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CNN anchor Don Lemon blasted leading Republicans on Monday night for commemorating civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. while supporting “racist” President Donald Trump.
What are the details?
During Monday’s “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon,” Lemon suggested that certain Trump allies — including Vice President Mike Pence, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) are hypocrites for sharing tweets honoring the late King.
On Monday, Pence tweeted how the late civil rights icon called on Americans to “live up to the highest ideals” of the country’s founders and said that King would “inspire us for generations to come.”
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a giant of the Civil Rights Movement who called on our Nation to live up… https://t.co/kiEYZY9DRC
— Mike Pence (@Mike Pence)1610979721.0
McConnell added that King’s lifelong values would continue to keep inspiring Americans “to keep working.”
Today we honor one of our nation’s
great heroes. Dr. King called on America to truly fulfill our founding principle… https://t.co/i21NteU63l
— Leader McConnell (@Leader McConnell)1610974615.0
Graham added that Americans should look to King for guidance especially in these “troubled times.”
In these troubled times we need to pursue Dr. King’s dream for America with passion and vigor. The words of his “I… https://t.co/bAfMzMKJMe
— Lindsey Graham (@Lindsey Graham)1610988881.0
Cruz said that King’s legacy of giving Americans “courage to face the uncertainties of the future” is a timeless message that is needed “now more than ever.”
Now more than ever, we are reminded of the power of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words, calling on all of us to hav… https://t.co/8RZrwk8BTa
— Senator Ted Cruz (@Senator Ted Cruz)1610984644.0
Lemon then went on to insist that such lawmakers idly stood by Trump’s “every racist attack” and pointed out that some continued to support him up until even the U.S. Capitol riot.
“Those Republicans like Mike Pence, putting out 50 tweets quoting Dr. King’s words, can you believe it?” Lemon mocked in a scathing monologue. “Like Mitch McConnell, who supported the president whose actions go against everything Dr. King stood for. Like Lindsey Graham, who allegedly called Georgia election officials to get them to throw out legal votes, including large numbers from black voters. Ted Cruz, who even after the riot on Capitol Hill, still voted against certifying the Electoral College vote.”
“One Republican after another apparently hoping that you’ll forget their support for a president who used race to pit Americans against each other,” he added. “Donald Trump created an environment where white supremacists and conspiracy theorists overran the Capitol of the United States of America. He used race to divide us from the very beginning. All of that is the opposite of what Dr. King stood for, what he died for, more than 50 years ago.”
Lemon pointed out that the remarks were especially problematic ahead of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ forthcoming Wednesday inauguration.
“The Biden-Harris administration was elected to represent all Americans with more than 81 million people voting for them,” he explained. “But it was voters of color who put them over the finish line, even as the current president — until Wednesday at noon, anyway — deliberately tried to divide us.”
Lemon also shared a portion of King’s letter from a Birmingham, Alabama, jail in which he discussed “frustration about the white people who just didn’t get it.”
“Shallow understanding from people of goodwill is more frustrating than absolute misunderstanding from people of ill will,” a quote from the letter reads, “Luke warm acceptance is much more bewildering than outright rejection.”
“One Republican after another apparently hoping that you’ll forget their support for a president who used race to p… https://t.co/DG2j9o2MeF
— CNN Tonight (@CNN Tonight)1611029919.0
Jacob Blake, who was shot at least seven times in the back by a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer —
says that he was worried he was going to become the “next George Floyd,” which prompted him to walk away from responding officers.
He also admitted that he was armed.
A Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer
shot Blake in the back seven times during an Aug. 23 call for a domestic dispute. The officers who shot Blake were ultimately cleared, and not charged with any crimes after the investigation revealed that Blake was, in fact, armed with a knife at the time he was shot, and that the officer reasonably believed that Blake might harm him or the children in the car.
The attorney for the officer who shot Blake has noted publicly that the officer believed that Blake was attempting to kidnap the children in the purportedly stolen car that precipitated Blake’s interaction with the police.
Following the shooting, riots and protests erupted across Wisconsin, after Blake was repeatedly and erroneously described as having been “unarmed” at the time he was shot.
What are the details?
Blake, who is partially paralyzed as a result of the shooting, spoke to “Good Morning America’s” Michael Strahan on Thursday about the August
shooting that took place outside of a Kenosha-area home.
On the incident, Blake recalled, “I was like, ‘He’s shooting me.’ I couldn’t believe it, so I kind of sat down in the car … put my hands up, because I didn’t want him to shoot me in my face or in my head or nothing. He just kept shooting, kept shooting.
My babies are right here, my babies. So after he stopped shooting me, I said, ‘Daddy loves you no matter what.”
“I thought it was going to be the last thing I said to them,” he admitted. “Thank God it wasn’t. I didn’t want to be the next George Floyd. I didn’t want to die.”
He told Strahan, “I resisted to getting beat on. What I mean by that is not falling, not letting them put their head on my neck. That’s all I was thinking.”
According to CNN, “Blake [said he] picked up the knife and began to walk toward the driver’s door of the SUV, away from the officers” during the altercation.
“I shouldn’t have picked it up,” Blake said, admitting that he “wasn’t thinking clearly” at the time.
Blake said that he “intended to put the knife in the SUV and then lay on the ground to submit to the police officers.”
“If they did it there and they killed me there, everybody would see it,” he reasoned.
A September report from the Kenosha Police Union stated that Blake reportedly confronted responding officers following the domestic dispute call.
The report alleged that Blake reportedly put one of the responding officer in a headlock position, and was reportedly armed with a knife that he refused to drop.
When Blake attempted to get back into his vehicle, the officer shot him multiple times.
Officers reportedly saw a knife on the floor of Blake’s vehicle during the attempted detainment.
At the time, Kenosha Police Union Attorney Brendan Matthews said that officers were responding to the residence of Blake’s ex-girlfriend, with whom he has children. The unnamed woman accused Blake of sexual assault in May, and in August, phoned police to report that Blake was reportedly attempting to steal her keys and her vehicle. Previous reporting noted that Blake was not supposed to be at the woman’s residence due to the purported May assault.
Last week, Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley said that the officer who shot Blake would not be charged, and said that the officer fired in self-defense as Blake was “actively resisting” arrest.
Blake is suing the Kenosha Police Department for reportedly violating his civil rights during the incident.
Parents have begun expressing their outrage at a new Danish cartoon titled, “John Dillermand,” which depicts the titular character as a man with the world’s longest penis.
“John Dillermand,” according to reports, translates to “John penis man” in Danish slang.
The show made its debut on a Danish children’s network in January.
What are the details?
In a Thursday report from the
Daily Mail, viewers of “This Morning” expressed their outrage over the cartoon, which follows the eponymous character’s antics in saving the day with his excessively long penis.
According to the outlet, one parent said, “I dread my 8 or 9 year old possibly seeing that crude cartoon! What on earth!?”
Another added, “Absolutely outrageous, no way children should watch this.”
A third parent noted, “The world has gone mad, kids cartoons with a character with a 20 foot long penis? WTF?”
Indeed, a simple Twitter search renders the outrage sparked by the bizarre cartoon.
One user shared concerning snapshots from the cartoon and
wrote, “[D]enmark created a children’s claymation show about a guy with a MASSIVE d*ck called ‘John Dillermand’ and these are just a few of moments from the show.”
denmark created a children’s claymation show about a guy with a MASSIVE d*ck called ‘John Dillermand’ and these are… https://t.co/aj66G6Bk6k
— Millennial Grandma?Black Lives Matter (@Millennial Grandma?Black Lives Matter)1610033525.0
added, “What the f*** is going on in Denmark, y’all? This is a kids’ cartoon (not an adult cartoon) from Denmark called John Dillermand who saves the saves the day with his d***. This is a f***ing kids’ show…”
“His last name means ‘Penis Man.’ John Dillermand is a Danish cartoon made for four- to eight-year-olds about a man with an textraordinary penis. What in the actual f***?” another user
Social media users and parents weren’t the only ones to take issue with the controversial show: In a Facebook statement, Danish politician Morten Messerschmidt
said kids should not be forced exposed to a cartoon depiction of a grown man’s penis.
Messerschmidt, in part, wrote, “Yes, the holy ones will probably call me delicate and say I have no right to compromise on freedom of expression and la la … But am I the only one who finds it deeply reprehensible that our children should think it’s fun to look at adult peeps at DR ramasjang? Yes, I know uncle shrimp and farting humor is probably fun and incredibly learning-effective, but I don’t believe that looking at adult men’s genitals should be made into something common for children.”
According to the Daily, Danish presenter Ulla Essendrop and Stine Liv Johansen, who is a professor in children’s use of media, defended the cartoon from critics.
Essendrop said that the critical message of the show is “be who you are.”
“The director of the children’s channel says it’s not meant to be particularly educational about bodies or sexuality,” Essendrop said. “It is meant as an absurd slapstick universe that explores topics children [aged four to eight years] are beginning to be curious about. … The director also says the main message of the show is John needs to learn to own up to his mistakes, and the creator of the show says that being who you are is more important than image.”
Essendrop said that her 3-year-old son watches the cartoon and “finds it funny.”
“I’m not sure he completely grasps that that 8-meter creature actually is,” she added, referring to the cartoon character’s penis, which, according to the show’s theme song, is instrumental in saving the day with his member.
“[There is] almost nothing John can’t do with his penis,” the theme song points out.
Johansen said that parents should not look at John Dillermand’s penis as a “sexualized penis.”
“I don’t think you should think of it as a penis,” Johansen explained. “It’s not how we would think of a penis as an adult. … It is a penis as such, but not a sexualized penis. It is 20 foot long and striped, and I assume not anything a male individual has in his pants. It is an absurd and exaggerated body part and explores the curiosity children have of bodies that age.”
A spokesperson for Denmark’s DR broadcasting network told
CNN that people should watch the show before formulating a negative opinion on the subject matter.
“Now the great majority here in Denmark are … making fun of the few critics instead,” the spokesperson added. “Hundreds of thousands is supporting ‘John Dillermand’ now. … In Denmark it is now a huge success, and the children are watching it in big numbers.”
John Dillermand: Intro
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“Jeopardy!” released a posthumous video from late game-show host Alex Trebek on Monday, which detailed some of the longtime show host’s final televised remarks before his November death.
Trebek died Nov. 8 following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old.
The final Trebek-hosted “Jeopardy!” episodes will air this week.
What are the details?
In the Monday video, Trebek opened the show with remarks prefacing the Thanksgiving holiday.
The message, which was intended to run around the Christmas holiday, served instead as a New Year greeting to viewers.
“You’ll recall that about a month ago that I asked all of you to take a moment to give thanks for all of the blessings that you have enjoyed in your lives,” he began. “Now, today, a different kind of message. This is the season of giving. I know you want to be generous with your family, your friends, your loved ones. But today, I’d like you to go one step further.”
He continued, “I’d like you to open up your hands and open up your heart to those who are still suffering because of COVID-19. People who are suffering through no fault of their own. We’re trying to build a gentler, kinder society. If we all pitch in just a little bit, we’re gonna get there.”
“If we all pitch in just a little bit, we’re gonna get there.” https://t.co/Ip6HZJi43Y
— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy!)1609804800.0
Mike Richards, the game show’s executive producer, told NBC’s “Today Show” that the beloved host’s message gave him “chills.”
“He comes out and gives this absolutely amazing speech about the tough times that we are in and the importance of us as a country, as a community … coming together and being there for each other,” Richards said.
Trebek’s final episode will air on Friday. He hosted at least 8,000 episodes of the long-running show since its 1984 inception.
New episodes featuring various guest hosts are set to air beginning Jan. 11.
The late Alex Trebek’s final five episodes of “Jeopardy!” will air starting today. @annenbcnews has the details. https://t.co/atlbSc6TU5
— TODAY (@TODAY)1609766596.0
Alveda King, niece of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., blasted Vice President-elect Kamala Harris for reportedly plagiarizing King’s uncle.
What’s a brief history here?
In a recent Elle profile, Harris
retold a story that she said took place during her childhood.
A portion of the profile said:
Senator Kamala Harris started her life’s work young. She laughs from her gut, the way you would with family, as she remembers being wheeled through an Oakland, California, civil rights march in a stroller with no straps with her parents and her uncle. At some point, she fell from the stroller (few safety regulations existed for children’s equipment back then), and the adults, caught up in the rapture of protest, just kept on marching. By the time they noticed little Kamala was gone and doubled back, she was understandably upset. “My mother tells the story about how I’m fussing,” Harris says, “and she’s like, ‘Baby, what do you want? What do you need?’ And I just looked at her and I said, ‘Fweedom.'”
Social media users took Harris to task over the eerie similarities to an essay the late civil rights icon himself wrote for Playboy in 1965:
I never will forget a moment in Birmingham when a white policeman accosted a little Negro girl, seven or eight years old, who was walking in a demonstration with her mother. “What do you want?” the policeman asked her gruffly, and the little girl looked him straight in the eye and answered, “Fee-dom.” She couldn’t even pronounce it, but she knew. It was beautiful! Many times when I have been in sorely trying situations, the memory of that little one has come into my mind, and has buoyed me.
What are the details?
Speaking with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, King said that Harris is nothing like King’s late uncle.
“Kamala knows that her worldview is totally different than the worldview of Martin Luther King Jr., so it’s a big stretch for her to compare herself or to sound like him or to use some of his analogies,” she said.
King continued, “For instance, Kamala believes that it’s OK to abort babies up to nine months. And if you meant to abort the baby and the baby lives, then let the baby die. Martin Luther King Jr. served the public. He did not kill the public, and that would include babies in the womb.”
“He said, ‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’ So she’s nothing like Martin Luther King Jr., but she still — there she is, playing on those emotions again.”
She’s Nothing Like MLK: @AlvedaCKing slams Kamala Harris for plagiarizing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, as Dems campai… https://t.co/HfE2pnTlWE
— Lou Dobbs (@Lou Dobbs)1609890225.0
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Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) said he believes that President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers supporting his bid to dispute the results of the 2020 presidential election should be treated like “negroes” have been treated by the criminal justice system in the United States.
Those lawmakers, according to Johnson, include Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Josh Hawley (Mo).
He also said that the Democratic Party ought not turn the other cheek to the perceived misdeeds of President Donald Trump and the Republican Party at large.
What is he talking about?
According to a Tuesday report from
Mediaite, Johnson made the inflammatory race-related remarks Monday on SiriusXM’s “The Dean Obeidallah Show.”
Obeidallah told Johnson that he believed it would be “detrimental to our party” that for the sake of unity, the Biden administration simply said, “‘Trump did some bad things, but look forward.'”
“It would be so destructive to our party if that is the way we go,” he added.
Johnson responded, “You can’t let this behavior slide, you can’t ignore it and hope that it’s not going to happen again. You see what’s shaping up for the future with guys like Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz who are looking to turn the Trump Republican Party into the Trump Republican Party on steroids.”
The Georgia Democrat added that conservative Republican lawmakers will be certain to quickly learn that they “will not be allowed to get away with what Donald Trump did.”
“We have got to make sure that those who come after Donald Trump know that they will not be allowed to get away with what Donald Trump did, that they will be held accountable,” he insisted. “They will be treated, yes, like ‘negroes’ — they will be perp-walked to the jail, handcuffed not in front of them, but behind them. They will be booked, fingerprinted, have to make bond, and have to hire a lawyer just like everyone else and go through the system.”
Johnson explained that the U.S. justice system “feasts on black folks.”
“[F]or once it needs to turn its attention to what this man has done to turn our country into something that we just don’t need to let it get to,” he explained. “He can’t be allowed to get away with it because if we allow him to get away with it, there will be others who will try to do the same thing, and we don’t even want them to think about doing what Trump has done.”
What’s a brief history on his remarks?
Johnson’s remarks come on the heels of introducing a resolution to censure Trump over his call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The president in recent days has come under fire for a recently published phone call with Raffensperger.
In a reported hourlong phone call, Trump appeared to repeatedly urge the Georgia secretary of state to “find” enough votes to help reverse the state’s election results.
In the measure, Johnson has called on Trump to “retract and disavow this unlawful and unconstitutional behavior” and to recognize President-elect Joe Biden as winner of the 2020 presidential election.
“President Trump’s actions and statements on this call demonstrate an attempt to willfully deprive the citizens of Georgia of a fair and impartial election process in direct contravention of both federal law and the laws of the state of Georgia,” Johnson’s resolution added.
Rep Hank Johnson: Trump must be held accountable to deter other Republicans from ever trying same
Meghan McCain took Joy Behar, fellow co-host on “The View,” to task over her treatment and the media’s treatment of Trump supporters.
What are the details?
As highlighted by the Daily Caller, the exchange took place Monday.
McCain’s remarks about the media and its treatment of Trump supporters came after fellow co-host Sunny Hostin said that President Donald Trump’s efforts to halt certification of the 2020 presidential election amounted to nothing more than a coup attempt.
Behar also quipped, “Who are these people?”
McCain fired back, “I think that rhetoric is dangerous. I think saying we’re going to have martial law, and it’s a coup — I’m here in D.C. They’re setting up for the inauguration right now. There’s not going to be martial law, and things like that just scare people.”
“Joy, to your point, ‘Who are these people?'” McCain added. “Who are these people are 70 million Americans that voted for Trump. Biden won, but he didn’t win by any kind of the landslide that I, for one, thought he might have.”
She continued, insisting that the media rhetoric against Trump supporters needed to stop.
“I’m just saying the rhetoric and the media needs to be more respectful of people — of Trump voters — and I think that’s how we got to this place to begin with, and going forward in 2021, we need to be respectful of the 70 million Americans that for whatever reason did not feel that they could, in good faith, pull the trigger for President Biden and Vice President Harris.”
Behar, not to be outdone, fired back and insisted that many of Trump’s supporters got their information about his campaign and the subsequent election from sources that were simply not “legitimate.” She also insisted that many people who voted for Trump did so without the full picture of what it was they were actually doing.
McCain snapped, “That’s your perspective. It’s the perspective of Joy Behar and, you know, you’re a proud, progressive leftist, but I am a proud conservative, and I think the idea that the only reason why people voted for President Trump in the last election is because they were lied to and they’re morons who were just being fed information is not only disrespectful … [but] inaccurate.”
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A California restaurant owner has gone viral for his actions after blocking in a health inspector’s vehicle after the inspector threatened citations for being open amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
What are the details?
In video obtained by the Daily Caller, Carlos Roman — owner of Bread and Barley in Covina, California — can be seen arguing with a police officer who is called to his restaurant after he moved his vehicle to block in a health inspector’s car.
The unnamed health inspector reportedly arrived at the restaurant, took photos of patrons dining outside the restaurant, and allegedly told Roman that he would be issuing a citation related to COVID-19 restriction orders.
According to KCBS-TV, the incident took place last Sunday outside the Covina restaurant when a health inspector came to enforce coronavirus guidelines at the restaurant.
“A citation from the health department said the inspector found two customers dining outside, which goes against current protocols,” KCBS reported. “Roman says they were on a public bench, and not his property.”
“We weren’t going out. We weren’t serving them,” Roman told the station.
Roman, who adamantly refused to move his vehicle after the confrontation with the inspector, said that if he and his employees could not work, the health inspectors would not be able to work, either.
“This isn’t about me,” he said of the closures. “They can’t pay their bills. The cook just had a baby. He’s with his family right now.”
The officer on the scene told Roman that a tow truck was on its way and would remove his truck from the premises if he refused to let the health inspector leave.
According to the Daily Caller, “The officer told Roman ‘it wasn’t [the health inspector’s] fault’ and that he was following orders from his supervisor.”
The officer also told Roman that his blocking the inspector’s vehicle “is not the way to settle things.” Roman ultimately moved his vehicle, but not before advising the officer and the inspector that he is desperate to feed his children.
“We’re all in this together, we’ll just all starve to death and die,” he said.
What else do we know about Roman’s situation?
KCBS reported that Roman invested thousands of dollars in his restaurant by opening an outdoor patio when outdoor dining was still permitted in Los Angeles County and even began digging into his own personal savings account to pay staff and serve customers.
“I think we have entered into the realm of a lose-lose situation,” he admitted.
A GoFundMe page to benefit Roman’s restaurant and employees has received more than $32,000 in donations at the time of this reporting.
In a statement, the Covina Police Department said, “The peace was kept and Mr. Roman’s vehicle was moved from the roadway, allowing the health inspector to leave. We have no information on citations or fines issued by L.A. County Health Inspectors as they are a different entity.”
The L.A. County Public Health Department has not responded to the Daily Caller’s request for comment at the time of this reporting, but KCBS reports that Roman is facing two $500 fines for failure to comply and interfering with the health officer.
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