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Andrew Pollack, grieving Parkland father, ripped for 'Trump 2020' shirt: 'Blood on his hands'

The Washingon Times

A photograph of a grieving father in Parkland, Florida, whose daughter was one of the 17 people killed Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, brought out the worst of Twitter after he was pictured wearing a pro-President Trump shirt. Andrew Pollack got the unspeakable news Wednesday evening that his 18-year-old daughter Meadow Pollack, a senior who planned to attend Lynn University for college, had been killed in the worst school shooting since 2012’s Sandy Hook massacre. Before he got the news, Mr. Pollack waited for hours outside the emergency room at Broward Health North, desperately trying to locate his daughter. The Palm Beach Post snapped a photo of the frantic father holding up a picture of his daughter on his cell phone. Post reporter Alexandra Seltzer tweeted the photo of Mr. Pollack Thursday morning and received more than 1,500 replies, many of them outraged at the father’s choice in clothing: He was wearing a “Trump 2020: Making America Great Again!” T-shirt. Here is Andrew Pollack yesterday showing a photo of his daughter Meadow. At that time he was searching for her. Today he said “she’s gone.” #stonemanshootingpic.twitter.com/MJcuCNttt8 — Alexandra Seltzer (@alexseltzer) February 15, 2018 Is that, no it can’t be….. no, it is…. blood on his hands. — JohnT (@Mtbbmet) February 15, …

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Nancy MacLean, Duke professor, says founders of libertarianism seem to be on the 'autism spectrum'

The Washingon Times

A Duke University professor is facing backlash after she suggested during a discussion about her 2017 book “Democracy in Chains” that many of the founders of libertarianism seemed to be on the “autism spectrum.” Nancy MacLean, a professor of history and public policy at the Durham, North Carolina institution made the offending comments last week at New York City’s Unitarian Church of All Souls, the school’s student newspaper, The Chronicle, reported Wednesday. She was answering an individual’s question about the motives of the late economist and libert…

Wayne State student suspended amid reports he brandished knife, threatened immigrants

The Washingon Times

A Wayne State University student has been suspended pending a police investigation after he was accused of pulling out a knife and threatening immigrants Tuesday. A video posted by the Detroit Free Press showed a man wearing a “Trump-Pence 2020” T-shirt, who identified himself as Earl Johnson, talking to several members of the pro-immigrant rights group By Any Means Necessary, where they had set up a table in the Detroit campus’ State Hall. “He came up, he had his Trump shirt on, and opened his jacket to show his shirt, and pulled out his knife to show us, and he was sa…

Megyn Kelly: 'NRA is too powerful,' 'politicians are too weak'

The Washingon Times

NBC host Megyn Kelly delivered an impassioned monologue Thursday morning criticizing Congress for failing to pass gun control reform in the wake of mass shootings. “We haven’t done virtually anything,” the former Fox News host said. “We all know what is about to happen right now, don’t we? We’re going to say how sorry and shocked and sad we are, and then we’re going to move on without doing anything. And then we’ll express how sorry and shocked and sad we are at the next one. And the one after that. Does anyone really think that we are going to d…

McDonald's employee fired for verbally attacking Illinois state trooper

The Washingon Times

A McDonald’s restaurant employee in Normal, Illinois, was fired this week after cursing at a Illinois State Police officer, the franchise owner said Tuesday. The incident gained attention on Facebook Monday after a woman named Tammy Weiland wrote that her sister Tracy, a uniformed Illinois state trooper driving a squad car, ordered lunch that day in the drive-thru at the North Main Street McDonald’s in Normal, the Decatur-based Herald & Review reported. “When she went to pay, the girl said to her, “I just have to say this to u. [Expletive] the police!” the pos…