence
Said that widespread arson and looting made a ‘mockery’ of Floyd’s death and is an attack on civil society
Walz called for full mobilization of the state’s National Guard for the first time in the state’s history
Protests devolved into chaos in violence in at least 30 cities across the country on Friday night
Federal protective officer in California and protester in Detroit were shot dead overnight
White House was besieged by hundreds of demonstrators attempting to break through Secret Service lines

30 May 2020

President Donald Trump has blamed antifa and the ‘radical left’ as protests over the death of George Floyd devolved into violence nationwide, after the governor of Minnesota suggested that foreign influences, white supremacists and drug cartels are the fueling chaos.

‘It’s ANTIFA and the Radical Left. Don’t lay the blame on others!’ Trump said in a tweet on Saturday.

On Friday night, widespread looting and arson continued in Minneapolis and nearby St. Paul, in defiance of curfews there, and protests spilled into violence in 30 cities, as a federal agent in California and a protester in Detroit were shot dead.

‘Last night is a mockery of pretending that this is about George Floyd’s death, or inequities, or historical traumas to our communities of color,’ said Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, a Democrat, on Saturday.

‘The situation in Minneapolis is no longer in any way about the murder of George Floyd, it is about attacking civil society, instilling fear, and disrupting our great cities,’ Walz said.

‘As you saw this expand across the United States, and you start to see whether it be domestic terrorism, whether it be ideological extremists to fan the group, or whether it be international destabilization of how our country works,’ he continued.

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