Police conspire with insurrectionists; Google breaks its promise; DeSantis goes on Twitter; Target pulls Pride merch — NEWS ROUNDUP
This week we learned that police officers helped the insurrectionists, and that Google never stopped collecting data on visits to abortion centers like they said they would. Target pulled Pride merch to protect its employees from violent exhibitionists, and Ron DeSantis congratulated himself on Twitter (in between server crashes).
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