In a typically lie-strewn White House press event, Trump Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany gave a completely nonsensical answer to questions about just who ordered the attack on protesters around and at St. John's Church in the minutes before Donald Trump announced he would be walking there. Did Trump give the order to attack? Did Attorney General … Continue reading White House confirms Trump gave order resulting in assault on St. John’s Church
Everyone desires/wants peace, both within themselves, their own neighborhood, city, state, their own country and globally, wouldn't you agree? Even soldiers fighting in a war (on both sides) want peace. If you disagree, ask around and see what kinds of answer you get to this question among your co workers, friends, family and neighbors. Ask … Continue reading Global World Peace Plan; Phase 1 – 3 – Living Consciously, With Clear Intent In A World Free Of War – It Takes Thought, Words, Actions – Either We Create Global Peace, Or We Destroy All Life On The Planet Via Environmental Destruction, Or WWIII – Tear Gas Banned In All Wars By Chemical Weapons Convention | A Green Road Journal
The tear gas that police fired ahead of Trump’s visit to St. John’s as well as other similar chemicals fall within a substantial exception to the global prohibition against chemical weapons enshrined in the Chemical Weapons Convention. Just as it’s not legal to shell an opposing army with sarin or mustard gas, it’s also illegal to fire off commonly … Continue reading Why is tear gas banned in war but not from peaceful protests? – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
A hashtag suggesting that authorities are planting bricks to bait protesters into committing violence is going viral on social media. One image often shared with the hashtag shows a stack of bricks with a smiley face superimposed on top of it, with the message “Well howdy! I’m just a mysterious ol’ pile of bricks.” “Do … Continue reading Are Authorities Planting Bricks to Bait Protesters? – Rolling Stone
The head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday that police crowd-control chemicals cause coughing that could spread the coronavirus — and he will raise the matter with the White House task force. CDC Director Robert Redfield told the House Appropriations Committee he fears George Floyd protests across the nation will become a “seeding event” … Continue reading Chemicals used by police may spread COVID-19: CDC director
It’s important to know if the officers involved were following the policies and procedures that are supposed to guide their behavior. Police actions that strike an onlooker as inappropriate may actually be within a department’s rules. It’s possible the rules themselves are inconsistent with best practices elsewhere. Ask the department for its policies on the … Continue reading I Cover Cops as an Investigative Reporter. Here Are Five Ways You Can Start Holding Your Department Accountable. — ProPublica
The Philadelphia protest was one of many instances in recent days in which police launched tear gas — a toxic substance that can cause lung damage — into crowds. In a statement, Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said that officers had no choice but to release it after protesters threw rocks at them and refused to disperse, … Continue reading Tear Gas Is Way More Dangerous Than Police Let On — Especially During the Coronavirus Pandemic — ProPublica
VIDEO: https://youtu.be/8qVQl4cTGsAGOP Senators Speak Out After Trump Gasses U.S. Citizens - YouTubeTear gas has been banned for use in war. But it is perfectly fine to use against peaceful protestors, along with rubber bullets and flashbang grenades, just so Trump could go get a photo op holding a Bible he never reads..