It’s unclear who heard the warnings and was invited to the call, which was hosted by the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and closed to the press.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner has announced felony charges against Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the homeowners who threatened anti-police violence marchers with a handgun and a rifle as the marchers passed by their St. Louis mansion in late June.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey were dubbed 'Ken and Karen' after they rushed to defend their property with guns drawn against peaceful protesters.
Patricia and Mark McCloskey are one AR-15 lighter today, thanks to a search warrant executed last night. The police took the rifle, and the couple claims their (former) attorney has the pistol the couple used to point at BLM protesters last month.
When the couple saw black protesters in their upscale neighborhood they pulled out their guns.
Scared racists pull out their guns when they see a large number of Black people marching to the mayor's home to demand her resignation.
Video Shows White Woman Attempting To Block Black Man From Entering His St. Louis Apartment Building
D'Arreion Nuriyah Toles was blocked from entering his St. Louis, Missouri, apartment by a white woman, who repeatedly questioned if he lived there. Toles captured the encounter on video. Since the video’s release, the woman has been fired from her job. (NBC)
Hillary Brooke Mueller called the cops on D'Arreion Toles even after he used his keys to open his own apartment.
Jason Stockley was found not guilty after a bench trial
Joy Ann Reid and the MSNBC panel point out that arresting political opponents is something Amnesty International investigates.
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