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Antifa group starts GoFundMe to replace guns stolen from them in Seattle's occupied zone
Members of the Antifa group John Brown Gun Club have started a GoFundMe after having their weapons stolen at the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ).
40% of GOP Voters Think Civil War Likely
With race-driven anti-police protests nationwide, one-in-three voters continue to believe America is on the brink of another civil war. Blacks are the least optimistic that the protests will lead to positive change but the most supportive of removing Confederate symbols from public display.
Residents Complain D.C.’s Police Department Creating Bottleneck for Handgun Purchases
Experts warn city could face new Second Amendment lawsuits
Johns Hopkins Report On Baltimore Homicides Is Bad News For Gun Control Fans
If gun control worked, Baltimore, Maryland should be one of the safest cities in the country. Maryland requires applicants for a concealed carry license to show “good cause,” and self-defense isn’t considered a valid reason, so there are only a handful of city residents legally allowed to carry a firearm.
Thomas, Kavanaugh lament 'decade-long failure to protect the Second Amendment'
Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanagh on Monday admonished their fellow justices for letting Second Amendment cases languish in the lower courts in a dissent to the tribunal's decision not to take up a gun rights case.
Ilhan Omar can't explain how to protect constituents when police are gone
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) could not answer CNN anchor Jake Tapper's question about who will protect the citizens of Minneapolis if the local police force is disbanded.
Seattle Police Chief: Cops ‘Not Able to’ Respond to Rapes, Robberies Due to Autonomous Zone
Police have been unable to respond to “rapes, robberies, and all sorts of violent acts” occurring in Seattle’s East Precinct, which authorities abandoned on Monday, leaving the area in the hands of activists who set up their own police-free “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ), Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said Thursday.
BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A Baltimore County family is warning other parents after they say police were called to their house over something that happened during a virtual school lesson. The incident is raising concerns over privacy and safety in the era of online learning.
TX Man Gets 2A Lesson After Kicking Down Ex-Girlfriend’s Door
A Houston man received a very painful lesson in the right of self-defense early Wednesday morning when he was shot after kicking in the front door of his ex-girlfriend’s apartment.
Seattle 'autonomous zone' has armed guards, local businesses being threatened with extortion, police say
Seattle police say they have received reports of armed guards and potential extortion in a self-declared autonomous zone that spans several blocks and includes a now-closed precinct.
California Ammunition Raids Put Innocent People at Risk of Police Violence
The state boasts of blocking 754 illegal purchases, but it wrongly tagged 101,047 law-abiding people as prohibited. Any of them could have been targeted.
‘Ashamed’ of department, Seattle cop explains why it’s time to quit
As protests continue and Seattle leaders turn their backs on the Seattle Police Department, some cops are deciding to call it quits.
Antifa Releases List of Demands After Taking Over 6 Square Block Section in Seattle and Setting Up Armed Security Watch
As we reported yesterday — Antifa domestic terrorists set up an “autonomous zone” in six square blocks in Seattle over the weekend.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said rioters are 'f**ing lawless' in meeting with panicked officials
Alderman Susan Sadlowski-Garza broke down in tears as she said she was 'scared' her ward had become a 's**t show' with rioters 'shooting at the police' .
Joe Biden: Ban Federal Funds for Training Teachers in Firearm Usage
Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden’s gun control policy statement includes a push to prohibit the use of any federal funds to train teachers in firearm usage for classroom defense.
Shootings, murders rose dramatically in NYC last week amid backdrop of protests
Murders and shootings in the Big Apple skyrocketed last week compared to the same period last year, law enforcement sources said.

21 people shot in St. Louis over the weekend

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21 people shot in St. Louis over the weekend
ST. LOUIS — It was a violent weekend in the City of St. Louis despite a citywide curfew. The violence was not related to any unrest.
Black Gun Ownership Soars As Nation's Inner Cities Burn
As radical leftists attempt to create a utopian "police-free future" society and defund law enforcement across the country, terrified African Americans interested in buying guns have soared in the age of social unrest.
During Riots, Chicago Had Bloodiest Day in City’s History: 18 Murders in One Day
As Chicago devolved into chaos during the rioting on May 31, the city had its bloodiest day in 60 years with eighteen murders in a 24-hour period.
Watch: Minneapolis City Council President Says Calling the Police on Burglars “Comes from a Place of Privilege”
After nearly two weeks of violence, mayhem, and rioting in Minneapolis, the City Council on Sunday voted on their intent to disband the police department.
NYPD says 292 officers injured during George Floyd protests, as police across US come under siege
Nearly 300 New York police officers have been injured amid the ongoing protests following George Floyd's death, Fox News has learned.
An end to traffic stops, street outreach teams, unionized sex workers and burglaries resolved by restorative justice: The vision of BLM activists for how to defund and replace traditional police
Calls to 'defund the police' are met with action from city Mayors and councils
Liberal politicians who order police to stand down are the same people who want to ban guns
Minneapolis and other major cities have finally re-opened, at least to looters and arsonists. For three days, police in Minneapolis and St. Paul were ordered to stand down as rioters destroyed their cities.
Minneapolis City Council to hold emergency meeting Friday to discuss framework for systemic change, MPD
Thursday, the Minneapolis City Council said they are holding a special emergency meeting to approve court order outlining changes for the Minneapolis Police Department and framework for systemic change. 
Movement to defund police gains 'unprecedented' support across US
Activists say the way to stop police brutality and killings is to cut law enforcement budgets and reinvest in services. Some lawmakers now agree.

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