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George Floyd protest live updates: Protests, arrests continue despite curfews

The death of George Floyd, a black man who died after he was seen in a video being pinned down by a white police officer, has caused outrage across the U.S.

6/2/2020 6:16:00 AM

Protesters in Washington, D.C. tackle a man seen breaking up sidewalk curbs with a hammer, and hand him over to police. Demonstrators said they tackled the man to prevent him provoking officers.

The death of George Floyd, a black man who died after he was seen in a video being pinned down by a white police officer, has caused outrage across the U.S.

4 p.m.: NYC curfew to begin at 11 p.m.A curfew in New York City will go into effect from 11 p.m. Monday to 5 a.m. Tuesday in the wake of violence and property damage during Sunday night's protests, the governor and mayor said.The New York City Police Department will also double its presence.

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A New York City police officer takes a knee during a demonstration by protesters in Times Square over the death of George Floyd at a rally on May 31, 2020 in New York.A New York City police officer takes a knee during a demonstration by protesters in Times Square over the death of George Floyd at a rally on May 31, 2020 in New York.

Bryan R. Smith/AFP via Getty Images"I stand behind the protestors and their message, but unfortunately there are people who are looking to distract and discredit this moment," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement. "The violence and the looting has been bad for the city, the state and this entire national movement, undermining and distracting from this righteous cause. While we encourage people to protest peacefully and make their voices heard, the safety of the general public is paramount and cannot be compromised."

Luxury retailers on Madison Avenue were seen Monday boarding up their glass storefronts and windows in anticipation of additional protests.More than 250 people were arrested during protests overnight Sunday in New York City, which included significant looting, vandalism and theft of luxury stores in the Soho neighborhood.

A ransacked Coach store is shown in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, June 1, 2020.A ransacked Coach store is shown in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, June 1, 2020.Mark Lennihan/APA passerby photographs a smashed Dolce and Gabbana store window in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, June 1, 2020.

A passerby photographs a smashed Dolce and Gabbana store window in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, June 1, 2020.Mark Lennihan/APLooting is rare for New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday condemned the behavior as"unacceptable."

The NYPD believes the destruction of property, particularly at high-end retail stores, is part of a preconceived plan by agitators who have co-opted the demonstrations related to Floyd's death.A looted and destroyed shop is seen after a night of protest over the death of African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis on June 1, 2020 in Lower Manhattan in New York City.

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A looted and destroyed shop is seen after a night of protest over the death of African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis on June 1, 2020 in Lower Manhattan in New York City.Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images"We're seeing a lot of outside and independent agitators connected with anarchist groups who are deliberately trying to provoke acts of violence," Deputy Police Commissioner John Miller said on Sunday.

These"agitators" came prepared to commit property damage, Miller said, and directed followers to do so selectively, only in wealthier areas and at high-end stores.More than 1,000 people have been arrested since protests began in New York City on Thursday.

NYPD police officers detain a protester as they clash during a march against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Brooklyn, New York, May 30, 2020.NYPD police officers detain a protester as they clash during a march against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Brooklyn, New York, May 30, 2020.

Jeenah Moon/ReutersOne in seven protesters who have been arrested are from outside the city, the NYPD said, including states such as Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Iowa, New Jersey, Nevada, Virginia, Maryland, Texas and Minnesota.Among the 345 arrested Saturday night was the mayor's 25-year-old daughter, Chiara. She was arrested for unlawful assembly and given a desk appearance ticket, according to NYPD sources.

"I love my daughter deeply," de Blasio said Monday."I'm proud of her that she cares so much.""She was acting peacefully. She believes that everything she did was in the spirit of peaceful, respectful protest," de Blasio said."I will let her speak for herself ... But I admire that she was out there trying to change something that she thought was unjust."

The NYPD overall"showed restraint" as they worked to keep the peace and allow demonstrators to continue to protest on Sunday, the mayor said.A police officer sprays protesters during a march against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Brooklyn, New York, May 30, 2020.

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A police officer sprays protesters during a march against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Brooklyn, New York, May 30, 2020.Jeenah Moon/ReutersA NYPD officer walks by a vandalized St. Patrick's Cathedral on May 30, 2020 in New York City.

A NYPD officer walks by a vandalized St. Patrick's Cathedral on May 30, 2020 in New York City.David Dee Delgado/Getty ImagesBut De Blasio did condemn what he called the rare act of officers acting inappropriately, bringing up the"troubling video" of

two police cars moving through a crowd in Brooklyn Saturday night.Video showed one police SUV being blocked by a group of protesters behind a barricade as various items and objects can be seen striking the vehicle. Another NYPD SUV then pulled up alongside the first vehicle before both of them can be seen accelerating into the crowd of people knocking many of them over as the screaming and yelling from the crowd began to intensify.

"Not acceptable," the mayor said, stressing that there's "no situation where a police vehicle should drive into a crowd of protesters or New Yorkers."The incident is under investigation.De Blasio also called for the officer who pulled a gun on a group of protesters to be fired.

"Any officer who does the wrong thing there needs to be consequences and they need to be fast," the mayor said.Cuomo and de Blasio on Monday also reminded protesters to wear face coverings to protect themselves against COVID-19.3:50 p.m.: Denver cleans up, police chief commits to marching with protesters

Hundreds of volunteers showed up in downtown Denver Monday morning to pick up trash and wash the walls and statues covered in graffiti from Sunday's massive protest.Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen was spotted wiping away tears. He told ABC News it hurt to see the damage to the city, but it was inspiring to see the massive cleanup effort.

Pazen said he also spoke with a young, black protester, committing to march with him.Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen bumps elbows with a protester during a "Justice 4 Floyd" march, May 31, 2020, in Denver, Colorado.Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen bumps elbows with a protester during a "Justice 4 Floyd" march, May 31, 2020, in Denver, Colorado.

ABC News"[I told him] I would stand with him and I would do the hard work with him moving forward," Pazen said."This is not acceptable. We cannot continue down this path. And if it means coming together and having those hard conversations, getting into some heavy lifts, then our commitment is to do that."

A curfew will be in effect in Denver from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night this week until Friday morning.3:10 p.m.: Independent autopsy says George Floyd died from asphyxiaAnindependent autopsy requested by Floyd's family found that he died by homicide, caused by asphyxia

due to neck and back compression that led to a lack of blood flow to the brain.George Floyd is pictured in an undated photo released by the office of Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump.George Floyd is pictured in an undated photo released by the office of Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump.

Courtesy Ben Crump LawThe doctors conducting the independent autopsy found that the sustained pressure on the right side of Floyd's carotid artery prevented blood flow to the brain and that the weight on his back kept him from breathing.The weight, the handcuffs and the positioning were contributory factors because they hurt Floyd's diaphragm, doctors said, adding that it appeared Floyd died at the scene.

MORE: Photos: Moments of peace, unity you may not have seen in George Floyd protestsThe combined effects of being restrained, possible intoxicants in his system and underlying health issues -- including heart disease -- probably played a role in his death, doctors said. The preliminary findings reported"no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia."

Floyd's family is calling for the arrest of the three other officers at the scene and for a first-degree murder charge for Derek Chauvin, the since-fired officer who pinned Floyd to the ground.A crowd marches to protest the death of George Floyd on the Hennepin Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

A crowd marches to protest the death of George Floyd on the Hennepin Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Stephen Maturen/Getty ImagesProtesters raise their hands on command from police as they are detained prior to arrest and processing at a gas station on South Washington Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.

Protesters raise their hands on command from police as they are detained prior to arrest and processing at a gas station on South Washington Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.John Minchillo/AP2:30 p.m.: Total of 65 US Park Police injured during DC protests

A total of 65 U.S. Park Police were injured during three nights of protests in Washington, D.C.Most of the injuries came from projectiles being thrown at officers; they were hit with bricks, urine bottles and petroleum-based substances, Sgt. Eduardo Delgado, spokesman for the Park Service, told ABC News.

MORE: Trump, Barr tell governors to 'dominate' streets in response to unrestPolice arrested 88 people related to the violent demonstrations Sunday night, Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said. Of those, 44 were charged with felony rioting.

Newsham said the city is looking at federal statutes that might be used to prosecute some of those arrested.A U.S. Secret Service uniformed division officer orders demonstrators back as other officers detain a protestor during a march on the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Lafayette Park in Washington, May 29, 2020.

A U.S. Secret Service uniformed division officer orders demonstrators back as other officers detain a protestor during a march on the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Lafayette Park in Washington, May 29, 2020.

Eric Thayer/ReutersThe entire D.C. National Guard has been activated by Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy to assist U.S. Park Police, according to Master Sgt. Craig Clapper, a spokesman for the D.C. National Guard.The additional forces will be unarmed and in a support role to U.S. Park police and that they will be equipped in protective riot gear, Clapper said.

Law enforcement officers look on as a person protests near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd in Washington, May 30, 2020.Law enforcement officers look on as a person protests near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd in Washington, May 30, 2020.

Eric Thayer/ReutersMayor Muriel Bowser has ordered a two-day curfew, beginning at 7 p.m. Monday.Newsham warned, if you are not a member of the media or performing an essential function,"local and federal police will take you into custody."1:48 p.m.: More than 400 arrested in Santa Monica

In Santa Monica, California, more than 400 people were arrested on Sunday.Police arrest people amid demonstrations and some ransacking in the aftermath of George Floyds death, May 31, 2020 in Santa Monica, California.Police arrest people amid demonstrations and some ransacking in the aftermath of George Floyds death, May 31, 2020 in Santa Monica, California.

Mario Tama/Getty ImagesCharges included looting, violating curfew, burglary and assault with a deadly weapon, officials said.People sit in handcuffs under arrest during an emergency curfew during demonstrations following the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in Santa Monica, California.

People sit in handcuffs under arrest during an emergency curfew during demonstrations following the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in Santa Monica, California.David Mcnew/Getty ImagesWhile there were no serious injuries, Santa Monica Police Chief Cynthia Renaud on Monday cautioned protesters that the looters "are opportunists" who will"take advantage" of the peaceful protests.

She said they"are tracking where peaceful protests are occurring, and they are then going to that city knowing that resources will be tied up ensuring first amendment rights to free speech. And they take advantage of that, and they loot and they perform criminal activity."

1:20 p.m.: More National Guardsmen on duty now than ever beforeBetween the George Floyd protests and theCOVID-19 pandemic, there are more National Guardsmen on duty right now for a domestic response than ever before, the National Guard Bureau said.A U.S. National Guard soldier walks on patrol in the aftermath of George Floyds death after looting occurred in the area amid demonstrations, May 31, 2020, in Santa Monica, California.

A U.S. National Guard soldier walks on patrol in the aftermath of George Floyds death after looting occurred in the area amid demonstrations, May 31, 2020, in Santa Monica, California.Mario Tama/Getty ImagesThere are now 66,700 activated National Guard soldiers and airmen. To put that in context, for Hurricane Katrina in 2005, more than 51,000 were activated.

The National Guard is now active in the District of Columbia and at least 25 states: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington state and Wisconsin.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the National Guard is on standby but not needed in New York City at this time because the NYPD is such a large police force.1 p.m.: 'Miraculous' that no one injured when truck barreled toward Minnesota crowdIn Minneapolis -- the epicenter of the protests -- a memorial will be held for George Floyd on Thursday, Gov. Tim Walz said

A mourner cries as she visits a makeshift memorial for George Floyd on the corner of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.A mourner cries as she visits a makeshift memorial for George Floyd on the corner of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.

John Minchillo/APSome of the Minnesota National Guard will be redeployed and sent home, he said.Demonstrators protest the killing of George Floyd near the city's 5th police precinct on May 30, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Demonstrators protest the killing of George Floyd near the city's 5th police precinct on May 30, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Scott Olson/Getty ImagesOn Sunday afternoon, between 5,000 and 7,000 people joined in a"very peaceful demonstration" at Minneapolis' U.S. Bank Stadium, said DPS Commissioner John Harrington.Then the group moved to the freeway, and that was when a tanker truck started barreling toward the crowd.

A crowd marches to protest the death of George Ford on the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River, May 31, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.A crowd marches to protest the death of George Ford on the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River, May 31, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Stephen Maturen/Getty ImagesHarrington called it"miraculous" that there were no deaths or injuries.A tanker truck drives into thousands of protesters marching on 35W north bound highway during a protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, May 31, 2020.

A tanker truck drives into thousands of protesters marching on 35W north bound highway during a protest against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, May 31, 2020.Eric Miller/ReutersWalz also commended the peaceful protesters who jumped in to protect the truck driver, even though at the time the driver appeared poised to assault them.

It does not appear that the truck driver headed toward the protesters intentionally, Harrington said."He saw the crowd and initially, what it looks like, he panicked, and he just kept barreling forward," Harrington said."And then he saw ... a young woman on a bike fall down in front of him and he slammed on the brakes. And he slid for a certain period of time until the vehicle stopped."

The driver is facing assault charges.12 p.m.: Nearly 700 arrested in ChicagoJust on Sunday, 699 people were arrested in Chicago, primarily for looting, David Brown, superintendent of the Chicago Police, said Monday.Brown addressed the rioters and looters directly, saying,"you disgraced the name of Mr. Floyd by your actions."

"Hate can never drive out hate," Brown said, and he vowed,"we will hold you accountable."Brown also addressed the late George Floyd directly, saying,"We are embarrassed by the cops in Minneapolis' use of force, asphyxiating you on the streets."

"We stand with Mr. Floyd's family," he said.People clean up items outside a Jewel grocery store, June 1, 2020, in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago, after the business was broken into during unrest in reaction to the death of George Floyd.

People clean up items outside a Jewel grocery store, June 1, 2020, in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago, after the business was broken into during unrest in reaction to the death of George Floyd.Charles Rex Arbogast/AP11:38 a.m. Barr sending riot teams to Miami, DC

A senior Department of Justice official says U.S. Attorney General William Barr has directed the Bureau of Prisons to send riot teams (Special Operation Response Teams) to Miami and Washington, D.C. to help with crowd control, a senior DOJ official said.

The team was already present in Miami over the weekend, this official said.A protester reacts after being hit by pepper spray from police as their group of demonstrators are detained prior to arrest at a gas station on South Washington Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.

A protester reacts after being hit by pepper spray from police as their group of demonstrators are detained prior to arrest at a gas station on South Washington Street, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis.John Minchillo/APPolice officers take guard during a protest over the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Police officers take guard during a protest over the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty ImagesOn Sunday night, Barr also dispatched the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team to help D.C. police.All FBI field offices have been instructed to set up command posts to deal specifically with the protests in nearby communities, the official said.

10:24 a.m.: Minnesota AG 'seriously looking' at prosecuting other officersMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said on SiriusXM's"The Joe Madison Show" on Monday that he's"very seriously looking at" prosecuting the three other officers who were at the scene of Floyd's death.

A demonstrator sits by her sign reading "Silence Promotes Violence" outside of the state capital building guarded by National Guards and State Patrol, May 31, 2020 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.A demonstrator sits by her sign reading "Silence Promotes Violence" outside of the state capital building guarded by National Guards and State Patrol, May 31, 2020 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images"I'm not prepared to announce anything at this moment," Ellison said, adding,"I will say that we are going to hold everybody accountable for what they did wrong and what they did that's illegal."

"We are reviewing the video tapes, the audio tapes, all the evidence, and we will make a charging decision based on the facts that we can prove," he said.Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Sunday that he has asked Ellison to help with the case.

MORE: How viral videos of killings of black men take a toll on black male mental healthAt a Sunday night news conference Ellison said he wanted to give people"a dose of reality.""Prosecuting police officers for misconduct is very difficult," Ellison said."We are pursing justice relentlessly and we are pursuing it on behalf of the people of Minnesota."

Demonstrators march on I- 35 while participating in a protest against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in St. Paul, Minnesota.Demonstrators march on I- 35 while participating in a protest against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, May 31, 2020, in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Scott Olson/Getty Images9:13 a.m.: Miami-Dade County mayor wants to honor protesters who stopped potential lootersIn Miami, video overnight showed a group of protesters shattering the glass door of a CVS as they prepared to loot the store -- only to be stopped by a group of peaceful protesters who formed a line to prevent them from entering. Police then arrived and dispersed the crowd.

Monday morning, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he wants to meet and commend the protesters who kept the potential looters from breaking in.People attend a protest amid nationwide unrest following the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Miami, May 31, 2020.

People attend a protest amid nationwide unrest following the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Miami, May 31, 2020.Maria Alejandra Cardona/Reuters"Anyone who can identify the people responsible for keeping the peace as they, themselves, properly exercised their right to assemble and protest, please reach out to the Mayor's office via social media on the Mayor's Facebook page Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez, or on Twitter @mayorgimenez," he said in a statement.

Protestors form a line in front of a CVS store to avoid people breaking the store windows during a rally in response to the recent death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis, in Miami, May 31, 2020.Protestors form a line in front of a CVS store to avoid people breaking the store windows during a rally in response to the recent death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis, in Miami, May 31, 2020.

Ricardo Arduengo/AFP via Getty Images2:22 a.m.: Derek Chauvin moved to state prison in Oak Park Heights, MinnesotaDerek Chauvin, the officer accused of killing George Floyd, is now in custody at the state prison in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, said Minnesota Department of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell.

Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchison made the request to move him over concerns about the large number of people who could possibly be booked into Hennepin County Jail Sunday night, and concerns over COVID-19.Chauvin's court date has been pushed back a week to June 8.

ABC's Ryan Burrow reports for ABC News Radio:1:40 a.m.: In several cities, protesters and police share a hugAlthough Sunday's protests included much of the looting and violence of the previous week's demonstrations, there were signs throughout the country that relations between protesters and police were warming.

Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett hugs a demonstrator during a gathering to protest the recent death of George Floyd on May 31, 2020 in Bellevue, Washington. Protests due to the recent death of George Floyd took place in Bellevue in addition to Seattle, with looting in Bellevue and at least one burned automobile there.

Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett hugs a demonstrator during a gathering to protest the recent death of George Floyd on May 31, 2020 in Bellevue, Washington. Protests due to the recent death of George Floyd took place in Bellevue in addition to Seattle, with looting in Bellevue and at least one burned automobile there.

David Ryder/Getty ImagesIn Orlando, Florida, photos on social media showed two police officers holding hands with protesters through a barricade.Video showed a Florida Highway Patrol trooper in Miami detach himself from a security line to offer a hug to a woman sitting on a motor scooter, who said,"I appreciate your patience" after troopers remained calm when protesters approached them.

MORE: Photos: How protests erupted across the country after the death of George FloydIn New York City's Foley Square, a cheer went up among protesters when a group of NYPD officers took a knee in a show of solidarity.In Oklahoma City, cameras also captured sheriff's deputies taking a knee, with some hugging protesters near the Oklahoma County Jail.

In Flint, Michigan, video showed Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson telling a crowd of protesters that he'd ordered his deputies to lower their batons and that he wanted to make the event"a parade, not a protest." The crowd then applauded the sheriff and invited him to join the march.

12:41 a.m.: Clashes continue in some cities, while others are more calmArrests during Sunday's protests have driven the total number of demonstrator arrests to 4,100 since protests began early in the week, according to the AP.Confrontations between police and protesters continued for another night in Brooklyn, where demonstrators clashed with officers outside Barclay's Center.

In Boston, an SUV drove through a crowd of protesters but officials said no one appeared to be seriously hurt.In Washington, D.C., members of the U.S. Marshals Service and DEA agents were called in to assist National Guard troops responding to protests near the White House, a Department of Justice official said.

In Atlanta, two police officers were fired for using excessive force during an arrest of two college students during Saturday night's protests. Video of the incident appeared to show officers Tase the two students as they sat in their vehicle, and then forcefully drag them out of the car.

Other protests were peaceful. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said demonstrators were"largely cooperative." Read more: ABC News »

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You are telling me a guy is breaking concrete right in front of the police and civilians have to jump him and drag him to the police. Seems like a lot of bs. Is this what they mean paid actors or undercover? Peaceful protestors are getting attacked and this guys is doing that..🙄 keithbaldrey Why you breaking a sidewalk? Shoulda curb stomped his face into the sidewalk at the same damn time!

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This is so awesome! It's funny how the president declares war on the people, and the army he sends, joins the crowd! They shouldn’t have handed him over. That man is not even black lol! Smh, not that that is a problem but crazy he is there causing more destruction to a already sensitive. Come on now we need all colors to come together, not one or the other making matters worse!

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BEST PROTESTERS IN THE WORLD It’s called patriotism. Try it out. Respect. What happened to George Flyod is heartbreaking and completely unacceptable. People have the right to peacefully protest and demonstrate their pain and frustration with the justice system. Great 👍🏽 👏🏽 HoldLawEnforcementAccountable We are long overdue for change when it comes to the rights of minorities. Make your voice heard. Demand legislation to hold law enforcement accountable. It’s time for real Justice for all.

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What I can see in his face is that one day the Americans will feel each other's pain!!!

Rev. Al: Don't use George Floyd for anything other than justice for George FloydThe Rev. Al Sharpton discusses the violence and looting overshadowing many peaceful protests across the country for George Floyd, and he calls for peaceful protesting over violence. TheRevAl You idiots this isn't about Floyd, it's about 'undocumented shoppers.'🤣👇 TheRevAl It has been used for a reason to steal and destroy property, nothing but opportunistic thugs. TheRevAl George Floyd was a crisis actor. False Flag to sow division.

Live Updates on George Floyd Protests: Overnight Mayhem Follows Peaceful RalliesFires burned outside the White House. There were widespread reports of looting and clashes with the police in cities across the U.S. after another day of peaceful protests over the killing of George Floyd descended into mayhem. Latest updates: wow that is a tortured headline “We need to continue peaceful expressions against injustice and demand accountability. Our unified voice needs to put pressure on our leaders to change our laws, or else we need to use our vote to create systematic change. ' Michael Jordan Did firefighters save St Johns historic church in DC from burning?

Protests Over Death of George Floyd Threaten a Jump in Coronavirus CasesPublic-health and government officials worry protests against police brutality toward African-Americans and other minority groups, spurred by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, could result in another jump in coronavirus cases in the coming weeks. Well, no shit. Ah yes...the experts.

Buildings Set On Fire Near White House As George Floyd Protests ContinueThe demonstrations were largely peaceful before police started pushing back protesters and clashes began as a citywide curfew set in. A politic game ( it's soo clear now) DEMOCRATS are USING this to take PRESIDENT out. Open the eyes folks. WE ARE IN A PANDEMIC FOLKS We are in a pandemic We are in a pandemic The media don't talk about this anymore. Huffington Post, no mention of the pandemic? Should protesters be arrested for not wearing mask or obeying six foot social distancing rule? Will it cause the dreaded spike in cases? I know your outraged by it but I can assure you they will be okay and most are not vulnerable. Bullshit, they were starting fires. Saw it on television. Starting fires near the White House is not 'peacefully protesting'.

Santa Monica faces riots, looting amid George Floyd protestsA peaceful protest in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday over the death of George Floyd descended into chaos after some of the protesters started looting local businesses, with the ransacking caught on video. Sadly, chances are that Mexico (and probably Canada) will probably be desperate to pay for a big “beautiful” wall now! When the neighbours go cray cray time to shut the gates riots2020 It's been brewing and t$rump incited them to violence.

Live updates: George Floyd protests spread across AmericaProtests following the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded that he couldn't breathe while he was held down with a knee by a Minneapolis police officer, have spread nationwide. Follow here for the latest updates. Ryanyoungnews 😥 Ryanyoungnews Sad shit Ryanyoungnews Will the looters pay for what they’ve done to innocent store owners?