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Trump’s Aides Tried to Conceal His Crazy, Racist Beliefs From the Country
Helping an abnormal president appear sane is not a noble task.
Protests in Charlotte Continue for 6th Night
Protestors want police to release the full footage of Tuesday’s shooting.
Charlotte Police Release Videos of the Shooting of Keith Lamont Scott
Activists and Scott’s family believe the videos raise more questions than they answer, and the protests continue on.
Keith Scott’s Family Releases Cell-Phone Video of Police Shooting
“Don’t shoot him. Don’t shoot him.”
Man Wounded in Protests Dies As Charlotte Demonstrations Continue
The city has enacted a curfew though Thursday’s rallies were more peaceful.
Keith Scott’s Family Views Videos of His Final Moments, Calls for Their Release
Both sides say it’s unclear from the footage what Scott had in his hands when he was shot by police.
Congressman Explains Charlotte Protesters Just ‘Hate White People’
Meanwhile, Mike Pence thinks we should all set aside “this talk about institutional racism and institutional bias.”
Could the Charlotte Protests Tip North Carolina to Trump?
In a dead-even battleground state, violence could be a boost for law-and-order Republicans.
Donald Trump Suggests Charlotte Protests Are Fueled by ‘Drugs’
The protesters in Charlotte say they are outraged by police brutality. But the GOP nominee is pretty sure they’re just hopped up on “drugs.”
One Person Shot During Protest of Charlotte Police Shooting
The governor of North Carolina has declared a state of emergency.
Protests Erupt After Police Fatally Shoot Black Man in Charlotte, North Carolina
Police say the man was armed, but witnesses claim he was reading a book in his car.