Woah, Woah, Woah! Hang On There!

… and right on schedule (following up from the previous post), Schlichter notices

“Okay guys, here’s the new memo. The polling is awful. Normal people are not scared – they are disgusted, so we need to change the narrative.”

“Wait, the narrative is now this was white supremacists and Russians?”


“Who will believe that?”

“MSNBCNN viewers!”

As if to order, the first item in a Twitter thread, from Joy Reid (of MSNBC) explains the new truthiness:

Remarkable info coming out of this presser: Gov. Tim Walls, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter and now MN attorney general Keith Ellison ALL alleging outside forces, domestic and possibly foreign, have post-Tuesday infiltrated the state, and are [...]

And the publicists at CNN go to work, it was all the fault of white supremacists

Minnesota officials say many of the violent protesters who have caused widespread damage are from out of state. Authorities have been monitoring alleged criminals online, including postings by suspected white supremacists trying to incite violence.

and white nationalists

[] officials in Minnesota are investigating whether outsiders, including white supremacists, are inciting riots.

Well, well, well, Jacob Frey, the boy mayor has words:

We are now confronting white supremacists, members of organized crime, out of state instigators, and possibly even foreign actors to destroy and destabilize our city and our region.

Schlichter has words too:

World’s most diverse bunch of “white supremecists” just sort of showed up in Minneapolis, likely as part of a Russian conspiracy, claims local moron.

Someone else has a comment for Mr Mayor:

This asshole is responsible for the cop that did the deed, the cops response in fleeing the riots and now wants to weasel out by claiming some strange force did all the violence.
These are the Democrats you keep electing you in your cities.

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