Ilhan Omar didn’t realize how costly her actions would be for her city.

And the devastation is about to get much worse.

A quick outcome to her insane scheme made Ilhan Omar splutter in rage.

The Democrats who claim that police aren’t needed have no grasp of reality.

Since black lives matter, shouldn’t there be justice for the 7,407 black murder victims?

Despite only being 13% of the population, they make up 45% of the murder victims and 90% of those murders are from someone of their own race.

The American people are glad that Derek Chauvin, the man who was videotaped with his knee against George Floyd’s neck, has been arrested and charged with murder.

In a world filled just with social workers and peace counselors, couldn’t Derek Chauvin easily avoid capture and avoid justice?

But Ilhan Omar doesn’t think logical considerations about the police force’s usefulness are worth considering.

“Today we are saying we don’t want your damn reforms, we don’t want the slow dying of our communities to continue,” Omar said. “What we want you to do is to cut the cancer so that it does not continue to spread throughout our bodies. The Minneapolis Police Department is rotten to the root, and so when we dismantle it, we get rid of that cancer, and we allow for something beautiful to rise, and that reimagining allows us to figure out what public safety looks like for us.”

Minneapolis City Council have indicated that they are indeed going to get rid of their police department.

And the result will not be beautiful. It will be economic devastation.

One manufacturer has already decided to move after its building burned down in the riots and hearing Minneapolis’ plan to get rid of their police.

“A Minneapolis manufacturing company has decided to leave the city, with the company’s owner saying he can’t trust public officials who allowed his plant to burn during the recent riots. The move will cost the city about 50 jobs,” the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported Tuesday.

The company’s president, Kris Wyrobek, says that it hurts him to leave after the company’s long history in Minneapolis but he feels certain that there is more unrest coming.

“They don’t care about my business,” he told the Star-Tribune. “They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own.”

There are hundreds of businesses in Minneapolis that were burned down and the riots caused half a billion dollars of damage.

“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,” the Star-Tribune reports. “He said a production supervisor and a maintenance worker who live in the neighborhood became alarmed when a fire broke out at the $30 million Midtown Corner affordable housing apartment complex that was under construction next door.”

Wyrobek’s 7-Sigma plant was destroyed in the fires.

The riots didn’t bring justice. They brought destruction instead of reform.