Ruth Bader Ginsburg openly admitted that she believed there was an understanding that when Roe V. Wade was passed, it was because there was a concern about increasing populations of "people we don't want too many of". Although this is hardly her first slip up in a discussion of race, this does potentially undermine the idea that RBG was the progressive champion and civil rights activist that she is painted to be.
Jack Posobiec sits down with Niko House to discuss the 2020 election in this interview on OAN. Niko gives his opinion on the Democratic Party nominating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris despite their alarming record when it comes to policies concerning the black community and other communities of color.
The New York Times just reported this morning that the jury in Breonna Taylor's case was never actually allowed to charge any of the officers with the murder of Breonna Taylor. The juror attests that they were never given that option by Attorney General Daniel Cameron.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or RBG, recently passed away from natural causes. Her passing has brought on a mountain of praise from all factions of the left. However, the praise she is receiving from progressives is contradictory to her actual record of racism and holding together the corrupt police state that profits on the backs of poor people and people of color.
ACLU is "...calling for the immediate resignation of Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis and Kenosha Country Sheriff David Beth." This follows the "...shooting of Jacob Blake by police and the murder of two protestors who were shot by a 17-year-old participating in an armed counter-protest."
Kenosha's Police Department has been under heavy scrutiny after several of their officers shot a Jacob Blake, a black male, seven times in the back. Although this incident, in and of itself, was a tragedy, it seems that all of Southeast Wisconsin are constantly implicated in the deaths of unarmed black men. They've been sued (and have settled) multiple times, and to the tune of tens of millions of dollars.
In June, MCSC spoke with Sam Richards who reported that the governor of Minnesota admitted that he and the state government are working with the United States intelligence community in order to track, trace, and surveil protestors in Fusion centers.
Governor of Minnesota admitted that he and the state government are working with the United States intelligence community in order to track, trace, and surveil protestors in Fusion centers.