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Why Tuesday’s Chuck Schumer, the Senate’s top Democrat, was very nervous

This is why the New York State Senator must look at the results of the Democratic primary election held in imperialism on Tuesday (still pending) when he looks forward to running for re-election in 2022. This is why. 1) Rep. Eliot Engel is seriously behind the first Liberal candidate of the 16th district, Jamaal Bowman. 3) Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated …

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Protesters aim at the Lincoln statue of a kneeling black man

Washington — Protesters say they are planning to overthrow the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the capital to commemorate the people who were enslaved by the rebels during the most intense civil war he declared in 1863. The Liberation Memorial Hall was built in 1876 in Lincoln Park on Capitol Hill. It has long been criticized for its patriarchal image …

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Your governor, everything goes well

Spent three In the weeks since Whitmer signed her new standby order at home, hundreds of white men have appeared at the state capitol, many of them with guns. The so-called “American Patriot Rally” was organized by the Michigan Federation, an organization that opposed the collapse of Whitmer, and it argued to some extent that the state exaggerated the death …

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Tucson police are in turmoil after a Latino man dies in custody

The police chief of Tucson, Arizona, suddenly resigned on Wednesday and released a video of a 27-year-old Latino man, Carlos Ingram Lopez, who was detained by the police two months ago. And die. The videotape was filmed by the police’s in-vivo camera and was not released publicly until Wednesday, depicting an eerie episode on April 21. Before Lopez died, he …

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The judge ruled that Nunes could not sue Twitter, who faked the accounts of its mother and cow

The judge said that Twitter is not subject to Nunes’ defamation and negligence because at the heart of a controversial policy debate in Washington: Section 230 of the Communications Regulations Act, the company is protected by an important law. The court’s decision provides the latest example of how the 1996 law saved technology companies from litigation. The ruling may anger …

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Hospitalization in Santa Clara County rises “worrying” as case reopens

Health official Dr. Sara Cody said that as more economic sectors reopened, the recent coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Santa Clara County showed “worrying” growth, which made the county a renewed watch list for the state , And indicates that the spread of disease may have accelerated. Tuesday. Cody told the County Board of Supervisors: “None of us wants to …

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The Minneapolis Police Chief said that all four police officers associated with the death of George Floyd are responsible

“Mr. Freud died in our hands, so I think it was an accomplice,” Chief Medaria Arradondo told CNN’s Sara Sidner. “Silence and inaction, you are accomplices. If a lone voice will intervene … that’s what I want.” After Freud’s brother asked the chief if he was willing to give justice to Freud, Aradado responded on Sunday. As the chief answered, …

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Sacramento live report of George Freud protests-Sacramento

Live report of the George Freud protest of the Sacramento Bee The priest said that Sacramento is dealing with the aftermath of the George Freud protests and there is a way forward George Floyd protesters have good reason not to respect the police Real-time update: Sacramento protests continue for the third night Hear Sacramento police chief’s remarks about the protest, …

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The Tulsa massacre occurred today 99 years ago. What is happening

This year is the anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa ethnic genocide. Demonstrations across the country were triggered by the death of George Floyd. George Floyd (George Floyd) died last week in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A white police officer was a 46-year-old unarmed black man. Although tens of thousands of protesters shouted Floyd’s name and his repeated calls to “I can’t breathe”, …

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President Trump marked Antifa as a terrorist organization in his tweet

Current and former government officials stated that it is unconstitutional for the US government to prohibit activities under the First Amendment protection in the United States based on simple ideology. U.S. law allows terrorists to be designated as foreign groups because people belonging to these groups do not receive the same protection. Antifa is an abbreviation of anti-fascist. It describes …

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