If this article is right, DFL boy toy Jacob Frey will soon get a lesson in crisis leadership from President Trump. While Minneapolis burns, while Minneapolis gets looted, the DFL mayor of Minneapolis abandons a sinking ship.

According to the article, Frey said “Earlier this evening, after receiving real-time information from [Police Chief Medaria] Arradondo and after having numerous phone calls with him involving the situation at the Third Precinct, it became clear that there were imminent threats to both officers and the public. I made the decision to evacuate the Third Precinct. The symbolism of a building cannot outweigh the importance of life, of our officers or the public. Brick and mortar is not as important as life.” That led to this scene:

Frey sounds like an idiot:

Asked about Trump’s tweets, which also criticized him, Frey said, “Weakness is refusing to take responsibility for your own actions. Weakness is pointing your fingers at somebody else at a time of crisis. Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis.”

Jake, weakness is doing nothing while rioters burn Minneapolis to the ground. Minneapolis and Minnesota ‘leadership’ went silent while the crisis escalated. KSTP’s Tom Hauser questioned that strategy:

President Trump weighed in on the riots:

Don’t expect President Trump to sit idly by while Frey does nothing. What’s happening in Minneapolis reminds me of an old Rockford Files episode title. It was titled “Never send a boy king to do a man’s job.” It’s time for real leadership. Minneapolis won’t get that from Frey. Here’s proof of that:

One Response to “Jacob Frey’s hesitation vs. President Trump’s crisis leadership”

  • Nick says:

    Derek Chauvin HAD 12 police brutality complaints against him and also killed other unarmed minorities in the past.

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