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· The Congresswoman Pepper-Sprayed by Police →
To some I had self-identified myself and said, “I’m here to protest and to be helpful to the protesters, but not to incite a riot.” I have no idea if the officer [who sprayed the crowd] knew who I was or not, and in some ways, it really shouldn’t matter.
· George Floyd riots LIVE updates: Minneapolis National Guard deployed as police officer charged with murder →
A man holds a Black Lives Matter sign as a police car burns during a protest on May 29 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The New York Times
· Anti-Lockdown Rebels Don’t Get to Choose Their Own Constitution →
Nor does it matter whether the fantasy they were playing out was Lexington and Concord or the Wild West.
· AIPAC conference in March 2021 canceled due to coronavirus →
Why it matters: The cancellation of the event, set to take a place a full year after the pandemic was declared, illustrates the long-lasting effects COVID-19 could have on large gatherings.
· AOC slams Bill de Blasio for 'unacceptable' comments after mayor says police showed 'tremendous restraint' amid protests →
No matter who does it, no matter why.”
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing →
No matter how well-practiced you are at sitting on a couch and staring at a screen, you’re not doing it with the same level of comfort that you had before.
The China Post
· Sancho leads ‘Justice for George Floyd’ protests in Germany →
It evoked memories of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the American national anthem before games to protest police brutality and racial inequality amid the Black Lives Matter movement.
· Scott Gottlieb: "This is not the time to be pulling out of the WHO" →
Why it matters: Gottlieb said Trump's decision to cut off the United States' relationship with the WHO will impact international responses not only to the coronavirus pandemic, but also to diseases like polio.
· Trump envisioned 'American carnage.' Now, he's got it. →
Larry Hogan, a Republican who has criticized Trump over the federal response to coronavirus and other matters, said the president's reaction to the protests has been counterproductive.
· Cuomo asks New York attorney general to review police conduct during protests →
Why it matters: Several videos of protests over the weekend showed NYPD officers pushing protestors, driving SUVs through crowds and more.