He continued, “A police officer and a law enforcement officer was savagely, brutally hurting this man, and eventually killing him. The only thing I can think of that even compares is 1968, the Vietnam War in full force, the Americans being killed and protesters being shot and killed in college campuses. And then the Democratic convention in Chicago with the antiwar protesters and police hitting them in the streets, a lot of those protesters were breaking the law themselves and being very violent. Those were the times where you sort of wondered is the center going to hold? Are we going to stay together as a society?” … [Read more...] about FNC’s Chris Wallace: Video of Floyd Killing ‘May Be the Ugliest We Have Ever Seen’
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At least, until Tuesday. Some of the clouds finally parted when CU chancellor Phil DiStefano announced that on-campus learning will return in August, clearing a major hurdle for football to do the same. And again when DiStefano and his Pac-12 peers voted to allow voluntary, in-person workouts on conference campuses starting June 15. … [Read more...] about Keeler: Karl Dorrell deserves “a bit of a pass” from CU Buffs fans this fall, ESPN’s Chris Fowler says
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace joined the "Fox News Rundown" podcast Friday to discuss President Trump's feud with Twitter, saying the social media giant may have taken the wrong step by "fact-checking" the president's claims about mail-in voting. … [Read more...] about Chris Wallace: Twitter going down a dangerous ‘slope’ with Trump fact-checking
“Journalists are not above being questioned themselves,” she said. “Journalism is a great and noble profession but there’s been a dearth of journalists asking the real questions for President Obama, the criminal leak of Michael Flynn’s identity, who leaked that identity, the dossier used to launch a three year investigation into this president to spy on his campaign why aren’t those questions being asked?” … [Read more...] about ‘Journalists Are Not Above Being Questioned’: Kayleigh McEnany Fires Back At Chris Wallace
Derek Chauvin, the officer who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck as he begged for air, and three other Minneapolis officers involved were fired. The incident sparked nationwide condemnation from people of all political stripes, violent protests and looting in Minneapolis, led the University of Minnesota to sever its relationship with the Minneapolis Police Department and induced Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., the area's local congresswoman, to call for murder charges for Chauvin. … [Read more...] about Sen. Chris Coons on George Floyd case: Why is it taking so long to charge Minneapolis officer?