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    AUDREY Roloff has been slammed for making a "disgusting" comment about the Texas school shooting. The Little People, Big World star, 30, faced backlash for urging fans to find "hope" despite the devastating tragedy. 5Audrey Roloff has been slammed for making a 'disgusting' comment about the Texas school shootingCredit: Instagram/@audreyroloff 5The Little People, Big World star faced backlash for urging fans to find 'hope' despite the devastating tragedyCredit: Instagram 5A gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary in Texas on TuesdayCredit: Getty On Tuesday, Salvador Ramos, 18, killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. The gunman left 17 others injured. Ramos was shot dead by police following his sick killing spree. One day after the horrific incident, Audrey shared a quote on her Instagram Story that read: "Even in the shadow of tragedy, let us not lose hope. "Give us eyes to see the rapid movements of mercy rushing to fill these newly wounded spaces." Read More on Audrey Full House Little People’s Audrey Roloff shows her truck that...
    A FAKE tan devotee has fallen in love with B&M's £2.99 bronzing mousse - insisting it's better than the one she usually pays five times more for. Jana Raven took to TikTok to share a video raving about the cheaper tan, beginning: "I don’t usually do videos like this, I don’t ever talk in videos, but I have to share this. 3Jana Raven took to TikTok to rave about B&M's £2.99 bronzing mousseCredit: Tiktok/@jana_raven 3While she usually gets this one for £15.99 from Tanologist...Credit: Tiktok/@jana_raven 3She insisted that the B&M one, which looked similar in every way to the Tanologist one, is "even better"Credit: Tanologist "There’s no way I can not share it. If you don’t get it then you’re literally missing out." Showing the Tanologist Express Tan Mousse in Dark that she usually buys for £15.99, Jana explained: " I use this all the time, it’s the only tan I really use. "It’s about £20 and don’t get me wrong, it is well good, that’s why I always get it. "So every single night out I...
    Sean Hannity interviewed former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) to discuss Russia’s war on Ukraine Thursday night in what was a crosstalk-riddled appearance. The Fox News host asked Gabbard her position on the United States sending military aid to Ukraine. He did so five times because she refused to answer the question outright. Instead, Gabbard stated the best course of action is for Ukrainians to take a dive because Russia will ultimately win anyway. Hannity has long advocated stepping up military aid to Ukraine amid Russia’s ongoing and stalled invasion, though he has said repeatedly he would not send U.S. soldiers to the country. “We can’t be the world’s policeman,” Hannity told Gabbard. “You and I agree on that part. We can’t. But however, we are a nation that has a conscience and a soul.” The host referenced the images of death and destruction that have emerged in the wake of Russia’s invasion. “Does America at least have a moral obligation to assist a country that’s willing to fight for itself to defend their natural rights?” he asked. Gabbard dodged and...
    TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans angered fans for allowing her son Kaiser to rap about drugs after the star's past heroin addiction. The MTV alum has been open about her previous drug use, admitting that she once used heroin four or five times a day. 5Jenelle angered fans after she shared a video of her and her son Kaiser rapping to a song about drugsCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 5Viewers thought the choice of song was 'inappropriate' for a young boyCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Although the 29-year-old has since kicked the habit, her followers grew concerned after she shared a clip of her youngest son lip singing to a song that referenced drugs. Jenelle shared the video on her Instagram Stories, of her and the 7-year-old rapping along to artists Jim Jones and Migo's hit song We Set the Trends. She captioned the post: "Kaisers favorite song" with a laughing face emoji. The lyrics mention drugs many times throughout the track, leaving some to find the music "inappropriate" for a little boy. The video...
    The mastermind behind the five-letter word brain teaser that has captivated much of the puzzle-loving world chose a seven-letter word to describe his emotions after the New York Times paid more than $1 million for his brainchild: r-e-l-i-e-f.  Brooklyn-based British software engineer Josh Wardle, who released Wordle three months ago, cashed in Monday after The Times announced that it had purchased the mega-hit word game for an undisclosed price in the low seven figures. 'My biggest sense, actually, right now, isn't joy. It's relief,' said Wardle, hours after the sale, in an interview with Time magazine.    He also put out a message assuring fans that the game would 'initially' remain free for existing and new players after users started a #KeepWorldleFree campaign to prevent The Times from putting it behind its paywall.  The Times has not revealed its plans for the global phenomenon but said it expects the acquisition to broaden its digital content as it tries to reach the goal of 10 million subscribers by 2025. It currently has about 7.6 million digital subscribers. Hours after the sale, Wardle (pictured) expressed how...
    YouTube demonetized a song critical of Dr. Anthony Fauci that alleged the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is lying about the pandemic. "Sad Little Man" by Five Times August says Fauci, who is "dead in his soul," has deceived the United States to garner public attention. "Sad little man sitting deep in a lie He's dead in his soul but he'll keep you alive Do what he says, not what he do 'Cause the truth is for him and the lie is for you," the first verse goes. PROUD BOYS HOST NEW YORK PARADE TO IRE OF DEMOCRATS Portrayed as a snake oil salesman and charlatan and adorned in clown shoes and a crown, the song rips Fauci for his supposed relentless flip-flopping and downplaying of science, framing him as a man who has tricked the public into worshiping him like a god. Searched the link you gave for the term "medical misinformation" and nothing came up. Who is on the "team" anyway? How many are on the...
    Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley made a flurry of false statements about a U.S. drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 innocent people, including seven children. Milley made the comments in the space of one minute during a September 1 press conference alongside Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. A reporter pressed Milley on whether U.S. forces had gone through all the proper checks before carrying out the strike. WATCH: “We had very good intelligence that ISIS-K was preparing a specific type vehicle at a specific type location. We monitored that through various means and all of the engagement criteria were being met. We went through the same level of rigor that we’ve done for years and we took a strike,” Milley said. (RELATED: CENTCOM Says It’s ‘Unclear What May Have Happened’ In Kabul Drone Strike That Reportedly Killed Civilians) In fact, the vehicle in question did not meet U.S. engagement criteria, as it was being driven by an Afghan man who worked for a U.S. humanitarian organization, according to reporting from The New York Times. The U.S. had...
    Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler refused to answer press questions about the fact that Joe Biden  was president-elect not once, not twice, but five times in the span of two minutes. During an outdoor press gaggle on Wednesday, Loeffler was asked about “Is it accurate to say you haven’t decided on that yet?” in what was an allusion to Biden’s victory in the Electoral College. Duck #1: “Look, I haven’t looked at it,” Loeffler claimed, about the results of the presidential race that has dominated the news cycle. She then referred to the date that Congress certifies the Electoral College vote. “January 6 is a long way off there’s a lot to play out between now and then.” Then, a reporter pointed out that the leader of her Senate GOP caucus, Mitch McConnell, has publicly acknowledged Biden is the president-elect and called to congratulate him, asking Loeffler if she plans on doing the same anytime soon. Duck #2: “Look, I’m focused on winning this race on January 5th. I talked to Leader McConnell this morning, we’re focused very much on delivering relief.” Next, a question...
    The mainstream media "cried wolf," author and comedian Adam Carolla said Thursday, reacting to the results of the 2020 presidential election showing tremendous support for President Trump from non-White voters. “What’s happened is CNN and the Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times, they’ve lost their fastball, they’ve been pitching this crap for five years now and, at a certain point, you can only cry wolf so many times,” Carolla told “Fox & Friends.” “How many times can you call someone racist, how many times can you call a party racist, how many times can you call people racist before people stop listening and actually push back the other direction?” Carolla asked. TUCKER CARLSON: MEDIA MISJUDGED TRUMP SUPPORT AMONG NON-WHITE VOTERS Meanwhile, regardless of who wins the presidential election, there was no blue wave, no overwhelming anti-Trump surge, and the current president was not rejected as a racist bigot. “The media were wrong because it was a mixture of wishful thinking and propaganda designed to influence the result. The people they most influenced were themselves and their leftist allies,” Media Research Center Vice...
    A felon has admitted that his girlfriend who visited him in prison every weekend for the past five years is 'borderline obsessive,' and he's worried about what their relationship will be like now that he is out of prison.  Dylan, 30, from Chicago, Illinois, finally reunites with his girlfriend Heather on Friday night's episode of the We TV reality series Love After Lockup, and while the two can't keep their hands off each other, he is concerned she is a little too committed to him. 'Heather and I, we haven't spent that much time together before I had gotten locked up. Minimal interaction,' he explains in a preview clip from the episode.  At last: Dylan, 30, from Chicago, Illinois, finally reunites with his girlfriend Heather on Friday night's episode of the We TV reality series Love After Lockup Reunion: Heather can't keep her hands of Dylan, who spent the past five years behind bars  Dylan met Heather at a party at his apartment just a few weeks before he got caught selling 100 pills of ecstasy to an...
    A new study finds that Fox News peddled misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic 253 times in only five days. The documented instances included claims which undermined science and faith in experts, as well as demands that schools and businesses reopen at the risk of public health. Primetime host Laura Ingraham, who has no medical or scientific background whatsoever, led the pack with about a quarter of the claims — 63 total, or just more than 12 per show. Additionally, the network’s “straight news” programs contributed about 35% of the misinformation. The study, published Thursday by media watchdog Media Matters for America, was conducted from July 6 to 10 — the week after a Yahoo News report proclaimed that Fox’s coronavirus coverage had taken a “remarkable turn” for the better. However haltingly and incompletely, the president’s favorite news outlet has started to acknowledge, across various programs and its news site, that the coronavirus is a far graver threat than even [President Donald] Trump himself will acknowledge. That report cited two articles on the network’s website and two instances of Fox News personalities Sean Hannity and Steve Doocy making remarks about masks that, while stopping short of endorsements, did not mock them...
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