You Could See It Coming. . .

. . . right up 38th Street:

For the second time in less than a week, Minneapolis city crews worked to reopen the area around 38th Street and Chicago Avenue to traffic and activists have returned makeshift barriers to the area.

Minneapolis city crews, at around 4:50 a.m. Tuesday, were removing items from George Floyd Square in an attempt to reopen the intersection to traffic.

Once crews were done removing items, they left the area.

Later Tuesday, a 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS crew reported activists had returned makeshift barriers to the streets near the intersection.

Our friends in Minneapolis have turned fecklessness into an art form.

Seriously, what’s the point? Either you clear the intersection and ensure it doesn’t get blocked again, or you admit you are too weak to run your city and let the local warlords run the show. This is a stupid game. 


13 thoughts on “You Could See It Coming. . .

  1. This is so ridiculous that it’s gotten to be like a Babylon Bee script. Even liberal friends of mine from other states are laughing at our city clowncil and the moron mayor. Of course, they don’t like it when I point out that this is typical of progressive control and rule.

  2. It’s too bad that each member of the corrupt cabal running Minneapolis can’t be sued. I would derive pure joy from seeing their faces when they got served.

  3. Oh, and speaking of lawsuits – delete if considered a threadjack – the estate of Daunte Wright just received its second lawsuit.

    Is it really not possible to finagle some sort of lawsuit against the city council?

  4. My plan: turn the intersection into a roundabout. Step one: call all cell phones in the area with a strong recommendation to evacuate one kilometer away. Step two: M1 Abrams tank removes obstacles in the center of the intersection. Step three: 500 pound JDAM softens the upper soil levels. Step four: bulldozers approach from four directions to complete the process.

  5. Boss, not only does Minneapolis’s own Pajama Boy Mayor Frey look like the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Frey governs just as ineptly.

  6. From what I can tell, Frey is the closest thing to an adult in the room.
    The council seems to be made up of upper middle class Karens and people with mental health issues.

  7. City leaders don’t have the guts to marshal their vast resources and deal with this once and for all. But if some local restaurant, one that doesn’t have enough vegan choices on the menu, has a handicap parking sign that is the wrong shade of blue, or someone puts aluminum cans in the wrong bin more than two weeks in a row, I have no doubt the city would pull licenses, assess fines, and impose other onerous sanctions until the restaurant or home owner toes the line.

  8. It’s too bad that each member of the corrupt cabal running Minneapolis can’t be sued

    Stay tuned.

  9. jdm.
    Exactly! Still waiting for the woman in Houston that was terrorized and threatened by St. George Floyd, hasn’t filed at least an emotional distress suit against the family.

  10. As I commented on FB:

    Every time the city “reopens” the intersection, the activists will keep closing it. Every time. The only way it will stop is to have a heavy police presence arresting those activists and charging them with obstruction of traffic. Which will never happen with the current leadership. So at this point in time, it would be in the best interests of Mpls taxpayers to give up that intersection and offer assistance to those who want to move out of the area. In until a mayor with balls hires a police chief with balls, it’s a hopeless endeavor.

  11. and offer assistance to those who want to move out of the area

    That’s actually a pretty effing good idea.

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