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Women Plan All-Black Community in Georgia After ‘400 Years of Racial Oppression’

Two women hope to create an all-black community in central Georgia as a way to deal with “400 years of racial oppression.” Microsoft News used a “good news” tag for the report, which said that as the United States “continues to confront the toxic legacy of slavery and Jim Crow,” the women want to create “a…

Georgia Candidate Who Reportedly Supported QAnon Conspiracy Wins GOP Runoff

August 11, 2020 9:48 PM ET Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Georgia Republican accused of making racist and xenophobic remarks, and who has allegedly supported QAnon conspiracy theories, won her congressional runoff Tuesday. Greene’s win means that she will almost surely be elected to Congress in Georgia’s 14th district which nonpartisan forecasters rate as either “solid”…

University Of Georgia Suggests “Wearing A Face Mask” During Sex

Just when you thought all universities were good for was churning out uninformed Marxists, the University of Georgia breaks that stigma by offering up some groundbreaking sexual health advice in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.  The University had written a section called "Covid-19 Considerations" on its University Health Center website several days ago, but…

Georgia School Reverses Decision To Suspend Student Who Shared Pictures Of Classmates Without Masks

August 07, 2020 7:55 PM ET A high school in Georgia reversed its decision to suspend a student Friday after she shared pictures and videos of a crowded hallway full of classmates who were not wearing masks. Dallas, Georgia resident Lynne Watters said in a comment Friday morning that North Paulding High School ended her…

Tucker Carlson: Atlanta Officer Garrett Rolfe’s Stepmother Fired From Her Job

The stepmother of former Atlanta Police Department officer Garrett Rolfe has purportedly been fired from her job in the wake of Rolfe being charged in the death of Rayshard Brooks, Fox News Channel primetime host Tucker Carlson reported Thursday evening. “Until today, [Rolfe’s stepmother] — her name is Melissa Rolfe — was the H.R. director at…

Multiple Reports: Atlanta Cops Walk Out in Protest

Swathes of police officers in Atlanta, GA, are “walking off the job,” according to multiple reports published Wednesday evening. Todd Starnes tweeted, “BREAKING NEWS: Georgia police sources tell me only two police precincts are staffed in the entire city of Atlanta. Entire zones of officers are walking off the job. Zones 1,3,5 and 6 have…

Atlanta Police Chief Resigns After Suspect Shot During Struggle

June 13, 2020 10:02 PM ET Atlanta police shot a man in a Wendy’s parking lot Friday evening after he resisted arrest, leading to Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields resigning on Saturday. Rayshard Brooks, 27, was reported to police for falling asleep in a car while in a drive-thru lane. According to Georgia authorities, he…

Logistical Challenges Burden States’ Primaries, Raise Concerns For November

June primaries that have taken place amid the coronavirus pandemic have suffered from broken voting machines, long lines of voters and understaffed polling locations. Despite fewer voters showing up at the polls in person, influxes of mail-in ballots have resulted in enormous increases in turnout. Walter Olson, a constitutional expert at the Cato Institute, said…

Jon Ossoff wins Georgia senatorial primary

Democratic senatorial candidate Jon Ossoff won Georgia’s primary election to take on Republican Sen. David Perdue in November. He won with 50.5% of the vote, just barely eclipsing the 50% needed to avoid a runoff, according to polling from The Associated Press and The New York Times. Ossoff’s emergence onto the political scene came in…
‘i-only-kneel-for-one-person’: black-georgia-state-trooper-refuses-to-kneel-at-black-lives-matter-protest

‘I Only Kneel For One Person’: Black Georgia State Trooper Refuses To Kneel At Black...

A Georgia law enforcement officer refused to kneel for protesters at a Black Lives Matter rally in Hartwell, Georgia on Sunday. Instead, Georgia State Trooper O’Neal Saddler was recorded telling a female protester that he only kneels “for one person, and that’s God.” The video, which was first posted to Facebook by Ni’Rubyan Photography, was…
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