David Waller, the owner of a 120-year-old jewelry store in Virginia, seemed optimistic despite his store being looted, telling Fox News host Dana Perino that his community had a “fantastic” response.
Former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis told “The Daily Briefing” Tuesday that the National Guard presence in cities across America “needs to be increased” in response to the riots that have erupted following protests over George Floyd’s death.
UFC star Jon Jones is calling on American citizens to step up for their communities and against bad actors during the George Floyd protests.
An “angry” Ben Shapiro spent Monday’s “Ben Shapiro Show” podcast responding to the ongoing chaos and violent protests stemming from the death of George Floyd, which has lead to at least eight deaths, dozens of injuries, hundreds of arrests, and the destruction of buildings and businesses across the country.
In a first-time dialogue between two of the biggest brands in political radio, conservative icon Rush Limbaugh and the progressive co-hosts of “The Breakfast Club” found common ground in a candid conversation about the death of George Floyd.
Former Boston Police chief Daniel Linskey told “America’s Election HQ” Saturday that a group “outside the U.S.” is using the ongoing protests over George Floyd’s death to “destabilize our society.”
The Minneapolis Police Department deserves blame for George Floyd’s death and liberal government leaders should be held acountable for riots and looting in cities across the U.S., former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Saturday night.
Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones joined “America’s News HQ” Saturday to disucss the nationwide protests and riots following the death of George Floyd, saying the majority of the violence has been instigated by “professional paid protesters” with an agenda.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernar Kerik called on political leaders to “deescalate” the situation with protesters reacting to George Floyd’s death and advising parents to get their children away from the rioting and looting.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif, said Saturday night that Americans should honor the memory of George Floyd by coming together through peaceful protest.