Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman / Richard Burr / Feb

WOW. Soon after he offered public assurances that the government was ready to battle coronavirus, Senate Intelligence Committee ChairmanRichard Burr sold off between $582,029 and $1.56 million of his holdings on Feb. 13 in 29 separate transactions.

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as protesters march on Trump Tower in Chicago & the White House, a frank media might point out the death of Mr.Floyd happened under a democrat mayor, democrat senator, democrat governor, with a democrat county prosecutor. the only person who did shit was a republican. Trump.

Police cars set ABLAZE near Philadelphia City Hall as protest erupts in violence and vandalism (VIDEOS)

President Trump: "Past leaders put the United States at the mercy of foreign nations to send our astronauts into orbit. Not anymore."

The use of "contact tracing" to describe police investigations of protestors is chilling tbh. The war on COVID is normalizing surveillance in a bad way.

A few Miami protesters climbed up a sign on I-95 to spray paint "Don't Shoot!"

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"This injustice is not the case of a few bad cops, but a completely broken police system that disproportionately kills African Americans and Latinos," Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chair Rep. Joaquin Castro shared.

Brazil has now overtaken France and has world’s 4th highest Covid death toll, after another 956 recorded deaths today. The president popped out for a snack and posed for some selfies.

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Trump justice department forces out top FBI lawyer in Flynn case – report

Bus drivers in New York and Minneapolis have been refusing to drive for police forces in solidarity with people protesting the killing of #GeorgeFloyd  and victims of police violence.

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