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Drudge ReportJul 09, 2020
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New York Times PoliticsJul 09, 2020
Some Republicans Have Grown Wary of Protests Against Racism, Poll Shows
A month ago, polls reflected a new consensus around the need for racial justice. But after weeks of attacks by President Trump, some Republicans' views have shifted.

The Daily BeastJul 09, 2020
What Should I Tell that Friend Who's Acting Like the Pandemic Is Over?
GettyAfter months of isolation, states are reopening and many Americans have rushed out of their homes to experience a taste of freedom... and overpriced eggs Benedict. Depending on the state, bars and restaurants are back in some form or another. This means that brunch, once a benign flex of privilege, has become an ideological battleground. 

The question: Does going out for French toast on a Sunday afternoon or sipping on a frozen margarita at a curbside bar after work with friends make you a garbage human? 

It depends on who you ask. Optics-wise, it's impossible to ignore viral videos such as the one showing bougie boozers lunching on a street corner while protesters pass by in the background. Who can sit in the sun and drink a mimosa when over 130,000 are dead? How can the sight of a waiter in a face shield and N95 encourage you to ask for a refill? 

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Democracy NowJun 23, 2020
Trump Attacks Anti-Fascists But Is Silent on Boogaloo & Far-Right Groups Engaged in Deadly Violence
President Trump claims without evidence that anti-fascists are inciting riots at protests against police brutality, but has downplayed groups like the "boogaloo" movement, which are using the protests as cover to carry out violence, even murder. "We know that in this country the far right holds a monopoly on political violence and that since September 11th, far-right extremists have killed far more people than members of any other ideology," says Cassie Miller, senior research analyst at the Southern Poverty Law Center. We also speak with journalist Ali Winston about a new BBC investigation into how the neo-Nazi militant group The Base is grooming and recruiting teenagers online.
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