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Thomas Jefferson statue removed from NYC City Hall because former US president, author of Declaration of Independence owned slaves

A statue of Thomas Jefferson — America's third president and the author of the Declaration of Independence — was removed Monday from City Hall in New York City, where it stood for nearly two centuries, because Jefferson was a slave owner, the New York Post reported.

Catholic University Celebrates Painting of George Floyd as Jesus Christ, Releases Report on Racism

Paintings depicting George Floyd as Jesus Christ hang in both The Catholic University of America’s campus ministry office and its law school, The Daily Signal has learned. 

Christmas parade massacre suspect to be charged with intentional homicide

Darnell Brooks Jr., the suspected driver of a red SUV that crashed through a Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade Sunday night, killing five people and injuring 48, will be charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide, authorities said Monday afternoon.

Leaked Messages Show Facebook’s Internal Plot to Censor Breitbart

Leaked internal Facebook documents, which included conversations among employees of the social media giant, show that staffers last year wanted to censor Breitbart News over its accurate reporting of riots following the death of George Floyd.

‘Get Breitbart out of News Tab’: Facebook employees were hostile towards BLM reports by conservative outlets, leaked docs reveal

Leaked internal messages from a Facebook staff chat board reportedly show that some workers at the social media giant had wanted to suppress “very negative” coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement by conservative news outlets.

WSJ Report Reveals Facebook Employees Eager to Shut Down Conservative Content — As Gateway Pundit Has Been Reporting for Years

In November 2016 The Gateway Pundit was ranked in the top four of influential conservative outlets during the 2016 election.

Facebook Employees Reportedly Sought to Crack Down on Right-Wing Media Outlets

On Friday, an unnamed Facebook whistleblower argued that the social networking giant routinely turned a blind eye to hate speech and misinformation on the platform over fears it would hinder the company's growth.

Here’s What Happened to Murder Rates When Texas’ Capital Defunded Police

Drivers heading south on U.S. Route 183 in Austin, Texas, have become familiar with a billboard urging city police officers to relocate to Spokane, Washington, to become deputy sheriffs and collect a $15,000 bonus. 

Derek Chauvin appeals conviction in George Floyd death

Out of money and lacking legal counsel, Derek Chauvin has appealed his convictions in the death of George Floyd.

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