Mom Confronts BLM Protesters Supporting Man Police Say Shot Up Her Apartment - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Mom Confronts BLM Protesters Supporting Man Police Say Shot Up Her Apartment
Arabella Yarbrough gives protesters in Minneapolis a well-deserved dressing down on July 16, 2022. (Fox 9/YouTube).

A crowd of Black Lives Matter activists in Minneapolis who were protesting the police shooting of Andrew Sundberg were confronted on Saturday by a mother of two, Arabella Yarbrough, whose apartment Sundberg shot into. 

Sundberg, a 20-year-old Minneapolis man, was killed by police after a standoff on Thursday which developed after police said Sundberg fired into Yarbrough’s apartment unit.

Arabella Yarbrough lambasted the demonstrators, saying, “There are bullet holes in my kitchen because he sat in f***ing hallway watching me move! He tried to kill me in front of my kids!” Yarbrough declared that her children “have to deal with this and probably have a mental illness now because they almost lost their lives!” Yarbrough noted that “I have black children; I am a woman of color” and questioned if the same protest would have happened if she had been killed, to which one of the protesters replied, “Yes ma’am.”

As Yarbrough voiced her disgust, one protester demanded that she “shut up,” while another declared, “You’re alive!” In response to Yarbrough’s statement that there were bullet holes in her kitchen, a protester mockingly retorted, “Not in you!” At one point, a protester declared to the crowd: “She’s having a moment. This is what they want to show on the TV. She’s obviously going through a moment.”

According to Yarbrough, Sundberg opened fire on her apartment while she was cooking dinner. She said that Sundberg continued to shoot at her from inside his apartment unit while police were attempting to evacuate her and her two children. After a six-hour standoff with police, Sundberg was killed by police snipers. Minneapolis police are reviewing body camera footage from the incident, at least some of which could be released next week. Police found numerous bullet holes in the wall of Yarbrough’s apartment, along with both live and spent rounds in the hallway.

Sundberg family attorney, Jeff Storms, questioned why Sundberg’s “mental health crisis became a death sentence.” Storms would do well to remember that Sundberg’s “mental health crisis” almost became a death sentence for Arabella Yarbrough and her children. Race-hustler activists would do well to imbibe some of the sensitivity they preach so heavily for the victims of their latest false idol.

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