Minnesota Family Firebombed For Being Trump Supporters
A Minnesota family possibly firebombed for their support of President Trump is picking up the pieces of their ravaged garage and vehicles. Dennis and Deana Molla had Trump flags draped over two of their vehicles at their home in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. At about 3 a.m. on September 23, they were rudely awakened by a loud boom. Dennis looked out their window in time to see three people run from the scene as their garage, family camper, and two of their trucks went up in flames. He also lost thousands of dollars of tools and equipment he used for his job as a contractor.
Dennis focused on getting his wife and children, ages 2 and 5 months, out of the home to safety. Then he managed to get their four puppies out of the smoke filled garage.
“Our family’s safe, that’s the main thing. All this is material, it’s all material. It’s not as important as our family…It just shocked me. These kind of stuff should not happen, especially over beliefs of some sort.” Dennis Molla to WCCO
Someone blocked one of the Molla’s surveillance cameras just before the blast. Police have the other footage and are using it to determine if they can find the suspects.
The Mollas purchased the 3 x 5 Trump flags after a dispute broke out at Dennis’ work over his support of President Trump. After they purchased the Trump flags and draped them over their vehicles, Deana said that people began driving by their house, taking pictures.
Arson investigators found the words BLM, Biden 2020, and an anarchy symbol scrawled across the remnants of their garage doors. Anarchists could care less about Joe Biden, was this a form of intimidation?
“We’re just very happy to be alive, and praise God that we’re alive.” Deana Molla
According to WCCO, “Brooklyn Center police say the Minnesota Arson Reward Project is offering a $5,000 reward for information on the case. The arson hotline is 1-800-723-2020.”
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