Dem. Massachusetts AG Suggests Riot Fires Could Be a Good Thing: 'America is Burning, But That's How Forests Grow'

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The other day I filmed a commentary video entitled, “Some People Just Want to Watch the World Burn.” And while that’s true, there also seems to be another version of that type of person who wants the world to burn, but only so they can rebuild it in their vision. Usually we call those people tyrants. But, in today’s society, we just call them politicians.

Democrat Attorney General of Massachusetts Maura Healey took to Twitter on Tuesday to promote what she said during her address to the Boston Chamber earlier in the day. Healey actually intimated that the burning of America could be a good thing, because “that’s how forests grow.”

This means that, not only did Healey tell her colleagues that the fires of the riots following the death of George Floyd might be a good thing, but she thought so highly and was so proud of her own words that she decided to retweet it in a pre-made graphic.

That’s pretty twisted considering this woman is supposed to be the highest ranking law official in the state of Massachusetts.

Respondents on Twitter weren’t too fond of Healey’s comment:

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And because politicians are tone deaf, Healey sent out a subsequent tweet on Wednesday promoting how you can “BE THE CHANGE” in this country:

Okay, Karen.

H/T: Daily Caller

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