George Floyd


Minneapolis police to worried business owners: 'Reinforcements aren't coming any time soon'

"I think the only plan city leadership has is to further decimate its police department," said the Police Union President, Lt. Bob Kroll.

Angelo Isidorou

'George Floyd Autonomous Zone' blocked emergency response to brutal assault: police

Minneapolis claimed that an emergency vehicle’s entrance into the autonomous zone was badly delayed due to an improvised blockade.

James Anthony

Kamala Harris promoted fund that bailed out alleged child rapist and many other violent criminals

A bail fund publicly supported by Sen. Kamala Harris helped a man accused of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old get out of jail; a second man who assaulted a 71-year-old woman and burglarized her home; and a third man who allegedly stomped on the victim's head before robbing them.

Collin Jones

School assignment compares police to KKK and slave owners—the community fights back

A school district in a Dallas suburb came under fire for distributing a lesson to eighth graders that equated slave owners and the KKK to 21st century American police officers.

Libby Emmons

Bodycam footage shows George Floyd ingesting fatal amount of drugs, cop's lawyers claim

The defense attorney for the Minneapolis police officer who has been charged with the murder of George Floyd claims that Floyd was the "victim of a careless overdose" rather than homicide.

Collin Jones

WATCH: Ann Dorn eloquently speaks truth to power about BLM violence

"Violence and destruction are not legitimate forms of protest. They do not safeguard black lives. They only destroy them," Ann Dorn said.

Libby Emmons

Medical examiner believes George Floyd's fentanyl level was at a 'fatal level'

New exhibits filed in the George Floyd case against four former Minneapolis Police officers suggest that the Hennepin County Medical Examiner found a "fatal level" of fentanyl in Floyd's system.

Mia Cathell

Attorney for ex-Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death says Floyd 'overdosed on fentanyl' and charges should be dropped

The attorney for one of the four fired Minneapolis police officers charged in the George Floyd case argues that charges should be dropped against his client, alleging that Floyd overdosed on fentanyl while resisting arrest and contributed to his own death.

Mia Cathell

Bodycam footage of George Floyd's arrest released online

British newspaper the Daily Mail has published "leaked" police officers' bodycam videos of George Floyd's arrest and death.

Barrett Wilson

BLM activists' 'extortion' attempt of local restaurants backfires as Cuban owners fight back

In Louisville, KY, a Cuban restauranteur reported that his business was targeted by BLM with "mafia tactics" and threats as a tool of intimidation.

Libby Emmons

Crime skyrockets in Minneapolis as police publish letter offering advice on how to avoid getting robbed, carjacked

The Minneapolis police department has told residents of the 3rd Precinct how to protect themselves after reports of increasing crime—and it isn't calling the police.

Libby Emmons

Austin shooter comes forward, claiming self-defence

Daniel Perry has come forward claiming to be the person who shot Garrett Foster, the armed activist who was protesting in Austin.

James Anthony

Nightly violence rages at site of George Floyd's death

The site where George Floyd died at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer has become a hotbed of crime and violence, and a danger for local residents.

James Anthony

The left has abandoned class concerns in favour of race essentialism

Recent left social and political analyses have foregone historical materialism for a political interpretation that relies upon a tacit form of emotional blackmail to produce consensus surrounding identity politics.

Julian Vigo

Media marvels at Texas coronavirus surge—conveniently forgets protests, George Floyd funeral

Hardly any news outlet has reported with temerity one of the most obvious links to the spike because it simply wouldn’t be politically correct to do so.

Nicole Russell