First 'Juneteenth National Independence Day' Marked By Mob Violence, Mass Shootings, Public Executions & Attacks On Police | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

First 'Juneteenth National Independence Day' Marked By Mob Violence, Mass Shootings, Public Executions & Attacks On Police

America's first "National Independence Day" was marked by widespread violence and chaos breaking out at Juneteenth celebrations in California, Illinois, South Carolina, New Jersey, Indiana and Colorado.

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I was wondering about "Juneteenth" already, what's up with...

George

... celebrating the 4th of July two weeks early. Shrugged it off with 'whatever'. So some people got worked up so much about this that they shot each other? I'm starting to wonder if it's time to rotate the "Lunatic Asylum" sign in front of that building a 180. ("It's more lunatic outside.")

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