Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser coming off from several nights of abject failure as she turned over the city to Antifa and BLM.
Last night she tweeted that President Trump was making it harder for D.C. police to do their job.
As usual, the liberal gets sissy slapped by our strong president. It took him just one night to almost completely end the violence. For the first time in a week, the nation’s capital was at relative peace.
I imposed a curfew at 7pm. A full 25 minutes before the curfew & w/o provocation, federal police used munitions on peaceful protestors in front of the White House, an act that will make the job of @DCPoliceDept officers more difficult. Shameful!
DC residents — Go home. Be safe
— Muriel Bowser #StayHomeDC at 7 pm (@MurielBowser) June 2, 2020
President Trump relieved Bowser of her duties of running the city and he demonstrated to her what upholding the constitution looks like. She didn’t enjoy the lesson.
Far from making the police’s job tougher for them, he made it much easier and made Bowser look incompetent in the process.
But the presence of federal law enforcement dominated the streets of Washington, DC.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley was spotted visiting the troops in the streets of DC, as they deployed around the city.
Attorney General Bill Barr and Defense Secretary Mark Esper also were spotted visiting the police lines.
Attorney General Bill Barr and Defense Secretary Mark Esper both walking around the streets of DC tonight visiting police lines. pic.twitter.com/VZ1Q5dg4o8
— Ebony Bowden (@ebonybowden) June 2, 2020
General Milley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, walking the streets of Washington DC right now. Briefly spoke to say he is observing the situation. pic.twitter.com/fHcYOTYMzN
— Shabtai (@velvetart) June 2, 2020
— Daniella Cheslow (@Dacheslow) June 2, 2020
There were still some isolated incidents of violence reported around the city. Some shop windows were reportedly smashed on 14th Street as helicopters continued to hover low over violent protesters to disperse them. A CVS was also reportedly looted. Some businesses on 7th Street had smashed windows as well.
Nando’s smashed on 7th St in Chinatown as police use tear gas and flash bang grenades
— Steven Nelson (@stevennelson10) June 2, 2020
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