Joe Biden, who have long compared the democratic presidential candidate in the UNITED states, understand the great frustration around the country on top of a black man's death.
He takes, however, at the same time distance from the vandalism which had taken place during some of the protests. He does, in a statement, writes CNN.
- It is to protest against such a brutality is right and necessary. It is a wholly american response.
- But to burn society down and make unnecessary destruction is not, says Joe Biden in the opinion.
He adds that it is also not okay with the violence, that brings life in danger, or which destroys and closes the business.
Protesters have in recent days across the UNITED states protested about a black man's death in Minneapolis on Monday.
the 46-year-old George Floyd lost his life after a white police officer had been sitting with his knees on Floyd's neck for several minutes during an arrest.
Subsequently, the demonstrators, among other things, set fire to the buildings, reports several media. There are also reports of clashes between police and civilians.
- The past days have clearly shown that we as a nation do not accept injustice, says Joe Biden.
He goes on to say that any conscientious person can understand the frustration, as among other black experience every single days.
- From the daily indignation to the extreme violence, as in the case of the horrible murder of George Floyd, says Joe Biden.
AMERICA's current president, Donald Trump, has previously said that what happens in its streets right now, 'don't have anything to do with justice and peace', and to the memory of George Floyd 'will be disgraced because of the troublemakers, thieves and anarchists'.
the President believes that 'the violence and vandalismen be led by dot org and other radical, left-wing groups, who are terrorising the innocent, destroy jobs, harm businesses and burn buildings down'.
Donald Trump has, however, not provided evidence for its accusations.