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Tucker Carlson Guest Gives Out Maine Governor’s Phone Number During Interview, Urges Viewers to Call Her (VIDEO)

Rick Savage plans to open his restaurant on May 1 against state orders.

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A fed-up restaurant owner from Maine used his appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight to give out the Democratic Maine Gov. Janet Mills’ cellphone number.

Rick Savage plans to open his restaurant on May 1 against state orders.

Savage was a guest on Thursday night’s episode to discuss the fact that Maine has had a very low amount of coronavirus cases and how he does not believe they need to be under such extreme shut down orders. Mills recently extended the state’s coronavirus stay-at-home orders until May 31. As of the time the segment aired, Maine had 1,095 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 53 related deaths.

Savage said that he refused to comply and would be opening for business on Friday.

“If you don’t like it, take me to court,” he asserted. “And if they do take me to court I will save my tax money that I collect this month and I’ll use that to find a lawyer.”

At the end of his interview, he urged viewers to call the governor and complain.

“I really appreciate, Tucker, coming on, and I hope all of these restaurants will be able to open,” Savage said. “One further thing, I would love to share Janet Mills’s cellphone number with everybody, so they can give her a call directly because she’s got all the phones shut down. You can’t even call. It goes to voicemail. The lawmakers can’t even call her. They have to email her. She gets back to them, ‘Oh, thanks for that, I’ll get back to you soon.’ Here’s her phone number. It’s 207…”

Carlson attempted to interrupt his reading of the phone number, saying “wait, wait, wait. How about this? I may have cut you off. If our viewers are interested, it’s Sunday Riverbrew Pub in Bethel, Maine. Call and ask for a Rick Savage, and he’ll do it.”

Savage, however, lived up to his name and managed to get all the numbers out. He concluded the interview by calling for a revolution.

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At Least Seven Protesters Shot In Louisville As Attempt Was Made to Flip Police Vehicle

There has been riots across the nation over the death of a Minneapolis man in police custody on Monday.

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At least seven protesters have been shot in Louisville as an attempt was made to flip a police vehicle on Thursday evening.

It has been confirmed that one of them is critical, but the condition of the others is not yet known.

There has been violence, riots, looting, and arson across the nation as people protest the death of a Minneapolis man in police custody on Monday.

Rumors quickly circulated on Twitter that police had fire the shots, but the department has said that this was not true.

“There have been some arrests, but at this time we are not able to tell you how many as the situation is ongoing,” a statement from department spokeswoman Alicia Smiley to the Courier Journal said. “Information on those arrests will be available tomorrow through court records of the arrests.”

She added that police did not fire their weapons.

The Louisville protest was over a woman named Breonna Taylor who was shot by Louisville police in March during a raid at her home.

The family of Taylor has called for people to stop rioting and go home before more people get hurt.

“Louisville, thank you so much for saying Breonna’s name tonight. We are not going to stop until we get justice,” a woman says in a video tweeted by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. “But we should stop tonight before people get hurt. Please go home, be safe and be ready to keep fighting.”

Approximately 500 people marched through the streets before getting into a standoff with police.

“Meanwhile, live video from downtown Louisville around 12:30 a.m. shows some protesters behind makeshift wooden barricades, which appeared to be made out of picnic tables spray-painted with the words “You can’t kill us all.” Police in body armor and face shields held batons and lined up around Louisville City Hall. They appeared to fire rubber bullets and deploy tear gas canisters, fogging the air and inducing coughs among the remaining members of the crowd,” ABC7 reports.

The protest was ongoing after midnight on Friday morning.

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St. Paul Police: Over 170 Businesses Damaged and Looted During Thursday Riot

Many of them are small businesses that were already struggling due to the pandemic.

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The St. Paul Police Department has announced that over 170 businesses in the city were damaged or looted during the riot on Thursday.

The rioting began early in the afternoon and continued throughout the evening.

“As Thursday turns to Friday, our officers continue to work shoulder-to-shoulder with local, state, federal and fire partners to protect St. Paul,” the department tweeted. “More than 170 businesses damaged or looted. Dozens of fires. Thankfully, no reports of serious injuries. Calm on the horizon.”

The riot began when a group of 50 or 60 people attempted to loot a Target store in the Midway neighborhood. When police arrived, they reportedly dropped their stolen goods and ran down the street where they began to destroy other shops.

Many of them are small businesses that were already struggling due to the pandemic.

“Soon after, another group of people tried to ransack a Foot Locker store on University Avenue across the street. Police again intervened, resulting in a standoff between officers and the rioters,” Fox 9 reports.

Other stores that were targeted included Foot Locker and TJ Maxx.

During the riot, rocks, bricks and bottles of alcohol were thrown at police officers and their squad cars.

When the criminals began to move towards the State Capitol, Senators and their staff were told to evacuate in the “interest of public safety.”

By afternoon, armed citizens began to protest some local businesses.

The rioters have been in response to the death of George Floyd while he was in police custody in Minneapolis on Monday. A video of him telling an officer who had his knee on his neck that he could not breathe rapidly went viral and set off chaos across the nation.

There has been rioting in Ohio, Colorado, Minnesota and Kentucky.

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Watch: Rioters Loot Minneapolis Police Department, Cut Gas Lines, Reports of Women Being Kidnapped

There are also reports that women have been kidnapped during the riot.

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All hell has broken loose in Minneapolis as rioters looted a police department before setting it on fire, chased away police officers, and reportedly kidnapped multiple women.

Rioters were caught on camera chasing away police officers who were abandoning the 3rd precinct police department before it was entered by the criminals and lit on fire.

The criminals stormed the building shortly after — smashing everything they could find, looting, and lighting various rooms on fire.

The City of Minneapolis is now pleading with people to leave the scene, as there have been reports that protesters threw propane tanks inside and have cut the gas line.

“We’re hearing unconfirmed reports that gas lines to the Third Precinct have been cut and other explosive materials are in the building,” the city tweeted from their official account. “If you are near the building, for your safety, PLEASE RETREAT in the event the building explodes.”

There have also been reports that women have been kidnapped during the riot.

Libor Jany, a reporter from the Star Tribune wrote on Twitter that “amidst all this, police are being called to investigate a possible kidnapping from the parking lot across the street from their burning station; a screaming woman was said to have been forcibly put into a vehicle that then sped away, according to scanner traffic.”

“CVS on Snelling is on Fire. Car jacking and kidnapping just occurred. They’re shooting st random cars on university. Do not leave your home. It is extremely dangerous in here,” a Twitter user from Minneapolis wrote.

The National Guard has now deployed 500 soldiers to the area and began to arrive close to midnight.

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