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David Edwards / Raw Story:
McEnany lectures Biden: 'It's the role of the president of the United States to stay back, to not inflame'  —  Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday blasted President Joe Biden for speaking out about the Derek Chauvin trial even though her former boss, Donald Trump, often expressed his opinion on similar events.
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Kevin Liptak / CNN:
Harris says verdict in Chauvin trial ‘will not heal the pain that existed for generations’  —  ‘We all want justice’: Kamala Harris weighs in on Chauvin trial  —  (CNN)Vice President Kamala Harris said Tuesday the country is hungry for justice following the death of George Floyd …
Benjamin Parker / The Bulwark:
Anti-Anti-Chauvinism  —  Conservative trolls are the REAL victims!  —  We all saw it.  It was captured on video.  It lasted nine interminable minutes.  It ignited our righteous indignation—an oil fire floating on an ocean of grief.  —  Most people felt this way about the video of the murder …
Discussion: CNN, ABC17NEWS and Twitchy
New York Times:
Derek Chauvin is found guilty of murdering George Floyd.  —  Derek Chauvin was found guilty of two counts of murder on Tuesday in the death of George Floyd, whose final breaths last May under the knee of Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, were captured on video …
Jake Dima / Washington Examiner:
Ilhan Omar says Derek Chauvin trial ‘feels like a closed case’  —  Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar said the contentious trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd, “feels like a closed case.”  —  “The case to me feels like a closed case …
New York Times:
Ex-Officer May Face 40 Years in Killing That Spurred Protests  —  Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, was found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.  The death of Mr. Floyd spurred the largest civil rights protests in decades.  —  Key Updates:
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
By bearing witness — and hitting ‘record’ — 17-year-old Darnella Frazier may have changed the world
Discussion: The Intercept
Alexa Mencia / KARE-TV:
Derek Chauvin trial: What happens when a jury is sequestered?
Star Tribune:
Who are the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial?
Sarah Kolinovsky / ABC News:
Biden says he's praying for ‘the right verdict’ in Chauvin trial
Marianna Sotomayor / Washington Post:
House rejects GOP attempt to censure Rep. Maxine Waters over remarks about Chauvin trial
Elisha Fieldstadt / NBC News:
George Floyd's brother says President Biden called his family to say he is praying for them
Adam Serwer / The Atlantic:
‘Anglo-Saxon’ Is What You Say When ‘Whites Only’ Is Too Inclusive  —  Last week, far-right Republican Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar distanced themselves from a proposal to create an America First Caucus, after a document bearing the group's name made reference to “Anglo-Saxon political traditions.”
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Politico:
Democratic leaders find a way to defuse conservatives' House floor sabotage  —  House Democratic leaders believe they've found a workaround to defuse weeks of delay tactics used by hard-line Republicans that have irked lawmakers in both parties and brought much of the chamber's floor action to a halt.
Discussion: Washington Examiner and Townhall
Politico:
GOP fails to censure Waters with nation on edge over Chauvin verdict
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Cheney: I didn't invite Trump to GOP retreat in Florida
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA and BizPac Review
Meridith McGraw / Politico:
Bolton puts out a poll to sandbag Trump  —  John Bolton, Donald Trump's former national security adviser turned outspoken critic, has commissioned a new poll to illustrate that the former president's grip on the Republican Party is loosening.  —  The poll, released on Tuesday morning …
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Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
McConnell vents over ‘fake news’  —  Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday vented about his “frustration” with media coverage of the Biden administration's exploration of expanding the number of seats on the Supreme Court.  —  McConnell chastised members of the Capitol press corps …
Discussion: Political Wire
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Sen. Chuck Grassley / Washington Examiner:
Packing the court strikes out independent judiciary
Discussion: Breitbart
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Ryan J. Reilly / HuffPost:
Feds Track Down Capitol Rioter With Facial Recognition Hit On His Girlfriend's Instagram  —  Stephen Chase Randolph was arrested in Kentucky.  Federal authorities say he told undercover agents it was “f**king fun” to be in the Capitol mob.  —  Federal authorities arrested a suspect …
Politico:
Matt Gaetz sparked William Barr to drop the f-bomb in a legal spat over Florida voting  —  Months before news broke that the feds were investigating him for sex trafficking, Rep. Matt Gaetz was at the center of a separate internal fight at the Justice Department.
Politico:
Trump's former aides say he whiffed on vaccination legacy  —  With more than half of adults in the country having received at least one shot of a Covid vaccine, Trump supporters remain stubbornly resistant to vaccination — and it's sparking a new round of questions over what role, if any …
Pam Belluck / New York Times:
Dementia Risk After Age 50 Increases With Less Sleep, Study Says  —  The research, tracking thousands of people from age 50 on, suggests those who sleep six hours or less a night are more likely to develop dementia in their late 70s.  —  Could getting too little sleep increase your chances of developing dementia?
Jonathan Edwards / Virginian-Pilot:
Norfolk fires police lieutenant who donated to accused vigilante Kyle Rittenhouse  —  NORFOLK — The second in command of the Norfolk Police Department's internal affairs unit has been fired after he made what the city manager called “egregious” comments praising Kyle Rittenhouse …
Discussion: HotAir
Kate Uesugi / American Humanist Association:
American Humanist Association Board Statement Withdrawing Honor from Richard Dawkins  —  Established in 1953, the Humanist of the Year Award is conferred annually by the American Humanist Association (AHA), recognizing the awardee as an exemplar of humanist values.
Isobel Lewis / The Independent:
Ted Nugent tests positive for coronavirus after calling pandemic a ‘scam’  —  Musician Ted Nugent has tested positive for coronavirus months after he said that the virus was “not a real pandemic”.  —  In his Christmas message shared on social media in December, Nugent called the worldwide crisis a …
Eric Umansky / ProPublica:
What Police Impunity Looks Like: “There Was No Discipline as No Wrongdoing Was Found”  —  To understand why police are so rarely held accountable for killings, you should know about Kawaski Trawick, and what didn't happen to the officer who shot him. … Whatever the jury ultimately decides …
Patricia McCormick / Washington Post:
The Girl in the Kent State Photo  —  In 1970, an image of a dead protester immediately became iconic.  But what happened to the 14-year-old kneeling next to him?  —  Last May, when Mary Ann Vecchio watched the video of George Floyd's dying moments, she felt herself plummet through time and space …
Jennifer Bendery / HuffPost:
GOP Congressman Made Emergency Calls To Police Just To See How Quickly They'd Come  —  Rep. Jeff Fortenberry's test of Capitol Police as they face actual threats is “reprehensible,” one officer said.  —  Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) made two false calls for emergency help from U.S. Capitol Police …
Shane Goldmacher / New York Times:
Dozen Megadonors Gave $3.4 Billion, One in Every 13 Dollars, Since 2009  —  A new study shows the role of the super rich in politics since the Supreme Court loosened restrictions on political spending more than a decade ago.  —  A dozen megadonors and their spouses contributed a combined $3.4 billion …
Discussion: Political Wire
Kristen Jordan Shamus / Detroit Free Press:
Sterling Heights couple among 334 statewide who got COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated  —  It was Easter morning when Nicole Pierson, 44, of Sterling Heights noticed her 20-month-old daughter, Emme, wasn't feeling well.  —  In the days that followed, Emme would go on to test positive for coronavirus …
Discussion: HotAir and Twitchy
 
 
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