Law enforcement officials deployed water hoses in freezing temperatures Sunday against hundreds of protesters opposing the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Activists can be heard on social media videos shouting "No DAPL!" as law enforcement appeared to use water cannons, tear gas and sound weapons against the people amassed on the bridge. Jade Begay, a spokeswoman for the Indigenous Environmental Network, told The Guardian that more than 160 people were injured and another seven activists were transported to a local hospital. The Dakota Access pipeline is nearly complete, except for one parcel of land owned by the federal government. read more
He should have been the one running against Hillary but America's low IQ half decided to nominate Trump because he's rich and they'd seen him on TV for years.