The Radicals In Minneapolis Can Scream All They Want They Can’t Stop What This Manufacture Just Did…Minneapolis Is Doomed.

The Polices of the radical left has and will continue to destroy the city of Minneapolis. During the initial violence, Mayor Jacob Frey allowed businesses to be looted and blocks to be burned to the ground. Now, the radical left wants to dissolve the police department in favor of another utopian liberal fantasy.

Owner of 7-SIGMA, Kris Wyrobek, has had enough and told the Star Tribune that after of the violence, arson, and looting that has wrecked the city, he’s had enough; his company has supported the city since 1987.

“They don’t care about my business. They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own,” he said.

The Star Tribune reported:

Wyrobek said the plant, which usually operates until 11 p.m., shut down about four hours early on the first night of the riots because he wanted to keep his workers out of harm’s way. He said a production supervisor and a maintenance worker who live in the neighborhood became alarmed when fire broke out at the $30 million Midtown Corner affordable housing apartment complex that was under construction next door.

“The fire engine was just sitting there,” Wyrobek said, “but they wouldn’t do anything.”

Mayor Jacob Frey was asked about 7-SIGMA leaving the city and he claimed that he was unaware and would not comment to “to say whether the company’s decision reflects the challenges facing city leaders as they try to convince business owners to rebuild in Minneapolis.”

When asked if he ever thought he would leave the city, Wyrobek responded, “not in my wildest nightmare.” On Monday, he was digging through what was left of his business, trying to figure out how to get things going again. 7-Sigma is/was a leader in the production of precision rollers used in high-speed printing systems to make bank statements and social security checks.

7-SIGMA will not be the only company leaving the city for good and there won’t be a news story about every business that leaves the city. Businesses are not going to risk putting stores in neighborhoods of lawlessness. Minneapolis can come up with all the solutions they want to try and keep businesses business owners have seen what city leadership has done and they’ve had enough.

Star Tribune