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What We’re Reading Today: Leftist Riots Spread, Biden’s Disasters, Media Climate Bias . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Democrat Riots Spread Across U.S.

Antifa Goes Wild in the Nation’s Capital, but the Reaction Is Decidedly Different — Red State

Maxine Waters tells Minnesota BLM protesters ‘to get more confrontational’ one day after violent anti-police clashes erupted across US — Daily Maile

Violent clashes in Chicago, NYC and Minnesota at BLM protests over police shootings of Adam Toledo and Daunte Wright — The Sun

Antifa Rioters Burn Portland Apple Store, Fire Guns from Cars — Breitbart

National Guard Team Fired Upon In Minnesota — Twitter, via Instapundit

Biden’s List Of Disasters Grows

VDH: How to Start a War — Townhall

The $8 trillion (and growing) Biden wants to spend on changing America forever — New York Post

White House Report Card: Joe Biden, flip-flopper in chief — Washington Examiner

Biden’s UN Ambassador Says White Supremacy Woven into America’s ‘Founding Documents and Principles’ — American Greatness

Media’s Unabashed Climate Change Bias

Climate Media vs. Climate Science — Wall Street Journal

Scientific American Colludes with Other Major Media to Normalize ‘Climate Emergency’ Terminology — Legal Insurrection

Leftists care nothing about ‘facts’ on climate. They care only about power — American Thinker

An anti–global warming hysteria book is driving Norwegian warming hysterics nuts — American Thinker

Blue States/Cities Gone Wild

Gavin Newsom Boasts: California Homeless Policy Has Become National Model Under Joe Biden Administration — Breitbart

Murders surge as police are defunded, up 64% in Minneapolis — Washington Examiner

You Will Not Believe the INSANE Proposals Austin Is Considering for ‘Reimagining’ Public Safety — PJ Media

Meet Kimberly Gardner, the Rogue Prosecutor Whose Policies Are Wreaking Havoc in St. Louis — Daily Signal

Crime & Punishment

The Myth of the Dangerous Traffic Stop Is Killing Black Men in America — Slate

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