We have such a long way to go.
My God pic.twitter.com/lQa1OICgnQ— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) July 30, 2020
A masked man who was seen in a viral video smashing the windows of a south Minneapolis auto parts store during the George Floyd protests, earning him the moniker “Umbrella Man,” is suspected to be a member of the Hell’s Angels biker gang seeking to incite racial tension in a demonstration that until then had been peaceful, police said.
I’m shocked. (sarcasm mine)
“I have been in some kind of fight — for freedom, equality, basic human rights — for nearly my entire life,” he said in a statement. “I have never faced a fight quite like the one I have now.”
Rep. John R. Lewis
“I will teach my grandkids to hate you all …”
They have a voice now. The leader of the Free World gave them their voice. THIS will be his legacy.
… as of this week, “anarchist and anti-government extremists” pose the most serious ongoing threat, according to Trump’s own Homeland Security department.
No mention of antifa. Go figure.
A far-right extremist movement born on social media and fueled by anti-government rhetoric has emerged as a real-world threat in recent weeks, with federal authorities accusing some of its adherents of working to spark violence at largely peaceful protests roiling the nation.
This is good. Very good.
The images, which Falwell deleted and apologized for on Monday, were intending to mock Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam but upset many.
I find it amusing that Liberty had a Director of Diversity. Just sayin’.
Apparently, he left the MAGA hat in the car.
Adrian Iraola, an immigrant from Mexico, was discussing racist taunts faced by his three kids in high school when a man in the audience interrupted him.