This 1 Jun e 2020 video from the USA is called Police fire teargas at peaceful protesters in San Diego.
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
In the US American city of Minneapolis, a truck crashed at high speed into a group of protesters on a closed highway. According to the authorities, it was presumably an intentional action. … It is still being investigated how the truck could get on the highway.
Both the murder of Heather Heyer by a nazi driver in Charlottesville, Virginia and the attempted murder by Daniel Wenzek in California were inspired by ‘mainstream’ right-wing campaigns by the Rupert Murdoch empire and others encouraging drivers to violently attack Black Lives Matter and other activists with pro-crime slogans like ‘Black Lives Splatter’.
The NOS radio article continues:
Demonstrations are taking place in dozens of American cities. For the sixth day in a row, activists take to the streets after the death of a black detainee [George Floyd] from police brutality. Demonstrations are also underway in eg, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington. Curfews are in effect in at least 40 major cities, and the National Guard is on standby in 15 states.
After a tweet by the Washington, DC NOS correspondent, someone in the USA reacted:
Again, protests have also taken place near the White House. …
An unknown number of people have been arrested.
On the night from Friday to Saturday, when protesters also clashed with police at the White House, President Trump was taken to a bunker, several U.S. media report. He is said to have stayed in the White House bunker for about an hour, which was built to protect the President when, for example, a terrorist attack was committed.
Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker in 1945. As for terrorism: the Trump administration apparently does not consider neo-nazis to be terrorists; but it does consider anti-fascists to be so.
AP news agency reports based on its own data that at least 4100 people have been arrested in the past six days [for protesting against the police murder of George Floyd and against similar crimes]. …
Journalists who reported on the protests were also arrested or injured last weekend. According to investigative collective Bellingcat, several reporters became deliberately victims of police violence.
If even Bellingcat (pro-NATO, pro-establishment, not in any way ‘socialist’, ‘communist’ or ‘liberal’) says so…