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NEWS - SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2020 - NEWS
Hong Kongers are preparing for a new reality as China moves to impose new national security powers over Hong Kong that are seen by many as a "death knell" for the former British colony's freedoms. LA Times
VOA VIEW: China must backup.
Black and Latino shop keepers, already outraged by George Floyd's death, feel victimized again as city officials fail to stop looting and fires. LA Times
VOA VIEW: More like evil madness.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he wants to shine a light on the disciplinary history of cops. He said he would immediately sign into law any measures to reform a state regulation that prohibits the disclosure of prior disciplinary actions against a police officer. The governor was asked about the regulation, called 50a, after a video... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Cuomo has gone mad - no madder.

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Joe Lockhart saw up close what happened to Colin Kaepernick, how owners refused to sign the talented quarterback because it could hurt business. He was the league’s vice president of communications when Kaepernick was taking a knee during the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police brutality against minorities. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Kaepernick is not fitting.
Escalating violence and destruction raised questions about whether a diverse, broadly decentralized protest movement was veering off track. New York Times
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, a Democrat, said the city's police department would protect everyone regardless of whether the mayor agreed with them.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Bowser is a liberal fool.
President Trump said Saturday the death of George Floyd filled Americans with "horror, anger and grief," but that he cannot tolerate mob violence and will "stop it cold" before more businesses or police precincts are destroyed. "We won't let it happen. It harms those who have the least," Mr. Trump ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Good leadership.
The Trump administration blamed on Saturday far-left groups using antifa tactics for fomenting the violent protests upending Minneapolis and other major cities, even as Minnesota Democrats say they're looking at white supremacists and far-right extremists. Attorney General William Barr said that the "voices of peaceful protests are being hijacked by ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Dems are a fault for this chaos.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has imposed a downtown curfew this evening, Protesters were back in the streets Saturday. Garcetti said everyone must be off the downtown streets of the sprawling city by 8 p.m. local time until 5:30 a.m.. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The bottom line is...

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Cleared of wrongdoing for Kansas trips, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo turns to attack the Democrat requesting the probe. ABC
VOA VIEW: Good!
President Donald Trump tried to explain that an early morning tweet was an attempt to warn against the risk of violence ABC
More than 13,000 public school districts face the possibility of sharp budget cuts as state tax revenues decline because of the COVID-19 pandemic ABC
VOA VIEW: The bad economic news hits all.
The mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party says U.S. moves to end some trading privileges extended to Hong Kong grossly interfere in China's internal affairs and are doomed to fail ABC
VOA VIEW: China will be the biggest loser.

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Protests following the death of George Floyd while in police custody continued across the U.S. on Saturday. ABC
VOA VIEW: Harris is an idiot.
SpaceX made history Saturday with a successful rocket launch from the Kennedy Space Center. The Falcon 9 launch was the first to carry American astronauts launched from American soil in nearly a decade, and the first time a private company has sent people to space. Mark Strassman reports. CBS
VOA VIEW: America Greatness.
Mayors in Minneapolis and Atlanta have declared curfews after violent protests. CBS

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President Trump said protesters at the White House would have been met with "vicious dogs" if they breached the fence. CBS
VOA VIEW: Good!
A gunman opened fired on two Federal Protective Service officers, killing one of them and sending the other to the hospital. CBS
VOA VIEW: Animals must be punished severely.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday said a post by President Donald Trump in which he says "when the looting starts, the shooting starts" does not violate the company's policies and will remain online. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Zuckerberg is playing smart.
Venture-funded companies and mom and pop businesses in the short-term rental market are offloading properties after the coronavirus dramatically curtailed travel. CNBC
Protests continued Saturday as more demonstrations erupted in cities nationwide following the death of Minneapolis man George Floyd. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The animals must be stopped.

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Leaders across the country say that the rioting is no longer about the death of an innocent black man. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Madness must stop.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday used social media and his daily coronavirus briefing to lash out against "injustice in the criminal justice system" and called for an end to the violent protests that have taken place in several cities across the United States following the brutal death of George Floyd. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Cuomo is an idiot.
President Trump urged Minnesota to beef up its response to ongoing riots, announcing that he's willing to deploy the U.S. military to the state if needed. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!

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Fox News Channel's Leland Vittert and his news crew were chased and harassed by angry protesters outside the White House Friday FOX News
In an extraordinary move, the Pentagon on Saturday said it put military units on a four-hour recall status to be ready if requested by Minnesota's governor amid civil unrest following the killing of a black man by a white Minneapolis police officer. Reuters
VOA VIEW: Good start.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Saturday "outside radicals and agitators" have hijacked protests in U.S. cities over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody in Minneapolis. Reuters
VOA VIEW: They must be identified and prosecuted.
Hong Kong officials lashed out on Saturday at moves by U.S. President Donald Trump to strip the city of its special status in a bid to punish China for imposing national security laws on the global financial hub. Reuters
VOA VIEW: China made a major mistake.
Since mid-April, most Americans have said they believe the country is in a recession or depression, a new poll shows. UPI
Latin America is poised to become the next epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a disease expert, as the rate of new deaths and cases decline in the United States and Europe. UPI
Forecasters are focused on a brewing tropical system in the East Pacific, and depending on the path the system takes, it could be one for the record books. UPI
An already active Atlantic hurricane season -- which hasn't officially begun yet -- could take a turn for the record books with a new disturbance that looks poised to strengthen. The season officially begins Monday. UPI

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May 31, 2020

     The Mayor and police chief should be fired for his lack of leadership in protecting life and property.  The mayor of Minneapolis imposed a citywide 8 p.m. curfew starting Friday night following three nights of destructive protests in the city over the death of George Floyd.  The curfew will bar people from all traveling in all public spaces, including streets in the city, according to the order signed by mayor Jacob Frey. Violators of the curfew can be fined up to $1,000 or imprisoned for up to a year, the mayor said.

     The order comes after protesters torched a police precinct and several other buildings in the city Thursday night during a demonstration in the wake of Floyd’s killing by a Minneapolis police officer.  Ex-cop Derek Chauvin was arrested Friday and hit with a murder charge in the killing of Floyd.  This display of looting and rioting is about people who are of no substance looking for chaos.