A recent set by Dave Chappelle near Dayton, Ohio – less stand up, more a heartfelt personal take – in which he addresses (among others) the death of George Floyd (after 8 minutes and 46 seconds of forced asphyxiation) and the mass protests that followed.
— Consequence of Sound (@consequence) June 4, 2020
In an e-mail that was sent to affiliate marketers by Rakuten Linkshare on behalf of the LEGO Group (via The Toybook), the company confirmed it would cease marketing for any toy sets related to the police.
The e-mail included a product listing of more than 30 LEG building sets, Minifigures, and accessories that involve police officers, firefighters, criminals, emergency vehicles, and buildings….
Over to you, cop-loving Maga Bloks.
Morning after the protests and riots in Minneapolis of the police killing George Floyd. It’s eerie pic.twitter.com/UVF2ltmL7E
— Max Nesterak (@maxnesterak) May 28, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
The aftermath of violent protests in response to the death of George Floyd during an arrest. A video surfaced showing a police officer kneeling on Mr Floyd’s neck and pinning him to the ground for more than seven minutes. Mr Floyd died a short time later.
Hats off to this hero – a lone protestor but the most powerful message.
Rest in Power – George Floyd ✊🏻 pic.twitter.com/OcQ6wHW8ae
— Daniel Lambert (@dlLambo) May 28, 2020
An utterly insane, bollard-dodging, pedestrian-endangering police motorcycle pursuit of one extremely slippery scooter rider through the streets of (we’re guessing) Paris.
For optimum effect, go full screen and tilt forward into the screen clutching a pair of makeshift pencil handlebars.
A corrupt cop attempts to make it up to his victim.
Which raises the question: can all wrongs be righted?
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