A Minneapolis teen who documented George Floyd’s fatal encounter with police officers is slated to receive a national courage award for the video, which reignited global conversations about police brutality and systemic racism. By the time Darnella...
Ian Miles CheongThe teenager who captured the footage of George Floyd's death is to receive a National Courage Award, despite omitting much of the action that happened before his death from her viral video that prompted riots in the summer.
We are learning more about Walter Wallace Jr., the man who was shot by Philadelphia police on Monday, and protesters who clashed with officers in the wake of the shooting.
Ian Miles CheongThis is the man Black Lives Matter is destroying a city for. Walter Wallace Jr. was a convicted felon who pointed a gun at a woman’s head. He also threatened to shoot another woman.
He was just violent. He didn’t have a history of mental illness.
Tell the Truth is Human Events News’ press analysis series. These stories will focus on “news” being reported by either The New York Times, The Washington Post, ABC News, NBC News, or CBS News. Despite 24-hour cable broadcasts, and an untold number...
Ian Miles CheongWashington Post & Other MSM Outlets Dredge Up Old Border News. Why?