I was lucky to have a weekend in Vienna, Austria on this trip and spent the day walking around and taking photos. I went out with my Infrared camera ready to capture some memories. I saw this mime dressed as Beethoven or an old school Venetian? He was entertaining and took pictures with many people.
Knows how to work the system, said Norma Ventris, a long time businesswoman and West Valley School District board member. Has garnered a great deal of respect. Critics aren shedding any tears. When are you going to tell them to liberate black people in America?”But following a night of civil unrest across the country, the president Saturday morning again threatened violent retaliation against protesters.Hundreds of people gathered outside the White House Friday night to protest Floyd’s killing and the president’s response, and amid boiling conflict Trump took to Twitter and goaded the protesters writing that if the demonstration had escalated, “that’s when people would have been really badly hurt” threatening to sick the “most vicious dogs” and turn the “most ominous weapons” against them, even seeming to revel in the idea that “many Secret Service agents just waiting for action.”The president also, after threatening to use lethal force if protests escalated, appeared to urge pro Trump demonstrators to show up to the White House on Saturday night, tweeting: “Tonight, I understand, is MAGA NIGHT AT THE WHITE HOUSE???” A move that many in response have pointed out could lead to escalated tensions.Trump’s comments are the latest example of the president’s tendency to seemingly pour gasoline on flaming racial tensions. In 2017, after the massive white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president said there is “blame on both sides,” leading to widespread condemnation that he was blustering racist groups.And last summer, Trump told a group of four American congresswomen of color to “go back” to where they came from, a comment that ignited condemnation from Democrats and Republicans.And as protests rage over Floyd’s killing, which many Americans decry as the latest example of police brutality against African Americans, the president’s history of urging law enforcement to use excessive force is facing renewed scrutiny. During a 2017 speech to law enforcement officers, the president urged against protecting the heads of suspected gang members when putting them in police cars.”I think this is an opportune time to really show African Americans that they’re trying to engage that they understand the grievances of the overall community, and what not a better time to showcase that than when the community is grieving about injustices,” political strategist Shermichael Singleton told ABC News.PHOTO: President Donald Trump walks to Marine One after speaking to the press before departing the White House, on May 30, 2020, in Washington, DC.