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    A Washington, D.C., Fox anchor was suspended on Tuesday after tweeting that he was annoyed “obese people of all ages get priority access before all essential workers.” “When most stayed home, we went into work everyday last March, April, May, and everyday since putting ourselves & loved ones at risk,” Fox 5 News anchor Blake McCoy tweeted. “Vaccinate all essential workers. Then obese.” When the internet is forever pic.twitter.com/BgTuvAVSKh— ❄️Not That Guy (@DropMikeWilson) February 23, 2021 Following McCoy's tweet, a Fox 5 spokesperson confirmed to People magazine that he had been suspended for his post.  “Blake McCoy has been suspended from WTTG-FOX 5 pending further review,” the spokesperson told People. McCoy tweeted out an apology later that day saying that he deleted the tweet that was “insensitive and offensive.” Earlier today I Tweeted something insensitive and offensive. I truly regret my words and want to apologize.I have deleted...
    The Fox 5 station in Washington, DC, has suspended a news anchor who tweeted his annoyance that obese Americans have been getting the vaccine early before being slammed for his comments and a backhanded apology on Twitter.   Blake McCoy, who is the co-anchor for Fox 5's evening broadcasts, made the remarks Tuesday afternoon.  'I'm annoyed obese people of all ages get priority vaccine access before all essential workers,' he tweeted.  'When most stayed home, we went into work everyday last March, April, May and everyday since putting ourselves & loved ones at risk. Vaccinate all essential workers. Then obese.'   He later deleted the tweet and issued an apology, saying: 'Earlier today I Tweeted something insensitive and offensive. I truly regret my words and want to apologize. I have deleted my tweet and ask that you accept my sincere apology.'  The Fox 5 station in Washington, DC, has suspended news...
    A California teacher has provoked outrage for a tweet dismissing  "rich white parents" for their concerns about their children’s mental health amid school closures, arguing that it only feeds the kids’ "sense of entitlement." "All the rich white parents suddenly concerned about mental health can take a seat," wrote Bethany Meyer, a special education teacher with the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), in a now-deleted tweet. Meyer deleted the tweet after it angered parents.  (Twitter) "Most of them are causing their kids’ anxiety by pressuring them to complete asynchronous work and feeding into their sense of entitlement. Sorry/not sorry," read the Feb. 17 tweet in a screenshot shared by the local news website, SFGate. Meyer’s Twitter account has since been set to private mode and her tweets are only visible to her followers. It remains unclear if Meyer has faced any disciplinary action. Fox News has reached...
    Isaiah Wilson tweeted and deleted a message saying he was done playing football with the Tennessee Titans. Last offseason, the Tennessee Titans selected Isaiah Wilson out of Georgia to be their right tackle of the future. His rookie year did not go as planned due to a variety of off-field issues, logging a grand total of four snaps in the NFL. Last week, Titans general manager Jon Robinson said that Wilson will have to decide whether he wants to play professional football. It appears Robinson received his answer. On Monday night, Wilson sent out a tweet saying that he is “done with football as a Titan” and that he would take “no further comments.” The tweet has since been deleted. Isaiah Wilson was the Titans first-round pick last year. This was him tonight… pic.twitter.com/5wyp8NfeCh — Jeff Risdon (@JeffRisdon) February 23, 2021 Wilson’s future in Tennessee up in the airAfter a...
    Newsmax TV host Greg Kelly deleted a tweet on Thursday afternoon, shortly after posting the message to his over quarter of a million followers, in which he fumed over what appears to be workplace drama at the cable channel. More specifically, he expressed grievances that an “in-group” at Newsmax didn’t invite him on a recent vineyard excursion. “TRUE STORY: a certain “in” group at work decided to go on a little “outing” to a VINEYARD this past weekend. (Totally not my thing-but would have been NICE to be asked!)” Kelly tweeted. Screenshot via Mediaite “WASTE OF TIME AND TONEY GO TO THE LIQUOR STORE IF YOU MUST !!” he added, in the now-deleted tweet. A Mediaite request for comment to Newsmax TV wasn’t immediately returned on Friday morning. The Newsmax host isn’t afraid of stirring the pot on Twitter, as not too long ago, he began rage tweeting about...
    NEYMAR is facing a two-game ban for slamming the penalty decision given to Barcelona on Tuesday night. The Brazilian star could be made to explain his tweets during the 4-1 win for his PSG side. 4Neymar slammed Barcelona's penalty in their 4-1 defeat by PSG 4Layvin Kurzawa was adjudged to have tripped up Frenkie De JongCredit: Reuters And Uefa could act with a ban of up to two games for the 29-year-old. He missed the thrilling Champions League last 16 first-leg tie through injury. But Neymar was active on Twitter after Frenkie de Jong controversially won a penalty for Barcelona in the 27th minute. It appeared the Dutchman may have just tripped over his own legs, but that didn’t stop the ref from awarding a penalty against Layvin Kurzawa. A VAR review sided with the match official. Neymar tweeted: “Joke that penalty,” accompanied by laughing emojis. And former Nou Camp...
    MARINE have said sorry for going on Twitter to poke fun at Tottenham’s FA Cup exit at Everton. The Merseyside minnows were beaten 5-0 at home by Spurs in the third round. 4Spurs prevailed in unfamiliar surroundings last monthCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Tottenham crashed out of the cup at the hands of EvertonCredit: Alamy Live News And after the North Londoners’ epic 5-4 fifth-round defeat at nearby Goodison Park on Wednesday, the non-Leaguers tweeted a mocked-up version of The Avengers film poster with the superheroes’ faces replaced with those of Everton players, with the message: Thanks, Everton. Many Spurs fans took umbrage with the post having helped raise over £300,000 for the little Crosby club prior to their tie through virtual tickets.  Marine deleted the tweet on Thursday morning and said: "Last night a post was placed on our official account. "This was a mistake and was in poor...
    Chiefs cornerback Tyrann Mathieu tweeted then deleted an accusation that Buccaneers star quarterback Tom Brady said something terrible to him during the Super Bowl. After the game, Mathieu jumped to Twitter to make some vague accusation that Brady said something really bad to him during one of their tête-à-têtes during the game. “He called me something I won’t repeat but yeah I’ll let all the media throw me under bus as if I did something of said something to him,” Mathieu tweeted. “Go back to my previous games against TB12 I showed him nothing but respect. Look at my interviews about him, I show grace.” However, it wasn’t long before Mathieu deleted the tweet. Lmaoo Tyrann Mathieu deleted this tweet after he found out Brady was mic’d up all game????When in doubt play the victim card pic.twitter.com/vdks6V9pj4 — TRUMP 2024???????? (@snviny) February 8, 2021 After all, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback...
    Health officials concerned after maskless Super Bowl celebrations; Florida reaches 200 variant cases: Latest COVID-19 updates Joe Biden calls women out of work, kids out of school a national emergency in interview Tyrann Mathieu claims Tom Brady called me something I wont repeat in deleted tweet Video Chiefs vs. Buccaneers highlights | Super Bowl LV NFL See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next New Allegiant Stadium billboard honors two new NFL Hall of Fame members KTNV Las Vegas, NV Super Bowl champs Tom Brady, Gronkowski to visit Disney Fox Business Clark County floats idea of Super Bowl Las Vegas 2024 KTNV Las Vegas, NV Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine Have a Pitch Perfect Reunion at 2021 Super Bowl E! Jim ‘Mattress Mack’ McIngvale won big after Buccaneers Super Bowl 55 victory SMG ...
    Tyrann Mathieu put Tom Brady on blast for what sparked a heated moment between them in Super Bowl 55.  If you come at the king you best not miss — or if you do, call him out on Twitter.
    Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu got into a heated exchange with Tom Brady during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl LV victory on Sunday night. The cameras spotted the two ultra-competitive players jawing at each other during the first half of the game. Mathieu even got into Brady’s face after a second touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Mathieu tweeted after the game that Brady called him "something I won’t repeat." "He called me something I won’t repeat but yeah I’ll let all the media throw me under the bus as if I did something or said something to him… go back to my previous games against TB12 I showed him nothing but respect. Look at my interviews about him… I show grace," he wrote. Mathieu deleted the tweet, but not before it was screenshotted. Barstool Sports pointed it out after the...
    FURIOUS Manchester United fans have accused Manchester City captain Fernandinho of mocking the Munich air disaster on the anniversary of the tragedy. Fernandinho, 35, posted images on social media on Saturday of him celebrating a goal in training by running with his arms stretched out like a plane. 2Fernandinho has upset some fans with a poorly-timed Twitter postCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2The Saturday evening tweet was hastily deleted after fans complained The Twitter post, later deleted, also included aeroplane, explosion and laughter emojis. It prompted a furious reaction from some Red Devils fans on the 63rd anniversary of the accident that killed 23 people including eight members of the “Busby Babes” team. Angry supporters of the Old Trafford club branded the Brazilian midfielder “disgusting” and a “disgrace” and called for the FA to ban him. While others accepted Fernandinho did not mean to cause offence but said he should...
    Ioan Gruffudd’s wife Alice Evans shared her heartbreak over her broken marriage on Instagram. “I never thought this would happen to us,” the 49-year-old actress captioned two photos of broken hearts on Friday. “I am still fighting against it, because I love our kids, and I still love him, but something has happened inside his head and whatever it is, I don’t see him coming back to us.” “The pain is excruciating but I am stronger than an ox, and though I weep all day when my kids aren’t looking, at night I add up figures and plan futures for us and you know what? I will do those two angels right if it’s all I ever do.! ❤️????” Evans continued.  Last month “The Vampire Diaries” actress announced on Twitter that Gruffudd was “mentally torturing” and “gaslighting” her and that he “no longer loves me.” “Sad news. My believed...
    More On: celebrity divorces ‘Buffy’ alum James Marsters divorcing Patricia Rahman Kanye West moves 500 pairs of sneakers out of Kardashian marital home Libbie Mugrabi calls ex ‘a starter husband’ The 9 biggest revelations from the Wendy Williams documentary Ioan Gruffudd’s wife Alice Evans shared her heartbreak over her broken marriage on Instagram. “I never thought this would happen to us,” the 49-year-old actress captioned two photos of broken hearts on Friday. “I am still fighting against it, because I love our kids, and I still love him, but something has happened inside his head and whatever it is, I don’t see him coming back to us.” “The pain is excruciating but I am stronger than an ox, and though I weep all day when my kids aren’t looking, at night I add up figures and plan futures for us and you know what? I will do those two...
    KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV'S manager said a comeback fight with Georges St-Pierre was 'in the works' - before backtracking. Ali Abdelaziz, who has worked with Khabib since the lightweight champion joined the UFC, caused confusion online. 5Khabib pictured with his manager Ali Abdelaziz, middleCredit: Refer to Caption 5UFC legend Georges St-PierreCredit: Instagram @georgesstpierre 5 5 He first tweeted: "People saying Khabib is in the works verse Khabib is completely True." But the post was swiftly deleted and replaced with a contradictory statement. Abdelaziz wrote: "Khabib vs Gsp The rumor completely false Fake news." He followed it up with: "Yes is a complete lie because Dana have no interest or gsp he’s amazing he get to do whatever he wants he doesn’t need to fight." Nurmagomedov, 32, retired in October, after his first fight since the loss of his influential father Abdulmanap, who passed away aged 57 in...
    BARCELONA took a cheeky swing at Gareth Bale after an astonishing 5-3 fightback win at Granada. The Spanish giants trolled the Spurs loanee, tweeting matchwinner Antoine Griezmann's golfing-style celebration below: "Barca. Comeback. Golf. In that order." 5Barcelona quickly took down their jokey jibe at Gareth Bale 5Gareth bale got in hot water with Real Madrid when he joined Wales' team-mates holding up a flag with this jokey but controversial message in 2019 5Gareth Bales has still to get back into the swing of things at TottenhamCredit: Rex Features Barcelona could not have seen the wood for the trees at 2-0 down after 88 minutes of their Copa del Rey quarter-final. But Griezmann's quick double took the tie into extra time, where Ronald Koeman's fast-improving side were rampant. Buoyant Barcelona then thought they had judged their humour to a tee - with their Griezmann post parodying Welsh fans' famous "Wales, Golf, Madrid" song for...
    ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel appears to have deleted a tweet knocking former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart for expressing solidarity with the amateur stock traders behind last week's Wall Street shakeup.  On Friday, Stewart debuted on Twitter and weighed in on the controversial move by  trading app Robinhood to halt purchases of shares in companies like GameStop, which saw a dramatic surge in stock value after a group of Reddit users bought up shares. "This is bulls---," Stewart reacted. "The Redditors aren't cheating, they're joining a party Wall Street insiders have been enjoying for years. Don't shut them down...maybe sue them for copyright infringement instead!!" JON STEWART JOINS TWITTER, CALLS ROBINHOOD BLOCKING GAMESTOP STOCK PURCHASES 'BULLS---' Apparently, that did not sit well with Kimmel, who sarcastically inquired: "RealDonaldTrump? Is this you?" According to Washington Examiner writer Siraj Hashmi, who called out the ABC host on Sunday and put him on his infamous "list" of Twitter wrongdoers, Kimmel deleted the tweet. ".@jimmykimmel...
    Mitchell Robinson attempted to swat away speculation about any unhappiness with his role with the Knicks. After posting and deleting a tweet stating “One day they’ll let me play” following Tuesday’s loss in Utah, the third-year center addressed the media for the first time in nearly two weeks ahead of Friday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Garden. “It was like a personal thing. So I really, at the same time, I don’t even want to talk about that,” Robinson said about the deleted tweet. “It’s just something that’s going on in my life. And I’ll leave that alone.” Robinson played 31 minutes Tuesday against the Jazz, and he’s started each of the Knicks’ first 19 games, averaging a career-best 29.6 minutes per appearance. Still, after setting an NBA record with a .742 field-goal percentage last season – almost exclusively on dunks and putbacks — the 22-year-old center...
    More On: new york knicks Immanuel Quickley grateful for this NBA star’s advice Tom Thibodeau’s response to Mitchell Robinson complaint Knicks player’s damning words downplayed by coach Rising star’s deleted tweet could spell trouble for Knicks Mitchell Robinson attempted to swat away speculation about any unhappiness with his role with the Knicks. After posting and deleting a tweet stating “One day they’ll let me play” following Tuesday’s loss in Utah, the third-year center addressed the media for the first time in nearly two weeks ahead of Friday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Garden. “It was like a personal thing. So I really, at the same time, I don’t even want to talk about that,” Robinson said about the deleted tweet. “It’s just something that’s going on in my life. And I’ll leave that alone.” Robinson played 31 minutes Tuesday against the Jazz, and he’s started each of...
    Knicks Mitchell Robinson displays frustration over Tom Thibodeau’s expectations via deleted tweet By: Alexander Wilson January 29, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditEvery player has a specific role on any given team, and the New York Knicks have embodied a new culture and style of play this season after hiring head coach Tom Thibodeau. His focus on defense has proved to be a significant factor in the Knicks’ minor success, as they currently sit at 8-11 on the year. With a competitive game against the Cleveland Cavaliers coming up on Friday evening, we should anticipate another hearty performance. However, sometimes new styles and the expectations that come with them can create distrust in some players. Specifically, Center Mitchell Robinson has worked admirably to improve his shooting this past off-season, and he’s waiting for an opportunity to unlock his talents. Nonetheless, Thibodeau expects him to be a premium...
    Apparently, Mitchell Robinson hasn’t vocalized any concerns over his role in the offense to coach Tom Thibodeau. Following the Knicks’ loss to the Jazz on Tuesday in Utah, the team’s young center tweeted, “One day they’ll let me play.” Robinson is averaging a healthy 29.6 minutes per game and, thus far, has been able to avoid foul trouble most of the year, so it would seem the tweet was directed at his role in the offense. The tweet was quickly deleted, and Thibodeau said he was unaware of any issues Robinson may have. “I really don’t pay attention to that stuff,” he said after practice Thursday over Zoom. “And I’ve never coached through the media or social media or whatever that is. My conversations with him, that’s never come up.” Butch Stockton, Robinson’s high school coach, has told The Post’s Marc Berman that Robinson shot 3-pointers for him and hit...
    The last time Knicks center Mitchell Robinson spoke directly to the media came on Jan. 17 after their 105-75 win in Boston. At that point, Robinson was asked about his offensive arsenal. He hed teased on Instagram he’s ready to break out and actually launch jump shots. Across the long offseason, it was commonplace for a video of Robinson draining 3-pointers in a Louisiana gym to surface online. “I’m waiting on the opportunity,” Robinson said in Boston. “I’ll continue to play my role when it presents itself. When that time comes, I know I can shoot.” Fast forward to Tuesday night in Utah when an apparently frustrated Robinson tweeted – then deleted – “One day they’ll let me play.” Considering Robinson is averaging good minutes (29.6) and has stayed out of foul trouble this season, the message did not appear directed at the officials or his playing time. It very...
    More On: new york knicks We’re about to learn a little more about these Knicks Knicks end road trip with a whimper Knicks interested in former NBA All-Star Should this Knicks rookie be starting? The last time Knicks center Mitchell Robinson spoke directly to the media came on Jan. 17 after their 105-75 win in Boston. At that point, Robinson was asked about his offensive arsenal. He hed teased on Instagram he’s ready to break out and actually launch jump shots. Across the long offseason, it was commonplace for a video of Robinson draining 3-pointers in a Louisiana gym to surface online. “I’m waiting on the opportunity,” Robinson said in Boston. “I’ll continue to play my role when it presents itself. When that time comes, I know I can shoot.” Fast forward to Tuesday night in Utah when an apparently frustrated Robinson tweeted – then deleted – “One day...
    ALICE Evans claims she's being "gaslit and mentally tortured" by her husband Ioan Gruffudd after she announced their shock split on Twitter. Alice, 49, shocked her followers today when she wrote that Ioan, 47, had fallen out of love with her and would be leaving the family home next week after 13 years of marriage. 4Alice Evans has accused Ioan Gruffudd of 'mental torture'Credit: Times Newspapers Ltd The statement about their split was later deleted and now Alice claims Ioan removed the message using her Twitter account. She sent another tweet that read: "Hi there. I didn't delete the tweet from a few hours ago about him leaving. He did. From my account..." "And hell yes when I am being gaslit and mentally tortured then hell yes I will wash my linen in public." The now-deleted tweet, she was then criticised by a follower, who replied: "Seems like a weird...
    Ioan Gruffudd's wife has claimed she is being mentally tortured by the actor, after revealing he's 'leaving the family next week' after 13 years of marriage.   Alice Evans, 49, who has been with the actor for two decades, took to Twitter on Monday to share the 'sad news', stating the Welsh star, 47, said he 'no longer loves her' and has left her young daughters, Ella, 11, and Elsie, seven, feeling 'very sad'. In a twist in the tale however, the statement was later deleted, with Alice alleging that it was her husband who had taken to her account and removed the message.  She sent another message reading: 'Hi there. I didn't delete the tweet from a few hours ago about him leaving. He did. From my account...  Break-up: Ioan Gruffudd's wife has claimed she is being mentally tortured by the actor, after revealing he's 'leaving the family next week' after 13...
    An official with the Hawaii Republican Party resigned on Sunday, taking responsibility for a highly-criticized tweets defending supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory. Edwin Boyette, the vice chair of communications, issued a resignation letter on his personal Facebook page to state GOP chairwoman Shirlene Ostrov. “Discussion of some topics is ill suited to the forums of social media, and regardless of intent - only serves to increase conflict and discord,” Boyette wrote. “The discussion of the Q-Conspiracy was an error of judgement, and should not reflect upon the leadership or the members of the Republican Party of Hawaii. The responsibility for that discussion and that error is mine and and mine alone.” Today I gave my resignation as Vice Chair for Communications for the Hawaii Republican Party. I will be off social...Posted by Edwin Boyette on Sunday, January 24, 2021Boyette’s exit comes after the official Hawaii GOP Twitter account shared a...
    Hurting before COVID-19, failing companies took stimulus then closed Five people, unborn child killed in act of mass murder in Indianapolis Minions Tweet and Quickly Delete Creepy Tom Brady Photoshop There is an official, verified Minions Twitter account. As with any good brand, it exists to promote upcoming content (new movie this summer) and share topical dank memes that the kids will like. Today to celebrate the NFC Championship Game, @Minions tweeted a picture of a Minion photoshopped into a picture of Tom Brady kissing one of his children. The caption for the tweet was "Squeeze us like a deflated football @TomBrady." © Provided by The Big Lead Minions | Kevin Winter/Getty Images The Minions account deleted their Tom Brady tweet Cowards pic.twitter.com/mIo6atUHZo— Culture Crave ? (@CultureCrave) January 24, 2021The super weird tweet wasn't up for terribly long before someone deleted it because, well, it was weird. Who...
    Actor Tim Matheson took a not-so-subtle swipe at former First Lady Melania Trump while praising her successor Dr. Jill Biden in a now-deleted tweet.  Following the backlash that took place after members of the National Guard were sent out of the Capitol building and into a cold parking lot, the first lady appeared for a photo op with a group of them while carrying baskets of candy.  The "National Lampoon's Animal House" star reacted to the gesture by complimenting Biden, which included an indirect jab at her predecessor.  "So wonderful to have a First Lady with class and heart. And, can speak English!" Matheson exclaimed. BETTE MIDLER ACCUSED OF XENOPHOBIC TWEETS MOCKING MELANIA TRUMP: 'SHE STILL CAN'T SPEAK ENGLISH'  Actor Tim Matheson took a not-so-subtle swipe at former First Lady Melania Trump while praising her successor Dr. Jill Biden in a now-deleted tweet.  (Twitter) Critics slammed Matheson on social...
    The New York Times canceled an editor’s contract after she accused the Trump administration of “pettiness” on Inauguration Day and tweeted about having “chills” when President Joe Biden’s plane landed, according to journalist Yashar Ali. The editor, Lauren Wolfe, allegedly tweeted and then deleted a tweet accusing former President Donald Trump’s administration of “not sending a military plane to bring” Biden to Washington, D.C. The tweet was deleted after Wolfe learned that Biden decided to take his own plane, according to Ali. Wolfe appeared to delete her Twitter account after backlash on social media. These comments mostly “came from conservatives,” Ali wrote. (RELATED: Editor Who Worked On Tom Cotton’s NYT ‘Send In The Troops’ Op-Ed Reportedly Resigns From Paper) 2. Lauren Wolfe was tasked with mostly editing stories that were on the NYT live page (which were constantly updated) related to the pandemic and breaking news events. Most of the criticism of...
    Manchester United outcast Indy Boonen is at the centre of a trolling storm after attacking climate change activist Greta Thunberg. Belgian winger Boonen was dubbed the new Ryan Giggs when he joined United aged 16. 4Man Utd flop Indy Boonen is at the centre of a trolling storm after he lashed out at climate change campaigner Greta ThunbergCredit: Getty - Contributor 4Thunberg, 18, had posted a tweet about departed US president Donald TrumpCredit: Alamy Live News But he left Old Trafford for KV Oostende after three years in 2018 without making a senior appearances. Boonen sparked fury after reacting to a tweet from Swede Thunberg, 18. The campaigner posted a photo of former US president Donald Trump leaving the White House on Wednesday. She wrote: "He seems like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see!" Boonen, 22, contemptuously tweeted: "Go...
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Barry Moore’s personal Twitter account was suspended — leading him to delete the account — following tweets he made in the wake of the riot at the U.S. Capitol. It was not immediately clear what led to the suspension, but the congressman for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District tweeted, and in some cases deleted, comments about the riots that seemed to minimize the violence as rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol. “We have more arrests for stealing a podium on Jan. 6th than we do for stealing an election on November 3rd!” read one tweet from Moore’s personal account, that was captured in a screenshot by journalist Jamie Dupree. The tweet appeared to be a comment on the arrest of a man who was photographed smiling and carrying a lectern as the mob took over the Capitol. In another he wrote: “Understand it was a black...
    Hillary Clinton trolled President Trump after he was permanently banned from Twitter Friday.  Following his ban, Trump's Twitter account was deleted, much to his outrage.  After news of the ban broke, Clinton used her Twitter account to make a snarky comment about what happened.  She tweeted out a checkmark emoji while quoting a her own 2016 tweet telling Trump to 'Delete your account.'  Hillary Clinton (left) trolled President Trump (right) with a snarky tweet after he was banned from Twitter Friday, following the deadly Capitol riot  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Parler could be SHUTDOWN from midnight Sunday after Amazon... Don Jr. claims world is 'laughing at America' and 'Mao,... Share this article Share Clinton's June 9, 2016 tweet had quoted a tweet Trump had written which stated: 'Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four...
    The former Minnesota Vikings edge rusher Everson Griffen apologized for critical tweets about Kirk Cousins. Griffen is prepared to navigate through another offseason as a free agent. This week, Griffen posted on his Instagram story a photo of him sitting in his car in the parking lot of the Minnesota Vikings’ facility. However, he might’ve put a damper on those plans on Saturday, as he went on a critical Twitter rant about the play of current Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. Hours later (after deleting those tweets), Griffen tweeted out an apology to Cousins, saying it wasn’t “right for [him] to call people out.” I’m sorry for posting that about Kirk. It’s not right for me to call people out. I apologize for hurting him. I’m very grateful and thankful. — Everson Griffen (@EversonGriffen) January 9, 2021 Griffen looking to return to Minnesota in 2021Griffen had spent his entire career in Minnesota...
    When Twitter banned President Trump from its platform permanently on Friday, the thousands of tweets he put forth from his realDonaldTrump account over the past decade were wiped out. Retweets of realDonaldTrump tweets from other accounts now show a “this tweet is unavailable” message instead. But embeds of Trump’s original tweets are now displaying in articles across the internet as shadows of their former selves, some with just the text of the former tweet included, others as empty gray boxes. This effect, known as link rot, happens when images or content are deleted or otherwise broken, so links don’t point back to the original target, whether that’s a tweet, a video, or a web page. In most instances, a dead link is a visually unappealing annoyance, but link rot can pose problems when it comes to legal citations. A 2013 study by Harvard University found that nearly half of...
    MINUTES after Trump's account was permanently suspended from Twitter over the potential to incite violence, his former foe Hillary Clinton took the time to gloat and "check-marked" his absence on the social media platform. Democratic presidential nominee in 2016 Hillary Clinton took to the platform her former competitor was now banned on to gloat in his absence, retweeting a tweet of hers from before her loss to Trump telling him to get off the site. 4Hillary Clinton boasted of Trump's ban from TwitterCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Twitter permanently suspended the president's personal and campaign accountsCredit: Getty Images - Getty "Delete your account," read Clinton's tweet from June 9, 2016, which was a retweet of something Donald Trump had tweeted, but because his account has been suspended, that tweet is no longer available. On Friday night just after Twitter suspended not only Trump's personal account but also the Trump campaign...
    Loading the player... Chris Malone, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s offensive line coach, was fired after writing then deleting a vile tweet directed at Stacey Abrams following the successful Democratic challenge for two Georgia Senate seats.  “Congratulations to the state GA and Fat Albert @staceyabrams because you have truly shown America the true works of cheating in an election again!!!” Malone wrote on Twitter Tuesday. “Enjoy the buffet Big Girl! You earned it!!! Hope the money was good, still not governor.”  Chris Malone (left), the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s offensive line coach, was fired after he wrote and deleted a vile tweet directed at Georgia politician-voting rights activist Stacey Abrams (right). (Photo by Gabriela Bhaskar-Pool/Getty Images) He deleted his tweet and ultimately his account, but not before screenshots were captured by Chattanooga Holler, an independent Tennessee news site. Rightfully, parents and students at the university were...
    Ivanka Trump called protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol “American Patriots” in a tweet that has since been deleted. The daughter of President Donald Trump made the tweet shortly after supporters of the president breached the grounds the Capitol in anger over his election defeat. President Trump issued a tweet telling the group, which at that point had forcefully pushed back law enforcement officers and broke past barriers, to “stay peaceful” and respect the law enforcement. Ivanka quoted that tweet, calling the group of protesters “patriots.” Ivanka deleted a tweet calling these thugs “Patriots.” pic.twitter.com/e1r0pelxV7 — Helen 1️⃣4️⃣ Kennedy (@HelenKennedy) January 6, 2021 As CNN reported, the incidents started shortly after 1 p.m. ET, when hundreds of supporters broke the barriers surrounding the Capitol and clashed with police wearing riot gear. By roughly 2:30 p.m., police said the group was able to reach the doors of the House and...
    Ivanka TrumpIvanka TrumpFive GOP contenders — other than Trump — for 2024 How Congress dismissed women's empowerment Perdue lobbied Trump to sign coronavirus relief bill: report MORE took to Twitter to urge "American patriots" to halt the violence in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday as pro-Trump protesters stormed the capitol in protest of a vote to certify his defeat in the 2020 election. In a now-deleted tweet, the White House adviser retweeted a message from her father, President TrumpDonald TrumpWarnock defeats Loeffler in Georgia Senate runoff The Memo: Georgia voters deliver blow to Trump Eric Trump warns of primary challenges for Republicans who don't object to election results MORE, echoing his message to demonstrators telling them to stay peaceful. "American Patriots - any security breach or disrespect to our law enforcement is unacceptable," Ivanka wrote in the tweet. "The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful." The tweet from the oldest Trump daughter was...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images First Daughter Ivanka Trump posted, then deleted, a tweet referring to the protesters at the Capitol as “American Patriots,” then added a follow-up tweet condemning violence. The original tweet, screencapped by Evan Siegfried below, retweeted her father President Donald Trump calling for the protesters to “stay peaceful” and support law enforcement. “American Patriots — any security breach or disrespect to our law enforcement is unacceptable,” tweeted Ivanka Trump. “The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful.” Ivanka Trump has just deleted this tweet calling these seditious anarchists “American Patriots” pic.twitter.com/yQrEIOT6Ma — Evan Siegfried (@evansiegfried) January 6, 2021 CNN Correspondent Kate Bennett tweeted a question at Trump, asking her to clarify if she really meant to call these protesters “patriots.” At this point, protesters had already breached the security barricades, injured several Capitol Police officers, and forcibly entered the Capitol Building. Trump deleted her original tweet and...
    Nick Saban’s daughter Kristen Saban Setas sent a tweet Tuesday accusing Ohio State of faking a COVID-19 outbreak. The accusation came after ESPN reported that there had been discussions about delaying the game because of COVID-19 issues at Ohio State. College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock told ESPN later that the game remains on schedule to be played Jan. 11. Setas’ belief was that Ohio State faked the COVID tests so Justin Fields could have a longer time to heal from injury. (Twitter) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/99/b4/kristen-saban-tweet-ftr_1q8p8y2buf28o192mr670vd6zn.png?t=-672382298&w=500&quality=80 MORE: Alabama’s all-NFL team vs. Ohio State’s all-NFL team “If you’re not confident to play then SAY IT,” the now-deleted tweet reads. “I call BS on the COVID cases. They’re just worried about their QB and want him to have more time to heal. If he’s hurt put in your backup. You didn’t see us postpone the rest of the season to wait for Waddle. BYE.” Setas not only...
    GERVONTA DAVIS accepted Ryan Garcia's callout and told his rival 'shut up and get ready!' Garcia went after Floyd Mayweather's protege after he knocked out Brit Luke Campbell with a devastating body shot. 2Ryan Garcia promised to KO rival Gervonta Davis in two rounds Credit: Getty Images - Getty 2Gervonta Davis accepted Ryan Garcia's callout Credit: Getty - Contributor He promised to win by KO in only two rounds and insisted Davis' reputation is on the line. Garcia told TMZ Sports: "I'm on one mission. I'm on a mission to knock out Gervonta Davis in two rounds. "This man will go down, two rounds - that's a promise. "If you do not take this next fight from me, you will not be remembered. "Your legacy will forever be tainted if you do not accept this fight." Davis, 26, responded to Garcia, 22, online and appeared to...
    Loading the player... Walmart has issued an apology to Sen. Josh Hawley after referring to the Republican lawmaker from Missouri as a “sore loser.” The shady comment was in response to Hawley announcing on Twitter his plans to object to the upcoming Electoral College certification for President-elect Joe Biden. The senator supports President Donald Trump’s allegations of widespread voter fraud in the election. “Millions of voters concerned about election integrity deserve to be heard. I will object on January 6 on their behalf,” Hawley tweeted on Wednesday. Read More: Justice Department sues Walmart, blames retailer for role in opioid crisis “Go ahead. Get your 2-hour debate. #soreloser,” Walmart replied in a now-deleted tweet.  The tweet published earlier was mistakenly posted by a member of our social media team. We deleted the post and have no intention of commenting on the subject of certifying the electoral college. We apologize...
    More On: walmart DOJ sues Walmart over role in opioid crisis Two women get in knock-down brawl over PS5 at Walmart Walmart expands driverless delivery pilot to Louisiana Walmart to give COVID-19 vaccine following FDA approval Walmart apologized to GOP Sen. Josh Hawley on Wednesday after a tweet from their official account called the Missouri lawmaker a “sore loser.” The retailer blamed a member of their social media team for the since-deleted snarky tweet, saying the employee had intended to send it from their personal account. Earlier Wednesday, Hawley tweeted a statement announcing he would object President-elect Joe Biden’s victory at the electoral college certification process in the Senate on Jan. 6. Walmart responded to the tweet, writing: “Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. #SoreLoser.” Hawley, a rising star in the GOP, fired back, attacking the company’s labor practices. “Thanks ⁦@Walmart⁩ for your insulting condescension. Now that you’ve...
    Getty Walmart tweeted that Hawley was a sore loser. Walmart’s official Twitter account told Sen. Josh Hawley that he was a “sore loser” in response to one of his tweets on Wednesday, December 30. Hawley had tweeted that he was going to object to the Electoral College vote on January 6. Walmart has since deleted the tweet. Walmart Deleted a Tweet Calling Hawley a ‘Sore Loser’ Keith Edwards, senior digital advisor for Jon Ossoff, took a screenshot of the tweet and shared it before it was deleted. Democrat Ossoff is in a runoff for Senator in Georgia against Republican Sen. David Perdue. Edwards wrote: “This will certainly be deleted. But for a brief moment in time, Walmart was in The Resistance.” This will certainly be deleted. But for a brief moment in time, Walmart was in The Resistance. pic.twitter.com/Xal3bf0F69 — Keith Edwards (@keithedwards) December 30, 2020 Hawley...
    The Kansas City Chiefs official account deleted their recent post.  The Kansas City Chiefs might have clinched home-field advantage Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons, but that wasn’t the main story on Monday morning. A since-deleted tweet from the Chiefs’ account has been at the subject of backlash after commenting a landlord “coming for rent” picture after the game. Yes, while safety Tyrann Mathieu is nicknamed “The Landlord”, it’s one of those tweets that in the climate around COVID-19 might not be best this season. Fox Sports’ Emmanuel Acho took to Twitter, talking about how tone-deaf the post was. Other websites around the greater Kansas City area also commented on situation. Attention social media teams— this is why diverse opinions & verbiage matter. I understand some call T. Mathieu, “the Landlord”, but every possible implication of this tweet is utterly negative & perpetuates stereotypes. Let’s all be better. pic.twitter.com/sjBtnSHA3j — Emmanuel Acho...
    Even congratulatory tweets among former coworkers apparently constitute tampering in the NBA. The league announced Monday that it has fined Philadelphia 76ers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey $50,000 for violating the league’s anti-tampering rule over a since-deleted social media post the former Houston Rockets GM made earlier this month regarding potential trade target James Harden. On Dec. 20, Morey retweeted a Twitter memory of the one-year anniversary of Harden breaking the Rockets’ franchise record for assists. He deleted the post a few minutes later and informed the league it was an automated tweet from his account. Still, with the Sixers among several teams in discussions with Houston for a possible trade involving the eight-time All-Star, the NBA decided the post constituted a tampering violation. Here is the “since deleted social media post” from December 20 that caused the NBA to fine Daryl Morey $50,000 for violating anti-tampering rules....
    NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA fined Philadelphia president of basketball operations Daryl Morey $50,000 on Monday for a since-deleted tweet about Houston’s James Harden that violated the league’s anti-tampering rule. A tweet was posted to Morey's account Dec. 20 in commemoration of the anniversary of another tweet he had sent commemorating Harden breaking Calvin Murphy’s record for most assists as a member of the Rockets. Morey was with the Rockets at that time. The tweet from this year was deleted. Typically, teams are prohibited from discussing players under contract to other teams and the NBA has warned clubs that it can be considered tampering. Harden has been mentioned in trade talks for several weeks. A tweet by Morey in 2019 led to major problems for the NBA and its relationship with China. He posted support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. NBA games were not shown on CCTV, China's...
    NEW YORK (CBS/AP) — The NBA fined Philadelphia president of basketball operations, Daryl Morey, $50,000 on Monday for a since-deleted tweet about Houston’s James Harden that violated the league’s anti-tampering rule. A tweet was posted to Morey’s account on Dec. 20 in commemoration of the anniversary of another tweet he had sent commemorating Harden breaking Calvin Murphy’s record for most assists as a member of the Rockets. Morey was with the Rockets at that time. The tweet from this year was deleted. Typically, teams are prohibited from discussing players under contract to other teams and the NBA has warned clubs that it can be considered tampering. Harden has been mentioned in trade talks for several weeks. A tweet by Morey in 2019 led to major problems for the NBA and its relationship with China. He posted support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. NBA games were not shown on CCTV,...
    The NBA fined Philadelphia president of basketball operations Daryl Morey $50,000 on Monday for a since-deleted tweet about Houston’s James Harden that violated the league’s anti-tampering rule. A tweet was posted to Morey's account on Dec. 20 in commemoration of the anniversary of another tweet he had sent commemorating Harden breaking Calvin Murphy’s record for most assists as a member of the Rockets. Morey was with the Rockets at that time. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The tweet from this year was deleted. Typically, teams are prohibited from discussing players under contract to other teams and the NBA has warned clubs that it can be considered tampering. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Harden has been mentioned in trade talks for several weeks. A tweet by Morey in 2019 led to major problems for the NBA and its relationship with China. He posted support for...
    Back before he found success in movie theaters, Sega’s Sonic starred in multiple animated series, including the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, and now he’s heading back to the small screen. In a tweet Netflix has since deleted, the company announced that it’s working on a Sonic the Hedgehog 3D animated series. netflix deleted the tweet for some reason pic.twitter.com/nvGw3HnUOE — Wario64 (@Wario64) December 10, 2020 From the little information that Netflix shared, we know the show will start streaming sometime in 2022, meaning it will miss Sonic’s 30th anniversary. The company also said that Wild Brain and Man of Action Entertainment are on production duties. The former worked on Netflix’s Carmen Sandiego series, while the latter co-wrote Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon for Disney XD.
    The officials in charge of handling the British royal family's Twitter account made a royal mistake on Thursday. Twitter users were amused to learn Queen Elizabeth's Twitter account misfired a tweet. The tweet was live for just six minutes before being taken down, but the Gert's Royals blog managed to capture a screenshot of the strange post during the short time it was posted for its millions of followers to see. The tweet was short and simple, according to the screenshot. It read, "Thanks". PRINCE WILLIAM BIDS GRANDMOTHER QUEEN ELIZABETH II SWEET GOODBYE AFTER ROYAL FAMILY REUNION According to the blog, the tweet received over 1,200 likes and close to 600 retweets in the short time that it was live. One fan was grateful for the update considering it initially left them wondering what on Earth  Queen Elizabeth was thanking the Twitterverse for. "I saw that and went on site to see what...
    The Royal Family's official Twitter account sent its followers wild today after appearing to accidentally post the word 'Thanks' in a now deleted tweet. Despite only being online for six minutes, the awkward mistake was ridiculed by social media users, with one person joking: 'Well it’s about time I got some recognition!' The tweet received 1,260 Likes and 591 retweets during the time it was posted - and it isn't the first blunder to have occurred on the account, which has over 4.3 million followers. Last October, the Royal Family's Twitter profile briefly liked a tweet blasting Meghan Markle's 'haters', and praising her for bringing a huge 'seismic shift in power and culture' to The Firm. In May 2019, the people behind the account - which shares updates from Buckingham Palace - were left red-faced again after misspelling Princess Eugenie's name as 'Eugene'. The Royal Family's official Twitter account sent its followers...
    After an NFL Network reporter said Ravens receiver Dez Bryant did not have close contacts with other players despite warming up while COVID-19 positive, an apparent deleted tweet from a Ravens employee showed Bryant hugging members of the Cowboys before Tuesday night’s game. Bryant found out about his COVID-19 test result minutes before the contest and was pulled from the field. The game nonetheless started at its scheduled time. Ryan Mink, the Ravens’ editorial director, posted the picture of Bryant’s embrace with the caption “lots of hugs between Dez Bryant and Cowboys players/coaches/staff early in warmups.” Despite a flood of people in his mentions questioning why he removed the image, he has yet to address the matter. The team did not immediately respond to Sporting News’ request for comment. MORE: Why NFL let the Ravens game continue after Dez Bryant’s positive COVID-19 test NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero had previously tweeted:...
    Local 1 of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) deleted its tweet on Sunday that stated, “The push to reopen schools is rooted in sexism, racism and misogyny.” Director of School Choice at the Reason Foundation Corey DeAngelis noted Monday CTU “filed a request for an injunction to stop in-person instruction that is supposed to start January 11th”–  the day after it deleted its tweet condemning the reopening of schools: Chicago Teachers Union just filed a request for an injunction to stop in-person instruction that is supposed to start January 11th. — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) December 7, 2020 The same union tweeted this yesterday in advance of the request for an injunction to stop in-person instruction The tweet is now deleted. pic.twitter.com/JWkwVTObOL — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) December 7, 2020 Julio Rosas, a senior writer at Townhall, also posted the deleted tweet: .@CTULocal1 deleted their tweet. pic.twitter.com/YpPKdhOCzb — Julio Rosas...
    Loading the player... Another day, another Twitter controversy. Letitia Wright, star of Black Panther and most recently, Small Axe, has deleted her social media after backlash over an anti-vaxx tweet she shared.  Last week she tweeted a video from the Youtube channel, Off the Table, which almost immediately got her fans’ attention and concern. Read More: Letitia Wright slammed for sharing anti-vaccine video The video from Off the Table is all about the COVID-19 vaccinations, specifically questioning their legitimacy and essentially undermining the medical industry’s hard work as they try their best to help us get past this truly devastating disease.  Wright originally shared the video on Twitter. While at no point did she explicitly cite or endorse the views expressed in the video, it still has caught plenty of attention and disappointment from the world, sparking pretty intense backlash in mere minutes. According to Variety, Letitia’s entire Twitter account has been deleted, as...
    Set it and forget it? More like Tweet and Delete. The Broncos ate another loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night, losing 22-16 with the game thrown away on a Drew Lock interception late in the fourth quarter. In the loss, rookie wideout Jerry Jeudy was targeted four times, making a single grab for a measly five yards, bringing his season totals to 38 receptions for 594 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games. Jeudy was apparently and understandably not happy about the lack of balls thrown his way: In a now-deleted tweet, Jeudy was at least thankful for his cardio workout he got in the game. MORE: SN’s NFL power rankings for Week 14 The tweet read: “At least I got my conditioning in” with a shrugging emoji. While Jeudy was limited this past week in practice with an ankle injury, his first target of the game...
    By NICK PERRY, Associated Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A diplomatic war of words between Australia and China over a graphic tweet seemed to finally cool on Thursday as Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison struck a much more conciliatory tone. Morrison's change in approach came even after he was thwarted in getting his views out directly to Chinese people over the messaging app WeChat, after the Chinese company deleted his post on the grounds it could distort historical events and confuse the public. Earlier this week, Morrison expressed indignation and anger at the tweet posted by a Chinese official that showed a fake image of a grinning Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to a child’s throat. The post took aim at alleged unlawful killings and abuses by Australian soldiers during the conflict in Afghanistan. Earlier this week, Morrison called the tweet “truly repugnant” and “deeply offensive” and demanded...
    WELLINGTON – A diplomatic war of words between Australia and China over a graphic tweet seemed to finally cool on Thursday as Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison struck a much more conciliatory tone. Morrison's change in approach came even after he was thwarted in getting his views out directly to Chinese people over the messaging app WeChat, after the Chinese company deleted his post on the grounds it could distort historical events and confuse the public. Earlier this week, Morrison expressed indignation and anger at the tweet posted by a Chinese official that showed a fake image of a grinning Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to a child’s throat. The post took aim at alleged unlawful killings and abuses by Australian soldiers during the conflict in Afghanistan. Earlier this week, Morrison called the tweet “truly repugnant” and “deeply offensive” and demanded an apology from China. But China had...
    (CNN)President-elect Joe Biden's pick to become the next director of the Office of Management and Budget, a key economic post that oversees the production of the president's proposed budget for his agenda, deleted critical tweets of GOP senators on Twitter, setting the stage for a tough confirmation process.Neera Tanden — a former Clinton campaign aide, president of the left-leaning think tank Center for American Progress and a prolific Twitter user -- repeatedly slammed Republican politicians on her personal Twitter account. While many of her tweets expressed sentiments common to partisan Democratic operatives, some Republicans have signaled that the tweets are a vulnerability for Tanden's confirmation. In the days after the election, Tanden quietly began to delete more than 1,000 tweets from her personal account, some of which were reviewed by CNN's KFile. In one deleted tweet from December 2017, Tanden said, "The Republican party is gleefully supporting an alleged child...
    Loading the player... The Washington Football team, formerly known as the Redskins, mocked President Donald Trump after defeating its NFC East rival, the Dallas Cowboys. The team poked fun at the president’s public meltdown and calls for stopping vote counts by posting Trump’s famous phrase on their Twitter account while referencing their game. Read More: Trump seeks to stop ‘all voting,’ but only counting remains “STOP THE COUNT!” the Washington Football team tweeted, Yahoo! Sports reported. The tweet was deleted hours later. interesting … washington football team deleted its "stop the count" tweet pic.twitter.com/MXuGcoBpSc— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) November 27, 2020 The Washington team beat the Cowboys in an impressive 41 to 16, making the team the most victorious team in the NFC East division among the Cowboy (now 3-8), New York Giants (3-7) and Philadelphia Eagles (3-6-1). The tweet had a mixed reception by users, with some saying...
    Washington Football Team’s social media crew had some fun on Thanksgiving after their team defeated the Cowboys and took first place in the NFC East. However, they may have had a little too much fun. In a tweet that went viral, Washington mocked Donald Trump’s “STOP THE COUNT!” tweet he sent on Nov. 5, two days after the election. MORE: NFL predictions and picks for Week 12 Trump’s tweet has been the source of jokes among the sports community. Washington decided to join in on the fun, and tweeted “STOP THE COUNT!” with a screen capture of the NFC East standings. The joke being that despite there being five more games to play, the football team wants the season to end now it’s in first place. It’s a pretty harmless joke. But the fact that a team based in Washington made a joke about the current president apparently didn’t sit well...
    Twitter Pictured: Thomas Ravenel takes a walk around the Magic Kingdom, with his kids in their stroller, and poses for a photo, featured on his Twitter page. Former Southern Charm cast member Thomas Ravenel may have left the Bravo show, but he still has some things to say. Ravenel was fired from Southern Charm prior to season 6 after he was accused of sexual assault by his children’s former nanny in 2018. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kathryn Dennis (@kathryndennis) However, he still shares two children with ex-girlfriend Kathryn Dennis. Dennis and Ravenel dated on-and-off since 2014 and share two kids together: Kensie (6) and Saint (4). Ravenel appeared on the season 7 premiere of Southern Charm when Dennis was temporarily living with him. The 58-year-old former politician has shared his thoughts about the Southern Charm cast before. Other current cast members...
    Food Network celebrity chef Alton Brown apologized for comparing the United States to the Holocaust in a since-deleted tweet. Brown claimed he had used “poor judgement” and “poor taste” when tweeting about the Holocaust in his apology tweet shared Wednesday. I apologize for the flippant reference I made to the Holocaust in my tweet last night. It was not a reference I made for humorous effect but rather to reflect how deeply frightened I am for our country. It was a very poor use of judgement and in poor taste. — Alton Brown (@altonbrown) November 11, 2020 “I apologize for the flippant reference I made to the Holocaust in my tweet last night,” Brown wrote on Twitter. “It was not a reference I made for humorous effect but rather to reflect how deeply frightened I am for our country. It was a very poor use of judgement and in...
    Celebrity chef Alton Brown has apologized for tweeting a “flippant reference” to the Holocaust after encountering backlash online. On Tuesday evening, Brown posted a tweet -- which has since been deleted -- saying: “Do you think the camp uniforms will be striped, like the ones at Auschwitz or will plaid be in vogue?” After one person responded saying that it “depends on what you’re worth when you go in,” Brown responded: “I have no gold fillings.” A screengrab of the original tweet also shows Brown’s interaction with another user who told Brown to “take it easy.” He responded by saying: “F--- you.” JAMESON WHISKEY OFFERING CHANCE TO WIN $5,000 ‘WHISKEY TREE’ Brown apologized for his main tweet on Wednesday, saying it was posted “in poor taste.” “I apologize for the flippant reference I made to the Holocaust in my tweet last night,” he tweeted. “It was not a reference I made...
    The slip-up came as the Trump son continues to make baseless allegations of voter fraud. Eric Trump, one of Donald Trump's three sons, told Minnesotans to "get out and vote" on Tuesday — one week after the election concluded. It's unclear if the since-deleted tweet was a mistake (the American Independent Foundation reached out to the Trump campaign for a response, but has not yet received confirmation). Eric Trump deleted this tweet, but screenshots are forever pic.twitter.com/sCggLE08II — Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) November 10, 2020
    The Trump campaign’s communications director posted—and then deleted after being called out on Twitter—a photo of a 2000 election headline from The Washington Times doctored to make it look like it declared the wrong winner. “Greeting staff at @TeamTrump HQ this morning, a reminder that the media doesn’t select the President,” the Sunday morning tweet from Tim Murtaugh read. The photo depicted a front page that blared “President Gore.” BuzzFeed News reporter Jason Leopold dug up the actual headline that showed the newspaper’s real screamer was “President Bush.” The Washington Times also replied to the tweet: “Those photos have been doctored.” It’s not clear who doctored the photo, but Murtaugh then deleted the tweet. He did not respond to a request for comment.
    Just days after Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown criticized Lamar Jackson in a since-deleted post on social media, the young quarterback took responsibility for Brown’s frustrations.  The Ravens came close to handing the Pittsburgh Steelers their first lost of the season on Sunday but were unsuccessful. Despite being second in the AFC North, Brown has not been pleased with his numbers and he took to Twitter after the game to seemingly blame Jackson.  SAINTS’ JANORIS JENKINS MUSSES MARK ON GIANTS’ DANIEL JONES CRITICISM  "What's the point of having souljas when you never use them (Never!!)” the tweet read. Brown took the post down after coach John Harbaugh texted him but Jackson seemed more understanding of the second-year wideout’s frustrations. PREDICT SIX NFL WINNERS, WIN $1 MILLION WITH  FOX SUPER 6 "That's one of our key players to our offense," he told the media on Wednesday. "I want to get...
    Election 2020 protests: More than 100 events, marches planned to protect the results of Tuesdays vote 4 Bakery Chains Quietly Vanishing This Year Chrissy Teigen reacts to Gaps ill-timed (and deleted) tweet With the country still playing the waiting game in regards to the 2020 election, the Gap decided to take a swing at embracing unity… and it failed miserably, especially in the eyes of Chrissy Teigen. © Matt Baron/Shutterstock Chrissy Teigen On Nov. 4, the clothing giant posted a picture of a hoodie that was half red and half blue, a reference to the Republican and Democratic parties. "The one thing we know, is that together, we can move forward," the tweet said.  The tweet was ridiculed so widely that the Gap took it down. "Yay we can just walk sideways depending on the city we're in," Chrissy commented.  yay we can just walk sideways depending on the...
    Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images Conservative columnist Matt Mackowiak found himself at the center of a curious conspiracy theory, promoted by thousands of loyal MAGA supporters on Twitter, and even President Donald Trump himself, that suggested serious shenanigans in an online vote count update in Michigan. For early morning Twitter surfers on the day following the election, one of the most shared Tweets was a screen capture of website Decision Desk that curiously showed former Vice President Joe Biden getting an increase of 128,000 voters, while President Trump received zero. Mackowiak added, “An update gives Biden 100% of new votes — 128k+.” The image share can be seen below: There is no question that the photos above raise serious eyebrows, but as some pointed out on Twitter, there was no way to verify the image, or that there was some voter fraud afoot. Nonetheless, it got the attention of President Trump,...
    The New York Times was bombarded by online critics on social media Tuesday afternoon and into the evening for reporting that it is the responsibility of the news media to declare "the winner of the presidential election in the U.S." Several people even accused the newspaper of spreading "election disinformation."What are the details?"The role of declaring the winner of a presidential election in the U.S. falls to the news media," the Times wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "The broadcast networks and cable news outlets have vowed to be prudent." The Times provided a link to an article explaining "how the media will report the election results." The article clarified that "in the United States — which, unlike many other countries, does not have a national electoral commission — the role of projecting the winners of presidential elections falls to the news media." Twitter users lambasted the...
    Sportscaster and political commentator Keith Olbermann incurred fierce backlash when he referred to President Donald Trump as a “whiny little Kunta Kinte,” referencing the name of the famous character from Roots. On Tuesday morning, Olbermann posted a clip of Trump bashing Fox News during his lengthy Fox & Friends interview, and captioned the segment “Yes @realDonaldTrump has always been, will always be, and on the day of his bid for re-election, still is: a whiny little Kunta Kinte”. The tweet sparked immediate backlash, and made Olbermann a top national trending topic. Journalists, media figures, and other blue-checks piled on, and the theory that Olbermann was using a man who was abducted into slavery, tortured, and mutilated as a euphemism for the c-word shockingly did not help. a whiny little WHAT? https://t.co/Zt8TiPm4Qi — Steadman™ (@AsteadWesley) November 3, 2020 if olbermann was tryna call tromp a c-nt, does that...
    DUSTIN POIRIER has fired a warning at UFC president Dana White to 'stop playing games' over his fight against Conor McGregor. UFC chief White recently claimed the pair had both been offered a January 23 headliner but contracts were yet to be signed. 4Dustin Poirier has told UFC president Dana White to send him 'the right contract' if he is to face Conor McGregorCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4The Irishman is set to return to the lightweight division on his MMA return in JanuaryCredit: Instagram @augustmcgregor The 51-year-old went as far as to suggest an agreement had been reached by revealing McGregor's MMA return was 'done'. Yet the Irishman's proposed opponent Poirier angrily hit back in a since-deleted tweet to indicate the opposite. The Diamond wrote: "Me @TheNotoriousMMA is the fight January 23rd. let's make it official! @ufc @danawhite send me the right contract. Stop playing games!" Poirier's statement appears to...
    A Yale University-affiliated forensic psychiatrist suggested in a now-deleted Monday tweet that President Donald Trump is worse than Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. What are the details? Dr. Bandy Lee began her Twitter post by seemingly extending an olive branch: "Donald Trump is not an Adolf Hitler." Phew! Finally a voice of reason. But what she had to say next suggested that, to her, Trump is not like Hitler because Hitler actually had redeeming qualities: "At least Hitler improved the daily life of his followers, had discipline, and required more of himself to gain the respect of his followers. Even with the same pathology, there are varying degrees of competence."Hitler wasn’t as bad as Donald Trump, says noted imbecile. https://t.co/S8aNlZCfrt — Ian Miles Cheong (@Ian Miles Cheong)1604338651.0 Lee soon deleted the tweet, acknowledging later Monday that it rubbed many the wrong way: Okay, I have taken...
    Remember the good old days, when the biggest scandal embroiling the Girl Scouts was selling out of Thin Mints too early? You can kiss those days goodbye, as the organization drew the widespread criticism of Twitter users after congratulating Amy Coney Barrett for her appointment to the United States Supreme Court in a now-deleted tweet.  Hide “Congratulations Amy Coney Barrett on becoming the 5th woman appointed to the Supreme Court since its inception in 1789,” the Girl Scouts tweeted along with a photo including Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sontomayor, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Elena Karen. Hide Girl Scouts/Twitter Not everybody was impressed by the organization’s acknowledgement of the historic occasion. Hide “The Girl Scouts of America tweeting out a congratulations to Amy Coney Barrett proves that they don’t give a shit about young girls having rights when they grow into women. Wow,” Ricky Davila tweeted. “What kind of patch...
    John Moore/Getty Images The Girl Scouts struggled to keep both liberals and conservatives happy in their attempt to maintain a bipartisan social media presence — facing backlash from both sides for sharing and then deleting a post congratulating Justice Amy Coney Barrett.  The organization uploaded Facebook and Twitter posts congratulating Barrett for her appointment to the Supreme Court, sparking an instant wave of angry comments. Girl Scouts grow up and need a full range of healthcare. Hard pass on the cookies this year. Someone please share a tagalong hack. https://t.co/07kxOmwPkD — Esther Choo, MD MPH (@choo_ek) October 28, 2020 What kind of patch does one earn for uplifting a woman who is the antithesis of justice? https://t.co/Z7TfkymPfL — Ayanna Pressley (@AyannaPressley) October 28, 2020 Was Barrett a Girl Scout?? If not, why the post, knowing how divisive it is at this moment?? Do you celebrate every new female senator who...
    Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap appears to be ready to part ways with the franchise after 11 seasons, going so far as to put his house up for sale after losing to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Dunlap has been publicly at odds with the Bengals since he was apparently demoted to the third-string earlier this week. He shared a picture of the updated depth chart on a white board with the caption, “I don’t got time for this.”  LACK OF RESPONSE AFTER ANDY DALTON HIT DISAPPOINTING, COWBOYS COACH MIKE MCCARTHY SAYS But things heated up at the end of the Bengals 37-34 loss when Dunlap was seen arguing with defensive line coach Nick Eason on the sideline. His frustrations were confirmed when he took to Twitter to apparently put his house up for sale.  BROWNS’ ODELL BECKHAM JR. LIKELY OUT FOR THE SEASON WITH TORN ACL “6000 sqft...
    JUSTIN GAETHJE called out Conor McGregor for a lightweight title showdown after his loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov. The Notorious took to Twitter to label the American's performance 'embarrassing' following his second-round submission to the Russian. 4Justin Gaethje is ready to take on Conor McgregorCredit: Getty Images - Getty Also reminding him of his defeat to Dustin Poirier in 2018, McGregor wrote: "Dustin KO'd you, as well as your wrestling/grappling and overall fear of the central positions being truly embarrassing tonight, Justin." McGregor has been locked in talks for a return to the Octagon on January 23 against Poirier although no official contracts have been signed. His tweet has since been deleted but Gaethje wasted no time in responding to the outspoken Irishman with the lightweight belt now vacant following Khabib's retirement. Gaethje said: "With him retiring, I'm No 1. "Poirier and McGregor are going to fight. They haven't made...
    Ohio dad marathon: Father runs around hospital for 4-year-old son with cancer American foods the whole world adores Conor McGregor deleted a tweet trashing Justin Gaethjes truly embarrassing performance against Khabib Nurmagomedov © Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images Conor McGregor. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images Moments after Justin Gaethje lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254 in Abu Dhabi, he challenged Conor McGregor to a fist-fight. Gaethje said if McGregor has not signed a bout agreement to compete against Dustin Poirier in January, then he should fight him instead. The Irishman did not seem to welcome the challenge as he said on Twitter that Gaethje's performance against Nurmagomedov was "truly embarrassing." McGregor has since deleted the tweet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — Conor McGregor deleted a tweet that trashed Justin Gaethje's "truly embarrassing" performance against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254. The...
    Conor McGregor. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images Moments after Justin Gaethje lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254 in Abu Dhabi, he challenged Conor McGregor to a fist-fight. Gaethje said if McGregor has not signed a bout agreement to compete against Dustin Poirier in January, then he should fight him instead. The Irishman did not seem to welcome the challenge as he said on Twitter that Gaethje's performance against Nurmagomedov was "truly embarrassing." McGregor has since deleted the tweet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — Conor McGregor deleted a tweet that trashed Justin Gaethje's "truly embarrassing" performance against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254. The UFC lightweight champion Nurmagomedov retained his title with a second-round triangle choke submission which rendered the American challenger unconscious even though he tapped multiple times. Gaethje landed the same amount of strikes as Nurmagomedov in the opening round (23)...
    WWE star Daniel Bryan quickly deleted a tweet mocking organisation chief Vince McMahon's close pal Donald Trump during the Presidential debate. President Trump took on Democrat candidate Joe Biden in Nashville on Tuesday night ahead of the US election on November 3. 4WWE star Daniel Bryan (right) deleted a tweet he posted about Donald TrumpCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Donald Trump at the Presidential debate in NashvilleCredit: Alamy Live News 4Daniel Bryan's deleted tweet As reported by Ringside News, 39-year-old Bryan took to Twitter to tell followers how some of the things POTUS said were making him laugh. He tweeted: "'I am the least racist person in this room' literally made me laugh out loud. "In my hotel room. By myself. #Debates2020." But the SmackDown superstar - who is married to Bella twin Brie - quickly removed the message. WWE boss McMahon has been friends with Trump for years and even got...
    REAL Housewives of New York City alum Bethenny Frankel slammed Dancing With the Stars host Tyra Banks for "banning Real Housewives from the show." The 49-year-old called out Tyra in a now deleted tweet. 10Bethenny slammed Tyra in a now-deleted tweetCredit: Getty Images - Getty 10It was recently reported that Tyra banned all Real Housewives from DWTSCredit: ABC According to Daily Mail, Bethenny tweeted: "Good to know @tyrabanks has clumped me in her no more housewives mandate on @DancingABC. "Also good to know - their casting director Deena, who I (heart emoji) has asked me to be on that show multiple x in the last decade. "I'm also no longer a housewife, but nobody is bigger than the game Tyra." After deleting the tweet, the RHONY alum wrote: "I deleted that last post Bc I really like & have a great relationship with Deena Katz from #DWTS. "If @tyrabanks wants...
    Vir Das recently came across a photoshopped tweet where a Twitter user was accusing him of mocking Islam as a religion. The concerned tweet was apparently tweeted by the actor in 2011 and deleted recently. When Das came across this allegation, he urged Twitter to take action against him by suggesting and proving how the tweet was photoshopped in the first place. Fortunately, Twitter India was prompt in taking an action and it deactivated the user’s account. Vir Das Feels Comedy Can Be Utilised for Positive Change As He Gears Up to Support a Charity for COVID-19 Warriors. “Dear @Twitter @TwitterIndia this man is sharing a tweet he claims I ‘deleted’ but infact never sent. Tweet is from 2011, DP is from 2018. Full stop between date and time, he put a comma. Their graphic designer is very stoopid. Please take action,” tweeted Vir Das while highlighting the errors and proving how the...
    Green Bay Packers wide receiver Devante Adams has been struggling to stay on the sidelines as his team sailed through with a 4-0 start and it was that feeling of frustration that led the three-time Pro Bowler to fire off a tweet on Monday that seemingly blamed the team for his absence against the Atlanta Falcons.  Adams addressed the since-deleted tweet on Wednesday, attributing it to his emotions about wanting to get back in the game.  FALCONS CLOSE FACILITY AFTER POSITIVE CORONAVIRUS CASE "It's not too much to read into it to say I was frustrated," Adams said Wednesday, via ESPN. "Obviously, I'm a competitor. I think everybody knows that. Everybody knows what I'm about and how I play football. I don't necessarily, obviously, understand what the club's interest [is] and everything that goes with it.” Adams has been out with a hamstring injury since Week 2 and on Monday...
    Davante Adams addressed the Twitter elephant in the room, and it’s not as bad as Packers fans thought.  Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams might not have played in the team’s outing against the Atlanta Falcons, but his presence was certainly felt. Following the team’s decision to sit the Pro-Bowl target, Adams took to Twitter to admit his frustration. On Wednesday, Adams addressed the now-deleted tweet for the first time, stating his desire to play is stronger than his injury. “It’s not too much to read into it to say I was frustrated,” Adams told reporters Wednesday. “Obviously, I’m a competitor. I think everybody knows that. Everybody knows what I’m about and how I play football. I don’t necessarily, obviously, understand what the club’s interest [is] and everything that goes with it. “But being a competitor, like I said, and me being who I am and how I’m wired, even if I’m...
    The New York Times Guild condemned one of its own colleagues and the newspaper Saturday in a now-deleted tweet after the individual wrote an op-ed criticizing the paper’s “1619 Project.” Op-ed columnist Bret Stephens angered the paper’s union over his Friday article titled “The 1619 Chronicles.” The op-ed complimented parts of the project and its lead writer, Nikole Hannah-Jones, while also diving into multiple criticisms of it, such as the now-deleted assertion that 1619 is America’s “true founding.” In response, the union slammed Stephens’ article and the newspaper with a grammatically incorrect tweet  – which declared that the article and decision to publish it “reeks.” “It says a lot about an organization when it breaks it’s [sic] own rules and goes after one of it’s [sic] own,” the NYT guild tweeted. “The act, like the article, reeks.” wouldn’t ordinarily wade in here but this is so outrageous I cannot keep...
    C-SPAN host Steve Scully's Twitter account appeared to have been deleted Friday as the moderator for next week's scheduled second presidential debate faces intense scrutiny over a viral tweet in which he appeared to reach out to outspoken Trump foe Anthony Scaramucci.  The tweet from the "Washington Journal" host's account Thursday night read, "@Scaramucci should I respond to trump" and was deleted a short time later. Scaramucci, a former White House communications director in the Trump administration, has become a vocal supporter of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.  Both the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) and C-SPAN have issued statements claiming Scully didn't actually send that tweet.  C-SPAN's statement said Scully "did not originate the tweet" and added that the CPD was investigating the incident "with the help of authorities." In its own statement, CPD said it "it had reported the apparent hack to the FBI and Twitter" as part of its investigation.  STEVE SCULLY HAS A HISTORY OF BLAMING 'HACKERS' FOR POSTS MADE ON...
    The Washington Post tweeted early Friday morning after President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were diagnosed with coronavirus: “Opinion: Imagine what it will be like to never have to think about Trump again.” The ill-timed tweet was sent at 1:33 a.m. EDT, 39 minutes after President Trump tweeted news of the diagnosis. Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2020 Washington Post tweet (Screenshot / Twitter) The Post‘s twitter feed made the offending tweet seem like a reaction to the news, though the two articles were unrelated: Washington Post twitter feed (Screenshot / Twitter) The tweet linked to a column by Eugene Robinson, which had been posted early Thursday afternoon and was unrelated to the news of Trump’s diagnosis. Still, the timing of the Post tweet made the...
    A television sports reporter in Connecticut is now a former television sports reporter after his employers him for a tweet in which he referred to Senator Tim Scott (R, SC) as an “Uncle Tom.” Fred Gerteiny of News 12 in Connecticut, posted the since-deleted tweet on Tuesday night after Scott said that President Trump “misspoke,” after declining to explicitly condemn white supremacists. “Thanks Uncle Tom,” Gerteiny tweeted. deleted, but the List comes for all, @FredGerteiny. ✍????✍????✍???? pic.twitter.com/2ktrow7JuM — Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) September 30, 2020 “I think he misspoke in response to Chris Wallace’s comment,” Scott said. “He was asking Chris what he wanted to say. I think he misspoke. I think he should correct it. If he doesn’t correct it, I guess he didn’t misspeak.” Gerteiny’s employer issued a statement announcing his firing on Wednesday. “After reviewing the incident, the network released sports reporter, Fred Gerteiny, as a result of a...
    LEFTISTS flooded Twitter to mock former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale after he was hospitalized on Sunday for psychiatric evaluation. Police went to Parscale's home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after his wife Candice reportedly told them he had "multiple firearms" and was threatening to harm himself. 2Brad Parscale was taken to the hospital after his wife told Police he was threatening to harm himselfCredit: Refer to Caption Police said Parscale did not threaten officers and was willingly detained before being taken to the hospital from his home. He was hospitalized under the state's Baker Act, which allows anyone believed to be a threat to themselves or others to be detained for 72 hours for evaluation. After the news spread on social media, several left-wing users took the opportunity to bash the former Trump aide. Bob Lynch, a Democratic congressional candidate, wrote: "F**k Brad Parscale. The business of separating innocent...
    A CNN journalist deleted his tweet and issued an apology after being called out for spreading coronavirus misinformation by critics including former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson. CNN breaking news editor Kyle Feldscher took to Twitter on Tuesday evening to weigh in on herd immunity, which was referenced by President Trump during the ABC News town hall, though the president mistakenly called it "herd mentality." Herd immunity is when a virus can no longer spread easily because enough people are immune to it and lowers the chances of the virus jumping from person to person and reaching those who haven’t been infected yet. CNN SHAMES TRUMP'S 'LARGE CROWDS,' 'LITTLE SOCIAL DISTANCING AT WH EVENT MARKING HISTORIC MIDDLE EAST PEACE DEAL "There are approximately 328.2 million people in the US," Feldscher began his now-deleted tweet. "To get to the low end of herd immunity, about 60% of the population must catch Covid. That's...
    Maria Taylor hit back at radio host Dan McNeil on Tuesday morning, not long after the Chicago commentator offered a crude comparison about the ESPN reporter’s “Monday Night Football” ensemble. During Monday’s broadcast of the Giants’ home opener against the Steelers, McNeil tweeted a screenshot of Taylor reporting from the sidelines at MetLife Stadium, writing: “NFL sideline reporter or a host for the AVN (Adult Video News) annual awards presentation?” The tweet, which had been captured by Awful Announcing, has since been deleted. Taylor, 33, who had just wrapped the first NFL game of her career, then fired back at McNeil, calling out his “sexist comments.” “Well Danny Dearest if you would like to continue making sexist comments about me…please bring your misogyny with you to the NBA Countdown doubleheader I’ll be hosting tomorrow night. Hey ladies remember you can wear whatever you feel confident in!” Taylor tweeted, adding McNeil’s...
    Axios deleted a tweet Monday that linked Republican criticism of Netflix’s movie “Cuties” to the QAnon conspiracy movement. “GOP politicians are jumpstarting a Netflix boycott in response to the film ‘Cuties,’ which denounces the hyper-sexualization of young girls on social media,” the tweet said. “Their stance is linked to a child sex trafficking conspiracy theory central to the QAnon movement.” (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: GOP Lawmakers Call On Justice Department To Take Legal Action Against Netflix For Sexualizing Children) Axios also updated the story that accompanied the deleted tweet linking criticism of “Cuties” to QAnon conspiracy theories focusing on child sex trafficking. The story appeared under the headline “Netflix faces its QAnon moment as lawmakers push to investigate ‘Cuties.'” Many theories in the QAnon movement involve the idea that the world is run by pedophiles and satanists that are opposed to President Donald Trump. The Axios story also said that the Netflix...
    CHER called Donald Trump a "mass murderer" for his coronavirus response, saying "the punishment [for it] is death" in a deleted tweet. On Friday, the 74-year-old star issued a shocking all-caps rant on Twitter, as she decried the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 crisis. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 13Cher issued an all-caps rant, calling for Trump to be put to death because she claimed he's a 'mass murderer'Credit: AP:Associated Press 13The star criticized Trump's handling of the pandemicCredit: AP:Associated Press 13'The punishment is death,' she wrote "THERE’S A BLAME 4 [sic] KILLING SOMEONE," Cher wrote. "ITS [sic] CALLED 'MURDER.' "IF YOU MURDER MORE THAN ONE PERSON YOU ARE A MASS MURDERER. THERE ARE MANY PUNISHMENTS FOR DIFFERENT DEGREES OF MURDER. "BUT WHEN SOMEONE 'KNOWINGLY 'MURDERS PEOPLE...THE PUNISHMENT IS DEATH." "Trump’s a mass murderer… hhmm," she...
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