Protestors advocating for justice after a white cop kneeled on the neck of an unarmed Black man for more than eight minutes have been met with unreasonable force. Many of them are taking to the streets in memory of George Floyd, the man who died in police custody last Monday, have been ironically and ruthlessly targeted by law enforcement with tear gas and rubber bullets. In part responding to violence distracting from the protest movement, more than 17,000 National Guard members have been...
"I will override the governors," the president threatened. [ more › ]
More than 17,000 National Guard members are supporting the protest unrest response, which represents approximately the same number of active duty troops deployed in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan
Withdrawal is a duty, not an impulse. The president should ignore the national security establishment.
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