US President Donald Trump has threatened the entire Americans to send in the military to quell growing civil unrest in the US over the death of a black man in police custody because he said that he doesn’t want any other misleading for unrest.
He also said adding up a voice against burning America that if cities and states failed to control the protests and “defend their residents” then he would deploy the army on the roads and this will quickly solve the problem for them as no citizen is stronger than the army itself.
Protests over the death of George Floyd have escalated over the past week without resting and with time the slogan Buring America is getting stronger causing more and more damage to the country.
In the whole process of the protests, four police officers meanwhile have been shot and injured in Missouri, and two people reported killed amid unrest in Chicago to which Trump said that if it continued the same way, this will cause more damage than the pandemic.
The circumstances of both incidents are unclear but keeping in mind the country’s situation it is pretty clear that everything is burning and happening under the wider blanket of Burning America.
Meanwhile in the US dozens of major cities imposed overnight curfews on Monday night to have some moments of ease in the area. New York City is also under lockdown until 05:00 on Tuesday and Washington DC has extended its curfew for another two nights because the citizens are literally on fire.
In New York City, the iconic department store Macy’s was broken into by local citizens, and a Nike store was looted as well, while other shop fronts and bank windows were smashed which in no sense is a humane act. Several people were arrested in this act. Another curfew is also said to begin in the city at 20:00.
The protests began after a video showed Mr. Floyd, 46, being arrested in Minneapolis on 25 May by the policeman and a white police officer continuing to kneel on his neck brutally even after he pleaded that he could not breathe and this is where everything started.