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    CNN’s Boris Sanchez was stunned by the sheer size of the crowd that gathered for a rally in support of President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s popular and Electoral College victory in the 2020 presidential election. Trump is scheduled to appear at the so-called “Save America Rally” ahead of Congress’ pro forma certification of the results, which many Republican members have vowed to contest, an effort which Trump has been pressuring Vice President Mike Pence to support. Ahead of the rally, CNN’s Erin Burnett asked Sanchez to describe the scene, and he marveled at the crowd size while expressing alarm about the mood in the air: Erin, a number of things that stand out to me about the event here the president is holding this morning. First, the enormity of the crowd. It is massive, and I don’t think you can really appreciate it from what you’re...
    A HEAD of sixth form sparked anger at a school after telling girls they were not allowed to call in sick because of their periods. Jackie Watson emailed all Year 12 students at Oxford Spires Academy in Cowley, Oxford, telling them periods are "part of being a woman". 3Oxford Spires Academy in Cowley, Oxford, told girls periods are 'part of being a woman'Credit: Google maps 3One student says her period can sometimes cause her to pass out and vomitCredit: Alamy The email was designed to cut back on non-attendance after girls were calling sick with their periods. It told students that "learning to deal with monthly inconvenience is all part of being a woman". Students at the school, however, felt the email was unfair. One student, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “Obviously I have to understand that people cannot take their whole period off each month but that...
    A South Dakota nurse who cares for COVID-19 patients says one of the hardest parts of her job is convincing a number of those who are critically ill that the deadly virus is actually real. After sharing a thread of her experiences to Twitter over the weekend, nurse Jodi Doering appeared on CNN’s New Day on Monday to describe how many of her patients are still in denial about coronavirus, willing to believe almost anything else has made them sick. ‘I think the hardest thing to watch is that people are still looking for something else and they want a magic answer, and they don't want to believe that COVID is real,’ she told the network. ‘People want it to be influenza, they want it to be pneumonia, we’ve even had people say, “I think it could be lung cancer.”’ She continued: ‘Even after the positive test results come back,...
    GRETA Thunberg has dramatically reignited her feud with Donald Trump telling him to work on his “Anger Management” and “chill.” The activist, 17, hit out at the US President after he tweeted a demand to “STOP THE COUNT” amid a legal challenge over ballots in Pennsylvania. 4Greta Thunberg has reignited her feud with Donald Trump joking that he needs 'anger management' amid his election turmoil 4Greta gives Donald Trump daggers last year during a UN Climate Summit in Davos Trump - who has filed lawsuits to stop vote-counting in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia – has previously clashed with the Swedish schoolgirl over the issue of climate change. Today, in response to his tweet, she wrote: “So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!” The tweet was a direct reference to...
    BEAR Brown's ex Raiven Adams has admitted she was "lost in anger" before visiting her ex with their son River. Raiven gave birth to River in March but Bear only met his son for the first time in late September. 6Bear was near tears in the first pictures of him with his sonCredit: Instagram 6Raiven admitted they were "lost in anger"Credit: Instagram /@raiv3n_mari3_97 The pair shared snaps from their time together, including the three enjoying a picnic in the park, but when a fan asked if it was hard to find her way back to "good terms" with Bear, Raiven opened up on their journey. "I think we are both hard headed and we've always secretly wanted to get back on good terms but didn't want to admit it," she wrote on social media. "Sometimes you get lost in anger and I'm glad we are past that." Bear's ex...
    Thursday, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson opened his program with a warning about the aggressive tack Democrats will take to get out the vote in November. He pointed out that Democrats tended to be less likely to vote and suggested that was some of what is behind what is playing out right now on the campaign trail, including Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s embrace of Jacob Blake, Sr., the father of slain Jacob Blake. According to Carlson, Biden had elevated the elder Blake “to a position of greater prominence in this country and greater moral authority.” However, Carlson pointed Blake, Sr.’s history of anti-Semitic rhetoric. Transcript as follows: CARLSON: The key for any political party that’s trying to hold power is getting its voters to the polls. It’s not complicated. But this simple act has always been a problem for the Democratic Party. On average, Democratic voters are much less...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Thursday night kinda stunk for the Celtics. They had a hard-fought victory in their grasp, only to let 47 minutes and 59.5 seconds of hard work go for naught. Instead of owning a 3-0 lead over the Toronto Raptors, we now have ourselves a series at 2-1. Some Boston players likely had nightmares over OG Anunoby’s buzzer-beater, replaying the defensive breakdown that cost Boston the game. It was a gut punch, no doubt. But now that it’s Friday, the Celtics have to focus on Saturday night’s Game 4. They’ll probably watch the play that sunk Game 3 for them a handful of times before practice, but it’s important to dissect what went wrong, learn from their mistakes, and then lock into Game 4. “This is the NBA playoffs. Either you let them gain momentum or you come back and be ready to...
    “The murder of black people has to stop. We have to get Trump out. We have to make more noise,” exclaims Tabitha, 34, who wears a Black Lives Matter t-shirt. Hundreds of people gathered despite the summer heat on the edge of the garden where Donald Trump was giving his speech, surrounded by his supporters and protected by heavy iron gates. Despite the strong police presence – at least twenty agents guarding the only entrance to the White House – the atmosphere is festive and friendly. A school bus, dubbed the Hoop Bus, decked out in basketball hoops offers protesters a playground. On another float, a band of musicians string together soul and pop hits, with interludes based on “Fuck Trump”. “We do not want to see Donald Trump accept the nomination. The goal is to drown (this event)”, explains Miriam Oppenheimer, who came from...
    Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro mocked The New York Times Tuesday over their coverage of the unrest in Wisconsin, including one article describing "peaceful marches" that "gave way to fires and destruction." "Oh, they just gave way, did they? Fascinating!" "The Ben Shapiro Show" host told listeners. "So if the anti-lockdown protests had devolved into burning down capitol buildings, would they have just 'given way?' Or would it have been that the protesters turned out to be rioters and looters?" he asked. Multiple fires were reported across Kenosha County late Monday night following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. A car dealership that was torched during the first night of rioting Sunday was targeted again late Monday, along with a furniture store and a storefront church, according to social media and local reports. Shapiro argued that the Times vastly mischaracterized the violence and vandalism in an article headlined "Fires In Kenosha Reflect Anger After Police Shooting of Jacob Blake."...
    Turns out, the big, bad, mean media folks in Cleveland and around the country were not the only ones upset by the reckless actions of Zach Plesac and Mike Clevinger.  Several of their teammates were pretty livid, too. Upset enough that during a team meeting on Friday — according to an ESPN report — veteran pitcher Oliver Perez threatened to opt out of the season if the pair was allowed to immediately rejoin the roster, and franchise icon Francisco Lindor was outspoken, too. And because of those objections, both pitchers were optioned to the minors and sent to the alternate site, where they have to stay at least 10 days.   Good. The anger is very much justified.  MORE: Surprising, disappointments and standouts after one-third of the 2020 season Maybe, finally, they’ll get the message that they — especially Plesac — so completely missed through the first couple of days...
    New York — By:Estrella Flores Carter| June 28, 2020 A virus has turned our lives around. Many people have suffered the disease, others have suffered it in their environment, there are those who have lost someone close to them, there are those who have lost their jobs and there are those who can no longer bear to fulfill a lot of work tasks. telematically, while taking care of their children or their elders … All this can generate deep rage or anger, an intense emotion that is very important to know how to manage. Anger / rage arises when we feel threatened, when we believe we are the object of an injustice, when we are humiliated, frustrated, and hurt. It is a legitimate emotion that prepares us for defense. Emotions are good because they help us adapt. We bring them as standard, but we have to learn to...
    New Yorkers fed up with Mayor Bill de Blasio's inaction in dealing with the noise caused by late-night fireworks that are being set off illegally throughout the city staged a protest outside Gracie Mansion on Monday. Motorists lined up along East End Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan around midnight late on Monday and honked their horns continuously hoping to get the message across to the mayor. 'If we cannot sleep, we will not let the mayor sleep,' New York City Councilman Chaim Deutsch, who addressed a crowd of protesters on Monday, said. Deutsch led chants of 'If we don't sleep, you don't sleep' and, 'We need leadership.' Since June 1, there have been more than 4,500 calls to the police complaining of fireworks in Brooklyn alone. Hundreds are protesting outside Gracie Mansion in #Manhattan right now after @NYCMayor refuses to do anything about the insane fireworks the...
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