The Overnight Underground News Podcast, here’s today's headlines: How to tell the difference between rioting and protesting. The spread of unrest unsettles a nation. Trump and Twitter take off the gloves. Kim Jung Un battles sex and a new meaning for the term, dead letter office These stories and more on today’s Overnight Underground News. I’m John Ford. Looting and Burning day three If you’ve been paying attention, it now appears that burning and looting is quickly becoming a new national pastime. Protests and riotsspreadacross the US last night from their epicenter in Minneapolis. In the Twin Cities looting, burning and general mayhem trumped the rule of law, as angry and lawless citizens continued their revenge against the police and their city over the death of George Floyd. The National Guard rolled into Minneapolis Friday morning following a night that saw more buildings, businesses and a police stationin flamesand curiously the arrest of a CNN broadcaster. Meanwhile, according to NBC host Craig Melvin, NBC has banned it’s reporters from using the word ‘riot’ to describe their coverage of the Minneapolis happy fun time party happening on that city's streets. As the soldiers rolled in to protect firefighters Friday morning, the rioters and protesters appeared to mostly call it a day and blended back into the shadows of a city in cinders. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, although he might consider changing his name to Jacob Fail after three days of conflagration and anarchy in Minneapolis. Protests and riots spread Protests and rioting spread in the US to New York City’s Union Square, Portland,Denver, Louisvilleand Columbus, Ohio where the unrest targeted the Ohio Statehouse, with rioters smashing windows and gaining entry to the building before police turned them back. InLouisville, seven protesters were wounded from gunfire. Chances are it’s not going to be a pleasant weekend in America. I’m not sure what all this rioting and looting is supposed to accomplish, it’s never solved anything in the past and arguably has only made many racial issues in the US even more volatile. In the end all the violence and lawlessness may only lead to a political knee jerk to the right for safety and rule of law, and the reelection of Trump. The Trump Twitter showdown continues Trump Tweeted his reaction to the unrest in the country and the post was first flagged by Twitter and laterhiddenby the Twitterati for quote, “glorifying violence” and breaking the twatter terms of service. The twort from the Prez drew criticism, come on, he attracts criticism like a fly to shit, for allegedly being insensitive to the situation in Minneapolis and calling for violent actionagainst looters. Yesterday Trump signed an executive order targeting social media, and Twitter in particular for regulation from the government over what The President see’s as censorshipof the right on the platform. The real sin here is no one, on the right or left, is really talking about free speech, just more regulation from the government, specifically tosection 230of the so-called communications decency act. That law and section allows online platforms to ‘moderate’ user content and at the same time avoid the liability of being a publisher. All that being said, let’s face it, this whole ‘social media’ thing was an incredibly stupid and delusional idea in the first place, it’s turned into an endless fountain of vapid flowing bullshit. Waters blames Trump California Congresswoman Maxine Waters toldTMZon Thursday that she places the blame for the killing of Floyd Geroge in Minneapolis squarely on the shoulders of President Trump. That should garner Waters’ a few more votes in her district. Reporter’s revenge The next time you think it would be fun to jump in front of a reporter’s camera while they’re doing a live-shot and shouting whatever the hell you want, you might want to think again about your cunning plan. An Illinois man was busted after allegedly grabbing a TV reporter during a live broadcast and yelling “F–k her right in the p—y,” TheNew York Postreports that WGN-TV reporter Gaynor Hall was giving a weather update when 20-year-old Eric Farina ran in front of the camera, grabbed hall and uttered the phrase that must be beeped. Farina was charged with battery and disorderly conduct and later released on a twenty five hundred dollar bond. Kim Jung Un sexy man North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has moved on from his war against the Sea of Japan to a war on sex. According toThe Express, the North Korean dictator believes that there is a problem with "immorality" among the country's teenagers, and is declaring their "impure acts" to be treasonous. Kim is peeved over the alleged behaviour of sex craved teenagers and is blaming "decadent capitalist influences", including pornography that has been smuggled in over the Chinese border. In the words ofPatrick Henry, “If this be treason, make the most of it” Dead letter office Talk about the dead letter office. A woman in Montana is claiming that the remains of her dead husband are lost in the limbo of the postal system. Christine Tyler toldKTVQ Newsthat her husband died from coronavirus in a Spanish hospital and now she’s trying to track down her husband’s Donald’s remains which she says appear to be lost in the mail. Maybe Donald is secretly infiltrating the postal system to commit dead letter voter fraud.