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Is Kyle Rittenhouse's Race Described Differently in Separate Court Records?

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Law enforcement officers often make subjective judgements regarding suspects' racial identities.

Right-wing coffee companies want to make coffee great again

Right-wing coffee companies want to make coffee great again
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Conservative Grounds in Florida appeals to coffee-drinking Trump fans.
Cliff Gephart doesn’t drink coffee, but he didn’t let that stop him from opening Conservative Grounds last year. You can find his first coffee shop at the end of a Tampa Bay area strip mall, across the parking lot from an Arby’s. The store’s decal lays out the offerings inside: “COFFEE, DONUTS, PASTRIES,” and of course, “PATRIOTISM”; The slogan underneath the logo reads, “The
The interior looks surprisingly cozy; Conservative Grounds has a homey blackboard menu, a smattering of wooden supper chairs, and an overflowing bounty of MAGA merch. Presidential portraits of both Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan gaze over from the rightmost wall, and cardboard standees of the most recent former First Couple beckon toward a selfie-ready re-creation of the Oval Office in the back. Donald Trump Jr. even paid the store a visit and recorded a video that now rests on the Conservative Grounds website. “They’re playing Fox News instead of the Communist News Network,” he says, to a flicker of laughter, gesturing to a television near the bar.

High Court Gun Case Has Implications For Police Violence

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Christopher Wright Durocher | May 2, 2021, 8:02 PM EDT
Christopher Wright DurocherLast week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that could gut many existing laws that impose limits on carrying handguns in public.[1]
In New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Corlett, the court will decide whether New York state violated the petitioners' Second Amendment rights when it denied their applications for concealed-carry licenses. While seemingly unrelated, a decision by the court that weakens gun regulations could mix with the court's existing precedents regarding police use of force to form a particularly lethal cocktail for police violence against Black people.

Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake suspended for 3 days after weapon is stolen

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Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake suspended for 3 days after weapon is stolen
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Jacob Blake’s family, activists demand Officer Sheskey be fired
Demonstrators, including members of the Blake family, took to the streets of Kenosha on Monday to demand the officer who shot Jacob Blake lose his job.
KENOSHA, Wisconsin - The white police officer who shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin last summer was suspended for three days this year because his service weapon was stolen just weeks after the
Kenosha police told the TV station that
Officer Rusten Sheskey reported on Sept. 15 that his Glock 17 service weapon had been stolen that day, apparently from inside his girlfriend's car.

Reporter Swarmed By Fake Police At Arizona Fake Audit

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CNN's Kyung Lah was initially allowed into parking lot for this phony audit, but was met by phony police telling her she was "trespassing."

Why they're not saying Ma'Khia Bryant's name

Why they’re not saying Ma’Khia Bryant’s name
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A funeral service is held for 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant at the First Church of God on April 30, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. Bryant was shot and killed on April 20 by a Columbus police officer answering a domestic dispute call.
After watching 15 seconds of police body camera footage last week, viewers of various races and political affiliations had made a decision: 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant was “the aggressor” — the “fat,” “huge,” “knife-wielding attacker” and “maniac” who deserved to be fatally shot by the police on April 20 in Columbus, Ohio.

The Ma'Khia Bryant shooting and Black girls' invisible fight against police violence

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A funeral service is held for 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant at the First Church of God on April 30, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. Bryant was shot and killed on April 20 by a Columbus police officer answering a domestic dispute call.
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After watching 15 seconds of police body camera footage last week, viewers of various races and political affiliations had made a decision: 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant was “the aggressor” — the “fat,” “huge,” “knife-wielding attacker” and “maniac” who deserved to be fatally shot by the police on April 20 in Columbus, Ohio.
According to these viewers, Nicholas Reardon, the police officer who immediately shot and killed Bryant, who was holding a knife, was justified. That she was a teenager in the middle of an altercation, in which she was presumed to be defending herself, did not matter.

Donations flood in to support police officer fired for $25 contribution to Kyle Rittenhouse defense fund

More than 1,500 people donated to a fundraiser for a police officer who was fired for contributing to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund.

Virginia officer fired after donating to Kyle Rittenhouse draws thousands in donations from Christian site

Virginia officer fired after donating to Kyle Rittenhouse draws thousands in donations from Christian site
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Virginia officer fired after donating to Kyle Rittenhouse draws thousands in donations from Christian site
A former Virginia police officer who was fired after donating to a legal defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse and expressing support for his actions has since drawn thousands in donations from supporters through a Christian crowdfunding site.
So far, a fundraiser set up through GiveSendGo has raised more than $46,000 for the former officer, William Kelly, with a goal of $50,000 in total.
The news comes a week after Kelly was fired from his job following reports of a data breach involving the same site that revealed the email addresses of donors who contributed to a legal defense fund for Rittenhouse.

A Christian crowdfunding site raised more than $47,000 for a cop fired for donating to shooter Kyle Rittenhouse

A Christian crowdfunding site raised more than $47,000 for a cop fired for donating to shooter Kyle Rittenhouse
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A Christian crowdfunding site raised more than $47,000 for a cop fired for donating to shooter Kyle Rittenhouse
A Christian site has come out in support of a cop fired for donating to Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse.
The fundraiser - which has a $50,000 goal - collected over $47,000 for former officer William Kelly.
Rittenhouse is facing homicide charges for fatally shooting two Black Lives Matter demonstrators.
A Christian fundraiser has collected over $47,000 in funds for the Virginia cop fired for donating to Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense fund.

In wake of Wisconsin's racial justice protests, curfew tickets raise equity and speech questions

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Jared Cain, a special education teacher and media entrepreneur, is seen near the intersection of West Center Street and North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Milwaukee on March 11, 2021. That’s where he filmed and livestreamed a video showing protests against the police killing of George Floyd and property damage just after midnight on June 1, 2020. Police later cited the video as proof that he was in public after a 9 p.m. curfew kicked in — part of an emergency order aimed at curbing unrest. The ticket was later dismissed. “To me it’s just systematic racism, and something has got to change,” Cain said of Milwaukee’s curfew enforcement. (Coburn Dukehart / Wisconsin Watch)

"Progress for People of Color Doesn't Come at White Folks' Expense"

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A conversation with Heather McGhee about the zero-sum thinking that has long dominated American attitudes to race and wealth—and how to organize to secure public goods for everyone.
In this interview, Archon Fung speaks with Heather McGhee about her new book, 
The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. Heather is a public intellectual, policy analyst, and political advocate who works on solutions to inequality. She is the former president of the think tank Demos and currently chairs the board of Color of Change. 
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Archon Fung: Heather, your new book has been getting a huge amount of well-deserved attention. Out of its many contributions, two struck me as especially important. First, I think you really effectively talked about racial injustice and inequality at the same time. I know a lot of people have been trying to do that, including myself, but it’s so hard for us to avoid this mental habit of either saying, “It’s race that’s doing the work,” or “No, it’s class that’s really doing the work.” Many people I talk to think that the fundamental social problem in the United States is racial injustice. Others think that the fundamental problem is class and that if we could just tackle economic inequality, racial justice would take care of itself. That you speak to both is huge. Second, I think that a lot of us have a very negative and critical perspective these days, but when I read your book, I feel very hopeful. You offer a really compelling vision of the great good that would come if we could only get, as you call it, the solidarity dividend. We’d get the solidarity dividend if we could overcome our zero-sum thinking about race and economy. Am I reading your book correctly? Are these two of your big ideas that you want to get across to folks?

These key similarities between Lenin's red terror and America's woke culture reveal Left's blueprint for complete takeover

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(Natural News)
Thursday marked the 151st birthday of the most successful revolutionary of all time, Vladimir Lenin. With only a tiny cabal of diehard followers, Lenin seized control of the world’s largest country and inaugurated a reign of darkness and terror that lasted seventy years.
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There are many lessons to draw from the blood-soaked life of Lenin. But one of the most important is this takeaway for the terrifying “woke” moment America is living through right now. 
Things are not going to naturally get better. Things will not organically “calm down.” Until there is a fundamental reset of America’s treasonous leadership class, today’s unthinkable witch hunt is merely a prelude of an even darker globalist terror to come.

Mitchell Chapman: Chauvin trial verdict welcome, but we cannot get complacent

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PITTSFIELD — Last week, Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, and the nation breathed a collective sigh of relief.
While injustice still exists between minorities and the police, during this one case, where video evidence was collected in broad daylight and the nation erupted into protest as a result, a police officer was held accountable for breaking the law.
A few news outlets read the initial police report documenting Floyd’s killing, and for good reason; had there not been public outrage and video evidence, it’s very likely Chauvin would not have been held accountable. The report is titled “Man Dies After Medical Incident During Police Interaction,” and greatly obscures the truth of what happened between Chauvin and Floyd, even going so far as to falsely claim that he was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center and died shortly after, when in reality, Floyd never made it to the hospital alive; he died in police custody as a direct result of Chauvin kneeling on his neck.

Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the Shooting of Jacob Blake: A Case Study in Property Over People

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Part of a Justice for Jacob event, organized by the family of Jacob Blake, in September 2020. (Photo by Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association (MTEA) / CC BY-NC 2.0)
Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a mid-size city on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan, halfway between Chicago and Milwaukee. Previously little known outside of the Midwest, Kenosha burst into the national consciousness in August 2020, when Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, was shot in the back seven times by a police officer. Yet Kenosha was a tinderbox ready to blow. Many small municipalities are just like it. Last August, Blake’s shooting, coming several weeks after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, also at the hands of the police, sparked days of protests and unrest. It was a cycle that had already occurred in the streets of many cities, as the Black Lives Matter movement mobilized public protest of several high-profile killings of unarmed Black Americans by police officers in 2020. The Kenosha protests took a dramatic turn on the third night of protests when a 17-year-old white vigilante crossed the state line from Illinois and murdered two protestors and wounded another.

COLUMN: Societal dehumanization of people of color is deadly

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Nadia Hernandez, Opinions Editor|April 25, 2021
Protesters march near Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s home in Logan Square to protest the fatal shooting by Chicago police of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, Friday, April 16, 2021. Video of last month’s encounter was released Thursday and provoked an outpouring of grief and outrage. (Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP)
Our racist, white supremacist society has dehumanized people of color to a fatal point. When America sees police brutality towards BIPOC communities, they respond by trying to justify why the victim deserves it rather than scrutinize or condemn the officer’s actions. 
After body cam footage of the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo was released last week, many saw the child as a deadly threat. How could we be so cruel to view a child as more lethal than our societal and legal systems? 

The Backlash to Derek Chauvin's Conviction Is Already Here

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A few hours after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of the murder of George Floyd, Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened his nightly white-power hour with a typically misinformation-filled rant about the decision.
“The jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial came to a unanimous and unequivocal verdict this afternoon: ‘Please don’t hurt us,’” Carlson said. “Everyone understood perfectly well the consequences of an acquittal in this case. After nearly a year of burning and looting and murder by BLM, that was never in doubt.”

Ben Winslow, Jason Nguyen are among the latest to back away from social media's spiral of hate.

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| Updated: 1:26 p.m.
Last week, my friend Ben Winslow made a surprising announcement.
The Fox 13 journalist and unofficial Mr. Utah Twitter — with nearly 49,000 followers and 220,000 posts — announced he was “stepping back” from the platform. The toxicity in the Twittersphere had just become too much.
“To be clear: I did not quit Twitter,” he told me, “but I’m trying to figure out how to set healthy boundaries. For me it was just when you start to dread opening an app because [you think] ‘How bad is this going to be?’ you have to start rethinking your priorities.”
Winslow said he’d just had enough of the rage-tweeting about his reporting, low key threats, even sexual solicitation.

Tucker Carlson Mocked Milk's Murder; Oscars Winners And Moments; West Side Story; Pose; Halston; Eric Andre F'd With; Supergirl; Visible 100: HOT LINKS Blow Out

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The Oscar Moment goes to Glenn Close.
8 time nominee, won tonight for blowing everyone away with her knowledge of Go-Go, DC Music branch in the last century and dancing to DaButt
The DMV contingent hereby grants Glen Close a permanent place of high regard in Washington D.C.! Now, please pass the Mumbo sauce!— Christopher Drayton (@InnerAIM) April 26, 2021
GLEN CLOSE LET’S GOOOO! 😂 This is the content I’ve waited hours for. #Oscars
If not now, when is the good time to raise wages. People are working hard; are forced to be more and more productive, have been given the smallest bit of leverage with wage support and unemployment, have just wiped out savings in some cases, and they just don’t want to take dangerous front line jobs for money that keeps them below poverty. Forced poverty while fortunes multiplied in pandemic is not the solution to income inequality.

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