(Article by Chris Menahan republished from InformationLiberation.com)
A DFL-endorsed candidate for the Minnesota House screamed profanities at a group of teenaged girls during a protest Saturday outside the home of Bob Kroll in Hugo, Minnesota.
"I'm a black man being terrorized by this f–ing Klansman right here," shouted John Thompson, who won his primary Tuesday for House District 67A. "Y'all got the grand wizard living in your [vulgarity] neighborhood."
"Don't run now. Don't run now racist white people. I'm here. Oh yeah, we pull up. We pulled the f– up," Thompson continued. "Blue lives ain't s–, and if people here don't support black people, f– Hugo, Minnesota."
While he was shouting, Thompson was looking in the direction of a group of four to five teenaged girls who were standing on their front driveway and watching the demonstration. One of their acquaintances was apparently wearing a "blue lives matter" shirt, but had gone back inside.
"I've known John for years. His fierce advocacy and commitment to his community is exactly what's needed in the State Legislature right now. I look forward to working with him as the next State Representative for 67A," Walz said in his endorsement.
He also received the endorsement of Attorney General Keith Ellison and Rep. Betty McCollum.
Gov. Walz in May tried to blame "white supremacists" for the George Floyd riots.
Meanwhile, Thompson proudly boasted that his community was responsible for the riots and threatened that Hugo was next.
"We coming!" Thompson screamed at local residents. "We coming for everything that you motherf***ers took from us ... This whole goddamn state burned down for 20 goddamn dollars. You think we give a f*** about burning Hugo down?"
Thompson is a shoo-in and odds are overwhelming he will soon represent the Democratic Party in House District District 67A in St. Paul.
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