With the guilty verdict levied against Derek Chauvin, the quasi-religious shrine to George Floyd in Minneapolis is continuing to cause major issues for those who actually live there. While outsiders pour in and crime spikes, including at least one murder in the square, those who actually live in the area are paying the price. Now, black business owners are speaking out and asking for something to be done to help their situation.
Black business owners at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis pleading for help as crime spikes and revenue plummets https://t.co/XQGF3zmyLH
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 24, 2021