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Protests in relation to the redress of grievances .

On May 30, 2020, Minnesota’s Governor Tim Walsh stated that the overwhelming majority of protesters have been peaceful. His Lt. Governor fine-tuned the conversation, noting that there were detractors. He mentioned that anarchists and White Supremacists were fueling the flames with violence. These claims are corroborated by other…

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Patrick B. Cage is a Labor Lawyer, and Author. His recent book, “Profound Secrets of Jesus and His Inner Circle.” Is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Patrick B. Cage is a Labor Lawyer, and Author. His recent book, “Profound Secrets of Jesus and His Inner Circle.” Is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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