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House Democrats will introduce new policing legislation next week ahead of Wednesday's hearing ABC
VOA VIEW: Dems are shamelessly using Folyd's brother.
Attorney General William Barr says law enforcement officers were already moving to push back protesters from a park in front of the White House when he arrived there Monday evening, and he says he did not give a command to disperse the crowd ABC
A stronger than expected strong jobs report could delay action in Congress on a new coronavirus aid bill ABC

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The U.S. Digital Service is a little-known government program, but has been a crucial tool in the country's COVID-19 response. Created under President Obama and embraced by the Trump administration, the service has embedded experts in technology throughout federal agencies. Major Garrett got a rare look at how the program works. CBS
The storm is expected to slowly strengthen until it makes landfall, expected Sunday night along the U.S. Gulf Coast. CBS
Mark Zuckerberg on Friday responded to Facebook employees who were upset over the company's decision to not moderate or take down a controversial post in which President Donald Trump said "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." CNBC
VOA VIEW: Zuckerberg knows what is best.
The 50 wealthiest people in America have publicly donated about $1 billion for coronavirus relief, which adds up to a fraction of their combined net worth, the Washington Post finds. CNBC
The defense strategies of two of the former police officers who were charged in the death of George Floyd are emerging following a preliminary hearing. CNN
VOA VIEW: Time will tell, when all the facts are known.
One day after Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser requested President Donald Trump remove additional law enforcement and out-of-city National Guard, she joined thousands of protesters on the streets of the nation's capital on Saturday. CNN
VOA VIEW: A real fool.

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A federal judge has issued an order restricting the use of tear gas at George Floyd protests by the Denver Police Department. FOX News
VOA VIEW: A fool who uses un authorized power.
Black Lives Matter D.C. slammed liberal Mayor Muriel Bowser for being “consistently on the wrong side of BLMDC history” and painting “Black Lives Matter” on the streets leading to the White House “to appease white liberals while ignoring our demands.”  FOX News
VOA VIEW: No question Bowser is not qualified.
The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) banned display of the Confederate flag at its military installations, on everything from bumper stickers to coffee mugs.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Not rational.
Seattle’s mayor and police chief announced they’ve agreed to ban the use of tear gas to disperse protesters for 30 days amid ongoing demonstrations after the death of George Floyd.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Wrong, but a decision that a police chief can make.

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A Michigan police chief has been put on paid leave after posting a series of offensive tweets, including calling for "body bags" and referring to demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd as "vicious subhumans." FOX News
Nationwide protests over the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd, the latest in a long string of high-profile slayings of black men by white officers, have featured a common rallying cry: "Defund the police." Reuters
VOA VIEW: A dumb thought.
Conservative German and American leaders have criticized President Donald Trump's proposed plan to remove about one-third of U.S. troops currently stationed in Germany. UPI
VOA VIEW: Liberal thought.

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Activists in South Korea held a Black Lives Matter rally Saturday, joining other demonstrations spreading across the globe after the death of George Floyd. UPI
VOA VIEW: Fools!

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June 06, 2020

      A trouble maker fool will lead an MLK replica.  The Rev. Al Sharpton announced Thursday he is organizing a march in Washington, D.C., to take place on August 28th, the 57th anniversary of the historic March on Washington to "restore and recommit that dream."  "We're going back to Washington," Sharpton declared when giving his eulogy at the funeral of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who suffocated last week after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the ground with his knee.  Sharpton is using the death momentum of Floyd.

     Floyd's death has sparked demonstrations in cities around the country, and world, with protesters calling for reform against police brutality and the criminal justice system. "We going back to Washington, Martin," Sharpton declared again, addressing Martin Luther King III, the son of the civil rights leader, in the crowd. "That's where your father stood in the shadows of the Lincoln Memorial and said, 'I have a dream.' " 


      Sick, divisive, Sharpton called to restore and recommit to the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., saying, they were going back in August "to stand up, because just like in one era, we had to fight slavery. Another era, we had to fight Jim Crow. Another era, we dealt with voting rights. This is the era to deal with policing and criminal justice."