An Ohio Walmart employee has been fired after a Black woman claimed that she was racially profiled. Anternitia O’Neal told local news outlet Fox19 that
— Read on atlantablackstar.com/2021/06/04/white-woman-loses-job-at-an-ohio-walmart-after-falsely-accusing-a-black-woman-of-stealing-at-self-checkout-company-issues-apology/
Perfectly normal Soviet-era political procedures
It stemmed from the Trump administration’s investigation of leaks deemed unflattering to the former president.
— Read on www.businessinsider.com/justice-department-fought-get-emails-4-new-york-times-reporters-2021-6
Stephanie Baez, who was allegedly among the throng of rioters who forced entry into the Capitol on Jan. 6, was arrested in Alabama.
— Read on www.huffpost.com/entry/stephanie-baez-proud-boy-capitol-attack-arrest_n_60baae08e4b0b297f1bb31f4
The right continues to lose its mind
Let’s start with this question: Why are we even talking about these people?
— Read on morningshots.thebulwark.com/p/i-regret-to-inform-you
The state’s restrictions on reproductive healthcare help an economy “powered by feminized poverty”
— Read on eoinhiggins.substack.com/p/the-difficulty-of-obtaining-an-abortion
Many of the biggest corporate donors who have resumed support for the House GOP insurrectionists have been major defense contractors. When Eisenhower gave his gravest warning about the military-industrial complex, he could never have imagined this. -@JesseCharlesLee
— Read on www.defensenews.com/congress/2021/06/04/defense-firms-quietly-resume-political-giving-after-post-insurrection-pause/
The Fauci email revelation
— Read on www.youtube.com/embed/dngOH9G4UPw
Facebook Inc on Friday suspended former U.S. President Donald Trump from its platform for two years, a decision that has been watched closely for signals on how the company will treat rule-breaking world leaders in the future.
— Read on http://www.reuters.com/article/us-trump-facebook/facebook-suspends-former-u-s-president-trumps-account-for-two-years-idUSKCN2DG23I
The shutdown acknowledged the flawed assumption that if you build it, they will come.
— Read on www.axios.com/trump-blog-social-media-readership-703abeec-49d4-468b-90e3-7865d43e2486.html
Trump’s unprecedented use of the White House and National Mall for his convention last year drew widespread criticism from ethics experts.
— Read on www.businessinsider.com/trumps-rnc-fireworks-caused-42000-in-damage-to-the-national-mall-2021-6
The Endless Frontier Act was meant to show the US can still compete with China. It did the opposite.
— Read on www.vox.com/2021/6/4/22518923/endless-frontier-act-innovation-competition-act-china-congress
Schools and the entertainment industry, which help shape what is history and what is forgotten, must portray the burden of racism in our nation.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2021/06/04/opinion/tom-hanks-tulsa-race-massacre-history.html
Bill and Bridget Koch offered conflicting accounts of how Bridget’s email address was tied to a GiveSendGo campaign called Fight Voter Fraud.
— Read on eu.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2021/06/04/givesendgo-data-bill-kochs-wife-bridget-gave-campaign-claiming-voter-fraud/7534360002/
Obviously Trump can’t get reinstated because of the sealed indictments with the Marshal of the Supreme Court. It’s the law.
Current state of the Republican Party:
Billionaire Donny Jr. on Cameo.
Rudy shilling for My Pillow.
My Pillow Mike suing Dominion Voting.
Roger Stone cannibalizes Steve Bannon.
GOP wants to investigate Fauci and give the insurrectionists a pass.
Trump thinks he’ll be reinstated.
Laughing/ Not Laughing
A summary report from Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ office details a slew of security problems with the state’s audit of its 2020 election results. CNN’s Kyung Lah reports.
— Read on edition.cnn.com/videos/politics/2021/06/04/arizona-election-audit-security-problems-katie-hobbs-lah-pkg-vpx.cnn
US police officers being bribed to use valid computer credentials to retrieve a person’s license plate details is not a breach of hacking laws, the Supreme Court has ruled.
— Read on www.zdnet.com/article/us-supreme-court-limits-scope-of-cfaa-and-rules-bribing-cops-for-data-is-not-hacking/