By now, everyone must be sick of the mainstream media’s mockery and sneering toward President Trump’s “last night in Sweden” comments, willfully misinterpreting them as Trump wrongly thinking a terror attack had occurred.
His comments shifted focus toward Sweden, so everyone was watching when violent riots kicked off in a Muslim area known as Little Somalia, after a member of the community was arrested. At this time it is unclear what crime or crimes he was a suspect for, but given what Sweden is now famous for, we can probably guess.
Little Somalia was usually one of many no-go zones for police, but once the riots kicked off, the police were forced to go as far as firing warning shots at the rioters. Despite this, no arrests were made.
Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich took to Twitter, wasting no time to mangle the situation.
This isn’t long after Reich released a very reaching (Reiching?) statement, discussing seven methods used by tyrants and misrepresenting Trump’s actions and statements to fit around them.