Senator Josh Hawley is submitting a request to the Justice Department to start a civil rights investigation into the St. Louis district attorney seeking to indict the infamous couple who drew guns on the Black Lives Matter agitators who broke into their private neighborhood and allegedly threatened them on their property.
Maybe it’s a sign we need to MAGA — Make the Army Great Again — but a diversity-oriented handout issued by that military branch actually listed President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan as a possible sign of white supremacist tendencies. The Army said in a statement last Wednesday that the July 6 material, provided to troops and contractors at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, was issued in error and that it’s investigating the matter. Of course, this doesn’t explain why such a handout was created in the first place.
Stacey Abrams, the former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives and failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate, says the U.S. Constitution is to blame for the beginning of “the practice of voter suppression.” Her comments come as the Left in America continues to push for universal mail-in voting for the 2020 election despite concerns of voter fraud.
Following the riots that saw more than 200 cities across all 50 states burned and looted in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, it is now being reported that federal law-enforcement officials are investigating whether Antifa provided a coordinated command and control over the violence.
Two undercover video reports from Project Veritas reveal the “violent nature” of Antifa, the armed and dangerous communist group that Attorney General William Barr has accused of “domestic terrorism.” Though PV recorded two meetings at which “instructors” described the violence and mayhem that members should inflict upon opponents, Antifa’s violent terror tactics are well known and have ended in criminal charges in the past.