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Yep, those Republicans sure are the Violent Types

Authorities in Minnesota are presently conducting a federal investigation into an alleged case of arson that resulted in extensive damage to the premises of three conservative organizations.

It is suspected that this fire was intentionally set as a targeted political assault.

Fox News has revealed that the incident took place during the early hours of Sunday in Golden Valley, which is situated near Minneapolis.

The affected building housed not only the offices of the Center for the American Experiment, the Upper Midwest Law Center, and Take Charge, but also several other businesses.

At present, no individuals have been arrested and law enforcement officials have refrained from disclosing any potential motives behind this act.

"The fires obviously were set by someone," John Hinderaker, president of Center of the American Experiment, a conservative think tank, noted in a statement published by Fox. "They targeted conservative organizations. They didn’t firebomb the chiropractors or psychologists or the Manufacturers Alliance. We are cooperating with the FBI to try to identify the perpetrators."

As noted by the American Experiment: "The fires occurred around 2:00 am on Sunday morning and were started outside the first-floor offices of American Experiment and Take Charge, and in the third-floor offices of UMLC. The second floor has no visible fire damage. The three-story building houses a variety of small businesses in addition to the three conservative policy organizations."

"It is extremely concerning that we may have been the target of an arson attack, constituting an act of domestic terrorism," Kendall Qualls, president of Take Charge, noted before he offered up a potential reason for the alleged attack.

"We were targeted because we are a conservative black organization disputing the narrative of systemic racism. If we were a left-leaning organization trumpeting the systemic racism mantra, throngs of media outlets would be at our door affirming that we are victims of racism," he added.

"They can firebomb our offices, but we will never stop promoting the bold truth: The problem of racial disparities is not because of systemic racism. It’s because we have let the crisis of fatherless homes explode to 80+ percent in nearly every major city, including Minneapolis. We are the ONLY national organization promoting the return of the two-parent family and school choice in the black community. This heinous act emboldens us to be stronger and louder," he said.

Fox obtained a statement from James Dickey, Senior Counsel at the Upper Midwest Law Center, who expressed a similar sentiment.

"We will not be intimidated by this apparent act of domestic terrorism. Our resolve to uphold justice and protect the rights of Minnesotans remains unyielding. Despite the setback, the Upper Midwest Law Center will continue to champion the values of fairness, equality, and freedom for all," Dickey said.

"We are thankful to local fire rescue for their swift action to put out the fire, and to the FBI, ATF, and local authorities for their quick response and dedication to finding the perpetrators. We hope those responsible are brought to justice for this heinous act of violence," he added.

Source: The Daily Presser
A new report released this week states that President Joe Biden is currently experiencing a more challenging path to reelection compared to any other incumbent president in the past thirty years.

Gallup’s latest findings reveal that less than 40% of surveyed individuals expressed a desire for Biden to serve another term, marking the lowest rating in over three decades.


This figure is lower than his current approval rating of 41%, as stated by the Washington Examiner.

“The gloomy results for the liberal president follow several other polls showing him losing to former President Donald Trump, though many of those polls show that voters don’t want either to return to the White House,” the Examiner added, citing the results.

“However, Gallup did offer a glimmer of hope for the incumbent. The survey firm made the case that a couple of other recent presidents who were underwater in polling leading to an election won, though none were as undeserving as Biden is,” the outlet added.

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