Monday, July 6, 2020

“I was asked probably 12 questions about the Confederate flag... I’m a little dismayed that I didn’t receive one question on the deaths that we got in this country this weekend.”





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From #WashTimes’ Dave Boyer: The White House chided the media Monday for obsessing about President Trump’s tweet on NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace and the Confederate flag, while failing to ask any questions about a surge of weekend violence in New York City and Chicago. “I was asked probably 12 questions about the Confederate flag,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said as she wrapped up her press briefing. “This president’s focused on action. I’m a little dismayed that I didn’t receive one question on the deaths that we got in this country this weekend.” • Full story on our website #news #realnews #pressec #trump #whitehouse #blacklivesmatter #culture #politics #society #media

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New York City police are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man and wounded a woman in broad daylight in Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood.⠀ ⠀ The incident took place near 41 New Lots Avenue on July 2, said the NYPD.⠀ ⠀ NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison posted a video of the incident on Friday, which shows a man walking up to another man on the sidewalk before pulling out a gun from his waistband and firing multiple shots at the other man in close range.⠀ ⠀ Read this article: https://ept.ms/2CfQvcE⠀ ⠀ Get one month FREE FULL ACCESS to Epoch Digital.⠀ Sign up here: https://ept.ms/FreeMonth (no credit card needed)⠀ ⠀ GET THE APP: https://ept.ms/DownloadApp

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The grandfather of an 11-year-old boy who was killed by a stray bullet in Washington, D.C. over the weekend told "The Story" Monday that calls to defund the police are "not going to work" as gun-related crimes continue to surge in major U.S. cities. "You can't take money from the police department," John Ayala, the founder of D.C.'s Guardian Angels chapter, explained. "We need the police. You take the police from there and we wind up having less police officers in the street and less detectives. It's not going to work. Crime is going to get worse...if you start having less police officers, who's going to come when there is a need for police services?"⁣ ⁣ Go to the link in our bio for more on this story.

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