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The Weekend Watch: Monday June 27th

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Weekend Recap

We had a busy weekend so I figured I would fill you in, just in case you were too busy enjoying the summer to follow the going on’s around the world.

Hillary and Warren Shock Hearts And Minds In Ohio

Weekend

Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren will travel and speak together in Ohio starting on Monday. Warren has endorsed Clinton for president and many suspect she will be named as Hillary’s VP nomination. Although unlikely, Hillary is at least using Warren to peel off some of Bernie Sander’s supporters.

This come after a recent national poll showed Hillary Clinton beating Donald Trump 2 to 1.

Seven Stabbed As Californians Fight Hate Group

Weekend

A neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento ended in violence on Sunday as members of the white supremacist group and protesters clashed on the Capitol’s grounds. The fight left at least seven people stabbed and nine hospitalized with many others reporting injuries.

This comes just a few months after similar violence between KKK members holding a demonstration and their protesters in Anaheim, California.

The melee left the capitol grounds closed.

Hawaii Places All Gun Owners On National FBI Watchlist

Weekend

Late last week, the Governor of Hawaii signed into law a bill that requires all firearm owners to be registered in the FBI database and monitor them for any possible wrong doings in the country.

The law would also require anyone visiting the state and bringing a firearm to register as well which would allow them to be nationally tracked. The bill would also make you surrender your firearms if diagnosed with a mental, behavioral or emotional disorder.

Although it happened in a very liberal state, this is a major blow to gun rights activists around the country.

More Brexit Fallout

Weekend

Great Britain is still reeling from fallout after their positive vote to leave the European Union. The government has been working overtime to calm economic fears as the pound continues to fall.

It wasn’t just Britain affected. Estimates put the total lost revenue at over $2 trillion worldwide, with $1 trillion from the United States alone.

There are also rumors of Britain holding a second referendum as many voters have voiced regret and a want to undo their “protest vote”.

 

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