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If you believe in a cause, be willing to stand up for that cause with a million people or by yourself.

‘The virus came from Europe and no one in this nation told us … It didn’t come from China’ — Gov. Cuomo called out the lack of federal help for the states hit hardest by COVID-19

BREAKING: Black Lives Matter protest underway in downtown LA to rally against the killing of George Floyd. Several protesters were seen attacking police cars on the 101 freeway.

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Justin Bieber speaks out against #GeorgeFloyd 's death: "this makes me absolutely sick. This makes me angry this man DIED. This makes me sad. Racism is evil We need to use our voice! Please people. I’m sorry GEORGE FLOYD"

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Rep. Steny Hoyer: "This President shows less respect for law enforcement than any President I've seen at the federal level."

For the PM crowd: Colin Kaepernick’s protests cost him his career. Our refusal to acknowledge and address the reasons behind them cost George Floyd his life.

President Trump arrived in Florida Wednesday, his fourth battleground-state destination in four weeks, as his recent official White House outings have included many of the trappings of campaign stops

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BREAKING: The U.S. has certified that Hong Kong is no longer politically autonomous from China, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo says

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Like I said last night: as soon as Trump could no longer do his two-hour campaign rallies from the White House, he got bored with the Coronavirus and just doesn't really care to deal with it anymore.

"I can't breathe." Minneapolis police fired tear gas at people protesting the death of #GeorgeFloyd , an unarmed Black man. He died after police were filmed kneeling on his neck while he struggled to breathe. The 4 officers have been fired.

BREAKING: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey calls for officer seen in video with his knee on George Floyd's neck to be charged. Floyd died shortly after the incident. "If you had done it, or I had done it, we would behind bars right now."

I am so grateful for all the retweeting of this message to @jack  It shows there is a desire for decency. Thank you SO MUCH for helping make this right. @Twitter , do the right thing. #Pleasedeletethosetweets  #gratitude 

BREAKING: Vatican designates Barnard Castle a sacred site after thousands of blind pilgrims are miraculously cured over the past 24 hours.

The first big vote by mail controversy was FDR wanting to help the troops vote but the Dixiecrats freaking out that doing so could help enfranchise black people. Anyway just a random historical fact obviously unrelated to anything today

We have informed both India and China that the United States is ready, willing and able to mediate or arbitrate their now raging border dispute: US President Donald Trump (file pic)

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#ICantBreathe " This video shows a US police officer kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in custody.

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"I can't breathe." A Black man in Minneapolis died after pleading for his life as a white officer knelt on his neck. He was later identified as #GeorgeFloyd .

@jack  Read the letter and please do the right thing. If you agree, please retweet. #Pleasedeletethosetweets 

WHAT A PUTTS! Trump tees up on golf outing as coronavirus death toll creeps towards 100,000

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The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020

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Hong Kong police fire tear gas as thousands protest security law

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WATCH: President Trump golfs on Saturday at his Virginia golf club.

TIME connected with Suga of @BTS_twt  ahead of the release of “D-2” to discuss the complex themes and inspirations of his new work #Daechwita 

‘It’s time to move on’ says government that’s worked harder to safeguard one man’s job in three days than it has to protect frontline workers and care home residents in three months.

"We're just having a bit of an earthquake here": New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern barely skipped a beat when a quake struck during a live TV interview.

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