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Dallas PD Officer: I Forgive Browns RB Isaiah Crowell for His Anti-Cop Instagram Post

The president of a leading organization dedicated to supporting the families of North Texas first responders suffering death and grave injury on duty offered only three words for Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell after his social media post depicting a police officer getting his throat cut went viral: I forgive you.

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Texas Lt. Governor: ‘I Blame People on Social Media with Hatred Toward Police’

Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick said he blames people on social media with hatred toward police during a Fox News Channel interview Friday morning. The Lt. Governor made a passionate call for viewers to remember these are real people who were killed and wounded during the Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas.

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Anti-Cop Beyoncé Silent as Police Slaughtered in Her Native Texas

Pop queen Beyoncé was conspicuously silent Friday after gunmen shot and killed five police officers and wounded seven more at a Black Lives Matter protest in her native Texas, despite posting an impassioned plea for an end to police brutality just a few hours earlier.

According to a WFAA report, a Dallas, TX 7-Eleven had to …

Report: Dallas Convenience Store Looted After Attack

According to a WFAA report, a Dallas, TX 7-Eleven had to close early because of the chaos following the attack on police officers Thursday night that left five officers dead and several others injured. After the attack, police pushed crowds back,

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Meet the Leftist Reverend Behind the Dallas Black Lives Matter Protest

The lead organizer of the Dallas protest where snipers opened fire on police officers has made several disturbing comments on his social media. A Breitbart News review of Jeff Hood’s internet footprint revealed regular posts about the apocalypse, violent retribution to police, and Hood even recently posted about the 2013 death of a self proclaimed “social justice warrior” who committed suicide by lighting himself on fire in front of a shopping mall in Texas.

25 Nov 1999: Deion Sanders #21 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates on the field during the game against the Miami Dolphins at the Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Dolphins 20-3. Mandatory Credit: Ronald Martinez /Allsport

Deion Sanders Called a ‘House N—a’ after Tweeting ‘All Lives Matter’

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Deion Sanders took to Twitter to call for prayer and affirm that “all lives matter” in the wake of a massacre in his city that left five law enforcement officers dead and 12 people wounded at a Black Lives Matter march. But not everyone liked his message.