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Breaking: A member of the Breonna Taylor grand jury just filed a remarkable motion asking a judge to release the entire proceedings of the grand jury. The motion strongly suggests that Attorney General Cameron's public comments contradict what was presented to the grand jury.

JUST IN: A lawyer for Peter STRZOK says some of the agent's notes recently made ublic by the FLYNN defense team "appear to have been altered," including with at least one handwritten notation that is incorrect >>>

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Worth watching the video. Never mind who the suspect is: watch the police. A man, reportedly armed, is patiently talked with until he can be arrested. Nobody is shot. Trained police can do this. Now think of all the videos that have come out differently.

Propaganda #101  1. Media leak (anonymous or not) timed to inflict the damage you want 2. Info may be true or false 3. Other media will copy. Pundits will discuss on TV endlessly 4. Other news is eclipsed; all are on point w/ defined topic 5. Mission accomplished!

It essentially accuses Cameron of hiding behind grand jury secrecy requirements while misleading the public about evidence the grand jury actually saw. It asks the court to release the record in the interest of justice, transparency, and accountability.

BREAKING: Police are reporting a 911 outage nationwide

Too many white people have proven they can’t be trusted to use 911 responsibly — and it’s costing Black people their safety and sometimes their lives. So @ColorOfChange  is introducing a new emergency number, just for all the 'Karens' out there.

Everything coming to Netflix in October 2020

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Santorum: Not illegal for Trump "to do everything he can not to pay taxes"

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After passing their $3.4 trillion stimulus package in May, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats now say they are prepared to move forward with a scaled-down $2.2 trillion package. But that's still too high for Senate Republicans and the White House.

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