“Whose streets, our streets”
“Saturday, some criminals broke windows & thought they’d get away. They were wrong.”
“[T]here is a line between freedom of speech and then posing a risk to public safety.”
“The definition of domestic terrorism.”
“after only about 15 minutes of the march, an anarchist group appeared to take over…”
“Six riot police officers were injured, one with third-degree burns to his hand and face…”
“If somebody brings weapons, there’s no way to block off the site, or to screen them.”
Peacefully protesting while robbing four banks
“…appear to be mostly venting their frustrations”
“some lit firecrackers, sparked small blazes and used rocks and baseball bats to break the glass of businesses and vehicles”
“She faces up to 20 years in prison…”
“Stand up, rise up, find your warrior spirit!”
“You need to come out with your hands raised.”
“People [are] looking for some accountability.”
“I was crouching behind a Chevy Suburban to avoid bullets.”
One day after a terrorist murdered a French police commander and his partner.
“All three suffered gunshot wounds during chaotic scenes outside supermarkets…”
“…is it a surprise that people who don’t like him are stepping over that low bar?”
“They’re Bernie Sanders supporters. They’re liberal Democrats.”
But, you won’t hear the media describing it that way.
“It’s not riots as in a negative thing.”
“I screamed out words that I shouldn’t have screamed in the heat of the moment.”
If a country has a war, and the media doesn’t report it, is it still a war?
The nose knows.
“Oh we’re very quick to point the finger at others…”