MSNBC Reporter Tries To Downplay Severity Of Minneapolis Riots As A Building Burns Behind Him (VIDEO)

On Thursday night as riots unfolded in Minneapolis, MSNBC’s Ali Velshi bent over backwards to try to downplay the severity of the situation.

He did this on camera as a building burned behind him.

It was a stunning moment.

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What?! MSNBC Anchor Says Minneapolis Riot Is ‘Not Generally Unruly’… As a Building Burns Behind Him

What is going on at NBC? I mean, seriously, in the Trump era, the liberal media never ceases to amaze with their abject stupidity. At the same time, it’s amazingly entertaining, like watching MSNBC host Ali Velshi say that the Minneapolis riots were “not generally speaking unruly” as a building is engulfed in flames behind him.

The police station in the third precinct in Minneapolis was abandoned, overrun by rioters, and set ablaze. The National Guard has been activated, though only 500 troops which definitely isn’t enough from what we are seeing right now.

The police and firefighters have been reportedly ordered to stand down as rioters are burning and looting the city. It’s total chaos, and to play linguistic gymnastics like this is just so typical of the liberal media who have to toe the line in the political correctness department.

See the video below:

Amazing.

MSNBC is beyond parody.

 

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