Reporter Millie Weaver’s Inside Look at The Sunrise Movement

Posted on 07/02/2020
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Part of a two year undercover investigation into the leftist radicalization embedded within the climate justice movement that contributed to the riots in Minneapolis, Minnesota just after the death of George Floyd by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in March 2020. In this first video, Millennial Millie (Millie Weaver) details how she believes the Sunrise Movement played a preemptive role in carrying out the mayhem to further push their Green New Deal agenda and promoting the abolition of the police.

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