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Simon

Protests sweeps U.S. after police killing of George Floyd

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There have also been protests taking place right outside of the White House.

Security forces still loyal to the US regime seems to be losing control as anti-regime protesters are tearing down barricades near the president's home. People we've spoken to now feel that a collapse of the regime is imminent, we're also hearing reports that the president is preparing to flee the country.

If this were taking place in any other country, you just know that the US corporate media would report on the story along those lines.

Here is another video:

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Simon

Following the widespread protests, the State of Minnesota is mobilizing up to 13,000 troops. This video show a massive National Guard convoy is on its way to Minneapolis:

The American empire is crumbling from within.

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Sanjo
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Some videos and tweets from Twitter:

Detroit Police Department drove into 10-12 protesters including myself. Multiple people are going to the hospital. #NoJusticeNoPeace #detroitpolice #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTayor #PoliceBrutality

Aurora PD breaking up the peaceful violin vigil for the very kid they murdered. #ElijahMclain

how evil do you have to be to roll up in riot gear itching to beat the shit out of violinists holding vigil for a child your department murdered?

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Simon

That's some pretty shocking footage, thank you for sharing them @Sanjo

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