We looked inside some of the tweets by @Amlaf3 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Police use tear gas and rubber bullets in clashes with protesters around the country https://t.co/hoO619HQyt
Ali Velshi in Minneapolis: "This was a 100% peaceful march and the police opened fire into it. There was no reason to do so, there was zero provocation." https://t.co/iiL2EgDxtw
Share widely: National guard and MPD sweeping our residential street. Shooting paint canisters at us on our own front porch. Yelling “light em up” #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd #JusticeForGeorge #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/bW48imyt55
Military vehicles rolling through American streets, intimidating civilians. Imagine what you'd think if you saw it happening in another country. https://t.co/BN8yfIUdpH
The situation on the ground in Minneapolis & St. Paul has shifted & the response tonight will be different as a result. The coordinated @MNNationalGuard, @MnDPS_MSP, & law enforcement presence will triple in size to address a sophisticated network of urban warfare. #MACCMN
"Urban warfare." They are so pumped for this. https://t.co/E4wcnP0pU3
@socialistdogmom Prob already know this, but going to say this just in case. bag your clothes afterwards and wash several times. Use baking soda and water solution to clean off any surfaces you might have touched in your home. Don't touch your face. The CS can reactivate up to a week after.
Don, the owner of Central Camera in Chicago has no ill feelings about watching his family business burning down. He says they'll rebuild, but that he's angry about what started it. The death of George Flyod in Minnesota. Be like Don. https://t.co/MfpewwdQpM