A protester out on the streets of Charlotte on Wednesday night to draw attention to the shooting of Keith Scott ran into a local Fox reporter who questioned why she felt it was important to put herself in danger as police and fellow protesters faced off with each other.
What he got what a brutal lesson in what it is like to be black in America.
“Black people get shot everyday, right?” the unidentified woman began. “It’s okay for them, right? It’s okay for our fathers and our brothers not to come home, right?
“May I ask you one question: why you are here?” Fox reporter Steve Harrigan said. “If a man was shot about fifty yards over there, and we don’t know by who, why are you here?”
“Why am I here? Because I serve a purpose, sir. Because my father serves a purpose, my brother serves a purpose.” she exclaimed. “I’m here, because guess what? I’m here, I’m in school, I’m in my car. Okay, you said a man got shot over here, right? So you basically said why would I put myself in danger? Because I could be at work, in school, in my car — I could still get shot by the police!”
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Doctors and nurses suffer near-impossible conditions in a defunded health system
The doctor who said this continues to show up daily, caring for patients in need. Her health — and that of millions of other doctors, nurses, their families and the patients they care for — is put at risk when our leaders de-fund the health system that protects us all. She and other front line health workers, covering extra shifts and working overtime in this historic pandemic, tap into reserves of strength and resilience in hopes that the long overdue staff, equipment, space and systems arrive before the cases of COVID-19 surge out of control.
Trump’s Fox and Friends COVID-19 interview devolves into a mad rant — here are the 6 craziest moments
President Donald Trump called into "Fox & Friends" on Monday morning to discuss his administration's work on handling the coronavirus pandemic -- but it quickly devolved into an angry rant in which he attacked his political foes.
During the lengthy hour-long interview, the president frequently drifted off topic to make outlandish statements about the media, the Democratic Party, and even the history of American foreign policy, among other topics.
Wimbledon to be cancelled this week, German tennis official claims
The vice-president of the German tennis federation has predicted that Wimbledon will be cancelled on Wednesday and slammed the French Tennis Federation for moving the French Open to the autumn.
Dirk Hordorff told French sports daily L'Equipe that he expects Wimbledon, scheduled for June 29-July 12, to be scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"This is not a rumor, they will announce that they are cancelling Wimbledon," he said.
In a move that surprised the tennis world, French Open organisers have already postponed their tournament and moved it to start on September 20, instead of May 24.