Friday Focus: Jerusalem, Inauguration Rioters Not Guilty & More

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Friday Focus: As we wind down before the Christmas holiday, here’s a look at some of the trending news items that dropped in the last 48 hours.

Friday Focus Highlights:

  • Business as usual at the United Nations – The U.S. recognition of Jerusalem is denounced in vote.
  • Six of the more than 200 charged with felony rioting and property damage were let off the hook by a judge yesterday.
  • Rolling stone settles the UVA rape hoax story.
  • The sexual accusations in media and Hollwood are still flying.
  • Trump Signs Tax Bill.

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Jerusalem Vote Related:

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Six activists who were arrested while protesting on Inauguration Day as part of the “J20,” or Jan. 20, protests were each facing five felony charges of destruction of property and two misdemeanor counts of engaging in a riot.

Jennifer Armento, Oliver Harris, Brittne Lawson, Michelle Macchio, Christina Simmons and Alexei Wood were protesting President Trump’s inauguration.
Judge Lynn Leibovitz earlier this month dismissed the more serious charges of inciting a riot.

The defendants were acquitted Thursday after a four-week trial.

ACCUSATION AVALANCHE

MEDIA BIAS

POLITICS

OBAMA: SCANDAL FREE

SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS

TECH CULTS

FRIDAY FOCUS: AMERICAN LENS TOP STORIES

FRIDAY FOCUS: LUNCHTIME LINKS RECAP

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A.P. Dillon is a Co-Founder and Managing Editor of American Lens and is the founder the popular North Carolina based blog, LadyLiberty1885.com. ​A.P. Dillon has been a contributor at Breitbart, IJ Review, DaTechGuy Blog, Civitas Institute and The Heartland Institute. Her writing has been cited by Conservative Review, The Gateway Pundit, The Daily Caller, PJ Media, The Blaze, Michelle Malkin, Twitchy, Truth In American Education, Breitbart and FOX news. She has been a leading voice of Common Core opposition in North Carolina since 2011.