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  3. Fox News Attorney General William Barr issued a statement Saturday decrying the rioters who have violently hijacked peaceful protests over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. The attorney general made explicit reference to “groups of outside radicals and agitators” who are pursuing a “separate and violent agenda.” Barr added: “In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized and driven by anarchist and far left extremists, using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom travel from out of state to promote the violence.” The mention of Antifa is significant. It is a loosely-knit, interstate movement whose objective is to wage a terrorist war against the United States, using violence against the government and our civilian infrastructure.
  4. The Race Card....Don't Leave Home Without it!
  5. Police departments across the country urge residents not to call 911 to report social distancing violations
  6. Minnesota Gov Is About to Eat His Words on Who Is Really Causing Chaos in the Minneapolis Riots
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  8. Opinion: This is a Result of Democrat Governance
  9. Some Unexpected Voices of Reason Emerge From the Riots While it’s difficult to find much reason for optimism, here are a couple. At the height of the riots so far, rapper Killer Mike stepped up in Atlanta to speak and calm the situation there and nationwide. Rapper Lil Wayne also urged caution and restraint. He added:
  10. Jeffrey Epstein cheated socialite friends, threatened to kill enemies: ‘Filthy Rich’ author That convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein preyed on young women is common knowledge. Less known is that he had a knack for taking advantage of older ones as well. According to John Connolly, the former Vanity Fair journalist and co-author of “Filthy Rich: The Shocking True Story of Jeffrey Epstein,” Johnson & Johnson heiress Libet Johnson — a Manhattan society fixture before her 2017 death at age 66 — lost untold sums to the billionaire, who died in a Manhattan prison cell last year. “She told people that he took her for more money than all of her husbands combined,” Connolly told The Post of Johnson, who wed and divorced five times. “Supposedly he was managing money for her and she lost a ton.”
  11. GOP Sen. Tim Scott calls for the arrest of other officers involved in Floyd death Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) called for the arrest of the three other officers who were involved in the arrest and death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis. “4 days later. Still three arrests to go. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd” Scott tweeted Saturday.
  12. WARNING GRAPHIC: Dallas Protesters Beat Man to Near-Death Outside Store Video: Fayetteville, NC Rioter Accidentally Lights Self on Fire Sheriff: Rioters Slash Police Officer’s Neck in Jacksonville, Florida Law Enforcement Fire Tear Gas, Peppers Spray, Rubber Bullets at White House Protesters Protesters Chant ‘Eat the Rich’ While Marching Through Beverly Hills Watch: Rioter Loots Cheesecake from Cheesecake Factory in Seattle Protesters Set NYPD Cars Ablaze in Union Square Two Pennsylvania Officers Injured During Protests in Harrisburg Watch: Utah Rioters Beat Man Who Confronts Them with Bow and Arrow Video: Rioters Set Fire to Nashville City Hall Amid George Floyd Protest Los Angeles Riots Spread to Fairfax District, Beverly Hills as Officials Impose Curfew Watch: WGN TV Truck Destroyed with ‘Shovels, Bats, Pipes, Bricks’ as Chicago Cops Stand Down Fashion Notes: Rioters Loot $85K Worth of Louis Vuitton Bags in Portland Riots
  13. George Floyd Protests Continue : Total Chaos: Heavy Violence, Looting Everywhere Lockdown: Curfews in Place L.A., Atlanta, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, Philly, More End of Social Distancing Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Brooklyn Burn ’F*ck Capitalism’ National Guard Deployed Many Police Casualties Media Hypes ’Peaceful Protests’!
  14. Biden Campaign Staffers Donate to Group that Pays Bail for Antifa and BLM Rioters in Minneapolis At least thirteen campaign staffers for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden have made donations—possibly in coordination with the campaign—to a group that pays bail fees for Black Lives Matter and antifa agitators in Minneapolis. According to Reuters, the staff members posted on Friday and Saturday that they were donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, a group that opposes the practice of cash bail. From 12:20 a.m. Friday to 11:21 a.m. Saturday, 57 agitators were arrested in Minneapolis, according to Twin Cities.com, and most of them were from Minnesota.
  15. In this video, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley take viewers on a tour of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft that will take them on a 19-hour-journey to their new home in orbit. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A at 3:22 p.m. EDT on May 30. Crew Dragon will perform a series of phasing maneuvers to gradually approach and autonomously dock with the International Space Station on Sunday, May 31, at approximately 10:29 a.m. EDT.
  16. Strategy Page May 30 2020 Jim and Austin explore the challenges facing China as the covid19 virus cools down.
  17. Just The News By a 5-4 ruling, high court concludes California restrictions didn't violate church's rights. John Solomon May 30, 2020 In a rare late-night ruling, the Supreme Court on Friday voted 5-4 to reject an emergency appeal by a church that challenged California Gov. Newsom's limits on attendance at worship services designed to protect against the coronavirus. Chief Justice John Roberts, a conservative, crossed over to join the court's four liberal justices as the deciding vote and to write the majority opinion. Newsom's restrictions permitting churches to operate with 25 percent of seats filled and no more than 100 worshipers at a time are consistent with the First Amendment because they treated other public venues like concerts, movies and sporting events similarly, Roberts wrote. (Snip) You can read the full ruling here.
  18. A list of the buildings damaged, looted in Minneapolis and St. Paul The list will be updated as more reports come in. Adam Uren Updated: May 30, 2020 Original: May 28, 2020
  19. Major highways in and out of Minneapolis, St. Paul to close as safety measure The roadways close at 7 p.m. Saturday. Joe Nelson May 30 2020 (Snip)
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  21. Power Line Paul Mirengoff May 30, 2020 The Department of Justice has filed a statement of interest in a lawsuit filed by seven Michigan businesses challenging restrictions imposed by Governor Whitmer in response to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. The plaintiffs are a real estate brokerage, a lawn and property maintenance company, an automotive glass exporter, an engine oil and auto parts distributor, a small jewelry store, a dental office, and an association of car washes. They brought their federal case in the Western District of Michigan. In its press release, the Justice Department notes that Gov. Whitmer has issued over 100 executive orders. Collectively, says the DOJ, the orders impose sweeping limitations on nearly all aspects of life for citizens of Michigan, and some of them significantly impair citizens’ ability to maintain their economic livelihoods. (Snip) Gov. Whitmer responded to the DOJ’s action not by pointing to any rational basis for the orders at issue, but rather with, in essence, an ad hominem argument. She sniffed: “It is crystal clear that this challenge is coming directly from the White House, which is ignoring the risk of a second wave of the virus and pushing too quickly to roll back public health guidelines.” (Snip)
  22. Tech Crunch Darrell Etherington May 30, 2020 SpaceX made history today, flying NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to space aboard its Crew Dragon spacecraft using a Falcon 9 rocket. The launch, titled ‘Demo-2’, is for the final demonstration mission in the human rating process of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon and Falcon 9, meaning that once this mission is complete, the launch vehicle will finally be certified for operational use for regular transportation of people to space. This was the second attempt, after an initial launch try last Wednesday was scrubbed due to weather conditions. This is the first time ever that humans have been aboard a SpaceX vehicle as it launched. To date, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets have succeeded in delivering multiple cargo payloads to orbit, but Behnken and Hurley are the first people to make the trip with the private spaceflight company. SpaceX also successfully landed its first stage booster from the Falcon 9 used today – which means it will recover the first private spacecraft booster that has ever delivered human astronauts to space. (Snip) _______________________________________________________________ YES!
  23. MN Gov. Walz: We Estimate 80% of the Rioters Are from out of State During a press conference on Saturday, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) stated that the “best estimate” is that 80% of the people rioting in the state are not from Minnesota. Walz said, “I want to just be very clear, as I said earlier in the week, this is not about saying, oh, this isn’t us, it’s everybody from everywhere else. We understand that the catalyst for this was Minnesotans, and Minnesotans’ inability to deal with inequality, inequities, and, quite honestly, the racism that has persisted. I am not denying that. But what we’re at right now — and we’re trying to get numbers on this. And I will try, and what I’m asking the media to help us on, we’re going to start releasing who some of these people are. And they’ll be able to start tracing that history of where they’re at and what they’re doing on the dark web and how they’re organizing. But I’m not trying to say that — I think our best estimate right now that I heard is about 20% is what we think are Minnesotans and about 80% are outside. So, I’m not trying to deflect in any way. I’m not trying to say there aren’t Minnesotans amongst this group.”
  24. Minnesota mayors say those arrested in Friday night riots did not live in area Mayors in Minnesota said everyone arrested in riots on Friday were either not from the state or from their cities. During a Saturday press conference, St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey condemned the nationwide, violent riots occurring since Tuesday in reaction to George Floyd's death but highlighted that those arrested in their respective areas were not residents. "I want to be very, very clear. The people that are doing this are not Minneapolis residents. They are coming in largely from outside of the city, from outside of the region, to prey on everything that we have built over the last several decades," Frey said about arrests made in his city. "This is no longer about verbal expression. This is about violence. And we need to make sure that it stops." "Because we had a relative stillness in St. Paul, we didn't make an enormous number of arrests. But every single person we arrested last night, I'm told, was from out of state," Carter said about violence in his city after a curfew was put into effect.
  25. Minnesota Governor authorizes 'full mobilization' of state's National Guard, says protests no longer about death of George Floyd Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Saturday he has authorized "full mobilization" of the state's National Guard - something that has never been done in the 164-year history of the Minnesota National Guard. Walz, who has been hammered by residents, critics and the press for his response to the crisis in his state, pushed back on the idea that the protests, which have turned increasingly violent, now have anything to do with George Floyd, an unarmed black man in Minneapolis killed while in police custody. "The tactics and the approach that we have taken have evolved and need to evolve the same way, with a sensitivity to the legitimate rage and anger that came after what the world witnessed in the murder of George Floyd and was manifested in a very healthy gathering of community to memorialize that Tuesday night, which was still present to a certain degree on Wednesday," he said, adding, "By Thursday it was nearly gone and last night is a mockery of pretending this is about George Floyd's death or inequities or historical traumas to our communities of color." During his Saturday morning press conference, Walz also thanked first responders "who are out there protecting our cities." "As they were taking incoming fire, improvised explosive devices and a highly evolved and tightly-controlled group of folks bent on adapting their tactics to make it as difficult as possible to maintain that order," he said.
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