Fox Business Network / Trish Regan

Fox Business Network FIRES Trish Regan for saying coronavirus is another attempt to impeach POTUS: She's 100% correct. That's exactly what the Democrat media complex is doing. Fox is dirt.

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'Protecting our neighborhoods': Philadelphia residents armed with AR-15s and baseball bats watch over businesses

Army helicopter uses counterinsurgency tactics after protesters tear-gassed for Trump's photo-op

We’re stronger than the coronavirus. We are stronger than the horrible legacy of racism we've inherited. We will meet this moment of crisis and will come through it a stronger, fairer city.

An F-16 Fighting Falcon flies above the Gulf of Mexico en route to South Carolina. The jet is a compact, highly maneuverable, multi-role fighter aircraft. 📷 U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Jim Bentley#ReadyAF  #AimHigh 

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Oh my god. This @OliviaMesser  piece. Just horrific. Medical Workers Fighting COVID Say Cops Are Attacking Them

Mayor's office says federal officials asked about assuming control of DC police

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"I am glad the president, yesterday, led by going to St. John's Church, a historic church in our capital city that was firebombed by terrorists. It was important for @realDonaldTrump ] to be there and say 'we will not be cowed by terrorists.'" — @tedcruz 

BREAKING: Attorney General Barr personally ordered the expansion of the security perimeter around Lafayette Park Monday just before Trump's visit to St. John's Episcopal Church, a senior DOJ official and senior White House official confirm to ABC News.

Those in power who want us to focus on looting and property damage instead of the thousands peacefully protesting are trying to distract us from the terrible violence that engulfs the lives of working people every day. As Coretta Scott King reminded us, violence takes many forms.

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From fake images of fires to false claims of a communications blackout, protests in Washington, D.C. and across the country have become fertile grounds for online disinformation campaigns.

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