(PresidentialWire.com)- Rioters hiding behind the cause of justice for George Floyd have successfully gotten away with destroying businesses and property across the city of St. Louis, and even burning down buildings after authorities released them from prison without any charges from prosecutors.
Just 36 people were arrested in St. Louis over the last week, despite widespread looting, arson, and rioting. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, all of the people who were arrested for these crimes have been released from jail and have not had any charges made against them.
Just to repeat that – only 36 people were arrested and those who were arrested have not faced any charges whatsoever.
It is a significant sign that law and order has begun breaking down in states and cities that don’t have politicians and representatives willing to clamp down on those who break the law.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt expressed his shock about the situation online, calling it a “stunning development.
In a stunning development, our office has learned that every single one of the St. Louis looters and rioters arrested were released back onto the streets by local prosecutor Kim Gardner. pic.twitter.com/tMZVAyHssw
— Eric Schmitt (@Eric_Schmitt) June 3, 2020
“In a stunning development, our office has learned that every single one of the St. Louis looters and rioters arrested were released back onto the streets by local prosecutor Kim Gardner.”
A representative of the prosecutor’s office announced that eight of the 36 were freed with no charges, and two were released from jail once they were given a summons to appear at court at a later date. The other 26 had zero charges and were released without a catch.
New York City, on the other hand, has seen hundreds of arrests in recent days – and that’s despite being run by far-left Democrats. Mayor Bill de Blasio refuses to call in the help of the National Guard and has deployed the NYPD to deal with the rioting and looting instead. The riots show no sign of slowing down, except in the cities where the National Guard has been deployed.
In Washington, D.C., after President Donald Trump called in the National Guard, the protests were quelled overnight.