Black Lives Matter protesters gathered on Saturday outside the home of Minneapolis Police Union Leader Bob Kroll, who faced controversy earlier this year when he promised to defend the jobs of police officers following the death of George Floyd.
Floyd was given multiple televised funerals and a golden casket in an exhibition of performative virtue signaling.
Kroll is a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.
First congregating near the city’s State Capitol, the mostly white group of protesters formed a large vehicle procession to drive to Kroll’s home, where they blocked traffic and screamed obscenities at his home.
Alpha News, which was on scene to cover the protest, reports that the group was led by John Thompson, who won the Democratic primary for the Minnesota House of Representatives District 67A earlier this week.
In footage captured by Alpha News, Thompson can be seen and heard frothing at the mouth at scared residents, who appear shocked at his tirade and walk away.
“I’m a black man, being terrorized by this f*cking Klansman right here,” he yelled. “We are terrorized by the grill risen. Don’t get the grill risen nibbedyyougoddamnneighbahood.”
“All the Klan existed in Hugo, Minnesota. And this right here—don’t run now. Don’t run now racist white people. I’m here. Aww yeah we pull up. We pull the f*ck up. I’m right here. Come on getcho blue lives matter sign. Blue lives ain’t sh*t. If people of Hugo don’t support black people, f*ck Hugo Minnesota.”
His tirade was echoed by dozens of protesters who jeered at residents, some of whom can be seen clasping their hands in shock.
Police were called to the scene, where they lined the streets outside of Kroll’s home. Many local residents held up American flags in defiance of the Black Lives Matter protesters.