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Ronald Scott, a central neighborhood resident for more than 10 years, takes a photo of the memorial mural over flowers and banners laid in the memory of George Floyd outside of Cup Foods on May 29, 2020, during the fourth day of protests over his death in Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States. Floyd, 46, a black man, was killed Monday when a white officer kneeled on his neck, despite Floyd's repeated pleas of "I can't breathe." (Photo: Steel Brooks/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Instead of calls for things to simply calm down and "go back to normal," said New York Congresswoman, "let's create a new world—one where all people are held to the same standard of the rule of law."
Jon Queally, staff writer
Protesters set a police vehicle on fire during a protest following the death of George Floyd outside of the CNN Center next to Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States on May 29, 2020. It was announced Friday that Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer caught on camera with his knee on Floydâs neck, has been arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. (Photo: Ben Hendren/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
"I thank God people are in the streets," said the Harvard philosopher and...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Secret Service police officers push back demonstrators outside the White House on May 30, 2020 in Washington DC, during a protest over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes. - Demonstrations are being held across the US after George Floyd died in police custody on May 25. (Photo by Jose Luis Magana / AFP) (Photo by JOSE LUIS MAGANA/AFP via Getty Images)
"I call upon our city and our nation to exercise great restraint even while...

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As an impeached dumpster fire raves - Twitter was mean to him! Masks mean "social control"! - his abysmal failures have seen us not just hit the grisly milestone of 100,000 deaths but soar right past it: Thursday's toll was 102,794 and rising fast. In response, the Lincoln Project's harrowing new ad savages his "great job" claims with fast-accruing body bags, a chilling echo-chamber of his predicted "close to zero" deaths, and an urgent message: “100,000 dead Americans. One wrong president.”

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