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The Black Lives Matter movement, which is painfully impotent before Black America, has led a year of national acrimony over the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Freddie Grey. The opportunity for blacks to be brutally honest with ourselves about the corrosive culture of crime and death in our own communities has been hijacked by a horde of sniveling, self-absorbed egotists.
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5 Truths Covered Up by Phony Black Lives Matter Movement

It was yet another night of rioting and looting. Granted, in some areas, the chaos was not nearly as bad as the previous night. Fox News’ Kevin Corke reported that while last night’s law enforcement response was not perfect, it wasn’t nearly as anarchic. That’s probably because every law enforcement agency and their mother were out to ensure the curfew was enforced. For Democrats out there struggling to figure out how to control their cities, a big police presence pretty much ensures law and order is re-established. Just saying. Yet, as the rioting intensified over the past couple of days, especially in Minneapolis, there was this ridiculous talking point that right-wing extremists, specifically white nationalist groups, were creating the chaos. That’s not true.
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The Senate Homeland Security Committee on Thursday voted to authorize subpoenas to the FBI and other agencies for records and testimony from Obama-era officials related to the bureau’s original Russia investigation and the Justice Department inspector general’s review of that probe.

The committee voted 8-6 to give Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., the authority to send subpoenas as part of the panel’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe and the process of “unmasking.”
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Senate Homeland Security Committee authorizes subpoenas to Obama officials in Russia probe, unmasking review | Fox News

The far-left extremist group called Antifa teaches vicious tactics such as eye gouging and is structured “almost like a company” in order to incite violence and “destroy” enemies while remaining anonymous, according to the latest undercover video from Project Veritas.

Antifa -- the movement that stands for "antifascist" – has been in the news this week as violent protests erupted around the country in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody. President Trump has suggested the group should be considered a terrorist organization, and Project Veritas published what is billed as “a video exposing the violent nature of the controversial group” in light of the recent events.
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Antifa members talk eye gouging, 'destroying your enemy,' undercover video claims | Fox News

David Dorn was murdered by looters.

A memorial fund raising money for the family of a retired St. Louis police captain who was murdered by looters during Monday’s race riots has raised $50,000 as of Monday night, just hours after it was created by Jack Posobiec.

Dorn, who retired from the St. Louis Police Department in 2007, was found dead around 2:30AM on Tuesday morning. Surveillance camera footage revealed that he had been shot and killed by a looter as he was defending Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry.
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Memorial Fund for Retired Saint Louis Police Captain Murdered by Looters Passes $50K in Minutes - Big League Politics

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Tuesday announced 24 hours of “largely peaceful” demonstrations in Florida and “no significant law enforcement or civilian injuries or deaths” following his decision to deploy the state’s National Guard to help maintain peace and restore law and order.

DeSantis reported “no significant civilian or law enforcement injuries and no widespread property damage” as part of a greater statement, thanking local officials, the Florida National Guard, and the Florida Highway Patrol for all of their work in calming civil unrest.
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Gov. DeSantis: FL Sees 24 Hours of Peace After Activating National Guard

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) admitted to MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday that authorities might not have used tear gas, after all, as the media and former Vice President Joe Biden had claimed earlier in the week.

“Maybe they didn’t have tear gas, I don’t know,” Pelosi said, describing the clearing of Lafayette Park on Monday.
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Nancy Pelosi Admits to MSNBC: 'Maybe They Didn't Have Tear Gas'

Mail-in votes in a local Baltimore, Maryland, election were discarded and not counted due to a ballot error, officials say.

On Tuesday evening, voters went to the polls in Baltimore city elections — including the race in City Council District 1 where incumbent Democrat Zeke Cohen faced a challenge from Democrat Paris Bienert.
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Mail-In Votes Discarded, Never Counted in Baltimore Election Due to Error

A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck near Ridgecrest Wednesday evening and was felt across Southern California, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The temblor hit at about 6:32 p.m. about 14 miles east of Ridgecrest, which has seen thousands of quakes since two large ones around July 4 last year, USGS reported.
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Minneapolis Public Schools is ending its relationship with the Minneapolis Police Department following George Floyd's death.

The Minneapolis Board of Education voted unanimously on Tuesday to terminate the district's contract with MPD, which provided school resource officers at school buildings.
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Minneapolis schools cut ties with police over George Floyd's death and now the Park board is considering the same

A host of police agencies moved to shut down highway ramps into the Chicago area's wealthy northern suburbs on Sunday, a report notes.
Chicago Area Police Close Ramps to Protect Wealthier Suburbs from Looting

The District of Columbia National Guard has asked for an investigation into the use of a helicopter in the city to disperse crowds protesting the killing of George Floyd, officials told The Hill.
DC National Guard asks for investigation into use of helicopter to target protesters

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Wednesday became the latest Democrat lawmaker to attended a protest against the death of George Floyd, walking through a demonstration outside the Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Flanked by members of her staff and security guards, a masked Pelosi made her way through a crowd of protesters on the Capitol’s east front.
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Nancy Pelosi Attends George Floyd Protest Surrounded by Guards

For years, top military leadership has tried to minimize the perception that the armed forces are being used by the president for political purposes.
'It just doesn't seem right': Pentagon officials on edge over military leaders' dealings with Trump - POLITICO

No, Cleveland is NOT a butt hole ... so argues its Mayor.
Cleveland Mayor Refers to City as 'Butthole' of the World

A New York radio station fired two hosts after they made racist comments live on air in a discussion about Black Lives Matter protests following George Floyd's death.
Radio Hosts Fired for Racist Comments on Air

The executive director of the National Association of Police Organizations said Thursday that former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, has gone “off the deep end” in his calls for reform.
Police unions coalition director: Biden 'off the deep end' in calls for reform | TheHill

“Police are shaking their heads because he used to be a stand-up guy who backed law enforcement,” one top official said.
Police groups break with Biden - POLITICO

Dozens of officers from the Louisville Metro Police Department walked out on the city’s Mayor Greg Fischer (D) on Wednesday as he tried to address them.
Dozens of Louisville officers walk out on mayor | TheHill

Pelosi: 'Scary' to see uniformed troops on steps of Lincoln Memorial
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday it was "stunning" and "scary" to see uniformed troops standing on the steps of Lincoln Memorial and wrong for police officers to “rough people up” in Lafayette Square so President Trump could stage a photo-op in front of St. John’s church.
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Pelosi: 'Scary' to see uniformed troops on steps of Lincoln Memorial | TheHill


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