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WATCH: Violence breaks out at right-wing Patriot Prayer event in Seattle

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Violence broke out at the University of Washington’s Red Square on Saturday afternoon as counter-protesters clashed with members of “Freedom Rally” being held by the right-wing group Patriot Prayer.

UW College Republicans invited the group to speak on campus. Activists claim Patriot Prayer is associated with the alt-right, but they group insists it’s opposed to racism and white nationalism.

“Patriot Prayer is teaming up with University of Washington Republicans to encourage conservatives to stand up for freedom in a far-left University,” organizers wrote on Facebook.

Several fights broke out during the event.

According to local media, police took multiple people into custody and tried to keep the opposing sides separated with bikes and other barriers.

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A Pentagon contractor has been charged with threatening to kill a U.S. Congresswoman over a bill that would require all public schools receiving federal funds to ensure all children are vaccinated.

The Daily Beast reports the court filing does not name the lawmaker, but they have determined it is Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL). It says Darryl Albert Varnum of Westminster, Maryland is the person named in the criminal complaint filed in federal court.

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A proposal to start impeachment hearings that failed in the House on Wednesday led Donald Trump to optimistically proclaim that his presidency is safe at his North Carolina rally last night. But his proclamation has some White House officials worried the president really believes he is out of the woods.

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In response to Keith's question, Trump 2020 communications director Tim Murtaugh not only refused to disavow the chants, but then took the opportunity to attack the entire Democratic Party for being aligned with "socialism."

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