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Protests erupt in Minnesota following fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright
Protesters and police clashed for a second night Monday outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department after the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop.
Police said at an early morning press conference that 40 people had been arrested.
Authorities fired tear gas and flash-bang grenades into the crowd and some protesters lobbed smoke canisters back at police. Some protesters launched fireworks, according to reports. Looters also broke into a Dollar Tree store at a strip mall near the police station.
Police had put up a fence and concrete barricades around the building’s perimeter. It was surrounded by local police, as well as, Minnesota National Guard and Minnesota State Patrol officers, the Star Tribune reported.
Law enforcement issued dispersal orders to the crowd after 7:30 p.m. local time. Authorities warned that crowd that curfew violations are misdemeanor charges for anyone arrested.
Officers started making arrests shortly after 9 p.m., according to the Minnesota Operation Safety Net Twitter account. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON OUR TOP STORY.
In other developments:
– Minnesota police arrest 40 during another night of unrest after Daunte Wright shooting
– Daunte Wright shooting: Brooklyn Center city manager fired after call for due process for police officer
– Man urges press to leave Minnesota with expletive-laced rant to CNN reporter amid Brooklyn Center unrest
– Harris comments on Daunte Wright shooting, says family deserves answers
– Reporters scold Minnesota police chief for describing unrest after Daunte Wright shooting as ‘riot’
– Minnesota officer who shot Daunte Wright should have known difference between Taser, gun: Ted Williams
California students speak out after teacher caught berating them in leaked Zoom: ‘She called me a moron’
EXCLUSIVE: Several California high school students broke their silence on Monday after a video of their teacher berating them during two separate virtual learning sessions went viral over the weekend.
In a video obtained by Fox News, San Marcos High School teacher Alissa Piro can be heard raising her voice at a virtual classroom of juniors, daring their parents to “come at me” over their collective push to end remote learning and return to in-person instruction full time. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– California mom reacts to ‘shocking’ leaked Zoom video of teacher berating students over in-person learning
– CA teacher caught berating students in leaked Zoom over push for in-person learning: ‘Come at me’
– Cornell faculty approves resolution removing race from crime alerts
– ‘Tiger Mom’ Amy Chua denies allegations of inappropriate parties, slams disrespect and lack of due process
Pelosi blasts AOC, Squad members in new book: ‘You’re not a one-person show’: report
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has some humbling words for U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and other members of the so-called “Squad,” according to details from a forthcoming book.
According to excerpts of the book written by award-winning journalist Susan Page, Pelosi adopted a “child-like tone” when discussing Ocasio-Cortez and gave the following advice to members of the Squad:
“You’re not a one-person show. This is the Congress of the United States,” Axios reported.
An excerpt from the book published by USA Today – where Page serves as chief of the Washington bureau – recounts an interview Page conducted with Pelosi in July 2019, after her dispute with the Squad had “exploded.”
“Her anger at the four new progressive congresswomen was palpable,” Page wrote. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– Squad member calls for end of US policing, which she says is ‘intentionally racist’
– Ilhan Omar says violence is ‘basic part of police interactions’ with minorities
– ‘Squad’ member Ayanna Pressley: You ‘can’t be anti-racist’ if you don’t want to cancel student debt
– Pelosi gets ‘sharp’ when asked about AOC during ’60 Minutes’ interview
– Knoxville high school student killed after firing gun at an officer
– Tucker Carlson: The truth about demographic change and why Democrats want it
– Nikki Haley says she won’t run against Trump if he mounts presidential bid in 2024
– ’60 Minutes’ panned for segment using viewer mail to justify DeSantis report: ‘This is embarrassing’
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SOME PARTING WORDS
Newt Gingrich, the former House Speaker joined Sean Hannity on “Hannity” Monday night and gave his reactions to the unrest in Minnesota and warned against taking resources away from law enforcement.
“The danger we’ve got,” Gingrich said, “which we’ve had before – the Black Panther movement we had in the late 1960s, for example – engaged in fairly large-scale rioting, 2,500 bombs, that went off in 1969 and 1970, there were riots in an amazing number of cities in the 1960s and part of what you seem to have here is society can’t yet decide whether or not it favors law and order in the classic sense.”
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