A Chicago woman went on a 15-minute rant in a Chicago Michael's arts and craft store on November 23, 2016, claiming that two store clerks, who were black, descriminated against her because she was a white Trump supporter. The unidentified woman calls the clerks "animals" and "liars," while suggesting a white woman who was recording the incident with her cell phone had a "pathetic" life and that her child was a thief.
The blowback from the egregiously irresponsible reporting of most mainstream media outlets about the context-less viral video of the boys from Kentucky's Covington Catholic High School "harassing" and "threatening" a Native American protester could include some legal headaches for some ... -- https://www.dailywire.com
Hollywood actress Jamie Lee Curtis apologized on Twitter for rushing to judge the viral video showing high school student Nick Sandmann wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat and appearing to smirk while a crowd of other teens laughed ... -- https://www.foxnews.com
On Monday night, Twitter suspended an account called "@2020Fight" -- an account which appears to be largely responsible for making the now infamous video of a confrontation between Covington Catholic High School students and a Native American protester go viral. -- https://www.dailywire.com
The Kentucky high school whose students are at the center of a viral video controversy following last week’s March for Life Rally says it will stay closed Tuesday for safety precautions. -- https://www.foxnews.com
“I made a snap judgment based on a photograph & I know better than to judge a book by its cover.”
Jamie Lee Curtis admitted Sunday she rushed to judge the viral video showing high school student... -- https://www.facebook.com
"I have big tits" A writer for "Saturday Night Live" on Monday offered oral sex to anyone who would assault a high schooler who recently faced-off with a Native American activist in a viral video. Sarah Beattie, -- https://pluralist.com
Louisville public relations firm RunSwitch PR confirmed helping Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann and his family after viral video's backlash -- https://www.courier-journal.com
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