May 28, 2020 Archives

May 28, 2020 Archives

Tucker Carlson: Mail-In Ballot Harvesting Is Ripe With Voter Fraud

'Tucker Carlson Tonight' investigates new calls for mail-in voting and how it will effect the 2020 election. TUCKER CARLSON: A lot of people in this country have been suffering through this pandemic but many of our most ambitious politicians have treated the disaster as a massive opportunity. A chance to implement their entire ag

The Tragic Death of George Floyd And Trump's New War Against Twitter

Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan and Washington Bureau Chief Carl Cannon discuss protests surrounding the death of George Floyd, and President Trump's executive order to regulate social media.

As Police Station Burns, Rioters Loot Liquor Store: "It's A Party!" "Happy Riot!"

This video was recorded Thursday night during protests which culminated in the burning of a police precinct headquarters in Minneapolis.



MSNBC's Velshi Downplays Riot In Front Of Burning Building: "Mostly A Protest," "Not Generally Unruly"

MSNBC's Ali Velshi reported on the ground during the riots in Minneapolis which resulted in the burning of a police precinct headquarters and several other buildings on Thursday night.

Trump on George Floyd: I Feel Very, Very Badly; That Was A Shocking Sight And I Didn't Like It

President Donald Trump weighed in on the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis at a media availability on Wednesday. REPORTER: Have you spoken to the family of George Floyd yet? PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: No, I haven't but I feel very, very badly. That is a very shocking sight. Bill and I were talking a

Van Jones On George Floyd Riots: "I Have Not Seen Black People This Upset In 20 Years"

JAKE TAPPER, CNN HOST: Van, the Minneapolis Police Department has been the subject of frequent complaints about excessive force. You heard Laura mention some of the more notorious incidents. Derek Chauvin, the officer who put his knee on Floyd, had 18 complaints against him, only two of which merited disciplinary action. He's been fired, Chau



Don Lemon: No One Wants To Hear From Trump on George Floyd, He's "Contributing To Situations Like This"

CNN host Don Lemon delivered commentary on George Floyd on Wednesday and said nobody wants to hear from President Trump or Attorney General Bill Barr unless they admit they "understand the mistakes" they made with African-Americans." Lemon said while he understands the "anger" in rioting he does not condone the actions of those who destroy property

Trump vs. Reporter on Deleting Twitter Account: I Would If You Weren't Fake, I Use It To "Refute Fake News"

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday the signing of an executive order to "protect and uphold the free speech and rights of the American people" at a media availability focused on social media. Trump said he will not allow American people to be "bullied" by giant social media corporations. The president was asked by a reporter if he would

Raw Video: Dozens Of Rioters Capture, Loot, Set Fire To Minneapolis Police Station At Center Of George Floyd Killing

YouTuber "Unicorn Riot" was streaming live as protesters seeking justice for the killing of George Floyd attacked, besieged, and captured the Minneapolis police station where the officers responsible for his death were based around 10:00 p.m. local time on Thursday. They tried to set fires and broke whatever they could find. Several other buildi



Rep. Maxine Waters Says Cop Who Killed George Floyd "Enjoyed" It

Rep. Maxine Waters told TMZ that the officer who kneeled on George Floyd's neck until he stopped breathing this week in Minneapolis knew exactly what he was doing and "enjoyed" it. "Some of these officers leave home thinking, 'I'm gonna get one today!' And I think this is his one he got today," she said. Waters also suggested that President

George Floyd's Brother: Justice Means These Cops Get Arrested, Convicted Of Murder, Executed

Philonise Floyd, George Floyd's brother, said Thursday he wants the police officers involved in his brother’s death to be executed for murder. "People are torn and hurt because they're tired of seeing black men die constantly, over and over again," Floyd told CNN Thursday morning. "They took my brother's life. He will never get that back.

John James: Whitmer's Nursing Home Disaster in Michigan

John James, a Republican candidate for Senate in Michigan, joins "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to talk about a case of elder abuse filmed at a Michigan nursing home. TUCKER CARLSON: Mr. James, thanks so much for coming on. So, I can't imagine how a clearly unbalanced 20-year-old who tested positive for the coronavirus wound up in a nursi



Rep. Ilhan Omar: "No Way To Justify" Police's "Extreme Aggression" Towards Protesters

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-MN, said that there was "no way to justify" the police response to protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. She compares the use of tear gas on these protesters to the way armed anti-lockdown protesters have been treated in recent weeks. Shooting rubber bu

Wednesday Night: Riots, Looting, Arson At Protest Over George Floyd’s Death In Minneapolis

Star Tribune crime reporter Libor Janey was on the scene Wednesday evening and Thursday morning in Minneapolis, where protests against the police killing of a black man overflowed into violence, riots, looting, and fire starting. One man was reportedly shot and killed while attempting to loot a pawn shop.

Tucker Carlson Hits Govs. Whitmer and Cuomo For Hypocrisy: "Lockdown For Thee, But Not For Me"

Tucker Carlson delivered a monologue Wednesday night on how the families of Governors Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) and Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) are not living by the standards set by the leaders. TUCKER CARLSON: America's political leaders continue in many places to impose lockdowns, some extreme on the public well after, long after scientific

Trump Signs Social Media Exec Order: I Will Not Allow Americans To Be Bullied By These Companies

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday the signing of an executive order to "protect and uphold the free speech and rights of the American people" at a media availability focused on social media. Trump said he will not allow American people to be "bullied" by giant social media corporations. "I'm directing my administration to develop polici

Looters In Minneapolis Ransack Target, Burn Down Wendy's

Independent journalist Andy Ngo reports on riots Wednesday night in Minneapolis over the police killing an unarmed black man. Someone recorded video of himself looting what remained in the Target pharmacy in Minneapolis. A person is recorded using a hammer to try and break into the safe.

During Minneapolis Riot, Boy Who Says He's 13 Drove Car Into Store: "You Know How To Put It In Reverse?"

Independent journalist Andy Ngo covers riots Wednesday night in Minneapolis in response to the police killing an unarmed black man. Ngo said police seemed to be giving people "space" to riot and loot all night, which gave this youngster the chance for a joyride. "You know how to put it in reverse?" he asks a passerby with the car sticking out o

Chris Christie: Why Didn't Fellow Officers Intervene In George Floyd's Death?

Former News Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) weighs in on the ongoing calls for arrest of officers involved in George Floyd's death in an interview with FOX News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday. HANNITY: You know, and this is important to note, too -- you have, you know, worked in varying forms of being in charge of law enforcement. And

Zuckerberg: Social Networks Should Not Fact-Check Politicians Or Decide What Is True And False

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin about what he thought of Twitter's move to fact check President Trump's tweets and the role social media platforms play in regulating misinformation online. "Political speech is one of the most sensitive parts in a democracy, and people should be able to see what politicians say,"

RCP Takeaway: The Tragic Death of George Floyd And Trump's New War Against Twitter

Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan and Washington Bureau Chief Carl Cannon discuss protests surrounding the death of George Floyd, and President Trump's executive order to regulate social media.

TYT's Kasparian: The Government Has Failed You Again, DOJ Dropped Senate Insider Trading Probe

THE YOUNG TURKS: The Justice Department is closing investigations into the US senators who dumped stock just before lockdown hit. John Iadarola and Ana Kasparian discuss on The Young Turks

S.E. Cupp: Trump Is Melting Down On His Favorite Platform

CNN's SE Cupp discusses President Donald Trump's response to Twitter highlighting two of his tweets that falsely claimed mail-in ballots would lead to widespread voter fraud.


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