Leaked document shows far-left in Minnesota plotting post-election ‘mass mobilization’ if Trump re-elected

ST. PAUL, MN – The nation is still days away from the presidential election, but newly leaked documents show the radical left is already preparing to create wide scale “strategic direction” in at least one state, if President Donald Trump holds his seat in the White House.

Obtained by Breitbart, a confidential document reveals that a coalition of left-wing groups in Minnesota, in fear of a win by President Trump, are planning a “mass mobilization.”

The coalition is led by TakeAction Minnesota, a group described as a “hub for Minnesota’s progressive movement.”

It appears to have authored the eleven-page document, titled MN Democracy Defense Plan.

In the second section, under Theory of What Will Happen, the first paragraph reads:

“We believe that regardless of the strength of the Minnesota election system, mass mobilization will and must happen in Minnesota to defend democracy.

We expect that this mobilization will create space and opportunity for unrest, primarily in Minneapolis. In this context, the situation could rapidly spiral beyond control depending on the nature of the unrest and the State’s reaction.”

After that, the document takes an unexpected turn. It points to the “right-wing” as having the potential to incite the violence. Even more shockingly, it names the Minneapolis Police Department as possible of “inciting or enabling violence.”

Spinning off the summer-long blame game started by rioters as they tore up the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd, the document reads:

“We have primarily seen this focused on black and brown business corridors, mosques and synagogues in the Twin Cities. It is possible black churches may also become a target. St. Cloud and Duluth are also two cities to keep in mind given their proximity to large white nationalist geographies.”

To be clear, here was the headline of Law Enforcement Today’s article covering one of the early outbreaks of rioting in Minneapolis in May: National Guard called in after 5 shot, more than 50 buildings burned or damaged during Minneapolis riots

As LET reported, dozens of buildings were burned and vandalized. There were reports of five people shot in the mayhem, and one confirmed dead.

Some rioters breached police department property.

Minneapolis police officers were not the ones reported to be “inciting or enabling violence” during the fray. In fact, local media outlets say they were doing everything they could to stop the chaos.

A tweet from KARE 11 reporter Danny Spewak on May 27 shows officers trying to protect property and human life. It is captioned:

“MPD officers in riot gear decided to come through the backside of the protest as they moved crowds away from Minnehaha Avenue near the Third Precinct. Bangs started immediately and now they have the street blocked off.”

Nevertheless, the document from TakeAction Minnesota reads:

“It is unclear who the MPD is accountable and answering to.”

Breitbart reports that the group was one of the leading organizations for the protest movement that followed Floyd’s death. Since then, it has demanded that the police department be dismantled.

That, in turn, sparked nationwide demands to defund the police.

In terms of what could again spark an outbreak of civil unrest, the group wrote in the document that it anticipates outcomes that include inconclusive results, President Trump refusing to accept a defeat or his own election interference.

In the event that none of those occur, and the commander in chief is re-elected, that is when the group calls for “strategic disruption” by mobilizing large crowds to the streets. It reads:

“We expect any mass protest – no matter how positive – to create cover for further not pointed, unstrategic, infiltrated civil unrest and property damage in Minneapolis.”

The document continues on to detail how the rioters will achieve their goal of having demands met and creating the world they would like through “joyful rebellion.” It continues on to describe how the so-called rebellion could grow:

“Knowing that there may be energy to join nearby mass mobilizations, we may choose to host actions here to diminish the amount of out-of-state actors activating in that contest. For contests farther away, we will work to maintain public demand as asked to support their work and coordinated via national infrastructure.”

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Here’s the full report from Law Enforcement Today on the May riots in Minneapolis:

National Guard called in after 5 shot, more than 50 buildings burned or damaged during Minneapolis riots

May 28, 2020

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA- Can anyone explain to us how looting and burning down buildings somehow honors the memory of George Floyd?

Yeah – that’s what we thought.

The National Guard is now being called in.

Reportedly five people have already been shot in the mayhem, with one confirmed as dead, and dozens of buildings being burned and vandalized.

During the protests and riots, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo confirmed that there was a breach of police department property by some of the crowds of people on the street.

Chief Arradondo noted that he did authorize the use of tear gas by officers in response to said breach:

“I did direct our officers to deploy gas once a secure fence was breached, and those individuals, again not all, but some of those individuals were in our secure parking facility which had access to our Minneapolis squad cars and weapons.”

While the chief noted that he respects the First Amendment that allows peaceful assembly, he said these demonstrations cannot continue to evolve into dangerous riots:

“I’m urging all those who participate in these very important gatherings to do so and to be mindful of others’ personal safety, their space, to be respectful.

We cannot have members of our community engaging in destructive or criminal types of behavior.”

Chief Arradondo also commented on the video of Floyd that has been the epicenter of the locals’ outrage. He said that from what he saw on that video doesn’t reflect the department’s “values”:

“What I observed, those actions from those former four officers in no way reflect the values, the vision and the culture that I want to change here with the Minneapolis Police Department.”

The identities of the four officers involved in the video were released by the MPD on May 27th.

While all four have been fired at this point, there’s been an outcry to levy charges against them.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has been vocal about this as well, asking why at least Chauvin hasn’t been arrested since he’s the one visible on the video with his knee pressed against Floyd’s neck:

“I’ve wrestled, more than anything else over the last 36 hours, with one fundamental question: Why is the man who killed George Floyd not in jail?

If you had done it or I had done it, we would be behind bars right now. I cannot come up with a good answer to that question.”

The morning of the 28th saw the aftermath of two days’ worth of protests turned into riots. The National Guard was requested to assist the 3rd Precinct police station in order to provide relief to officers, where protesters were said to have begun gathering around said precinct.

The National Guard responded to said request and noted that they were preparing to arrive on site.

Of the five people shot during the riotous nights, one man has been arrested for a fatal shooting that transpired outside of a pawnshop.

Sources say that the 59-year-old male arrested in connection with that alleged shooting was supposedly trying to stop someone from looting the Cadillac Pawn & Jewelry.

The FBI is currently assisting with the investigation into Floyd’s death, and even President Donald Trump has weighed in on the matter as well, posting the following on Twitter:

“At my request, the FBI and the Department of Justice are already well into an investigation as to the very sad and tragic death in Minnesota of George Floyd.

I have asked for this investigation to be expedited and greatly appreciate all of the work done by local law enforcement.

My heart goes out to George’s family and friends. Justice will be served!”

The ongoing riots have seen the likes of a Target store looted and torn to pieces on the inside. An AutoZone was set on fire, as well as a housing development that was under construction.

Buildings of local businesses and the ilk had windows smashed and covered in graffiti.

 The interior of a Cub Foods that was looted was showcased by a local news anchor who was invited into the establishment after the damage had been done. The scene that was displayed looked as though a tornado had ripped through the interior of the store.

More videos have been surfacing of people looting the already decimated Target store, with many shown pulling shopping carts to load up on items to steal.

What’s confusing in all this, is the level of mental gymnastics going on for people online to justify this behavior. Joshua Collins, who is running for Congress in Washington state, had this to say online about the looting: 

“As long as they continue not to care about cops murdering black people, I’m gonna continue not to care about people looting Targets & AutoZones.”

The only thing that is going to come from these riots going on is further destruction and more violence and possibly more loss of life. By destroying the literal community, therein lies the possibility that investors and businesses will either not return or be scared to ever set up shop in that city.

The quicker that this is addressed, the better for the city. The crowds have been proven to be unmanageable, and thus additional forces are in the works to restore safety and some semblance of civility.

In case you missed the report and imagery from Wednesday night, here it is:

Wednesday night, police deployed tear gas to disperse rioters yet again.

This, after the Minneapolis Police Department identified the four officers involved in the arrest that left George Floyd dead.

Hundreds of protesters began rioting outside the 3rd Precinct for the second night in a row, not long after President Donald Trump took to twitter about actions being taken at the federal level in the investigation.

“At my request, the FBI and the Department of Justice are already well into an investigation as to the very sad and tragic death in Minnesota of George Floyd,” the President said.

“I have asked for this investigation to be expedited and greatly appreciate all of the work done by local law enforcement,” he added in another tweet.

Earlier in the day on Wednesday, the city put up barricades around the 3rd Precinct on Minnehaha Avenue.  They are gearing up for another night of threats and violence.



It of course didn’t take long for looters to see on the opportunity to rob stores.

Violence and anarchy overtook city streets on Tuesday as what began as peaceful protests quickly escalated into absolute mayhem.

It came just hours after four police officers were fired before an investigation could even be started into an incident that transpired Monday.


That incident is believed to have resulted in the death of George Floyd.

The announcement was made by Chief Medaria Arradondo and Mayor Jacob Frey at a Tuesday afternoon press conference.

“This is the right call,” Frey said.

The department hasn’t publicly released the names of the officers yet.  And although many media outlets have doxxed the four officers – Law Enforcement Today made the decision on Tuesday to not release the names of the four who were fired.

Two officers were apparently responding to an alleged forgery at a business in south Minneapolis before the detainment of Floyd.

They were called to Chicago and 38th on the report of counterfeit money being used.

At the beginning of 10-minute video clip a bystander posted to Facebook Monday evening, Floyd was in handcuffs and repeatedly begged the first officer to “please” release the pressure on his back and neck.

He kept saying “I can’t breathe,” and “they’re gonna kill me.”

Medical experts have argued in other cases that if you can speak, you can breathe.

It’s worth noting that the media isn’t showing the altercation officers got into with Floyd after asking him to come down from a vehicle he was sitting on, before the incident on the video that’s gone viral took place.

While bystanders protested in the video, he continued to keep his knees on top of Floyd for several minutes after he stopped moving.  During that time, a second officer told witnesses to stand back.

The other two officers fired were said to be those who responded to the scene a short time later.

The Minneapolis Police Department initially put out a release stating Floyd had experienced a “medical incident” while in police custody.

But in the outrage after, they asked the FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to investigate Floyd’s death. 

Frey read a statement that said the officer in the video had “failed in the most basic, human sense,” and called Floyd’s death “wrong on every level.” 

Typically in investigations like this, accused officers (regardless of whether there’s video or not), would be placed on administrative leave while an investigation occurs.  


That didn’t happen here.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was quick to condemn the officers’ actions on social media and in interviews.

“George Floyd’s life mattered. He was a human being and what all of us saw in that video was wrong in every sense,” Frey said Tuesday in an interview with North News streamed on Facebook. “It was horrid.”

It was also a war cry for protesters, which reportedly saw a unity of Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

The protests started peacefully – and within a short period of time erupted into chaos.

We’re told from local officers that it didn’t take long for hundreds of protesters to arrive at the home of at least one of the fired officers while violence exploded elsewhere in the city.

All over social media, protesters are releasing the addresses of the officers involved who were fired earlier today.  They are calling for rioters to move the violence to those homes.

Officers reported being hit by everything from bb’s to paintballs.

Within hours of the chaos breaking out, there were hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage done and countless injuries.

At one point, the Minneapolis Police Department 3rd precinct was surrounded by protesters.  

Vandals started attacking police vehicles and smashing in windows with bricks.  

Protesters said the riots would continue overnight and were encouraging “anyone within a five hour driving distance” to attend.


Sources on the ground told Law Enforcement Today that vehicles have been vandalized, spray painted and destroyed.  The reports we’re getting are backed by video from Unicorn Riot.

Officers geared up in riot control gear inside of the surrounded police department and nearby pushed their way through the parking lot to try and disperse the crowd.

Police started deploying gas canisters – which were being throw back at police from the crowd.


Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reportedly encouraged people to attend the protest, but later asked people to stop the violence.

It’s going to be a long, hot summer.

Protesters warn they are just getting started.