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Minnesota protest live updates: Biden says he's 'furious' over Trump tweet

Protests have erupted across the nation following the death of George Floyd, who was seen pinned down by police.

5/29/2020 7:27:00 PM

📸Rachel Perez stands a distance away from a burning vehicle with bruising around her eye and plaster on her forehead, from injuries sustained by rubber bullets during protests in Minneapolis, Minnesota, over the death of George Floyd .

Protests have erupted across the nation following the death of George Floyd , who was seen pinned down by police.

11:10 a.m.: City is handling situation in 'best way that we can,' city council VP saysMinneapolis' city council vice president said the government is still adjusting to the situation, but is handling it"in the best way that we can given all of the chaos, all of the unrest, all of the anger and pain in this community."

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City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins told ABC News' Amy Robach on Friday that the city must take control of the situation and"restore some order back."City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins sings Amazing Grace during a news conference, May 28, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minn. Violent protests over the death of a George Floyd, a black man, in police custody rocked a Minneapolis neighborhood.

City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins sings Amazing Grace during a news conference, May 28, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minn. Violent protests over the death of a George Floyd, a black man, in police custody rocked a Minneapolis neighborhood.Elizabeth Flores/AP

She also begged people not to gather in the streets, citing the pandemic and the damage that has been done in the last two nights. Jenkins said that the anger of the community has been expressed and she did not want further action to lead to injuries or loss of life.

"We can't allow this type of civic unrest to continue," she said.Jenkins on Thursday called on city officials to declare racism a public health crisis."By declaring racism a public health emergency it provides us the opportunity to name the virus that has infected our American institutions for centuries but in addition, it gives us the opportunities to ... you can’t really begin to cure a disease until you know what that disease is," she said."It’s an infectious disease just like the coronavirus and it’s not just Minneapolis."

11:00 a.m.: National Guard is in Minneapolis, Trump saysPresident Donald Trump tweeted that the National Guard is now in Minneapolis."They are in Minneapolis and fully prepared," the president wrote."George Floyd will not have died in vain. Respect his memory!!!"

Photos showed members of the National Guard in the streets of Minneapolis. Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Thursday activating the Minnesota National Guard after Wednesday night's destructive protests.National Guard members patrol the protest area in Minneapolis, May 29, 2020, after three days of violent protests over the death of George Floyd.

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National Guard members patrol the protest area in Minneapolis, May 29, 2020, after three days of violent protests over the death of George Floyd.Carlos Barria/ReutersIn a statement to ABC News, the National Guard said they were not authorized to disclose specifics about their"tactics or use of force."

"The Guardsmen are activated to protect life, preserve property and to ensure the right of people to peacefully demonstrate in Minneapolis and its surrounding communities," according to the statement."Some examples of missions they will be performing are: They are assisting/escorting firefighters to sites and providing them security as those firefighters do their work. They are forming lines between protestors and sites that are at risk of being harmed."

10:50 a.m.: Biden says he is 'furious' over Trump tweetPresumptive Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden said he was"furious" over President Donald Trump's tweet on the protests."I will not lift the President’s tweet. I will not give him that amplification. But he is calling for violence against American citizens during a moment of pain for so many. I’m furious, and you should be too," Biden wrote.

Trump tweeted in the early morning hours of Friday that"when the looting starts, the shooting starts," referring to the protests. He also called protesters"thugs."Biden said that he will be speaking more later today about the situation in Minneapolis. He also addressed a CNN crew being arrested.

"This is not abstract: a black reporter was arrested while doing his job this morning, while the white police officer who killed George Floyd remains free. I am glad swift action was taken, but this, to me, says everything," Biden said, with the swift action appearing to refer to their release.

10:20 a.m.: Melania Trump issues statement on protestsFirst Lady Melania Trump said the nation needs to focus on healing and"there is no reason for violence.""Our country allows for peaceful protests, but there is no reason for violence," she tweeted."I’ve seen our citizens unify & take care of one another through COVID19 & we can’t stop now."

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Trump also offered her"deepest condolences" to Floyd's family."As a nation, let's focus on peace, prayers & healing," the first lady wrote.9:45 a.m.: Floyd family attorney calls CNN arrest 'hypocrisy'Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump, who is representing Floyd's family, said he was not surprised by the"hypocrisy" of police arresting a CNN crew, but not arresting"murderers from within its own ranks."

"These problems will require systematic change to start the healing process. It won't be easy, but it's essential," Crump wrote on Twitter.7:05 a.m.: CNN reporter, crew arrested live on airCNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his production crew were arrested in Minneapolis live on air Friday morning while reporting on the Floyd protests. They were released about an hour later and Jimenez was back on-air reporting.

The news outlet reported that police said they were arrested because they were told to move and didn't."A CNN reporter and his production team were arrested this morning in Minneapolis for doing their jobs, despite identifying themselves -- a clear violation of their First Amendment rights," CNN said in a statement Friday morning."The authorities in Minnesota, incl. the Governor, must release the 3 CNN employees immediately."

Minnesota State Sen. Jeff Hayden phoned into CNN and said he just had a joint text with the governor and mayor and that they were just trying to get control of the area and weren't aware of the CNN reporter getting arrested.CNN president Jeff Zucker spoke to Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz who apologized for State Police's arrest of Jimenez and their team. Walz said he was working to get them released and that he takes full responsibility for what happened.

6:48 a.m.: 70 arrested or summonsed in New York City during George Floyd protestsAt least 70 people were arrested or summonsed during a series of protests that started in Union Square and spread through Lower Manhattan through Thursday night.Most will be summonsed for obstruction of governmental administration and social distancing violations, but there will also be assault and weapon possession charges.

The protest began in Union Square after 3 p.m., Thursday but after that broke up, protests reemerged at Foley Square courthouses, City Hall, Zuccotti Park, the site of the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protest, and moved toward the West Side Highway.Several police officers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, one with a possible concussion.

One person was arrested for assaulting a police officer for throwing a garbage can into a crowd and striking a police officer in the head.Another person attempted to grab the service weapon from a Deputy Inspector's holster. That person will be charged with robbery.

1:15 a.m.: Trump says military could assume control in city, 'when the looting starts, the shooting starts'President Donald Trump has weighed in on the destructive protests in Minneapolis early Friday morning, saying the military could"assume control" of the response.

"These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won't let that happen," Trump tweeted early Friday morning."Just spoke to Governor Tim Walz and told him that the Military is with him all the way. Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts."

A protester carries the carries a U.S. flag upside, a sign of distress, next to a burning building Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

A protester carries the carries a U.S. flag upside, a sign of distress, next to a burning building Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

Julio Cortez/APTrump also attacked Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, saying the protests are a result of a lack of leadership."Either the very weak Radical Left Mayor, Jacob Frey, get his act together and bring the City under control, or I will send in the National Guard & get the job done right," Trump tweeted.

Frey responded to Trump at an early morning press conference Friday, saying"weakness" is"pointing your finger" during times of crisis."Weakness is refusing to take responsibility for your actions. Weakness is pointing your finger at somebody else during a time of crisis," Frey said."Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis. We are strong as hell. Is this a difficult time period? Yes. But you better be damn sure that we're gonna get through this."

12:48 a.m.: Minneapolis asks residents to 'retreat' over precinct explosion possibilityAfter people protesting George Floyd's death forcibly took over a Minneapolis precinct and began to ignite fires, city officials are now warning residents to leave the area in case the building explodes.

"We're hearing unconfirmed reports that gas lines to the Third Precinct have been cut and other explosive materials are in the building," the city tweeted."If you are near the building, for your safety, PLEASE RETREAT in the event the building explodes."

Frey said residents must clear the area so the fire department can put out fires."We are working with @MinneapolisFire to deliver resources and respond for a beloved neighborhood in our city," Frey tweeted."We all need to work together to ensure the safety of our friends, family, and Minneapolis residents. And right now working together means clearing the area."

Protesters are seen from the roof of the Minneapolis police 3rd Precinct building Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

Protesters are seen from the roof of the Minneapolis police 3rd Precinct building Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

John Minchillo/APThe Minnesota National Guard has been activated for the area and said it's helping the fire department safely get to fires to help them battle the blazes.Since the protests started, the Saint Paul Police Department said more than 170 businesses have been damaged or looted. Despite the destruction, with dozens of fires set, authorities said there are no reports of serious injuries."Calm on the horizon," the department said late Thursday night.

12:32 a.m.: Governor 'shocked' after vehicle attempts to run over protesterColorado Gov. Jared Polis said he is"absolutely shocked" by video of a car attempting to run over a person protesting the death of Floyd in Denver on Thursday. What started as a peaceful protest turned chaotic with reports of vandalism and violence.

"Tonight is a very sad night for our state. While we are still uncovering all of the facts, a protest regarding the killing of George Floyd devolved into vandalism and violence, and I was absolutely shocked by video evidence of a motorist attempting to run over a protestor," Polis tweeted."Coloradans are better than this. I share the immense anguish we all feel about the unjust murder of George Floyd. But let me be clear, senseless violence will never be healed by more violence."

Previously shots were fired across the street from Colorado's State Capitol in Denver.11:51 p.m.: Protesters gain access to police precinctPeople protesting the death of Floyd have reportedly taken over the Minneapolis Police Department's 3rd precinct and set it on fire, according to authorities.

Minneapolis Police spokesperson John Elder said staff was evacuated from the building around 10 p.m. local time and that protesters forcibly entered the building and ignited several fires.A protester moves around the 3rd Precinct building of the Minneapolis Police Department on Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

A protester moves around the 3rd Precinct building of the Minneapolis Police Department on Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody Monday, broke out in Minneapolis for a third straight night.

John Minchillo/APShortly after reports of the precinct takeover, the Minnesota National Guard said it was deploying more than 500 soldiers to the area."We have activated more than 500 soldiers to St. Paul, Minneapolis and surrounding communities," the National Guard said in a statement."Our mission is to protect life, preserve property and the right to peacefully demonstrate. A key objective is to ensure fire departments are able to respond to calls."

9:20 p.m.: Colorado protest marred by gunshotsProtesters outside Colorado's State Capitol in Denver received a scare when someone apparently fired shots nearby, causing the assembled group to flee.There were no injuries, authorities confirmed to ABC News.

"Officers on scene at W Colfax Ave and W 15 st on shots fired in the area of the Capital. This is an ongoing investigation and the motive is unknown," Denver policewroteon Twitter.Leslie Herod, who is a state representative, tweeted about the incident as well. She added that someone was apprehended, though police have not confirmed any arrests.

The Capitol was put on lockdown, with Herod, who fled inside included. Herod told an ABC News producer she was not scared by the incident."No. This only makes me more resolved. We have more work to do," she said.People scramble for cover outside the Colorado State Capitol in Denver on May 28, 2020, after someone fired gunshots in the area during a protest of George Floyd's death. No one was injured.

People scramble for cover outside the Colorado State Capitol in Denver on May 28, 2020, after someone fired gunshots in the area during a protest of George Floyd's death. No one was injured.Courtesy Nina Kadjar8:31 p.m.: 911 call releasedThe 911 call made by the store owner who accused Floyd of using fraudulent money was released by authorities Thursday evening.

According to the transcript of the call released by the state of Minnesota, the caller -- a store owner -- told the operator that Floyd entered the store drunk and tried to pay for something with"fake bills." He later left the shop and sat on his car. It was there where police found him when they arrived at the scene.

"Someone comes [to] our store and give us fake bills and we realize it before he left the store, and we ran back outside, they was [sic] sitting on their car," the caller said."We tell them to give us their phone, put their... thing back and everything, and he was also drunk and everything and return to give us our cigarettes back and so he can, so he can go home but he doesn't want to do that, and he's sitting on his car cause he is awfully drunk and he's not in control of himself."

The operator then asked the caller for Floyd's race and sex."No, he's a black guy," the caller replied."Alright," the operator said, letting out a sigh according to the transcript, before the caller asked,"How is your day going?"

6:25 p.m.: Investigation is 'top priority' for DOJThe Department of Justice has made the investigation into Floyd's death a"top priority," Erica MacDonald, attorney for state of Minnesota, said at a press conference.MacDonald said President Donald Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr are"directly and actively" monitoring the case.

"It is critical, it is essential, it is imperative that the investigation is done right and done right the first time," she said."And that is what we are going to do."No federal or state charges against the officers were announced at the press conference.

Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman asked for"patience.""Give us the time to do this right and we will bring you justice -- I promise," Freeman said.He said his office has been flooded with calls on the status of the investigation. The main question, he said, has been,"what're you gonna do about the murder of George Floyd?"

"We are going to investigate as thoroughly as justice demands," Freeman said.He called the officer's action"excessive and wrong," but said he needs to determine if it was criminal.Both MacDonald and Freeman called on the public to come forward with any information they may have.

There was a delay in starting the press conference, which MacDonald apologized for and said she was hoping to share a development but that it was not the right time.5:35 p.m.: City releases complaint history of 4 officersThe police officer seen in a video with his knee on Floyd's neck was involved in 18 complaints prior to being fired, according to records released by the city.

Derek Chauvin, who was fired following Floyd's death, was only disciplined for two of those complaints, according to the city records.The documents do not provide the details of the complaints or the disciplines.In an image made from video posted to Facebook, a Minneapolis police officer kneels on the neck of a man identified by a family attorney as George Floyd, May 25, 2020. Floyd died shortly after the incident.

In an image made from video posted to Facebook, a Minneapolis police officer kneels on the neck of a man identified by a family attorney as George Floyd, May 25, 2020. Floyd died shortly after the incident.Darnella Frazier via StoryfulTou Thao, who was the officer seen standing up in the video, had six complaints, one of which remains open, according to the records. Thao, who was also fired, was not disciplined for the other five complaints.

The other two officers who were fired, Thomas Lane and J Alexander Kueng, have had no complaints.5:15 p.m.: Governor signs executive order activating National GuardGov. Tim Walz signed an executive order activating the Minnesota National Guard following Wednesday night's protests.

Walz said the purpose of the National Guard was"to protect people, to protect people safely demonstrating, and to protect small business owners.""The anger and grief of this moment is unbearable. People deserve to be seen. People deserve to be heard. People deserve to be safe," he said in a statement."While many Minnesotans are taking extensive safety precautions while exercising their right to protest, the demonstration last night became incredibly unsafe for all involved."

The National Guard Adjutant General will work with local government agencies to provide personnel, equipment, and facilities needed to respond to and recover from the protests, according to Walz's office.There will also be about 200 members of the Minnesota State Patrol that will work with state, county, and local community and public safety partners. State Patrol helicopters and fixed wind aircraft on the ground will assist law enforcement officers, the governor's office said.

5:03 p.m.: Families of Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery issue joint statementThe families of Floyd, Breonna Taylor andAhmaud Arbery-- all of whom died after incidents with current and former law enforcement -- are demanding change and calling for government action to address this"national crisis."

"We're devastated about the senseless violence that has broken the hearts of our families," the families said in a joint statement."While we are grateful for the outpouring of love and support, it's important that now – more than ever – we use our voices to enact change, demand accountability within our justice system and keep the legacies of Breonna, Ahmaud and George alive. This is a national crisis and our government needs to take immediate and widespread action to protect our black and brown communities."

The families have called for a congressional hearing and a national task force to create new bipartisan legislation that is aimed at ending racial violence and increasing police accountability.This undated photo courtesy of Breonna Taylor family shows Breonna posing during a graduation ceremony in Louisville, Ky.

This undated photo courtesy of Breonna Taylor family shows Breonna posing during a graduation ceremony in Louisville, Ky.Family of Breonna Taylor via AFP/Getty ImagesThey will also present a case to United Nation Human Rights Committee for sweeping changes to the nation's criminal justice system. A date for when they would be presenting their case was not provided.

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He needs to step down. He is a hen and cannot handle the pressure. He basically just sit and wait. Who has seen the whole video? They weren’t complying with what the cops were asking Hey Gov, fyi... many other news media outlets are covering this story but 1 black reporter get arrested Along with your apology answer why is this so? OmarJimenez GeorgeFloydWasMurdered

wish our president was as good as our governor DumpTrump2020 ما رادت غير وطن 💔 national guard should arrest the police Handled it better than realDonaldTrump This is an unfortunate example of what to expect from violent protests being dispersed. Although they are supposed to be nonlethal they will cause significant pain.

How far are they going to protect these thugs criminal cops? The dump in the WH gave some ideas based on his sick mind 😷 I can’t breathe! GeorgeFloydprotest BlackLivesMatter GeorgeFloyd GeorgeFloydWasMurdered GeorgeFloydMurder OmarKamal WritesMore At least the Governor sounds much more intelligent and stable than Trump.

Media Déjà vu NOW IN MINNESOTA! SAME SONG! SAME DANCE! BLAH-BLAH-BLAH! SAME BULLSHIT! PASSING THE BUCK! RUN-AROUND! NOT-MY-FAULT! NOT-MY-DECISION! WE-DID-OUR-BEST! MORE EXCUSES! LESS RESULTS! WE-WILL-FIX IT! WE'LL GET BACK TO YOU! WE ARE WORKING ON IT! BLAME GAME IN MOTION ! It was a riot, not a peaceful protest.

What is he doing about officers who need to be charged, fired, disciplined, held accountable. That whole force has obvious problems Umm That's during RIOTS in Minneapolis. Twitter really needs to fact check these news organizations. What is happening in Minneapolis is not protest it is down right RIOTING.

cops are starting the riots That arrest, wasn't it staged? No excuses! Yjis should not even be an issue. It should have never happened. Kudos to the sign language interpreter. She’s awesome! but killing George Floyd is under investigation because apparently our Police Procedures allow for neck take-downs.

That policeman must die too. Shame Refreshing “Journalism” 😂 cnn is a proxy for the ccp But are they getting charged?!?! Good White Supremacy infiltration of police My governor acts like a leader. He took responsibility for and apologized privately and publicly for the arrest of a CNN reporter. When has realDonaldTrump ever taken responsibility and apologized? NEVER!

She deserved it. Consequences are a real thing. Soros was paying $15/hr but does that include medical too Leave it to ABC to display bruises on a protesting looter encouraging reporter, why is she even there, I guess this violence helps their ratings I mean I guess now that there is rioting trying to calm it so 'you can work on it', yet when it was peaceful ya'all wanted to pepper spray and tear gas and ignore. Got it....

The only solution to white police violence is Voting Blue VoteBlue JusticeForGeorgeFloyd JusticeforAhmaudArbery CriminalJusticeReform FakeNews she was in the middle of a RIOT To avoid rubber bullets and related injuries, she would be wise to avoid riots and looting. Pretty simple solution. We must stop this kind of atrocity on US soil! We must stop this kind of killing on US soil! We must stop this kind of murders on US soil! We must stop this domestic terrorism on US soil! We need Amendment 28, i.e. Freedom of Breath!

More violence only begets more violence Racism isn’t the issue. The issue is that government allows murder as a matter of public policy. The World needs President Obama right now. Big, Hateful Orange exacerbated this 😔 Wise words from the former President. WE MISS YOU OBAMA IN THE WORST WAY!! Oh lord, the libs are at war trying to stop ObamaGate

Things Trump will/would never say: “That’s a valid point and critique.” - GovTimWalz 需要中国去支持一下抗议者吗? Land of the Free 😂 😂 😂 their President tells us he’s the leader of the Free world certainly not the same free world I live in here in the UK remembera time when USA was respected for stopping dictators creating a police state & stifling freedom of the press..

As a result, these looters screw over their own Community they're suppose to represent. Just like Democrats, they only hurt the Black Community & discourage any positive development & opportunities for all minorities in the neighborhood. TruthMatters hOW MANY NEW NORMALS CAN YOU FIT INTO ONE YEAR GMA Thank you BarackObama you are the epitome of class and knowledge. EveryLifeMatters

M.Obama, please get P-45 to resign. You kept the racial divide going . Spoken like a true leader Police murder of black and brown people was already an ongoing scourge before Trump and Pence, but under this regime, it has and will continue to get qualitatively worse. Encouraged and enforced at the highest levels of power.

Well actually, it is normal in 2020 because of Barry. He divided this nation and erased decades of progress. Awwwww what a inspirational words from mass murderer and sociopath. Who would of imagined when all the white people voted for Obama that he would have the complete opposite effect on the nation More like 70 Persons of Interest in a Major City Burning, Looting & yes,.Murder. BLM: Burn, Loot & Murder TruthMatters

We must stop this kind of atrocity on US soil! We must stop this kind of killing on US soil! We must stop this kind of murders on US soil! We must stop this domestic terrorism on US soil! We need Amendment 28, i.e. Freedom of Breath! But the murderer was not arrested. Then why were they arrested? They followed the officer's directions and repeatedly said they were with CNN as well as provided credentials.

That is true leadership. Just more of your memorized clichés ..I was not surprised at all it’s an old white fuck This isn’t advocating violence !? What the heck is going on in this world. Up is down You tell him Obama, him being all the leaders of each State, each Municipality of the United States, are we going backwards now?

He's right. Trumpers will hate that the black president spoke out, watch them flutter on your feed with redirectives and gibberish. We must stop this kind of atrocity on US soil! We must stop this kind of killing on US soil! We must stop this kind of murders on US soil! We must stop this domestic terrorism on US soil! We need Amendment 28, i.e. Freedom of Breath!

You did your best my brotha and we are all proud...Now get your wife in there as the VP pick!! We need her!! America have to stop prejudice... Now we're setting a standard of 'new normal' because of one officer's bad decision. .Sounds great...so when you get prosecuted don't be calling anyone the R word....

GMA Why didn’t Obama do anything when Ferguson and Baltimore burned. He called the looters thugs Sorry we need a video of him saying this, you putting writing on a picture doesn't make it a fact This is how a President responds to a crisis. Why would he not condemn the rioting, looting and destruction of property? He loves race wars.

american police taught hongkong police a good lesson about how to deal with riots . How about they treat EVERYONE as equals and make EVERYONE'S safety their top priority. When are the Sanctuary State run Dems going to be Arrested for all those they MURDERED in Nursing Homes? Anything about disciplinary action, including training, for the officers who arrested the crew without cause?

When will the people become the top priority? BWAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!! CNN assholes getting what they so richly deserve for impersonating journalists! Youre a liar. Americans. wake up and read history. this is not new. why allow republicans and democrats to continue this, this has gone on since 1828 and 1854. is this not enough? TO HELL WITH REPUBLICANS AND TO HELL WITH DEMOCRATS. TO HELL WITH THEM ALL

4 arrests is a hell of a lot cheaper than having 2 of your cities set on fire. justsaying Apologize to the people of Minneapolis for allowing outsiders to come into their city and burn down their businesses and their communities while you stood down and watched it burn!! I hate cnn and this even shocked me. Somthing china would do.

Trump sent them because he hates cnn Social Justice is best realized by stealing tv's from a private business and burning down affordable housing buildings, we must all do our part to thieve and destroy. There are good cops who do good things, and there are good cops that do bad things. There are also bad cops that can do good things. But these PIGS are BAD COPS DOING BAD THINGS!! ARREST THEM NOW! If police are not held to rule of law then neither should citizens!

The National Guard was instructed & knew exactly what they were doing when they arrested the Black CNN reporter. The GOP has been trained to hate CNN. No way they randomly chose this reporter to detain. The arrest was meant to send a message. Chief of police have an apology like this? Didn’t come across my timeline. Would like to see it. If hasn’t happened, he needs fired too.

I call bullshit! Stop airing this bullshit. No charges are being announced and anything any of them are saying is a waste of time and totally condescending to the public. ARRESTtheOFFICERS Vote2020 ARREST THEM NOW Not impressed! 1. Public trial of relevant police. 2. Remove all charges against protesters. 3. Establish an independent committee to investigate the abuse of violence by the police force. 4. Trump must resign. 5. Carry out universal suffrage immediately. Five demands are indispensable.

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Biden 'furious' over Trump's call for violence against Americans in Minneapolis protests of George Floyd deathJoe Biden is angry about President Donald Trump's tweet in response to protests in Minneapolis in connection with death of George Floyd in policy custody. 'When the looting starts, the shooting starts,' Trump wrote. So are millions of us. Where is Waldo Biden? 'when the looting starts, the shooting starts'

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Trump mocks Biden for wearing mask on Memorial DayThe president on Tuesday mocked Joe Biden for wearing a mask outdoors on Memorial Day. Biden responded in an interview by calling Trump 'a fool' and stressing recommendations from doctors on wearing masks in public. Ummmm... he wasn’t in a crowd. He probably forgot though... DementiaJoe You are FakeNews Who’s the fool MSNBC? A reporter reporting on people with no mask when the cameraman recording is not wearing a mask! Hypocrisy at its best especially fake news media.

New GOP group launches $10 million campaign to get Republicans to vote for Biden over TrumpA new project to encourage Republicans to support former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump has launched a $10 million ad campaign targeting GOP-leaning voters in top swing states. With so many people on the left bitching about money and who gets it, they sure as fuck don’t care when they throw huge amounts of money at their liberal politicians campaigns SEE?!!? Trump's base in numbers have been dwindling along with his approval numbers. I think it's very unlikely Trump will see a 2nd term.

Anti-Trump Republican group launches $10 million project to get Biden elected'The focus of this project is elevating the voices of real Republican voters who oppose Trump,' the spokeswoman for Republican Voters Against Trump said. A start. Trump is aware that as long as he appoints antichoice judges the Evilgelicals will support him.