Manufacturer LEAVES Minneapolis After Rioters Burn Down Plant

( The argument used by Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters to defend the ongoing violent protests and destruction across Minneapolis and the rest of the country is that buildings can be rebuilt. In this instance, it looks like they’re wrong. The owner of a Minnesota manufacturing plant, which was burned down during the Minneapolis riots, has announced that his business will be moving out of the city.

The owner cited failures by the authorities to protect his business from violent rioters and arsonists.

Speaking to the Star Tribune, Kris Wyrobek explained why he would be moving his 7-SIGMA manufacturing operation out of the city.

“They don’t care about my business,” Wyrobek said about the rioters and authorities. “They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own.”

7-SIGMA is an employer in Minneapolis that designs, manufacturers, and supplies metal and polymer components using in industries spanning aerospace, medical, printing, and more. 50 people were employed by the plant before it was burned to the ground, and either those 50 people will be moving with the business, or Wyrobek will be forced to let them go.

Incredibly, he even claimed that the local fire department wasn’t willing to put out the fires, potentially as a result of local authorities telling them to do nothing.

“The fire engine was just sitting there,” he said, “but they wouldn’t do anything. That’s the frustrating thing to us.”

Local reporters asked Wyrobek whether he was considering moving his operation out of the city before the riots began, to which he replied, “not in my wildest nightmare.”

According to the same news outlet, almost 1,000 commercial properties have been destroyed in the riots that came after the tragic death of George Floyd during an arrest. 50 of those businesses were completely destroyed, having been burned to the ground or smashed up so badly that they cannot reopen any time soon. Experts even predicted that the damage done to the city’s businesses and buildings could be more than $500 million.

Minneapolis mayor, Jacob Frey, recently suggested that the federal government should assist with the costs of rebuilding the city, which was met with strong condemnation from conservatives who noted that he stood side by side with many of the protesters.

You can see him dancing with them in the footage above!