Massive Fire at Church in Northeast Minneapolis 10 Minutes From George Floyd Protest Downtown (VIDEO)


Did Maxine Waters’ incitement to violence cause this?

Firefighters responded to a church fire in northeast Minneapolis Monday evening after closing arguments in the Chauvin trial concluded.

Tensions are very high after Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters threatened Chauvin jurors and incited mob violence.

Rep. Waters told BLM protesters to “get more confrontational with authorities.”

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The church is located on the 2200 block of 5th St. NE, about 10 minutes from the protest downtown.

Structure Fire – Crews have lines laid to a 2-story church with a large steeple on the 2200 block of 5th St. NE. They have heavy fire showing from the rear and in the cockloft of the building.

— Minneapolis Fire (@MinneapolisFire) April 20, 2021

George Floyd protesters marched as the Chauvin trial neared its end.


We are on the move.

— Ryan Raiche (@ryanraiche) April 19, 2021

10 minutes away from the protest, the National Guard watched as firefighters battled the fire.


Ok, from protest to fire. Massive fire at a church in NE MPLS.

— Ryan Raiche (@ryanraiche) April 20, 2021

According to KSTP, there is no indication that the Sacred Heart of Jesus, National Catholic Church was intentionally set on fire.

The priest was seen consoling members of the church.

Priest consoling members of the church. AGAIN: There is no indication this has anything to do with the unrest.

— Ryan Raiche (@ryanraiche) April 20, 2021


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