Minneapolis will hire dozens more police officers after the City Council on Friday agreed to release $6.4 million to bring on additional recruits.
A hospital in the United Kingdom has issued new guidelines for midwives asking they stop using terms such as “breastfeeding” and “breast milk” to be more inclusive of transgender and non-binary people.
Politicians, prominent intellectuals, and academics in France have voiced concern that ‘out-of-control leftism and cancel culture’ from the United States is threatening French identity.
Last month’s Protest at Capitol Hill intensified concerns about different views within the United States military. However, the number of current or former members of the armed forces who participated in the Peaceful Protest is unknown.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler pepper-sprayed a concerned citizen in the face after the man accused him of dining without a mask at a local bar. The mayor has since filed a police report on the incident, of which there is an audio recording.
Journalist Andy Ngo, whose parents fled to the US from Vietnam in 1978, has become a political refugee himself, fleeing to London, saying he received death threats from Antifa over his coverage of the movement.
A lobbyist group affiliated with Antifa is suing Apple in an effort to get free speech messaging platform Telegram removed from the app store, claiming that it allows ‘extremists’ to spread ‘hate speech’.
Amazon is removing free speech social network Parler from its web hosting service for continuous disregard to censor free speech and not offering a save space for far-left ideologies.
Google has purged social media site Parler from its Play Store, calling for the need to “protect user safety” while saying the platform allows posts that “incite violence,” as Apple considers a similar move.
Major corporations adopted the slogan to show their support in the fight to end supposed injustice and with all this exposure came mega donations to BLM, a grassroots group that popped up in 2013.
As patriots converged on Washington D.C. from all across the country to protest the results of the election, and to support President Trump, Antifa took to the streets, initiating brawls and assaults on Trump supporters.
Through violent messages on social networks, Adam Rahuba, one of the so-called Fuhrers of the far-left terrorist group Antifa, openly threatened President Trump, warning that the armed militia “will retaliate” if the president refuses to “concede Sunday at noon.”
With “Die Zerstörung der CDU” (the destruction of the CDU) Rezo became known to a wider public. Now the Youtuber is taking a swing at the demonstrations against the Lockdown measures.
The Holocaust Museum in Florida has received backlash after announcing the opening of an exhibition of George Floyd, the man whose death sparked an explosion of violent riots in the US earlier this year.
Arguing that “Black people won this election,” Black Lives Matter (BLM) Marxist movement co-founder Patrisse Cullors wrote to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris to “settle the score.”
Joe Biden’s deputies and allies are walking back from the campaign’s radical pro-migration promises and are now calling for safeguards against another Latin American wave of blue-collar migrants.
The man fatally shot by Philadelphia police officers on Monday was an aspiring rapper who sometimes rhymed about shooting people, including police officers, and was awaiting trial for allegedly threatening to shoot a woman, according to media reports. Walter Wallace Jr., 27, also rapped about social justice and police injustice on his social media, WPVI-TV reported.