Krystal and Saagar debate Trump’s Insurrection Act deployment against protestors…


Date: June 03, 2020

01) Krystal and Saagar debate Trump’s Insurrection Act deployment against protestors


“Krystal and Saagar discuss Trump’s decision to deploy the U.S. military on the protests that continue to unfold over the death of George Floyd.”

You know…I honestly thought when Trump got elected…he’d either resign or serve and get voted out next election…

…Now, I’m genuinely wondering if he might end up being the next assassinated U.S. president.

…He is in way over his head…and behaving incredibly stupid…I wonder if he comprehends the gravity of this situation…and that people aren’t just going to let him keep doing whatever he pleases.

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Anne Sacoolas now “wanted internationally” in death of Harry Dunn…


Date: June 03, 2020

01) Anne Sacoolas now “wanted internationally” in death of Harry Dunn


“Interpol has issued a wanted notice for Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. diplomat, in the death of 19-year-old Harry Dunn in a car crash in Britain last year. CBS News correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joins CBSN with the reaction from Dunn’s family.”

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Cop Who Killed Protester Outed on Facebook…


Date: June 03, 2020

01) Cop Who Killed Protester Outed on Facebook


“A cop who killed a Kentucky man is being targeted by protesters on Facebook.

A Louisville police officer involved in the fatal shooting of West End business owner David McAtee had celebrated earlier on Facebook when a protester was shot by pepper balls.

Officer Katie Crews, who was placed on administrative reassignment Monday after the fatal shooting, posted a Courier Journal photo of a protester across from her and said, “I hope the pepper balls that she got lit up with a little later on hurt.

Citation:
https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/2020/06/02/david-mcatee-shooting-lmpd-officer-shooting-had-mocked-protester/5314657002/

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MB OMNI Entertainment System – The 1980s 8-Track games machine…


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Date: June 03, 2020

01) MB OMNI Entertainment System – The 1980s 8-Track games machine


“The Omni from Milton Bradley is a product that straddles 70s and 80s technologies. At it’s core, it’s a game, an electronic quiz machine. However if you examine the way it works, it could be described as an interactive computer that reads program data from tapes…. 8-track tapes. In the video above I demonstrate what it does and how it does it…but first I have to get it working.”

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