Prominent civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a sharp rebuke of police brutality in his eulogy at the funeral of Daunte Wright Thursday, calling Wright a "prince" who didn't deserve to die.Why it matters: Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, died on April 11 after police pulled him over for a traffic stop and shot him 10 miles from the scene of George Floyd's death. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Footage of the deadly encounter circulated online and led to mass protests in the Minneapolis suburb. Wright's mother said he called her just before he was shot, telling her he had been pulled over because of an air freshener hanging from his rearview mirror, a traffic violation in Minnesota.Police said the young father was pulled over for having expired license plate tags.What he's saying: People came from "all over the country because you hurt one of our princes," Sharpton said. "[Police] thought he was just some kid with air freshener. He was a prince!" "I don't care how much settlement they're given," he said, referring to the families of Black people killed by police. "You can never fill the hole in their hearts that was caused for no reason."Now, activists have come to Minneapolis "as the air fresheners of Minnesota ... to get the stench of police brutality out of the atmosphere," Sharpton said."The time has come for police to understand they're not above the law ... and if you can't live up to the badge, don't take the oath and put it on."Watch the video from Fox 9. Left to right: Aubrey Wright, father of Daunte Wright; Rev. Al Sharpton; Katie Wright, mother of Daunte Wright; Diamond Wright, sister of Daunte Wright; and attorney Ben Crump give remarks during Daunte Wright's funeral at the Shiloh Temple International Ministries. Photo: Brandon Bell via Getty Images Courteney Ross, George Floyd's girlfriend, arrives at the Shiloh Temple International Ministries for Wright's funeral. Ross had taught Wright at Edison High School. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images A painting at Daunte Wright's funeral. Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty ImagesLike this article? Get more from Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.

Sounds like Sharpton is advocating for violence against law enforcement and starting and insurrection.

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Video footage reportedly captured in the town of Stillwater, Minnesota shows a man being detained in his own neighborhood by

They better! She will whoop all dey asses.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is preparing to introduce a resolution calling for the expulsion of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)

Hell ya!

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(ZEROHEDGE) – A powerful explosion has rocked the Enaex acid plant, which is located south of Calama, Chile, on Friday afternoon, according to Chilean news Meganoticias. Enaex is the largest producer of explosive-grade ammonium nitrate in Latin America. The incident occurred within the acid plant where nitroglycerin is stored. At the moment, the official number…

Better let them move to the U.S.

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Censorship is not freedom of speech.  It is the opposite. This is something that never was fixed when the Republicans held the Presidency, the House, and the Senate.  Wonder why?  Big Tech has been targeting and censoring conservatives for years.  These actions, which many believe are criminal and corrupt, hurt conservatives and prevent their messages…

Get On Gab!

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Washington is littered with strategies covering everything from cyber, nuclear, and space to a national strategy to promote the health of honey bees. Some strategies get more attention than others, with a nexus to the National Security Strategy a fast track to prominence. Will the NSS get serious about women, peace and security?

Remember, women can't be war mongers. Just ask Hillary.

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After Argentina legalized abortion, the abortion activist's death is the first recorded since the pro-abortion law was passed at the end of 2020.

God laughs.

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Lt. Caron Nazario had been pulled over in rural Virginia by the two officers, who repeatedly demanded that he step out of the vehicle. Nazario said he was afraid to get out, to which Gutierrez replied: “You should be.” Within minutes, Nazario was pepper-sprayed, struck in the knees to force him to the ground and handcuffed.

Fuck with the bull, get the horns.

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The family of Daunte Wright -- the Black motorist shot and killed by a Minnesota police officer during an arrest attempt last weekend -- sees a manslaughter charge filed against the officer as a "good initial step" toward justice, a lawyer for the relatives said Thursday.

What was Wright's warrant for again?

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Authorities released body-worn camera footage that shows an officer making a split-second decision to fire a single shot that killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo after the boy is seen holding a handgun at the end of a foot chase, according to police.

CNN should post the kid's gangbanger pics.

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