A video released on Twitter early Sunday morning is said to show a white woman at the scene of a fire at an Atlanta Wendy’s.
According to media reports, the Wendy’s where 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks was killed by police was set on fire during Saturday night’s protests.
KHOU reported that the Wendy’s blaze began as a dumpster fire before spreading to the restaurant.
Video shared on social media, purportedly shows a white woman contributing to the fire inside the restaurant.
“Look at white girl trying to set shit on fire,” someone narrating the video says. “Look at white girl trying to burn down a Wendy’s.”
“This wasn’t us,” he adds. “This wasn’t us.”
Watch the video below.
— 🇺🇸Maggie VandenBerghe 🇺🇸 (@FogCityMidge) June 14, 2020
‘I don’t see any hands’: Awkward silence after CNN asks undecided voter panel if Trump won debate
A panel of undecided voters unanimously told CNN on Thursday that President Donald Trump did not win the final presidential debate of 2020.
"Who thinks Donald Trump won this debate?" CNN's Gary Tuchman asked the panel of North Carolina voters following the debate.
"I don't see any hands. That's a zero," the reporter added following an awkward moment of silence.
In all, nine voters said that Democratic nominee Joe Biden came out ahead, while two voters believed it was a draw.
Watch the video below from CNN.
Trump adviser lashes out at masks: ‘People around him have their masks on… he still got COVID’
Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller asserted over the weekend that masks don't work because President Donald Trump was infected with COVID-19.
Miller made the remarks during an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.
"Why does the president continue to hold these rallies where thousands of people are packed together, the vast majority of them without masks?" Wallace asked. "Why doesn't the president follow his administration's own guidelines at his rallies?"
"I encourage everyone who is attending a Trump rally to put the mask on," Miller replied. "But look, as we get close to the election, people don't want to be living in fear in their basements."
WATCH: Trump backer flails as she gets called out by CNN host for defending president’s conspiracy mongering
Appearing on CNN to talk about Donald Trump's waffling when asked about QAnon during his NBC town hall on Thursday night, a regular defender of the president tried to brush off concerns about the president's penchant for promoting conspiracy theories he thinks might help his re-election -- and was promptly called out by CNN host Jim Sciutto.
Speaking to Sciutto and co-host Poppy Harlow, Washington Examiner correspondent Salena Zito -- who has been accused of making up quotes from Trump supporters to flesh out her stories -- was asked about the president's controversial comments and tweets.