In these surreal times, most Vermonters know who stands on the front lines against sex and drug traffickers, home robbers and rapists. The liberals aren’t going to police the streets they are tearing up: loyal and underpaid police officers are.
Rioters hurled rocks into residential buildings, damaged businesses and faced off with riot police after the district attorney for Wauwatosa, Wisconsin announced that a fatal police shooting of a black 17-year-old armed with a handgun was justified.
Twitter will remove tweets wishing for President Donald Trump’s death following his and first lady Melania Trump’s Thursday coronavirus diagnosis, the social media giant told Motherboard.
“Every story we’ve been told for the past three months has been, at its core, a lie — all of them, from the first day.”
Portland rioters hurled a massive Molotov cocktail into a crowd of officers, broke windows and lit part of a police precinct on fire in riots that followed a grand jury’s decision to indict one of three Louisville police officers involved in the March death of Breonna Taylor.
Vermont public safety leaders stand ready to meet with protest organizers to ensure safe, peaceful gatherings at election time, Gov. Phil Scott and Public Safety Commissioner Mike Schirling said Tuesday.
The Black Lives Matter movement is linked to more than nine-in-10 riots across the country, according to a recent study.
History is repeating itself in America today as we see new age socialists follow the same script as history’s most violent leftist revolutionaries. It happens too fast not to be planned.
In a year unlike any other in our lifetimes, Vermont activists, lawmakers and National Guard leaders are discussing what could happen if the November election goes sideways.
Two police union executives said that in order to curb rioting, looting and mass violence, officers must be proactive, can’t hesitate to make arrests and must employ overwhelming force or the unrest will fester.
The current Black Lives Matter “movement” — loosely organized, vague of message, quick to commit violence and silence others — is much more akin to the Malcolm X than the Martin Luther King philosophy. Indeed, BLM activists would likely call MLK an “Uncle Tom.”