On Tuesday during a George Floyd demonstration in Kansas City, a Black Lives Matter activist threatened to murder a police officer by blowing their “head off.”
“Cause we’re tired of being shot and killed because we’re gonna get pulled over for air fresheners,” the woman said in the video clip. “I’m waiting for one of those motherf-ckers to pull me over. Cause, baby, where I’m from, we don’t give two f-cks about the police. Let them kill one of ours. Guess what we doing? We kill one of theirs in Chicago, baby, they continue. We gonna knock on your door. We gonna blow your motherf-cking head off.”
“We gonna blow your mother f—ng head off” #BLM protester in Kansas City on bullhorn talks about how she and her crew will carry out revenge killings against police. #GeorgeFloyd pic.twitter.com/1h6JuqhpQP
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) May 26, 2021
The Kansas City BLM activists also blocked traffic as cars tried making their way through the intersection.
It appears as if KCPD has ordered the demonstrators out of the streets. And the hard ass that was talking about knocking on doors and shooting police is currently talking with officers. pic.twitter.com/qWUs2e0rmk
— John Curtis (@Johnmcurtis) May 26, 2021
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This wasn’t the only noteworthy event that took place on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death. During the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, news cameras appeared to catch a shooting on camera at the location of Floyd’s death.
“Shots fired at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis,” reported Fox News correspondent Garrett Tenney. “It sounded like an exchange of gunfire with around 10 shots. Our crew evacuated the area and aren’t in a position to see more right now. I’ll update with more if/when we can.”
BREAKING: Drive-by shooting caught on Live TV in George Floyd Square as reporter talks about reforming police pic.twitter.com/FZYlIMDcVE
— Jack Posobiec 💎 (@JackPosobiec) May 25, 2021
BREAKING: Shots fired at the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis on the one year anniversary of his death
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 25, 2021
Check out what Heavy reported in relation to the incident:
That’s the one-year anniversary of Floyd’s death. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted by a jury of murder. It’s not clear whether the shots being fired caused any injuries or what the motive was or who fired them.
Also on the anniversary, Floyd’s family was expected to meet with President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to CNN. Floyd died on May 25, 2020.