The officers filmed pushing a man, 75, to the ground have been charged with second degree-assault.
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Charles Barkley Says Drew Brees ‘Made a Mistake’ With Anthem Kneeling Comments But Fallout Has Been ‘Overkill’
Charles Barkley reacted to the uproar over New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees’ comments about athletes kneeling during the national anthem, saying he didn’t agree with Brees at all, but found the “vitriol” against him to be “overkill.”“Drew’s original statement, I thought, was insensitive,” Barkley explained during a panel discussion on NBA on TNT Thursday night.He went on, “It was very insensitive, especially during this time, but I thought the negative reaction from every talking head on television and some of his teammates was overkill. I’ve never heard a bad word about Drew Brees in my life. He made a mistake but we’ve got to a point in society where everybody on social media thinks they are God, judge and jury.”Also Read: Laura Ingraham Rips 'Stalinist' Criticism of Drew Brees After Telling LeBron James to 'Shut Up and Dribble' in 2018The former NBA star then referenced Brees’ charitable giving and hero status in the city where he plays, saying, “But I thought the way he was portrayed on television and radio today was not fair at all. Drew Brees has done some amazing things in New Orleans and in his life. I’m not even talking about football. He made a mistake in a statement.”“I’m never gonna go with the mob,” he added.Brees issued an apology Thursday after he was slammed Wednesday by fellow pro athletes and sports journalists for his original statement. When asked during a Yahoo Finance interview how he would feel if players started kneeling during the anthem Colin Kaepernick-style when the NFL season restarts, Brees said, “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.”“I would like to apologize to my friends, teammates, the City of New Orleans, the black community, NFL community and anyone I hurt with my comments yesterday. In speaking with some of you, it breaks my heart to know the pain I have caused,” Brees wrote on Instagram and Twitter.Read original story Charles Barkley Says Drew Brees ‘Made a Mistake’ With Anthem Kneeling Comments But Fallout Has Been ‘Overkill’ At TheWrap
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Snoop Dogg will vote for the first time ever in 2020: 'I can’t stand to see this punk in office one more year'
The rapper is preparing to cast his vote for the very first time this November.
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After Speaking out About George Floyd's Death, 'Property Brother' Jonathan Scott Gives to Four Nonprofits
"I shall use my voice, my platform and my vote to affect lasting change."
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Ryan says he filed for divorce from his wife of four-and-a-half years, Danielle, because he claims she worked as a sugar baby, had an affair, and engaged in sexually deviant behavior for money. However, Ryan claims he withdrew the divorce once Danielle told him that her behavior was linked to childhood abuse. Ryan claims he didn’t buy his wife’s excuse and insisted she take a polygraph test. Even though Danielle admits to being a sugar baby and cheating on Ryan, she says she never “prostituted” herself. She claims Ryan made up that and other spiteful lies in an attempt to have their 2-year-old daughter taken from her. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Dr. Phil, please solve our conflict!
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Young white men with long guns at George Floyd protests likely affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo
Some gun-toting men affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo offer protection. Others seek to incite violence between police and demonstrators.