A New York Times investigation shows that Philadelphia police lied about why they used tear gas and trapped protesters.
With the Tulsa Trump rally shaping up to have a rousing crowd, a country divided and in tatters, Donald Trump picked up his phone and tapped out a threat to the entire nation.
Fox & Friends weekend co-host Pete Hegseth pushes to have the National Guard sent into Seattle and compares it to forcing a kid you caught smoking cigarettes to smoke an entire pack to teach them a lesson.
Attorney General William Barr on Sunday insisted that federal forces did not technically use "tear gas" on protesters outside the White House because pepper spray is not a "chemical irritant."
White House economic adviser Peter Navarro said on Sunday that looters and rioters are "bad hombres" and "a pack of animals."
Sheriff Rochelle Bilal has advice for cops who, as Joy Reid describes, react defensively rather than reflectively to the protests over George Floyd and the centuries of police brutality. (Warning: Video begins with graphic police violence.)
Rep. Thomas Massie, who represents the state ranking 45th in education, and 47th in poverty calls those protesting the murder of George Floyd "inarticulate" and "criminals."
Fox's Griff Jenkins lies about tear gas being used on D.C. protesters to clear the way for Trump's photo op at St. John’s Church. While technically, the chemical used may have a different name, the symptoms and health risks to the public are the same.
Rachel Campos-Duffy blames protestors against ICE for helping drug cartels and sex traffickers. Trump's missing migrant children are not being saved from sex trafficking by ICE, Rachel.
Demonstrators in New Orleans chanted “lock him up” on Monday outside of the New Orleans Convention Center as President Donald Trump was speaking inside.
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