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Colorado police release bodycam footage that shows the moment officers fatally shot a 19-year-old armed thug as he ran away
Video shows Colorado Springs officers talking to De'Von Bailey and another man
One cop tells the men they are about to be searched for a gun when Bailey runs
Officer can be heard yelling 'hands up!' three times before firing multiple times
The video shows police finding a gun in Bailey's shorts after he falls to ground
Family attorney Mari Newman characterized the shooting as an 'execution' based on the video and reports of witnesses she did not name
Darold Killmer, another family lawyer, said Thursday that he believes officer used excessive force, and Bailey 'was doing everything in his power ... to get away'

Colorado police release bodycam footage that shows the moment officers fatally shot a 19-year-old armed thug as he ran away
Video shows Colorado Springs officers talking to De'Von Bailey and another man
One cop tells the men they are about to be searched for a gun when Bailey runs
Officer can be heard yelling 'hands up!' three times before firing multiple times
The video shows police finding a gun in Bailey's shorts after he falls to ground
Family attorney Mari Newman characterized the shooting as an 'execution' based on the video and reports of witnesses she did not name
Darold Killmer, another family lawyer, said Thursday that he believes officer used excessive force, and Bailey 'was doing everything in his power ... to get away'

Aztlán (from Nahuatl languages: Aztlān, Nahuatl pronunciation: [ˈast͡ɬaːn] (About this soundlisten)) is the ancestral home of the Aztec peoples. Aztecah is the Nahuatl word for "people from Aztlan". Aztlan is mentioned in several ethnohistorical sources dating from the colonial period, and each of them give different lists of the different tribal groups who participated in the migration from Aztlan to central Mexico, but the Mexica who went on to found Mexico-Tenochtitlan are mentioned in all of the accounts. Historians have speculated about the possible location of Aztlan and tend to place it either in northwestern Mexico or the southwest US, although there are doubts about whether the place is purely mythical or represents a historical reality.

Dustin Hice sued Lemon Sunday for a "demeaning, unprovoked and offensive assault" that allegedly took place at Murf’s Backstreet Tavern in Sag Harbor in July 2018.

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A CNN spokesperson told USA TODAY that, "Don categorically denies these claims."

"The plaintiff in this lawsuit has previously displayed a pattern of contempt for CNN on his social media accounts," the statement said Tuesday. "This claim follows his unsuccessful threats and demands for an exorbitant amount of money from Don Lemon."

In the lawsuit, Hice said he encountered Lemon, 53, at the tavern when he went out for drinks with friends following his shift at The Old Stove Pub. Hice said he offered to buy the TV host a vodka drink called a "Lemon Drop" but Lemon declined.

Hice alleges that Lemon approached him later that night, where the assault took place.

"(Lemon) put his hand down the front of his own shorts, and vigorously rubbed his genitalia, removed his hand and shoved his index and middle fingers into (Hice's) mustache and under (Hice's) nose," reads the lawsuit, obtained by Mediaite.

Hice claims Lemon proceeded to ask questions about his sexual preferences, saying, "Do you like (vagina) or (penis)?" The lawsuit added, "While saying this, Mr. Lemon continued to shove his fingers into (Hice's) face with aggression and hostility."

As a result of the attack, Hice said he suffered "severe emotional stress and loss of future earnings and opportunities." He's suing Lemon for unspecified damages.

Hice added in the suit that the "CNN Tonight" host is not a "staunch advocate for the 'Me Too'" that he saw on television.

"When the cameras are turned off … Mr. Lemon’s actions are in stark and disturbing contrast to the public persona he attempts to convey," the lawsuit reads.

arine Le Pen attacked on stage by ‘topless’ woman with bunch of flowers – after violent street clashes between protesters and cops
The French right-wing leader addressed some 5,000 Front National supporters at the Zenith concert hall in Paris today

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17 Apr 2017, 23:46Updated: 18 Apr 2017, 21:29
MARINE Le Pen was attacked on stage by a topless woman with with a bunch of flowers as her campaign rally was marred by protesters throwing missiles at police.

The French right-wing leader addressed around 5,000 Front National (FN) supporters at the Zenith concert hall in the north of the city this afternoon, ahead of the upcoming presidential elections.

In Latest Gaffe, Biden Claims He was Vice President During 2018 Parkland Shooting
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It seems Joe Biden can’t escape the gaffe curse. The frontrunner to become the Democratic presidential candidate told reporters in Iowa on Saturday that “those kids in Parkland came up to see me when I was vice president.” But when they went to Capitol Hill, lawmakers were “basically cowering, not wanting to see them. They did not want to face it on camera.” The problem with this tale? The shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead took place in 2018, more than a year after Biden left the White House.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Several were arrested Saturday after protesters against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had partially blocked the West Side Highway in Manhattan, the NYPD said.

Commuters should expect road closures 12th Avenue and West 22nd Street. The West Side Highway and West 26th Street have since reopened.

Video shows dozens of demonstrators sitting in the middle of the highway, linking arms and chanting, "ICE lurks here."

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Demanding an end to ICE’s terrorizing of immigrant communities and to all detention and separation of families at the border.#ShutDownICE #DignityNotDetention

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Some held signs that read "close the camps" and "ICE hides here."

Video shows a heavy NYPD presence as an automated voice advises protesters to move to the sidewalks.

"You are unlawfully in the roadway and obstructing vehicular traffic. You are ordered to leave the roadway," the automated command repeats.

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Happening NOW!!! @CosechaMovemen and allies blocking the west side highway.

Demanding an end to ICE’s terrorizing of immigrant communities and to all detention and separation of families at the

Eric Garner chokehold cop 'did nothing wrong', NYPD union says: President slams judge's 'horrendous' recommendation to fire Daniel Pantaleo for the 2014 death and claims it is 'taking away police power'
Police Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch has slammed a judge’s recommendation to fire Officer Daniel Pantaleo over the death of Eric Gardner
Lynch urged the department’s commissioner to ignore administrative judge Rosemary Maldonado’s guidance, calling it an infringement on police rights
He went on to call the recommendation ‘horrendous’, adding that it would be a grave mistake for Police Commissioner James O’Neill to follow it
Pantaleo’s lawyer, Stuart London, also joined Lynch of stage and expressed his client’s ‘disappointment’ over Maldonado’s opinion
London say’s Pantaleo intends to ‘keep fighting’ and remains ‘quietly optimistic’ that he will retain his job within the department
Eric Garner died after Pantaleo put him in a chokehold during a 2014 arrest. The unarmed black man uttered, 'I can't breathe,' times before he passed out

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Why did Connor Betts shoot his sister? The mystery of Dayton shooting solved!
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Police worked Monday to pin down why a 24-year-old gunman killed nine people, including his sister, in a weekend shooting rampage in a popular nightlife area in Dayton, Ohio.

Connor Betts, who was wearing a mask and body armor when he opened fire in the bustling Oregon District early Sunday, was armed with an AR-15-style rifle. If all of the magazines he had with him were full, which hasn't been confirmed, he would have had a maximum of 250 rounds, said Police Chief Richard Biehl.

"It is fundamentally problematic. To have that level of weaponry in a civilian environment is problematic," Biehl added.

Betts' rampage was the second mass shooting in the U.S. over the weekend, both leaving a total of 31 people dead and more than 50 injured.

Of the more than 30 people injured in Ohio, at least 14 had gunshot wounds; others were hurt as people fled, city officials said. Eleven remained hospitalized Monday, Fire Chief Jeffrey Payne said.

Still unknown is whether Betts targeted any of the victims, including his 22-year-old sister, Megan, the youngest of the dead.

"It seems to just defy believability he would shoot his own sister, but it's also hard to believe that he didn't recognize it was his sister, so we just don't know," Biehl said.

While the gunman was white and six of the nine killed were black, police said the speed of the rampage made any discrimination in the shooting seem unlikely. It all happened within 30 seconds, before police officers stationed nearby fatally shot Betts.

Any attempt to suggest a motive so early in the investigation would be irresponsible, the police chief said.

Betts had no apparent criminal record as an adult. Ohio law bars anyone convicted of a felony as an adult, or convicted of a juvenile charge that would have been a felony if they were 18 or older, from buying firearms.

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Crime Rates
• Blacks are seven times more likely than people of other races to commit murder, and eight times more likely to commit robbery.
• When blacks commit crimes of violence, they are nearly three times more likely
than non-blacks to use a gun, and more than twice as likely to use a knife.
• Hispanics commit violent crimes at roughly three times the white rate, and
Asians commit violent crimes at about one quarter the white rate.
• The single best indicator of violent crime levels in an area is the percentage of
the population that is black and Hispanic.
Interracial Crime
• Of the nearly 770,000 violent interracial crimes committed every year involving blacks and whites, blacks commit 85 percent and whites commit 15 percent.
• Blacks commit more violent crime against whites than against blacks. Fortyfive percent of their victims are white, 43 percent are black, and 10 percent are
Hispanic. When whites commit violent crime, only three percent of their victims are
black.
• Blacks are an estimated 39 times more likely to commit a violent crime against
a white than vice versa, and 136 times more likely to commit robbery.
• Blacks are 2.25 times more likely to commit officially-designated hate crimes
against whites than vice versa.
Gangs
• Only 10 percent of youth gang members are white.
• Hispanics are 19 times more likely than whites to be members of youth gangs.
Blacks are 15 times more likely, and Asians are nine times more likely.
Incarceration
• Between 1980 and 2003 the US incarceration rate more than tripled, from 139
to 482 per 100,000, and the number of prisoners increased from 320,000 to 1.39
million.
• Blacks are seven times more likely to be in prison than whites. Hispanics are
three times more likely.

Patrick Crusius was identified as the suspect in the shooting at Walmart near Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso, Texas, by the Washington Examiner. Crusius, 21, is from the Dallas/Fort Worth area and is currently in police custody.

NBC News reports there were at least 19 people killed in the August 3 shooting with a further 40 injured. The exact number of injuries and deceased victims has not been officially confirmed. Police have also not officially confirmed the suspect’s name, saying at a press conference only that he is a white male in his 20s.

Police scanner traffic from the area suggested that Crusius was taken into custody about noon local time. The shooting began about 10 a.m., officials said. The FBI and ATF responded to the scene, alongside the El Paso Police Department and other state and local police departments.

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An elite D.C. girls’ school thought its founding nuns taught slaves to read. Instead, they sold them off for as much as they could.The cash-strapped nuns were desperate to sell their slaves.

It was the 1820s, and debt was piling up for Mother Agnes Brent, superior of the Georgetown Visitation Convent in Washington. The convent had broken ground on a new chapel, with stunningly poor timing — a few months after the country slumped into an economic collapse spurred by the Panic of 1819.

To fully fund the chapel’s construction, Brent needed money. Fast. Then came an unexpected boon: Relatives of two sisters had four spare slaves, two adults and two children, and offered them as a “gift” to Georgetown Visitation.

Still, Brent wanted to know: Did the mother have to come along with the children? And if she did, would the relatives please pay for her costlier room and board until she was sold?

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“If they are so young that they cannot be separated from the mother & the mother be given also, then we would have to request you to get a place for them, free of expense,” Brent wrote in a letter.

News broke yesterday that Rep. Elijah Cummings’ (D-MD) Baltimore home was nearly broken into over the weekend and instead of offering his support, President Trump decided to taunt the congressman.

The president’s first tweet of the day expressed the commander-in-chief’s apparent glee over Cummings’ misfortune.

“Really bad news! The Baltimore house of Elijah Cummings was robbed,” Trump tweeted. “Too bad!”

SPIN reached out to the White House for to ask if the president is indeed happy that a sitting congressman was the victim of a break-in.

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Really bad news! The Baltimore house of Elijah Cummings was robbed. Too bad!

GILROY GARLIC MASSACRE: cannibals gangbanging
A mass shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival on Sunday prompted immediate reaction from politicians including Gov. Gavin Newsom, who called the violence “horrific.”

a man and a woman sitting on a bench: Unidentified attendees react outside the scene of a shooting during the Gilroy Garlic Festival along Miller Avenue near Gilroy High School on July 28, 2019 in Gilroy, CA.
© Cody Glenn / Special To The Chronicle Unidentified attendees react outside the scene of a shooting during the Gilroy Garlic Festival along Miller Avenue near Gilroy High School on July 28, 2019 in Gilroy, CA.
“This is nothing short of horrific,” he said on Twitter. “Tonight, CA stands with the Gilroy community. My office is monitoring the situation closely. Grateful for the law enforcement’s efforts and their continued work as this situation develops.”

President Trump weighed in briefly shortly after the shooting, focusing on reports that police were pursuing a suspect.

“Law Enforcement is at the scene of shootings in Gilroy, California,” Trump tweeted. “Reports are that shooter has not yet been apprehended. Be careful and safe!”

California Sen. Kamala Harris, a Democrat who hopes to unseat Trump and has pushed for stronger gun control, said the country needed to do more to stop its “gun violence epidemic.”

“Simply horrific,” Harris said on Twitter. “I’m grateful to the first responders who are on the scene in Gilroy, and my thoughts are with that community tonight. Our country has a gun violence epidemic that we cannot tolerate.”

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Dublin, also sought to make a statement about the nation’s gun laws.

“My heart breaks for all of our Bay Area neighbors who attended the #GilroyGarlicFestival,” he tweeted. “We need gun reform and we need it now. #EnoughIsEnough.”

Among others who reacted on Twitter were Apple CEO Tim Cook, who said, “Deeply saddened by the news of the shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, a beloved community tradition in Northern California.”

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo tweeted, “Praying for lives and recoveries of each of the shooting victims at #GilroyGarlicFestival.”

Ole Miss frat brothers brought guns to an Emmett Till memorial. They’re not the first.
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For more than 50 years, nothing marked the remote spot in northwest Mississippi where 14-year-old Emmett Till’s body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River in 1955, after he was dragged from a relative’s home in the middle of the night and brutally lynched. So when a historical marker was placed there in 2007, as part of an effort to commemorate Till’s life and the way his murder became a catalyzing moment in the civil rights movement, it was seen as a sign of progress.

a man standing on a grass field posing for the camera: Three students from the University of Mississippi pose in front of a historical marker at the site where Emmett Till's body was found.
Three students from the University of Mississippi pose in front of a historical marker at the site where Emmett Till's body was found.
Then, people started showing up with weapons.

On Thursday, which would have been Till’s 78th birthday, a photograph circulated around the Internet, drawing outrage. It showed three white University of Mississippi fraternity brothers smiling as they posed in front of the sign with a shotgun and an AR-15. Originally posted on a private Instagram account, where it received 274 likes before being removed, it was made public by the Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting and ProPublica.

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The students have now been suspended from their fraternity and potentially face a civil rights investigation from the Justice Department, but they were not disciplined by Ole Miss because the incident took place off campus and did not violate the university’s code of conduct, the outlets reported.

In the Instagram post, the historical marker is riddled with bullet holes, though it’s impossible to tell whether the Ole Miss students fired the shots. For more than a decade, the sign has been subjected to nonstop vandalism, taxing the resources of the small nonprofit organization that put it there.

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“Our signs and ones like them have been stolen, thrown in the river, replaced, shot, replaced again, shot again, defaced with acid and have had KKK spray painted on them,” the Emmett Till Memorial Commission said in a statement Thursday. “The vandalism has been targeted and it has been persistent. Occasionally, the national news has picked up the story. More often, these acts have gone unnoticed and been the responsibility of our community to maintain.”

Within a year of the purple-and-white historical marker being erected, it was ripped down by vandals whose tire prints led to the riverbank. Authorities concluded that the marker had been dumped in the river, in an act with chilling parallels to Till’s own death: After dragging him from his bed in the middle of the night, his murderers shot him, tied a cotton gin fan to his neck with barbed wire and threw his body in the river.

A second sign was shot at 317 times before it, too, was replaced. Though it had been collecting bullet scars for years, it wasn’t until 2016 that a photo of the damage posted by a film student working on a documentary about Till’s life went viral, prompting donors to kick in more than $20,000 for a new sign. Yet, just 35 days after the replacement sign went up in 2018, a professor from nearby Delta State University discovered that it had been shot with four bullets. None of the vandals have ever been caught.

“These are easy targets, a low-risk outlet for racism,” Dave Tell, a communications professor at the University of Kansas and the author of “Remembering Emmett Till,” told the Clarion Ledger in 2016. Some people, he added, mistakenly see civil rights monuments as “a form of reverse discrimination, a threat to their own well-being.”

Other markers that commemorate Till have suffered a similar fate. In 2006, when a 38-mile stretch of Route 49 in Mississippi was dedicated in the Chicago teenager’s honor, the sign proclaiming it the “Emmett Till Memorial Highway” was promptly spray-painted with KKK graffiti.

“Our city is growing, working to bring racial harmony . . . and then we have some jackass come in and deface the sign,” state Sen. David Jordan, a Democrat who had worked to get the highway renamed, told the Greenwood Commonwealth newspaper at the time.

A historical marker in front of Bryant’s Grocery & Meat Market in Money, Miss., where a white storekeeper accused Till of whistling at her, was defaced in 2017 by vandals who removed its vinyl, literally erasing the story of Till’s death and the subsequent acquittal of the two men accused of murdering him.

“This time, it’s not someone with a shotgun or somebody trying to run over or tear down the sign,” Davis Houck, a rhetorical studies professor at

NYPD OFFICERS DOUSED WITH WATER
Gangbanger', 28, appears in court over Brooklyn water attack that left cops drenched
Alleged gang member appeared in court for soaking a police officer in Brooklyn
Courtney 'Killer Court' Thompson, 28, of the 'Fresh Gangstas' handed himself in for his alleged involvement in the Brownsville drenching incident on Saturday
Police in Harlem were also drenched during an attempted arrest Sunday
Commissioner James O'Neil took to Twitter on Wednesday to share three images of those wanted in connection with the alleged assault on two NYPD officers
Multiple videos show showing New Yorkers throwing buckets of water on police
One officer was struck over the head with a bucket thrown by one of the boys

MULLER HEARING AND WHY WE DON'T NEED POLITICIANS: democracy is as antiquated as the cotton gin

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Footage surfaces of Rashida Tlaib disrupting 2016 Trump economic speech and yelling that his supporters are 'crazy' as future president mocks her and claims 'the Bernie Sanders people had far more energy'
Rep. Rashida Tlaib was part of a group of 14 liberal activists who disrupted a Donald Trump speech during his 2016 campaign
The future president spoke about the economy in Detroit on August 8, 2016
Footage shows Tlaib screaming at Trump and being dragged out of the venue by Secret Service agents and Trump's private security detail
She yells 'You guys are crazy!' at Trump supporters as she gets the hook
Tlaib, a former state lawmaker at the time, would later go on to win a congressional election and vow to 'impeach the motherf***er' Trump
She is one of the four-woman 'squad' of first-term liberals who became celebrities when Trump told them to 'go back where they came from'

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CRAZY Rashida Tlaib disrupting 2016 Trump speech shout obscenities
Footage surfaces of Rashida Tlaib disrupting 2016 Trump economic speech and yelling that his supporters are 'crazy' as future president mocks her and claims 'the Bernie Sanders people had far more energy'
Rep. Rashida Tlaib was part of a group of 14 liberal activists who disrupted a Donald Trump speech during his 2016 campaign
The future president spoke about the economy in Detroit on August 8, 2016
Footage shows Tlaib screaming at Trump and being dragged out of the venue by Secret Service agents and Trump's private security detail
She yells 'You guys are crazy!' at Trump supporters as she gets the hook
Tlaib, a former state lawmaker at the time, would later go on to win a congressional election and vow to 'impeach the motherf***er' Trump
She is one of the four-woman 'squad' of first-term liberals who became celebrities when Trump told them to 'go back where they came from'

cannibal attempt murder in Queens NY. gun jams, runs
The gunman can be seen rushing up to his target with his gun drawn in the video
He tries to shoot the woman, 45, outside her Queens home but his weapon jams
The would-be assassin struggles to rack the gun's slide but it fails to fire again
The man ran off and a second camera captured his face as the covering slid off
New York cops are asking for info on the attempted shooting on Friday evening

A cliff jump by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his 6-year-old daughter was either an exhilarating adventure or an "irresponsible" parenting decision, depending on who watched the footage.

Tom Brady standing in front of a store: New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady cliff diving with his 6-year-old daughter Vivian scared some people.
© Maddie Meyer, Getty Images New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady cliff diving with his 6-year-old daughter Vivian scared some people.
Brady shared a video on Instagram of himself and daughter Vivian leaping from a cliff in Costa Rica during a recent vacation.

He captioned the post, "If Vivi is going to be an Olympic champion one day, it probably won’t be in synchronized diving." He added, "Daddy always gives her a 10 though!"

In the video, Brady asks his daughter, "Ready?" The two hold hands and Brady counts to three; Vivian hesitates before he jumps, and his daughter is pulled in after him.

The 41-year-old comments under the video, “I didn’t want to be the first Brady to fall off a cliff!”

The video shocked some, who thought Vivian, whose mom is Gisele Bündchen, could have swung too close to the rocks had Brady not been holding onto her.

Even Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson weighed in.

He wrote: "You KNOW I have complete faith in you as a man, friend, player and father – but this just gave me anxiety. Geeezus." He added a laughing/crying emoji and two applause emojis.

Others were more pointed in their criticism on Instagram.

"It looks like he yanked her like a rag doll," said one person. "That was scary."

Twitter user @DTCahill goes on a two-fisted attack of the leap, calling it "irresponsible."

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This irresponsible act follows Brady’s dimwitted wife posting pics of their children riding horses without helmets.

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Tom Brady DRAGS daughter off cliff after she hesitates before jump
The youngster wanted to jump off a waterfall with her father, but just seconds before making the leap, hesitated. Tom, 41, made the jump anyways.

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Still other fans likened what they saw to abuse.

"Bad parenting? His daughter almost broke her arm. NFL should consider punishment," wrote @newBsearl.

"Bruh she lucky she didn’t hit rock," wrote @BrisFrog.

Other fans balked at the criticism, some citing the height of the cliff.

"I don't see the big deal surrounding this," said @BassBass888.

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Much ado about nothing. Fun.

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I don't see the big deal surrounding this. Jees it wasn't much of a "Cliff" .

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One Twitter user said that people are sensitive these days and that father and daughter were OK.

"Relax people," wrote @activethinknet. "She was fine. And is fine. I can remember stuff like that back in the 60’s."

The 2019 Miss World America Michigan winner was stripped of her title because of comments she made on social media about Muslim women and black people, she said.

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According to ABC News, Miss World America told Kathy Zhu that her “offensive, insensitive and inappropriate” posts violated the organization's rules and conditions. Zhu shared Miss World America's emails to her on Twitter.

“Therefore, and effective immediately, MWA does not recognize you as a participant of any sort or in any capacity as it relates to any and all events of MWA,” the email read.

According to ABC News, one of the Twitter posts read, “Did you know that the majority of black deaths are caused by other blacks? Fix problems within your own community first before blaming others.”

The other read,” There is a ‘try a hijab on’ booth at my college campus. So you’re telling me that it’s now just a fashion accessory and not a religious thing? Or are you just trying to get women used to being oppressed under Islam?” That one was posted on World Hijab Day in 2018.

Both have been deleted.

Zhu is the vice chair of the University of Michigan's College Republicans group and she is a Donald Trump supporter. She said she was discriminated against by the organization and the tweets were "statistics and facts."

ABC News reached out to Miss World America for comment but did not get a response.

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