Last week, Donald Trump said: “You look at what's happening last night in Sweden." He's imprecise: he means a documentary on Fox on Sweden's trouble with illegal immigrants. But journalists mock, first claiming Trump had invented a terror attack, and then denying Sweden had problems. But one day later: riots in Stockholm's big immigrant district.
"Look at Sweden," Trump warned:
ABC presenter and main Scumbag Jon Faine mocks and gets on a Left-wing Swedish journalist to agree that all is fine in Sweden.
But while Trump used loose and misleading language he was pointing to a documentary - and the truth - about problems Sweden had with assimilating so many illegal immigrants:
Then one day later, more riots in Stockholm's big immigrant district:
Riots erupted in a heavily immigrant Stockholm suburb Monday night, as masked looters set cars ablaze and threw rocks at cops, injuring one police officer, Swedish officials said.
The violence in Rinkeby began around 8 p.m., when officers arrested a suspect at an underground station on drug charges, The Local reported. A group soon gathered, hurling rocks and other objects at officers and prompting one cop to fire his gun “in a situation that demanded he use his firearm,” police
Hours later, the Rinkeby riots began, with a second wave starting around 10:30 p.m. Seven or eight cars were set on fire and many stores saw looting, The Local reported. A photographer from media outlet Dagens Nyheter said a group of 15 people beat him as he tried to document the chaos..
Rinkeby is the same area where an Australian "60 Minutes" crew was attacked by a group of men in April 2016. The film crew was attempting to enter a so-called “no go zone,” which authorities deny they use as a label. Rinkeby, however, has been officially classified as one of 15 “particularly vulnerable” areas across Sweden.