Minnesota Leftist Who Led ‘Defund the Police’ Movement Gets Carjacked and Beaten

Shivanthi Sathanandan, a radical leftist and prominent “defund the police” advocate, and the second vice chairwoman of the Democratic Farmer Labor party in Minneapolis, suffered the consequences of a decreased police presence during a heinous attack on Wednesday night.

Sathanandan reported a broken leg, severe head lacerations, and numerous cuts and bruises on her body after allegedly being assaulted by four armed juveniles in front of her children.

The assailants then stole her vehicle in broad daylight, as reported by KSTP.

“Yesterday my children and I were violently car jacked in the driveway of our home in Minneapolis. Four very young men, all carrying guns, beat me violently down to the ground in front of our kids. The young men held our neighbors up at gunpoint when they ran over and tried to help me. All in broad daylight,” Sathanandan said in a post on Facebook Wednesday night.  “Look at my face in the picture. This is the face of a mother who just had the s*** beaten out of her. A mother whose only thought was ‘let me run far enough so that my kids have a chance to get away.’”

“Look at my face. REMEMBER ME when you are



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