The city of St. George, Utah is trending on Twitter after video from KTVX-Channel 4's coverage of an anti-mask rally last month got attention from the host of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" yesterday.
The news clip featured St. George resident, Shauna Kinville, who said, "when George Floyd was saying 'I can't breathe' then he died and now we're wearing a mask and we say 'I can't breathe' but
President Trump took to Twitter to mock Republican Senator Mitt Romney for marching with Black Lives Matter protesters in Washington, DC.
In his post, Trump questioned Romney's sincerity and remarked, "hard to believe, with this kind of political talent, his numbers would 'tank' so badly in Utah."
A criminal justice professor at Weber State University is under investigation for comments he made on Twitter.
Over the weekend, Scott Senjo praised videos and images of police brutality during various George Floyd protests.
Senjo also attacked Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and local demonstrators when a curfew was announced.
Republican Senator Mitt Romney is again calling out President Trump, this time for his recent attacks on MSNBC host Joe Scarborough.
Over the last several days, the President has fanned the flames of a years-old conspiracy theory that the former GOP congressman was involved in the death of his former staffer, Lori Klausutis, at his Florida office.
Senator Mitt Romney may have admitted the alias he used to create a fake Twitter account to follow political news.
The Utah Republican said he had the account during an interview with The Atlantic, causing other reporters to start digging to try to find it...
Senator Mike Lee is accusing Facebook and Twitter executives of being biased against conservatives.
The social media companies were brought before the Senate Judiciary subcommittee this week to face allegations of censorship and political bias...