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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial ‘Public Disorder’ Bill Into Law

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed a controversial bill into law on Monday that critics say constitutes a direct attack on the First Amendment in the guise of combating “public disorder.” Just before he signed the bill, DeSantis sought to justify his decision by painting an apocalyptic picture of burning cities and people in peril…

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YOU CAN PAINT A STREET BUT NOT SOLVE A PROBLEM

City employees began painting a stretch of Fifth Avenue, just in front of the Trump Organization’s headquarters, on Thursday morning. Mayor Bill de Blasio authorized the stark yellow mural earlier this month. The New York mayor rolled up his sleeves and painted a bit of the mural, too, clad in a mask and flanked by…

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KKK CRUSH JUNE 9, 2020 PT 2

A man with a toddler claims a police officer aimed his gun at them, School of Fools (Minneapolis no longer wants police in schools), Stiffer penalty for Covid 19 scams, nazi News (nazi mask and KKK mask while shopping and Gap has a Camp shirt).

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YOU’RE HOLDING THE BIBLE WRONG JUNE 2, 2020 PT 1

Comedy when the world is in turmoil, A policeman admits the Blue Shield is real, Racism comes to Davin’s Neighborhood, America burns

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TRUMP’S DAILY FESTIVUS MAY 5, 2020 PT 1

Wearing masks, Michigan Protests, Conspiracy theories, President Bush’s video, and Blue State vs Red State

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TASTE THE RAINBOW JANUARY 21, 2020 PT 2

Deaf man sues Porn hub, School of Fools (girls gets kicked out of Christian school over rainbows), Souvenir impeachment pens, and the Olympics ban protests

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BAN THE OLYMPIC PROTEST BAN

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced new guidelines that ban athletes from making political, religious and ethnic demonstrations at the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Olympic games have a long tradition of athletes and even countries using the Olympics as a platform to bring attention to issues that they feel are important. In 1968 Tommie…

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