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Former ‘Ellen’ producer goes after DeGeneres following cancellation: ‘I’d like to see her work on a farm where she can relate with all of the animals’

An award-winning former producer for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has opened up about what she said is a toxic atmosphere on the set of the show.

DeGeneres announced this week that the show would be ending after 19 seasons on daytime television.

What are the details?

Two-time Emmy Award-winning producer Hedda Muskat told Australian show “Sunrise” host Natalie Barr that she believes DeGeneres “duped” her fans and viewers into believing that she is a “nice person.”

“The viewers have spoken,” Muskat said of the show’s cancellation. “Her ratings have been in the toilet for a long, long time now, her show has not been fun, it has not been interesting, and she’s not, really, by the way, stepping down. The viewers fired her.”

She also said that the famed show host and longtime actress and comedienne isn’t as genteel as she would have everyone believe.

“I don’t think the show’s demise is because of the viewers’ loyalty to the employees, because let’s face it; as employees we endure hardship from the workplace all the time,” Muskat reasoned. “I think the the viewers are disappointed in the phoniness she’s been projecting as this ‘nice person.’ So I feel that the viewers feel duped, in a way, that she’s not this nice person. The viewers are not going to put up with the backstage racism that goes on and the backstage bullying that goes on. So I think the viewers have woken up, finally.”

Muskat said that she was first hired in 2003 and was responsible for booking human interest guests on the show.

“When I would go in to pitch Ellen who we have on the show today for our production meetings, she looked away. She showed no interest with any of the news-breaking stories,” she recalled. “She really showed a lot of despise for a lot of my people that we were pitching to her, which is fine. It’s a pitch. I don’t care about that.”

“But,” the former producer continued, “But we had to walk on eggshells with her because when we would be pitching, her snide remarks would be, ‘What am I going to talk to them about? I don’t know. I have nothing to say. I don’t know.’ So we would write the whole outline for her and then the guests would walk off feeling like crap. So it wasn’t goodwill for the show.”

Celebrities, however, were a different breed, Muskat said.

“She loved kissing ass with all of celebrities and she really was not in a position to interview the real people because she couldn’t really carry a conversation with them,” she said.

When asked where she would like to see DeGeneres turn up after her show’s dust settles, Muskat said, “I’d like to see her work on a farm where she can relate with all of the animals, and the pets, and the dogs, and the cows, and the pigs, because she can relate to animals far more than she does with people.”

Muskat said that her own personal experience was shared by at least “over a hundred employees” that worked on the production over nearly two decades.

“I was not able to have any connection with her, make any eye contact, and here’s the thing: It’s not just me, or three of us; there were over a hundred employees over the 19 years that walk away with with a sickened feeling about working there,” she admitted. “As much as I loved my job as a booker and producer, I was almost relieved when I got fired. I wanted to take a shower; it was like a whole new dawn.”

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Gov. Gavin Newsom says outdoor mask mandates could be lifted by June 15

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) says that mask mandates and other COVID-19-related restrictions could be eased or altogether lifted by June 15, the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday.

What are the details?

Newsom said Wednesday that the state could “significantly ease its mask mandates” over the next several weeks, the outlet reported, citing the continued decline of COVID-19 infections and increase in vaccinations.

On June 15, Newsom said, “we’ll move beyond the blueprint and we’ll be in a completely different space.”

“We will be updating our mask guidelines, outdoor masking, if we reach that threshold where we hope to be … in fact, it will be eliminated, those mandates,” he said. “They’ll be guidelines or recommendations.”

The California Democrat continued, “But for indoor activities, we will still have, likely, some mask guidelines and mandates. But we hope, sooner than later, that those will be lifted as well.”

Earlier this week, Newsom said that the timeline following the June 15 date could look a lot like life did before the pandemic turned the world on its head.

“That world looks a lot like the world we entered into before the pandemic,” he said. “We’re not wearing face coverings. We’re not restricted in any way, shape, or form of doing the old things that we used to do.”

Other than large-scale indoor events, Newsom added, the government plans to “make guidance” and “recommendations,” but vows that there won’t be any further mandates or restrictions on businesses.

What else?

The outlet states that Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, who is professor of medicine and an infectious disease expert at UC San Francisco, said that he believes there is still reason to be cautious about removing masks while indoors.

“I don’t think we’re there yet,” he said. “Even if you are vaccinated, the more people you bring together, the higher the chance of nonresponders getting together where they can transmit.

He added that the larger the group is, the higher the chance exists that some people are not fully protected against the virus and could transmit or be infected with coronavirus.

He also noted that many people might continue to wear masks out of habit or for personal reasons that have nothing to do with COVID-19.

Chin-Hong added that it’s important for people to realize that they have “control” over how they can respond to the pandemic, or even the garden-variety cold or flu.

“Essentially, it’s one thing that we have control over in the pandemic,” he reasoned. “And if, at the end of the day, we have better acceptance of people wearing masks to protect other people when they have a cold or something, I’m all for that.”

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Penn State will no longer use terms like ‘freshman,’ ‘junior,’ ‘senior,’ because terms aren’t ‘inclusive’ enough

Pennsylvania State University will no longer use labels like “freshman,” “junior,” or “senior,” because such terms are not inclusive enough and perpetuate a Western male-dominated viewpoint.

What are the details?

On April 27, Penn State’s faculty senate announced the passage of an “inclusive language” resolution that has effectively banned the use of “paternalistic” terms such as “freshmen,” “junior,” “senior,” “upperclassmen,” “underclassmen,” and more, according to Penn State News.

The Senate Committee on Curricular Affairs passed the resolution — titled “Removal of Gendered & Binary Terms from Course and Program Descriptions” — with a majority vote.

A portion of the resolution reads, “The University, as with most all academic institutions world-wide, has grown out of a typically male-centered world. As such, many terms in our lexicon carry a strong, male-centric, binary character to them. Terms such as ‘freshmen’ are decidedly male-specific, while terms such as ‘upperclassmen’ can be interpreted as both sexist and classist.”

Not even “junior” and “senior” are exempt from the senate’s inclusive microscope, as such terms are “parallel to western male father-son naming conventions, and much of our written documentation uses he/she pronouns.”

Terms like freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior will now be replaced with labels “first-year,” “second-year,” “third-year,” and “fourth-year,” and upperclassmen and lowerclassmen will now be referred to as “upper division” students and “lower division” students.

The resolution recommends that the university make “editorial updates to our course and program descriptions” to reflect the changes, in order to “remove gendered terms” and avoid any alienation of faculty, students, and staff.

“We suggest that the University consider changes to all written materials, including recruiting materials, admissions materials, scholarship information, housing materials, other outward-facing documents, internal documents, and websites,” the resolution adds.

The resolution, however, admits that certain instances will exist in which gendered terms “may need to remain intact” — specifically gender studies courses and other courses that may pertain to feminism and the like.

“The committee recognizes that there may be places where these terms, especially gender terms, may need to remain intact, for example in the case of courses or degrees that delve into gender studies,” the resolution points out. “In such cases, efforts shall be made to clearly delineate between the ‘academic’ study of these gendered terms, and the newly established nomenclature as it would apply to faculty, staff, students, and guests.”

According to Campus Reform, more than 88 percent of university students approved the change.

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Bette Midler tweets ‘threat’ over unvaccinated kids: ‘If my kid can’t bring peanut butter to school, then yours can’t bring the deathly plague’

Actress Bette Midler’s posted a tweet about threatening to expose allergic children to peanuts that fell flat for many social media followers. Midler took heat on Sunday after she shared a tweet about forcing parents to vaccinate their children against the coronavirus.

In her tweet, Midler compared permitting unvaccinated children to attend schools to bringing peanut products to the classroom despite the danger children who may have peanut allergies could face.

She shared, “If my kid can’t bring peanut butter to school then yours can’t bring the deathly plague. Vaccinate or I’m bringing the Jiffy.”

What else?

The Food and Drug Administration did not announce the authorized emergency use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 to 15 years until Monday, one day after Midler’s tweet.

Children who are allergic to peanuts and peanut products can sometimes find themselves in middle of a nasty anaphylaxis response.

Symptoms of anaphylaxis, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology, include “impaired breathing, swelling in the throat, a sudden drop in blood pressure, pale skin or blue lips, fainting, and dizziness.”

What was the response?

One mom, who referred to herself as “super liberal,” took Midler to task over her remarks.

She wrote, “I’m super liberal, very pro vax and science but this isn’t funny. My son, like millions of others is severely allergic to peanuts and tree nuts! If he touches it he gets hives. If he eats even the tiniest amount, his throat closes, no amount of CPR would help. Do better!”

Another user added, “We are vaccinated. Our kids can’t be vaccinated yet. Parents of kids with allergies have seen epi pens save their kids lives. We are pro science. Imagine volunteering to vaccinate your community and seeing this after holding your kid in anaphylaxis because this threat happened?”

“‘Get vaccinated or I’m gonna start killing kids with peanut allergies’ is definitely a sales pitch,” one user countered.

Another user pointed out that Midler’s remarks were insensitive at best, and wrote, “There are better analogies than this. As someone who has two kids allergic to peanuts this is just stupid.”

“Choosy moms choose Jif and there is no FDA approved pediatric coronavirus vax as of today,” another user tweeted on Sunday. “I’m not certain where you’re going with this meme but wishing death on children is certainly a call for self reflection.”

Midler has not issued any updates on the backlash she received following the controversial Sunday tweet.

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Police officer shot to death while responding to domestic violence call, making him second murdered cop in as many days

A Stockton, California, police officer is dead after a suspect shot him multiple times as he arrived at a domestic violence call Tuesday morning.

The suspect was also reportedly shot during the incident and later died from his injuries.

The Stockton officer is the second California police officer in as many days to die at the hands of violent criminals.

What are the details?

identified the law enforcement official as Officer Jimmy Inn of the Stockton Police Department.

The suspect, identified by
KCRA-TV as 30-year-old Lance Lowe, reportedly fatally shot Inn as the officer responded to a domestic violence call at Lowe’s home.

KCRA reported, “Inn arrived [at the scene] around 10:07 a.m. and knocked on the door before standing off to the side. A voice came from inside the home and said, ‘Hey, police’ before that person, later identified as 30-year-old Lance Lowe, fired a gun multiple times at Inn.”

KCRA said that a second Stockton police officer, Pancho Freer, was near the scene. When he arrived, he reportedly spotted Lowe standing over Inn while holding a gun. Lowe then reportedly shot at Freer before the officer returned gunfire.

“The suspect then went into the home and returned moments later holding a young child,” KABC’s report continued. “The suspect began to strangle the child, an 8-year-old boy.”

A bystander then purportedly tackled Lowe, allowing time for Freer to fire on the suspect.

Lowe was transported to a local hospital for injuries and later died.

The child was not hurt during the attack.

reported that area residents said they heard 10 to 15 gunshots during the time Inn was killed. A patrol car riddled with bullet holes was parked at the scene of the crime.

Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones said that the attack on Inn was a “violent, blatant, and very sudden assault,” the station reported.

In a
statement shared on Twitter, the department said, “It is with great sadness that we announce Officer Jimmy Inn was shot & killed in the line of duty while on a DV call this morning. The suspect was also shot & killed by another SPD officer. Officer Inn was hired in 2015 & was a member of our honor guard.”

The 30-year-old police officer is survived by his wife, who is also a Stockton police officer. Inn leaves behind a 7-month-old son, a 12-year-old stepdaughter, and a 14-year-old stepson.

What else?

Inn’s shooting death came just one day after a suspect
fatally shot a San Luis Obispo police officer and wounded another as the two attempted to execute a search warrant.

Authorities discovered the suspect, identified by authorities as 37-year-old Edward Zamora Giron, later in the day with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Detective Luca Benedetti died as a result of the shooting.

Detective Steve Orozco was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and released.

In a Tuesday news conference, acting San Luis Obispo Police Chief Brian Amoroso called Benedetti a “talented detective.”

“I had the distinct pleasure of working with Luca over the past nine years,” Amoroso said in his remarks. “I considered him a personal friend, a dedicated officer, a talented detective, a proud member of the San Luis Obispo regional SWAT team, and most importantly, a loving husband and father.”

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Muslim actress makes headlines after quoting Hitler in tweet as Hamas launches rockets into Israel: ‘I would have killed all of the Jews of the world’

Actress Veena Malik — sometimes known as Zahida Malik — raised eyebrows after she tweeted a quote she attributed to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, which referenced killing Jews across the world.

Malik’s tweet came at a time when clashes between Israel and Palestine have hit a fevered pitch.

What are the details?

According to a Wednesday report from the Post Millennial, the 37-year-old Pakistani Muslim actress tweeted a graphic that read, “I would have killed all the Jews of the world … but I kept some to show the world why I killed them. Adolf Hitler”

It remains unknown whether the Nazi dictator ever actually uttered or wrote those words.

While the offending tweet is gone, the actress’s
Twitter page remains active at the time of this reporting.

New York Magazine writer Yashar Ali captured the
tweet before it was deleted.

Ali tweeted, “How is this still up???” and later added, “This tweet is now gone along with a bunch of other tweets on her account. Looking forward to an apology from all those who doubted me.”

What else?

The actress has yet to issue a statement of apology or clarification at the time of this reporting.

According to OpIndia, Malik has been recently outspoken in her condemnation of Jews.

The outlet reported, “Malik has since been glorifying the attack on Israelis and cheering the death and destruction.
In her subsequent tweets in Urdu, she urged Muslims to not be disheartened and said that if they are truly ‘believers,’ then they would be proud.”

On Tuesday night, Palestinians carried out ruthless attacks on Israelis with rockets and more.

Amid the chaos, Israeli city of Lod Mayor Yair Revivo compared the deadly attacks to the Nazi campaign of death against Jews and said, “This is Kristallnacht.”

In remarks, Revivo implored the nation’s prime minister to declare a state of emergency.

“This is Kristallnacht in Lod,” said Mayor Yair Revivo. “I have called on the prime minister to declare a state of emergency in Lod. To call in the [Israel Defense Forces]. To impose a curfew. To restore quiet. … There is a failure of governance. … This is a giant incident — an Intifada of Arab Israelis. All the work we have done here for years [on coexistence] has gone down the drain.”

He added, “All of Israel should know, this is a complete loss of control. … This is unthinkable. Synagogues are being burned. Hundreds of cars set alight. Hundreds of Arab thugs are roaming the streets. … Civil war has erupted in Lod. … The Orthodox-nationalist community here has guns. I’m imploring them to go back home but they understandably want to protect their homes. Petrol bombs are being thrown into [Jewish] homes. The situation is incendiary.”

According to the New York Post, Hamas on Tuesday fired at least 130 rockets at Tel Aviv alone.

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Former NFL player demands people drop the ‘race bulls**t’ when it comes to Tim Tebow

Former NFL linebacker Brandon Spikes hit out at the “race bulls**t” that ensued after it was announced former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow would likely return to the NFL.

Many people
railed against the NFL for its interest in Tebow while former NFL quarterback-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned for several seasons in a row.

Various reports have indicated that 33-year-old Tebow — former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner — could sign a one-year contract to play tight end with the Jacksonville Jaguars this week.

What are the details?

Spikes — who played college football with Tebow for the Florida Gators — railed against the criticism on Tuesday,
writing, “Shessh why sooo much hate for my bruh Tebow?”

He later
added, “I’m gonna call Urb and see if i can get a job as the head Equipment Manager for the jaguars lol. So y’all can stop pulling this race bulls**t! This ain’t that. It’s all about their relationship built people.”

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Spikes. who played six seasons in the NFL with the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills, also pointed out that he believes Tebow will serve as an inspiration in the locker room.

wrote, “Tim Tebow will be an inspiration in any locker room trust me i know.”

As previously reported by
Blaze Media, myriad social media users ran with the reports and suggested that race and white supremacy were factors in the alleged decision.

Actor Steven Pasquale tweeted about the news, said that white privilege was at the root of the purported decision.

“Tim Tebow finding a team and Colin Kaepernick can’t. White privilege NFL style,” he wrote. “Tebow can’t throw, never could, never played TE, and hasn’t played in …. what … 8 years? Explain it to me like I’m 5.”

Anything else to know?

In 2017, NFL great Joe Montana told the
Sporting News that he believed Kaepernick would be a “distraction” to the NFL, and compared Kaepernick’s quarterbacking skills to those of Tebow.

Montana, a three-time Super Bowl MVP, said that he would be fine never seeing Kaepernick play in the NFL again.

“Everyone thinks it is the stance [Kaepernick] took; one of the things you don’t look for is distractions in the locker room,” Montana said at the time. “You can go back to Bill Walsh and as soon as there were guys that weren’t fitting in what he was looking for, it didn’t matter how good you were. You weren’t on the team for very long.

“You have to have people who want the same thing, fighting for the same thing and willing to put in the time,” he added.

The outlet reported, “When asked if he thought Kaepernick would be on an NFL roster by the beginning of the season, Montana said, ‘I’m not sure, I think [if] there’s an injury somewhere he probably gets in.'”

Montana added, “In most cases, you look at Tim Tebow — a great guy and everybody was talking about him. But what it comes down to is 40 percent completion or even in the low 50s, you can’t win in the league with that. You won’t be in the league very long. It comes down to his play as much as anything.”

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Man who gunned down 6 people at a birthday party was angry he wasn’t invited to the celebration, police say

A suspect who purportedly gunned down his girlfriend and five members of her family was said to be angry that he wasn’t invited to a birthday party, according to a report from BuzzFeed News.

The suspect reportedly opened fire on the partygoers on Sunday, killing at least six people before turning the gun on himself.

What are the details?

Authorities have identified the suspect as 23-year-old Teodoro Macias, who they said had a history of “controlling and jealous behavior toward his girlfriend,” 28-year-old Sandra Ibarra-Perez.

Ibarra-Perez was killed during the party in addition to her brother Jose Ibarra, 26; her sister Mayra Ibarra de Perez, 33; Mayra’s husband Melvin Perez, 30; Melvin’s mother, 52-year-old Joana Cruz; and one of Cruz’s children, 21-year-old Jose Gutierrez.

Three children under the age of 12 were inside the home at the time of the killings, but they were not injured.

According to the report, Macias arrived at the home on Sunday and shot his victims in “quick succession” before turning the weapon and fatally shooting himself.

A loaded handgun was reportedly recovered from the scene along with 17 shell casings and an empty 15-round magazine.

Colorado Springs Police Lt. Joe Frabbiele said that Macias did not have a criminal history and noted that while there were no documented incidents of violence between Macias and Ibarra-Perez, it was clear that Macias was attempting to “isolate her from her family” and “prevent her from attending family events.”

Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski told reporters, “At the core of this horrendous act is domestic violence. No family should ever have to experience this type of loss.”

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said that the mass murder was a “terrible tragedy.”

“What we have here is a situation where all these people were together. He apparently had anger directed at the adults and his partner, and the tragic consequences are unfathomable,” Suthers said.

Police continue to investigate the devastating murders.

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Baltimore mayor announces that mental health ‘counselors’ — instead of police — will be sent to some 911 calls

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott (D) has announced a new pilot program that will direct some 911 emergency calls to mental health professionals in lieu of notifying law enforcement officials.

What are the details?

According to a report from WJZ-TV, 911 dispatchers in the city receive about 36 emergency mental health calls a day.

Those calls will now go to dedicated mental health counselors trained in conflict resolution.

“Think about the sheer number of hours that our police officers are actually out dealing with something that they’re not trained to do, versus being out there going after someone who’s committed an armed carjacking,” Scott reasoned.

Last week, The Baltimore Sun reported that the program — 911 Diversion Pilot — “aims to connect callers with the most appropriate resources and responses for their needs.”

The outlet cited a 2015 study from the Treatment Advocacy Center that found “people with untreated mental illness were more likely to die during an altercation with police officers than those without mental illness.”

During a Friday news conference, Scott said, “This pilot is not about defunding the police, but rather acknowledging that police department cannot tackle violent crime, our fire department cannot tackle public health and mental emergencies — and everything else.”

When will the program start?

The new program, the station reported, is set to start in June and will reportedly not cost the city any further monies as the city is said to possess existing contracts with all nonprofit organizations providing the counselors’ care and participation in the new program.

Baltimore resident Denise Mack says that the violence has to stop.

“[I]t’s just getting worse,” she told the station. “You’ve got to go to funerals, got to see your son or nephew lying there. It’s bad. I just wish everyone would get themselves together.”

Homicides in the embattled city, WJZ reported, have risen 15% year over year.

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Woman who reportedly killed police officer in hit-and-run following drunken rant against cops indicted on 13 counts, including homicide

The Long Island, New York, woman who reportedly struck an NYPD police officer in a fatal hit-and-run accident has been charged with 13 counts, including aggravated manslaughter and aggravated criminally negligent homicide.

The woman, 32-year-old Jessica Beauvais, faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of the charges.

What are the details?

According to a Monday report from the New York Post, Beauvais reportedly had a blood alcohol level of .15 — which is nearly twice the legal limit in New York — when she struck the officer with her sedan.

A purportedly drunken Beauvais — who was reportedly driving with a suspended license — was said to have struck NYPD Highway Officer Anastasios Tsakos on April 27 while she was driving her vehicle on the Long Island Expressway in Queens.

Beauvais reportedly struck Tsakos — who was on the scene of another fatal motor vehicle accident — so hard that he flew 40 feet in the air before landing. Beauvais reportedly fled the scene. Her vehicle at that point had a caved-in windshield and a traffic cone wedged under the front of its chassis.

She reportedly told investigators that she had been drinking vodka in the hours that led up to the hit-and-run accident.

Just before the accident, Beauvais — a podcaster and radio host — recorded a lengthy anti-police rant in which she blasted the justice system and its police officers.

While discussing the Derek Chauvin trial, Beauvais quoted hip-hop group N.W.A and said, “Like N.W.A. say about the police, if you’re going to kill me, at least I get to take someone with me.”

“I’m one of those people,” she said at the time. “If I’m going to go, someone is coming.”

“What happened to fighting?” she also said during the podcast. “I grew up on fighting. I like to fight. My hands and my feet and teeth. It does something for me — what does it do for you? F***ing people up never stopped being a thing. Shooting people is still wack. It means you can’t fight. It means you’re a cop.”

She added, “F*** the police.”

During her initial arraignment, Beauvais said, “I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I hit him and now he’s dead.”

Jessica Beauvais Accused Of Driving Drunk, Fatally Striking NYPD Officer Anastasios Tsakos

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A-list actor and rapper seems to go after cancel culture for stifling creators; his comments divide the internet

Actor and rapper Donald Glover — also known as by his rapper name Childish Gambino — appears to have hit out at cancel culture for what he suggests is stifling content creators.

Much of social media, however, ran with Glover’s remarks, and their thoughts on what he meant has divided Twitter.

What are the details?

According to a Tuesday report from the New York Post, Glover said that fear of cancel culture is creating “boring” avenues of entertainment as many content creators feel they are restricted from experimentation out of fear of repercussion.

Early Tuesday morning, Glover took to Twitter where he wrote, “[S]aw people on here havin a discussion about how tired they were of reviewing boring stuff (tv & film).”

“We’re getting boring stuff and not even experimental mistakes (?) because people are afraid of getting cancelled,” he continued.

The 37-year-old entertainer concluded his thoughts, “So they feel like they can only experiment w/aesthetic (also because some of em know theyre not that good.)”

Image source: Twitter screenshot

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What else?

Glover’s comments seem to have been taken one of two ways: Some social media users believe that Glover is referring to cancel culture, while other social media users believe that Glover is saying that creators are concerned over their actual projects being canceled.

One user wrote, “This tweet immediately highlighted how fake woke so much of Twitter is. The man tweets about tv show cancellation because executives don’t want to go outside the box and yall busted out your torches and pitchforks over cancel culture. Which is irrelevant to this tweet.”

Another user added, “He’s talking about movies/tv shows being cancelled but everyone’s brains are so poisoned by twitter they think he’s talking about cancel culture and getting mad.”

“The internet has rotted people so much that they forgot the word cancelled literally just means to get your program taken off the air lmao,” another user wrote.

On the flip side, one user who believed Glover was referring to cancel culture itself wrote, “The PC culture has really put a damper on creative work.”

Another user chimed in, “[L]eave cancel culture for the racists, sexists, rapists, ect. It’s gone from a good thing to something that has made people afraid of expression. Ain’t right.”

“Isn’t the purpose of art to trigger a reaction in people?” another user asked. “Get creative because you’re not getting canceled. I love your work, but when public opinion changes, being canceled isn’t an excuse for making good art. Just look at history for that. Art perseveres.”

Despite the flurry of discussion, Glover has yet to clarify his original comments at the time of this reporting.

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Northwestern University journalist says even the way white people walk on sidewalks is racist

Northwestern University’s student newspaper recently published an article that reportedly asserted that “white people walk awkwardly on sidewalks” because of “internalized racism,” according to a Wednesday report from
Campus Reform.

What are the details?

Opinion editor Kenny Allen wrote the Daily Northwestern article, “Are the sidewalks at Northwestern too white, too?” which asked if white people walked on sidewalks certain ways because of racism.

“When I first got to Northwestern, I wondered why walking around on campus could be so frustrating,” he wrote. “Even when sidewalks were relatively empty, I would often have to walk way around people to pass without bumping into them.”

“At first,” he reasoned, “I chalked it up to the geographic diversity of the school; maybe the people that came to this school were used to different ways of moving through a public place.”

After discussing the problem with his other black friends, Allen said, he concluded that “people at this predominantly white school would not move out of our way on the sidewalk.”

Pointing to University of Richmond sociologist Bedelia Richards’ test to determine whether college campuses are racist, Allen concluded that internalized racism is what prompts white people to walk on sidewalks the way that they do in places such as Northwestern University.

Allen explained that such conclusions were connected to Jim Crow segregation laws.

“That social order required black people to yield to white people whenever possible,” he wrote. “Black people were made to show deference to white people anytime they interacted. One of the ways they were made to do so was by stepping off the sidewalk when a white person was walking past. The informal rules are passed down through generations just like any other kind of etiquette.

“White people came to expect the right of way in public spaces,” he continued. “White people who were accustomed to moving through the world like that — intentionally or not — taught their kids to move through the world in the same way. And the racism that undergirded Jim Crow wasn’t eliminated just because the laws were no longer overtly racist.”

What’s next?

Allen concluded that it is this very practice that ought to prompt people to become more serious about “uprooting … white supremacy.”

“Many White people walk around campus having unknowingly absorbed this particular facet of white supremacy, and the leaders of the institution do little to make us believe that white supremacy is something worth challenging in the first place,” he insisted.

“Uprooting that white supremacy requires both recognizing its scale and disrupting it however it shows up,” he added — even if it shows up on the sidewalk next to you.

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Prestigious California school teaches 1st graders that gender is nothing more than a choice

A prestigious California private school is facing criticism after its curriculum reportedly taught first-grade children that gender is a choice.

What are the details?

According to KUSI-TV, teachers at posh La Jolla County Day School in La Jolla, California, are educating students on gender, stating that the concept is a mere choice.

The station reported that many concerned parents reached out to the network to describe what they say is the school pushing a “leftist ideology.”

One parent told the station that teachers assigned the children’s book titled, “It Feels Good to Be Yourself.”

The book says, “Some people are boys. Some people are girls. Some people are both, neither, or somewhere in between,” according to KUSI.

In remarks, Payton Hobbs — head of the institution’s lower school — confirmed that the book was shared with students.

“[T]he focus of the lesson [redacted] mentioned is connected to concept of Dignity and its meaning here at LJCDS,” Hobbs said in a statement. “During the lesson, they discuss ‘acceptance of identity’ as an aspect of our Dignity model. Students are also provided time to talk about what this means to them.”

“[A]fter this initial discussion, they read ‘It Feels Good to Be Yourself’ by Theresa Thorn which focuses on gender identity,” the statement continued. “Afterwards, the team takes questions from the students, and talk a bit about pronouns.”

The station reports that the school tuition is nearly $30,000 per year for students K-4.

Anything else?

The school made headlines in November after one official reportedly told a student to remove their “offensive” Make America Great Again hat.

At the time, KUSI reported:

KUSI News has obtained an email sent to all staff from La Jolla County Day’s Head of School, Gary Krahn.

The controversy that emerged from Krahn’s email to LJCD staff is in regards to one of their students showing up to school wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

Krahn’s email reads, “We also had a student wear a MAGA Hat today. I have talked with that student who now understands why that hat is offensive to our community. He will not wear it again. In addition his mom said that she is embarrassed by his actions. She will fulfill her role as a parent. We will continue to grow as a community that sees and values the dignity of all people.”

(H/T: The College Fix)

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Murdered Delaware Cpl. Keith Heacook’s cousin issues fiery remarks on how media treats slain officers, gets rousing response

Delmar Police Department Cpl. Keith Heacook’s cousin tore into the media on Monday during Heacook’s funeral.

What’s a brief history here?

The fallen officer — a 22-year veteran of the department who was weeks away from retirement — was laid to rest on Monday after Randon T. Wilkerson reportedly beat him to death during a late April domestic call in which Heacook was the only officer to respond.

Heacook was rushed to Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland, where he was placed on life support. True to the officer’s prior wishes, he was kept on life support for organ donation.

Grave understaffing has plagued the Delmar, Delaware, police department for years.

The town of Delmar straddles the Delaware-Maryland state line.

What are the details?

During the Monday funeral, Heacook’s cousin Larry Schwartz — a retired law enforcement officer — took to the church’s platform to memorialize his fallen family member.

“On April 24, Keith was getting ready for his midnight shift,” Schwartz said. “Your thoughts are not, ‘What’s going to happen to me today?’ It’s, ‘Does the kid have a game? Do I gotta go to the bank? Am I getting enough sleep for my side job?'”

Detailing the call that took the well-loved officer’s life, Schwartz continued, “In that home, he met an attacker, an unarmed man. Keith fought hard for his life. He had so much to live for. Was he thinking of his wife Susan? His son Matthew? His mother Anita?”

“Giving everything he had to make sure he could get back to his family, but that didn’t happen because in the real world, criminals don’t always comply and unarmed criminals can kill you,” he added. “This caused a nightmare these first responders will have for the rest of their lives, but here we are today paying tribute for our hero.”

Pointing to how the media often covers police officers’ deaths when compared to suspects’ deaths, Schwartz added, “If Cpl. Heacook had to take the [bad] actor’s life, what would have happened to his life? It would’ve been hell. The media would’ve been here in full force … ‘Unarmed this, unarmed that’ every night without fail.”

“Keith would have been placed on administrative leave while the investigation was conducted,” he continued. “That investigation would have taken weeks, if not months, to complete. During that time, Keith’s life would have been put under a microscope, as it’s easy for folks who have no idea about police work. His family would be shunned. Even when Keith was cleared, that does not generate enough news.”

Speaking directly to Delmar leaders, Schwartz demanded, “Are you going to make changes so this doesn’t happen again, or are you going to let it roll the dice? Because I can assure, this can happen again.”

Calling out Delmar Police Chief Ivan Barkley, Schwartz said, “Chief Barkley, you’re the leader, this is the time for your voice to be heard. I heard your newscast when you said you needed more manpower. Chief, stand up and fight for your officers. Don’t be silenced, they deserve it.”

“To the federal and state politicians — what are you saying to the men of law enforcement when you shout, ‘Defund the police’ and ‘Strip them of qualified immunity,’ yet you keep qualified immunity for yourselves,” he added. “Stop listening to the loudest voices. Listen to the voices that law enforcement protect. … FYI you know who hates bad officers the most? The good cops out there doing the job every day of the week.”

“Let his name be a beginning, not an end,” Schwartz concluded. “Good change can come from this. Let it happen.”

Cpl. Keith A. Heacook Funeral Service

Leaders weigh in

Delmar Police Department Cpl. Kevin McCahill said that Heacook was an ideal police officer with the “true heart of a servant.”

“He fought the good fight with dignity and grace,” McCahill said.

McCahill also said that the fallen officer was a “gentle giant, strong as an ox, a giant teddy bear, and a happy-go-lucky fellow” who was “always smiling” and “would do anything for anyone.”

“Keith helped anyone who needed help,” he added. “That was Keith’s way — he never wanted credit.”

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R), also in attendance at Monday’s service, said that his family, friends, and co-workers should focus on the legacy Heacook left behind in the wake of his death.

“We pray that you find solace knowing that his sacrifice will not ever be forgotten and that he’s a true hero,” Hogan said. “Keith’s legacy will forever live on through the countless lives that he touched throughout his incredible life.”

“There was nothing he wouldn’t do for the residents of his community,” Hogan continued. “Keith spent more than two decades serving and protecting others, and he brought honor to his badge each and every day. He acted immediately without regard for his own safety. The heinous crime that followed which resulted in unspeakable tragedy is a reminder of the risks that our men and women in blue face every single day. And it’s on the worst of days that we ask the very best of them.”

The Maryland Republican added, “Cpl. Keith Heacook will have the eternal gratitude of two states that will forever be in his debt.”

Delaware Gov. John Carney (D), who was also at Heacook’s funeral, said, “Thank you for sharing your husband, your brother, son, your father with us, and for making him the kind of man willing to put his uniform on every single day to protect his neighbors and be a peacemaker for this little town too big for one state.”

Carney continued, “To Cpl. Heacook’s family and the Delmar Police Department, we know you’re feeling the collective grief of this whole community right now on both sides of the line. I hope you also feel the collective support, and the pride, and appreciation that we all feel when we think of you and when we think of your fallen brother. Put simply, you represent the best in all of us, and your courage and dedication to service lifts us up today during this very difficult time.”

“He wasn’t just doing his job, he was trying to help his neighbors. He was running toward the danger to protect his neighbors from that danger; he went to hat residence to be a peacemaker,” Carney said. “I find that my only consolation is knowing the incredible good in peacemakers like Cpl. Heacook and other law enforcement officers, who are willing to risk their lives to keep the rest of us safe, and in the end, that that good will prevail.”

‘It comes from the heart’

According to
WRDE-TV, the service featured several voicemails from Heacook to his family members.

One such message featured a cheerful Heacook leaving a message that said, “Hi honey! Enjoy your day at work. Have fun, work hard, earn that dollar, so you can take me out somewhere, ‘bye!”

In another recording, Heacook could be heard saying, “I’m sorry you missed my call too because I was bringing sexy back, ‘bye.”

“Love you!” a third message relayed. “Mean it! It comes from the heart!”

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Black school choice movement ‘explicitly rejects’ cultural movement that US is racist

A Minnesota black school choice movement has blasted the notion of the United States as being racist wholly false.

What are the details?

The movement, TakeCharge Minnesota, is a school choice movement founded in the black community and vows to tackle the idea of systemic racism.

The notion of systemic racism, the organization states, is “structured to undermine the lives of black Americans.”

According to the organization’s website, Kendall Qualls, a former U.S. Army officer and outspoken Republican, is leading the movement, which intends to counter that narrative and aims to “inspire and educate the black community and other minority groups in the Twin Cities to take charge of their own lives.”

“We acknowledge that racist people exist in the country, but explicitly reject the notion that the United States of America is a racist country,” the organization’s website states. “This is a subtle, but significant difference!

We also denounce the idea that the country is guilty of systemic racism, white privilege and abhor the concept of identity politics and the promotion of victimhood in minority communities.”

The group’s mission is “to inspire and educate black and other minorities communities of their full rights and privileges as Americans greatness to them by the Constitution.”

The group also insists that the way to do this is through quality education, which the group calls the “gateway to prosperity.”

“We desire to inspire them to take charge of their own lives, the lives of their children, and not to rely on government and politicians for redemption and prosperity,” the site adds. “We do not apologize for embracing America or its history. We believe that a well-grounded knowledge of American and world history strengthens our diverse country.”

Qualls ran against incumbent Democrat Rep. Dean Phillips in Minnesota’s 3rd District in November, but lost. He founded TakeCharge Minnesota two months later.

Qualls and the organization made new headlines over the weekend after an ad for the group appeared in the Star Tribune.

The ad — to commemorate Mother’s Day — read, “For many of you, it is a Happy Mother’s Day. But for us, it is not — because our children are being held in bondage. It is the bondage in Minneapolis Public Schools that, for five consecutive years, rank at the bottom of the country in test scores and graduation rates for students of color. Black children from Mississippi rank higher than Minnesota. We want a Mother’s Day gift of freedom — freedom of choice. Freedom as mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and aunts to choose the right school for the children in our families. Help us start a new life for them by supporting school choice.”

Anything else?

On Monday, the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder reported that K-12 enrollment in Minneapolis and St. Paul charter schools has grown exponentially — from 1,791 in 2001 to 11,624 in 2019 in Minneapolis, and 2,993 in 2001 to 12,432 in 2019 in St. Paul.

From the Spokesman-Recorder:

Nationally, “More options also mean a greater diversity of school environments that provide better matches for parents and students looking for the ‘right fit’ for children’s development,” said Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools President Lenny McAllister, a school choice proponent. He told the MSR that school choice, in light of historical academic achievement gaps, has helped Black children and other students of color. He disagrees with those who claim that school choice produces “re-segregation.”

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Starbucks may yank its Facebook page — which boasts 35 million followers — after users complain about ‘woke’ posts: Report

Starbucks is reportedly considering whether to pull its social media presence from Facebook after it began receiving deluges of negative remarks to its decidedly “woke” posts.

What are the details?

According to a Monday report from the New York Post, the company is in the process of “evaluating their organic presence on Facebook.”

On Thursday, BuzzFeed News reported that it had obtained internal Facebook discussions in which employees reported that Starbucks may take down its Facebook page. At the time of this reporting, the page has more than 35 million followers. The company is reportedly considering the move because of the “response it’s gotten to its post about social issues.”

A Facebook employee reportedly told colleagues, “Starbucks is in the process of evaluating their organic presence on FB, and whether they should continue to have a presence on the platform at all.”

The Facebook employee’s message reportedly continued, “Anything they post (organically) in regards to social issues or their mission & values work (e.g. BLM, LGBTQ, sustainability/climate change, etc.) they are overwhelmed by negative/insensitive hate speech related comments on their posts.”

Starbucks, according to the insider, has reportedly struggled to moderate the tide of negative responses and cannot disable comments on its page.

The Post reported that if Starbucks yanked its Facebook page, it would be among “the largest companies ever to depart the platform.”

In 2018, Tesla and SpaceX CEO billionaire Elon Musk deleted both brands’ Facebook pages as part of the #DeleteFacebook campaign.

A Starbucks spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that the company stands “against that speech.” The spokesperson did not, however, confirm whether the company is considering yanking its Facebook presence.

“While some changes have been implemented, we believe more can be done to create welcoming and inclusive online communities,” the spokesperson added. “We work collaboratively with all companies we do business with to ensure any advertising done on our behalf is in alignment with our brand standards.”

A spokesperson for Facebook told the outlet that the company works hard to “keep hate off their pages.”

“We don’t want hate on our platform and neither do our partners,” the spokesperson said. “We have invested in technologies to take down hate speech, and we proactively detect 97 percent of what we remove. We also offer tools to limit this content from appearing on partners’ pages including ways for brands to control those who can comment on their posts.”

What else?

Rashad Robinson, who is president of civil rights organization Color of Change, told BuzzFeed News that he is “encouraged” by the idea that Starbucks would leave the platform.

“I can see other companies joining Starbucks — but unless Facebook is accountable to a set of rules and standards, then their exit from Facebook won’t change Facebook,” Robinson said in a statement.

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Twitter-verified writer hopes Elon Musk burns alive after insisting he flashed a ‘white power’ symbol during ‘SNL’ appearance

Daisy Barringer, a self-proclaimed freelance editor and writer who is verified on Twitter, said that she hoped Tesla CEO Elon Musk would burn to death in one of his Teslas after she insisted he flashed a “white power” hand sign during his recent “Saturday Night Live” hosting duties.

Barringer’s tweets are now
protected at the time of this writing.

What are the details?

Barringer took supreme exception to Musk flashing the “OK” hand sign — which many in the woke crowd claim is a white power sign — during a Saturday segment on the popular comedy sketch show.

wrote, “Wait. Whaaaaaaaaa… did Elon Musk just … like… aggressively flash the white power sign during the Weekend Update? Please tell me I’m insane. Please. No really. Going to need you to tell me I’m insane.”

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“Listen, usually when I say I hope someone dies in a fire, I’m being hyperbolic,” Barringer continued, the Daily Wire noted. “But, like, Tesla’s do burn for four hours straight, so like … I’m not gonna be mad about it. I kept watching because I really hoped one of the cast members was going to walk to the front of the stage at the closing and punch him out.”

She later
added, “Definitely never thought Saturday Night Live would send me into a tornado of existential despair. But here we are. I almost don’t have words but I will say I hope his Tesla catches on fire and he dies.”

Image source: Wayback Machine screenshot

What else?

The Daily Wire reported that Barringer also insisted that Musk was not just ignorantly flashing the “OK” sign — he was intentionally promoting white supremacy during the appearance and called out people on social media who were reportedly defending him.

“SUPER shocking that the white supremacists are searching Twitter to ‘correct’ people about the never-been-more-obvious Elon Musk white power sign,” she added. “It’s like … I want to just roll my eyes, but that’s the last thing to do with Nazis.”

“Omg the people excusing Elon Musk saying it’s the ‘okay’ symbol,” Barringer added. “Wow wow wow. I guess they never learned about context. Why would [he] be saying okay at all, much less forwards and backwards.”

Weekend Update: Financial Expert Lloyd Ostertag on Cryptocurrency – SNL

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Gov. Ron DeSantis warns Antifa to stay out of Florida: Consequences ‘will be swift and they will be severe’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) says that anyone who would harm a person, their property, or police officers needs to stay out of the state — or face “swift” and “severe” consequences.

What are the details?

DeSantis warned that if rioters begin demonstrating in Florida — as they do in various places in Oregon — they will be met with severe consequences.

During last week’s press conference revealing that the state would apportion $1,000 bonuses to first responders, the Republican governor vowed to protect police officers and residents from rioting, vandalism, and violence.

“I think if you look around the country, what happens is, like in Portland, these people riot every night,” he said. “They go, they get their mug shot, and then they get put right back on the street to do it again. That’s what we don’t want.”

He added, “The minute you harm somebody else or you harm somebody’s property, you do those types of things, the only way we’re going to put a stop to it is to have very swift penalties for it.”

Pointing to areas such as Portland, Oregon, DeSantis added that crime is spiking in areas across America due to a lack of support for police.

“There’s a lot of places around this country that have not stood by law enforcement, and the tragedy of it is, you’re seeing crime spike in certain parts of our country like we haven’t seen in decades,” he explained. “The people that are going to be most affected by that are the most vulnerable members of our society.”

He also added that he is issuing the statewide bonuses because it is imperative for law enforcement and first responders to function and serve the country as they always have.

“One of the reasons we are here today with the bonuses is because we know just how important that is. It tells people, ‘Hey, if you are in Portland and you think you can come down to Florida and do this, stay out of our state!’ We don’t want you coming down here and causing problems,” DeSantis insisted. “If anyone does cause these problems, if you try to burn something down, try harm anybody, but particularly a police officer during one these violent assemblies, there will be consequences. They will be swift and they will be severe. They will be such that people who see that happening will know that’s not something that we want to do going forward.”

“Stay out of our state!” Gov. DeSantis warns protesters NOT to come to FL or face consequences

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Mass killing at Colorado birthday party leaves 6 dead

A suspect opened fire at a Colorado birthday party on Sunday, killing at least six people before turning the gun on himself.

What are the details?

The suspect, whom authorities have yet to publicly identify , reportedly opened fire at a Colorado Springs birthday party, killing six adults. Children who were attending the party witnessed the killing spree.

He then was said to have fatally shot himself.

According to a Monday report from the Associated Press, the suspect is believed to have been the boyfriend of a female victim at the party.

The birthday party was for one of the people who was killed, the outlet noted.

Neighbor Yenifer Reyes said that she heard the gunshots and thought they were thunder.

“Then I started hearing sirens,” she added.

She also recalled police ushering children who were “crying hysterically” from the home.

Authorities have yet to divulge the identities of the victims at the time of this reporting and stated that a motive was not immediately known.

The investigation is ongoing.

What else?

Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski expressed his condolences in a statement on the incident.

“My heart breaks for the families who have lost someone they love and for the children who have lost their parents,” his statement read.

Niski added, “Words fall short to describe the tragedy that took place this morning. As the chief of police, as a husband, as a father, as a grandfather, as a member of this community, my heart breaks for the families who have lost someone they love and for the children who have lost their parents. From the officers who responded to the shooting to the investigators still on scene, we are all left incredibly shaken.”

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) also tweeted about the incident, writing, “My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims of today’s tragic act of violence in Colorado Springs.”

“The tragic shooting in Colorado Springs is devastating, especially as many of us are spending the day celebrating the women in our lives who have made us the people we are today,” he continued. “Multiple lives were taken today by this terrible act of violence. Families torn apart, and at a birthday party no less.”

Polis concluded, “My deepest condolences and prayers are with the victims, their families, and everyone else impacted by this tragedy.”

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Mass killing at Colorado birthday party leaves 6 dead

A suspect opened fire at a Colorado birthday party on Sunday, killing at least six people before turning the gun on himself.

What are the details?

The suspect, whom authorities have yet to publicly identify , reportedly opened fire at a Colorado Springs birthday party, killing six adults. Children who were attending the party witnessed the killing spree.

He then was said to have fatally shot himself.

According to a Monday report from the Associated Press, the suspect is believed to have been the boyfriend of a female victim at the party.

The birthday party was for one of the people who was killed, the outlet noted.

Neighbor Yenifer Reyes said that she heard the gunshots and thought they were thunder.

“Then I started hearing sirens,” she added.

She also recalled police ushering children who were “crying hysterically” from the home.

Authorities have yet to divulge the identities of the victims at the time of this reporting and stated that a motive was not immediately known.

The investigation is ongoing.

What else?

Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski expressed his condolences in a statement on the incident.

“My heart breaks for the families who have lost someone they love and for the children who have lost their parents,” his statement read.

Niski added, “Words fall short to describe the tragedy that took place this morning. As the chief of police, as a husband, as a father, as a grandfather, as a member of this community, my heart breaks for the families who have lost someone they love and for the children who have lost their parents. From the officers who responded to the shooting to the investigators still on scene, we are all left incredibly shaken.”

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) also tweeted about the incident, writing, “My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims of today’s tragic act of violence in Colorado Springs.”

“The tragic shooting in Colorado Springs is devastating, especially as many of us are spending the day celebrating the women in our lives who have made us the people we are today,” he continued. “Multiple lives were taken today by this terrible act of violence. Families torn apart, and at a birthday party no less.”

Polis concluded, “My deepest condolences and prayers are with the victims, their families, and everyone else impacted by this tragedy.”

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Chief judge for Maryland district courts orders all employees to stop wearing Thin Blue Line logos while working

Chief Judge John P. Morrissey has ordered all district court employees to avoid wearing any articles of clothing that feature the “thin blue line” logo out of concern that displaying such items could be “an issue of perceived bias.”

What are the details?

According to a Friday report from the Washington Post, court staffers are prohibited from wearing or using “thin blue line” masks, clothing, and any other paraphernalia.

Morrissey sent a memo to employees this week with the new directive. The memo was in direct response to a May 4 letter from Maryland Public Defender Paul DeWolfe, who complained that personal articles featuring the logo created a “fair trial issue” in courtrooms across the state.

In his letter, DeWolfe wrote, “The ‘thin blue line’ is commonly depicted as a black and white rendition of the American flag with a blue stripe running just under the stars, with the ‘thin blue line’ itself representing the belief that the police are the only thing that stands between order and chaos.”

“It has been adopted by the ‘Blue Lives Matter’ movement, which launched in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, and has been associated at times with white supremacist groups,” DeWolfe added.

He concluded, “To allow these masks to be worn by courtroom staff during hearings and trials of our clients, a large swath of them black, denies them the appearance that their hearing is being conducted fairly and without bias.”

Morrissey agreed, according to the Baltimore Sun, and wrote in response that wearing logos “which may be perceived as showing bias of favoritism to a particular group of people could undermine the District Court’s mission.”

“The Judiciary must maintain itself as an unbiased and independent branch of Maryland state government,” he added.

The new policy went into immediate effect.

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Melinda Gates reportedly furious over relationship between husband Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein

A new report states that Melinda Gates was very uncomfortable with a meeting that took place between her husband, Bill Gates, and late accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

The meeting allegedly caused major problems between Bill and Melinda and purportedly damaged their relationship.

The Gateses announced their intent to divorce on social media this week.

What are the details?

According to a Thursday report from the Daily Beast, the couple met with Epstein in 2013 while in New York City.

Gates was still Microsoft’s chairman at the time of the meeting.

Following the meeting, Melinda reportedly told her husband that she was furious at the relationship between him and Epstein and felt incredibly uncomfortable with the encounter.

“Gates’ friendship with Epstein — who for years was accused of molesting scores of underage girls — still haunts Melinda, according to friends of the couple who spoke to The Daily Beast this week in light of the pair’s divorce announcement, which had been weeks in the making,” the outlet reported.

Bill reportedly also met with Epstein several times beginning in 2011 to solicit donations for a charitable fund — three years after the late accused pedophile pleaded guilty to soliciting a young girl. He also reportedly rode aboard Epstein’s private jet during one occasion in 2013.

Bill has previously said that he never had any business relationships with the late billionaire financier and that he never had any private meetings with Epstein.

In 2019, Bill said, “I met [Epstein]. I didn’t have any business relationship or friendship with him. I didn’t go to New Mexico or Florida or Palm Beach or any of that. There were people around him who were saying, ‘Hey, if you want to raise money for global health and get more philanthropy, he knows a lot of rich people.’ Every meeting where I was with him were meetings with men. I was never at any parties or anything like that. He never donated any money to anything that I know about.”

The outlet also noted that Boris Nikolic — Harvard Medical school grad and “former adviser to Gates” who was “mysteriously named a backup executor in Epstein’s last will and testament” — reportedly acted as a go-between for Bill and Epstein.

The outlet reported that no spokesperson for either Bill or Melinda responded to requests for comments on the report. A spokesperson for Nikolic also did not respond to the outlet’s request for a statement.

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VIDEO: Man who sustained horrific injuries after his rifle exploded says he is lucky to be alive, spreads message of God’s mercy

Scott Allen DeShields Jr. says that he is incredibly lucky to be alive after his .50 caliber rifle blew up in his face.

Video of the incident went viral on YouTube, racking in millions of views over the last week.

What are the details?

In an Instagram post on Kentucky Ballistics’ page, DeShields claimed that he believed his ammunition had been tampered with, and as a result, his rifle blew up in his face.

DeShields, who operates Kentucky Ballistics as a men’s lifestyle site, thanked God for his mercies in sparing his life — perhaps three times over, considering his injuries — and said that God is good all the time.

On Instagram, DeShields wrote, “A 1 inch piece of metal blew through my neck lacerating my jugular vein and puncturing a hole in my right lung. My right lung would later fill with blood and collapse. My right orbital bone broke in three places and my nose broke. I went blind in my right eye instantly (My eyesight returned a day later).”

He continued, “My left index finger snapped and I had fractured ribs. After having my right lung intubated and drained while I was awake, I was then sedated and life flighted to Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville.”

Image source: YouTube screenshot

DeShields explained that doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center were able to execute lifesaving surgery.

“There were many risks such as me bleeding out and having a stroke,” he added. “Praise God the surgery was a success!”

He added that during the entire drive to the hospital, he had his left thumb “shoved into the hole in [his] neck” in order to stem the tide of blood. Doctors said that the move saved his life — and that he would have bled to death otherwise.

“God is good!” he concluded the revealing post.

Video of the incident has gone viral and has received more than 11 million views on
YouTube alone.

My 50 Cal Exploded

DeShields’ full
Instagram post reads:

On the date of April 9th 2021, I was filming a video shooing my Serbu RN 50 with 50 BMG SLAP ammunition. The ammunition was overpowered. To my understanding these were genuine military rounds, but apparently they had been tampered with. This caused my 50 BMG to explode.

A 1 inch piece of metal blew through my neck lacerating my jugular vein and puncturing a hole in my right lung. My right lung would later fill with blood and collapse. My right orbital bone broke in three places and my nose broke. I went blind in my right eye instantly (My eyesight returned a day later). My left index finger snapped and I had fractured ribs.

After having my right lung intubated and drained while I was awake, I was then sedated and life flighted to Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville. The Trauma Team saved my life. They cut open my rib cage completely to remove the shrapnel, repair my lung and repair my jugular vein.

This is easier said than done. There were many risks such as me bleeding out and having a stroke. Praise God the surgery was a success! The entire drive to the hospital I had my left thumb shoved into the hole in my neck to attempt to stop the bleeding. The doctors said I lost a tremendous amount of blood. They said that I would typically have 6 to 8 Units in my body max and they gave me 5 units total. They said my thumb in my neck saved me. I would have died otherwise. They also told me that the majority of people would have died from these injuries.

It’s been a couple weeks and I’m healing extremely fast. I came home in just 8 days! There is A LOT more to this story. It’s too much to put in this post. I recommend you go watch my video on YouTube. I describe everything in detail. God is good!

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Biden’s National Day of Prayer proclamation makes no mention of God — but it does talk about racial justice and climate change

President Joe Biden’s Thursday
National Day of Prayer proclamation omitted any mention of God.

It did, however, discuss racial justice and climate change.

What are the details?

Biden’s proclamation, issued on Thursday, addressed the power of prayer.

“Throughout our history, Americans of many religions and belief systems have turned to prayer for strength, hope, and guidance,” the proclamation began. “Prayer has nourished countless souls and powered moral movements — including essential fights against racial injustice, child labor, and infringement on the rights of disabled Americans. Prayer is also a daily practice for many, whether it is to ask for help or strength, or to give thanks over blessings bestowed.”

The president pointed out that the First Amendment protects “the rights of free speech and religious liberty,” thus protecting the right of all Americans to pray.

“These freedoms have helped us to create and sustain a Nation of remarkable religious vitality and diversity across the generations,” the proclamation added.

Lauding the “healing balm of prayer,” Biden added, “As we continue to confront the crises and challenges of our time — from a deadly pandemic, to the loss of lives and livelihoods in its wake, to a reckoning on racial justice, to the existential threat of climate change — Americans of faith can call upon the power of prayer to provide hope and uplift us for the work ahead.”

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  • A portion of former President Donald Trump’s 2018 proclamation read, “On this National Day of Prayer, let us come together, all according to their faiths, to thank God for His many blessings and ask for His continued guidance and strength.”
  • A portion of former President Barack Obama’s 2015 proclamation read, “Through prayer we find the strength to do God’s work.” A portion of his 2010 proclamation read, “On this day, let us give thanks for the many blessings God has bestowed upon our Nation.”
  • A portion of former President George W. Bush’s 2003 proclamation read, “We come together to thank God for our Nation’s many blessings, to acknowledge our need for His wisdom and grace, and to ask Him to continue to watch over our country in the days ahead.”
  • A portion of former President Bill Clinton’s 1995 proclamation read, “Let us not forget those painful lessons of our past, but continue to seek the guidance of God in all the affairs of our Nation.”
  • A portion of former President George H.W. Bush’s 1991 proclamation read, “As one Nation under God, we Americans are deeply mindful of both our dependence on the Almighty and our obligations as a people He has richly blessed.”
  • A portion of former President Ronald Reagan’s 1987 proclamation suggested Americans “turn our faces and our hearts to God not only at moments of personal danger and civil strife, but in the full flower of the liberty, peace, and abundance that He has showered upon us.”
  • A portion of former President Jimmy Carter’s 1979 proclamation read, “We endure and remain a land of hope because of the basic goodness and strength of our people and because the God of us all has shown us His favor.”
  • A portion of former President Gerald Ford’s 1976 proclamation, issued during the nation’s bicentennial celebration, read, “Let us also reflect on the profound faith in God which inspired the founding fathers.”
  • A portion of former President Richard Nixon’s 1973 proclamation read, “America is a nation under God.”
  • A portion of former President Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1967 proclamation read, “Let each of us pray that God will endow us with the constancy to prevail in defense of freedom, and with the courage and resolution to preserve and extend His blessings of liberty.”
  • A portion of former President John F. Kennedy’s 1962 proclamation read, “May we especially ask God’s blessing upon our homes, that this integral unit of society may nurture our youth and give to them the needed faith in God, in our Nation, and in their future.”
  • A portion of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s 1959 proclamation read, “Let us remember that our God is the God of all men, that only as all men are free can liberty be secure for any, and that only as all prosper can any be content in their good fortune.”
  • A portion of former President Harry Truman’s 1952 proclamation suggested Americans “beseech God to grant us wisdom to know the course which we should follow.”