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    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton appeared on Newsmax soon after news broke that a gunman shot and killed 14 students and a teacher at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. The gunman is also reported to have killed his grandmother before going to the school. The shooting occurred as voters across Texas went to the polls to cast ballots in the state’s primary runoffs. Paxton is facing a Republican primary challenge from George P. Bush. Neither candidate received a majority of the vote in March. Interviewing Paxton, host Chris Salcedo remarked that some liberals have reiterated their calls for gun control measures to be implemented. “When you hear the instantaneous politicization of an incident like this, what goes through your mind as the head attorney of the state of Texas,” Salcedo asked. Paxton, wearing a “Ken Paxton: Texas Attorney General” t-shirt, replied that he wants citizens to be armed and trained in order to handle active shooter situations: Well, look, you know people that are shooting people, that are killing kids, [if] … they’re not following murder laws,...
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A candidate for Louisville’s metro council stands charged with attempted murder, accused of opening fire on a mayoral candidate whose shirt was grazed by a bullet in his campaign headquarters, police said Tuesday. Quintez Brown, 21, also faces four counts of wanton endangerment, Louisville police spokesman Aaron Ellis said. Brown, who is running as an independent, was arrested Monday after witnesses said he shot multiple rounds at the headquarters of Democrat Craig Greenberg, who told reporters he was “shaken but safe” after the attack. Greenberg said he was at his campaign office with four colleagues when a man appeared in the doorway with a weapon. “When we greeted him, he pulled out a gun, aimed directly at me and began shooting,” Greenberg said. One staffer managed to shut the door, which they barricaded using “tables and desks,” and the suspect fled, he said. “Despite one bullet coming so close that it grazed my sweater and my shirt, no one was physically harmed,” Greenberg said. Police have said the motive remains under investigation. The suspect appears...
    Fox News’ Harris Faulkner mocked the Lincoln Project’s weekend hoax attempting to tie Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin to white nationslists. Faulkner and Washington Times opinion editor Charlie Hurt discussed the hoax — featuring five activists dressed to invoke the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally who claimed they were attending an event in support of Youngkin. (RELATED: Lincoln Project Admits It Got Five Dejected Looking 20 Somethings To Dress Up Like Neo Nazis At A Youngkin Event) WATCH: “It’s do-or-die for the Democrat, Terry McAuliffe,” Faulkner began, noting that many were holding up Tuesday’s election as a bellwether for both the 2022 midterm elections and even the 2024 presidential race. “Both candidates are making the final pitches to voters today but not before some last-minute controversy. The anti-Trump Lincoln Project sent a group of actors to pose as a white supremacists with tiki torches at a Youngkin event in Charlottesville, Virginia. Lincoln project cofounder Stuart Stevens actually defended doing so,” Faulkner continued. “He said, ‘That’s how you play hardball.’ But even the McAuliffe campaign had to distance...
    VICTORIA Beckham has joined forces with her fellow Spice Girls to raise important funds for charity. The fashion designer, 47, reunited with Spice Girls  Mel C, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Mel B to launch her limited edition Pride t-shirt. 9Victoria Beckham has launched a Pride Month t-shirt to raise money for aktCredit: Instagram All the Spice Girls posed in the white t-shirt that uses the name of their hit debut single to promote a message of pride and love. "Proud and Wannabe your love," the t-shirt reads in a combination of rainbow coloured letters and black font. Victoria also posted a short clip from the iconic 1996 video for Wannabe to Instagram. Money raised from the £80 t-shirt - available on the Victoria Beckham website - will go towards LGBTQ+ youth homeless charity, akt. 9Emma Bunton aka Baby Spice also got on board to support akt - a LGBTQ+ homeless charityCredit: Instagram 9Mel B also threw her support behind the initiative which quoted the Spice Girls' iconic debutCredit: Instagram 9Ginger Spice aka Geri Horner wore the t-shirt which read 'proud and wannabe your...
    EMMANUEL Macron was slapped in the face by a furious voter on his campaign trail today as the French president's popularity nosedives. A shocking video clip shows a man dressed in a green t-shirt, glasses and a face mask shout "Down with Macronia!" before delivering a slap to Macron's face. 5The moment Emmanuel Macron was slapped by an unidentified manCredit: TWITTER 5Macron reached out his hand to greet the man in the green t-shirt before he was slapped Two people have been arrested after the man took aim at the 43-year-old centrist during a walkabout session with a crowd in the Drome region, broadcasters BFM TV and RMC radio reported. In the footage, Macron, dressed in a white shirt and a black face mask, could be seen walking towards a crowd of well-wishers in the village of Tain-l'Hermitage who were stood behind a metal barrier. The French president reached out his hand to greet the man in the green t-shirt - but the unidentified assailant grabbed his arm and slapped him in the face. The crowd erupted as Macron's security entourage...
    Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece, Meena Harris, has reportedly stopped selling clothing bearing her aunt’s name, according to Fox News. The 36-year-old flew to the inauguration on a private plane owned by a Biden inaugural donor and shared about the trip to her Instagram stories, the report said, adding that she also wrote a children’s book about her aunt and mother: The book was published in June 2020, before Kamala was vice president, and thus breaks no laws. But White House officials told Politico the book couldn’t have been published today because it uses Kamala’s name and likeness. It’s unclear whether Meena is allowed to continue to draw royalties for the book, and she won’t say if she still is. … The day after the inauguration, transition ethics lawyers had to tell Meena she could not continue to sell a number of items for her clothing brand Phenomenal that beared her aunt’s name– the “Kamala Harris Swimsuit,” “phenomenal Kamala Tank,” and  “Kamala T-shirt.” The items that appeared last fall are no longer listed on her site. In August, Meena urged...
    Ruben Rojas is an artist, designer, speaker and Los Angeles native. His murals can be seen all over Los Angeles County, as well as other parts of the country, and always reflect his mission of living through love."I like to say at the end of the day I'm creating a movement that's lived through love," Rojas said. "All I do is really use paint, and my words, and my motivation, and my poetry and all that to open the door and say, 'Hey there's another way to look at things. 'One of Rojas' most recent works in Santa Monica is a mural that reads, "You can't quarantine love." When he saw it going viral he knew this was a much bigger message, so he decided to create a t-shirt out of it. 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the "you can't quarantine love" shirt will be donated to the United Way LA Pandemic Relief Fund."I thought, 'What can I do?' I can't write a million dollar check, but if I can inspire a lot of people to wear...
    Four Seasons Total Landscaping, the Philadelphia business that gained fame after serving as the backdrop of a Trump campaign press conference Saturday, has launched a line of t-shirts and other products with puns based on phrases used by the president.  On Sunday, the company released a series of t-shirts, hoodies and stickers with the business’s logo, along with “Lawn and Order” and “Make America Rake Again.”  According to NPR, the company added face masks to its collection of merchandise on Monday, and by Tuesday, all the items had sold out.  The landscaping company announced on its Facebook page Tuesday that it would be temporarily halting sales on most items due to an inability to keep up with the demand for the products.  "We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support we've received! You all are amazing!" the post said. “We will begin shipping out orders on Saturday! We will update you when new quantities (and new items) become available.”  Saturday’s press conference, which featured Trump’s personal lawyer and former New York City mayor Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiRealClearPolitics editor corrects Giuliani on...
    Park Ridge firefighters proudly presented a $3,000 check to the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center toward the research and treatment of breast cancer. The firefighters raised the money the past few months through the sale of t-shirts designed by Firefighter Kyle Ladewig. "Knowing how difficult a breast cancer diagnosis can be for family and having witnessed some of our member's families be impacted by the disease, it seemed like a great opportunity for us to pitch in and do our part to help find a cure," said Firefighter Joseph Derienzo, who headed the sale. All of the funds raised through the sale of 346 shirts went to the center, along with a $300 contribution from the Park Ridge Firemen's Association. The Association also provides: three annual scholarships to eligible Park Ridge school seniors in memory of ex-Fire Chief Rocky Pilger; annual baby-sitter educational safety program; Santa’s annual Christmas Eve visit to Depot Square with toys, and stockings for all borough children; support of several firefighter organizations; support for several borough youth sports organizations; providing...
    Park Ridge firefighters proudly presented a $3,000 check to the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center toward the research and treatment of breast cancer. The firefighters raised the money the past few months through the sale of t-shirts designed by Firefighter Kyle Ladewig. "Knowing how difficult a breast cancer diagnosis can be for family and having witnessed some of our member's families be impacted by the disease, it seemed like a great opportunity for us to pitch in and do our part to help find a cure," said Firefighter Joseph Derienzo, who headed the sale. All of the funds raised through the sale of 346 shirts went to the center, along with a $300 contribution from the Park Ridge Firemen's Association. The Association also provides: three annual scholarships to eligible Park Ridge school seniors in memory of ex-Fire Chief Rocky Pilger; annual baby-sitter educational safety program; Santa’s annual Christmas Eve visit to Depot Square with toys, and stockings for all borough children; support of several firefighter organizations; support for several borough youth sports organizations; providing...
    Despite the fact that nearly everyone agrees that the first presidential debate was a disaster, Joe Biden still managed to come out of the night with a catchphrase. As Donald Trump spoke over him, Biden snapped, “Will you shut up, man?” It was both a retort and a plea. Now, it’s a t-shirt. In what felt like no time at all, the Vice President’s campaign mocked up a $30 top, slapping a petulant portrait of Trump over charcoal gray with white lettering spelling out the new slogan. It sold out quickly, but countless other imitators emerged. (A Biden campaign spokesperson was not available to comment.) Phenomenal Woman, a social justice organization founded by Kamala Harris’ niece Meena, put the question on a neon-orange sweatshirt, writing it in flamingo pink script as if it were a Miami Vice tagline. On Etsy, the phrase found itself blazed over tops, mugs, and wine glasses. After news broke early Friday morning that the president and first lady contracted coronavirus, raising questions about Trump’s ability to keep campaigning, “Will you shut up, man?” gained...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — “Bad things happen in Philadelphia” wasn’t the only T-shirt to come out of Tuesday’s debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. During a testy exchange, Biden shot back at Trump after he was repeatedly interrupted by the president during a question about the Supreme Court. “Will you shut up, man?” Biden said after the president interrupted him. Before the debate was even finished, the Biden campaign started selling a T-shirt with “Will You Shut Up, Man” printed over a picture of Trump. There’s no word at this time how many of those T-shirts were sold. The campaign said it got nearly $10 million in donations by midnight Wednesday.
    They're already shilling T-shirts. It has been less than three days since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, but already Donald Trump's campaign is trying to make money off of her passing. In a Sunday night email to supporters, the campaign invited them to pay $30 for a "Fill That Seat" shirt — a reference to his plan to quickly try to ram her replacement through the Senate before the November elections. The email falsely claimed that the recipient has "priority access" for only "one hour" to buy a shirt, after which Team Trump will "be forced to give it to the next Patriot in line." More than 16 hours after the email went out, the tee shirts are still available for purchase on the campaign's website for anyone who wants one.
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Muralist and activist Ruben Rojas has teamed up with ABC7 to design a t-shirt for the Feed SoCal campaign.Rojas was inspired by the spirit of giving for his t-shirt design."The best thing we can do is to be in service and provide our gifts and our talents for other causes bigger than ourselves," Rojas told ABC7.Rojas is known for weaving the mission statement "live through love" into his works. The artist uses urban landscapes as backdrops to spread messages of love and acceptance, inspiring communities to take a more positive outlook on life."I'm an everyday Angeleno. I'm born and raised here and it is my city and it is one of my responsibilities to be able to support [and] help in any way I can," Rojas said.In addition to painting murals around the world, Rojas has also spoken at TED Talks and even co-founded the nonprofit Beautify EarthABC7 will donate 100% of its proceeds from the sale of the exclusive Rojas-designed t-shirt to support our 9th annual Feed SoCal campaign.To purchase a t-shirt, visit ABC7's apparel...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes a brief speech in a virtual DNC on Tuesday night. (Courtesy PBS NewsHour) Joe Biden is the Democratic presidential nominee — and that’s no malarkey. His granddaughter Maisy Biden was among those who ran up to him after he was formally nominated Tuesday night, sporting a “no malarkey” T-shirt. The phrase has long been a favorite of Biden’s, so much so that he at one point had it painted on the side of his campaign bus. But in the past, Biden has gotten some grief for using a phrase many feel sounds outdated — or to younger people, a complete mystery without having to Google it. Earlier in his campaign, late-night hosts had a lot of fun with it. Trevor Noah of “The Daily Show” was one of them: 
    Stars including Jessica Alba, Regina King, Olivia Wilde and Tracee Ellis Ross are demanding justice for Breonna Taylor with a powerful style statement. On Monday, 150 days after Taylor was killed, over 70 celebrities posted Instagram photos wearing a T-shirt from black- and female-owned brand Phenomenal that reads, “Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor.” The back of the tee features a portrait of the late 26-year-old EMT by artist Arlyn García, along with the words, “Say her name.” In March, Taylor was fatally shot in her own home by three plainclothes Louisville Metro Police Department officers, who were executing a no-knock search warrant. While one of the cops involved has since been fired, none have been arrested. Niecy Nash, Mandy Moore and Amy Schumer in Phenomenal’s Breonna Taylor T-shirtsInstagram “It’s been 150 days since Breonna Taylor was murdered in her home by Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove — and her killers have not been charged. Too often Black women who die from police violence are forgotten, but that is changing now,” each celeb’s caption read. “We will remind and...
    Ironically, US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday announced that he was selling a t-shirt with the words “You won’t have to worry about my tweets,” in reference to the mania of his rival the conservative incumbent President Donald Trump to express himself extensively on the social network Twitter. “This is no joke,” Joe Biden tweeted Monday night, urging t-shirts with artwork and a link to his campaign portal accompanying the message. The black t-shirt features an image of a tweet from Joe Biden saying, “You won’t have to worry about my tweets when I’m president.” The t-shirt, made in the USA, is sold for thirty dollars (about 27 euros) and the amount of the purchase is a donation to the fund that finances the campaign of the Democratic candidate. Another t-shirt from Biden’s campaign marketing has the inscription “Tweet less, listen more”. Deprived of meetings because of the Covid-19, Joe Biden leads a muted campaign that earned him the mockery of President Trump. However, faced with the exits of the tempestuous president and his contested management of...
    (Photo by MICHAEL REGAN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) Manchester United has revealed its brand new home shirt for the 2020-2021 campaign.  After a tough start to the English Premier League campaign, Manchester United was able to turn things around late and booked its trip to the Champions League next season after finishing in third place. The confidence levels are high for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men. Things are only getting better for the Reds after the team revealed its brand new home shirt for the 2020-21 campaign. When United does take the pitch, they’ll no doubt be doing so in style for the fans to enjoy. Manchester United reveal the 2020/21 home shirt ???? pic.twitter.com/f2jDrJffFt — B/R Football (@brfootball) August 4, 2020 Manchester United is back in the Champions League next season after finishing third in the English Premier League tableAs you can see from the images above, United’s jerseys will have a bit of a different look for next season. The supporters will hope that regardless of what shirt the players don, the group will be in a position...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — This is a tough time for everyone, especially people who are having a difficult time putting food on the table. So the “We Are Philly” T-shirt campaign began. For every shirt sold, a package of fresh produce from Giordano Garden Groceries is given to a Philadelphian in need. So far, 8,300 tees have been sold, which means 8,300 packages of groceries have been delivered. Chefs, athletes and celebrities have been posting pictures wearing the shirts to raise awareness and money to help our neighbors. Philadelphia restauranteur and philanthropist Joe Wasserman came up with the idea. “Anybody who is anybody wants to help out, and that’s what’s so cool about our city. It’s not like to each his own, it’s for each for everyone, and that’s huge. We are a small piece of the fabric of our city,” Wasserman said. The shirts come in the colors of Philly’s sports teams. Wasserman says they will continue making the shirts and providing food for as long as there is a need.
    (CBSDFW.com)- As the WNBA season opening weekend approaches, the focus is beginning to turn towards basketball with players set to take the court for the first time in 2020. While the return of games is an exciting moment for sports fans everywhere, the league and Dallas Wings center Isabelle Harrison don’t want people to lose sight of the movements for social justice. That’s why Harrison, 26, has created the #IAm campaign allowing people to explain their personal experiences with social injustice and police brutality. The launch of the campaign came earlier this month with customized t-shirts featuring the hashtag and with a line next to it to allow people to personalize the shirt to their own experience. “I made shirts with the hashtag #IAm with an open dash next to it and I wanted to be able to make a shirt so that people could interact with the hashtag,” said Harrison. “I wanted them to be able to make it personal to their experience in life so, tying in their experience with any social justice issues whether they experience it...
    USA Today was dragged over the weekend after publishing a “fact check” claiming the Trump campaign sold shirts featuring a Nazi symbol of an eagle, and later clarified that “the eagle is a longtime US symbol, too.” The paper published a “fact check” claiming “Trump's campaign website recently unveiled a T-shirt that has come under fire because of design similarities between its logo and a Nazi symbol” and coming to the conclusion that the claims are “true.” FOX NEWS CHANNEL FINISHES QUARTER WITH RECORD-SETTING VIEWERSHIP “The claims that a Trump campaign T-shirt has come under criticism for using a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle is TRUE, based on our research,” USA Today’s Will Peebles wrote, adding “It is worth noting that the eagle is a common symbol in American politics, and is included in the presidential seal of the U.S., as well as many federal departments.” But when the paper tweeted the story, it didn’t focus on whether or not the campaign was criticized but instead declared the Trump campaign sold shirts featuring a Nazi symbol. “The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol. Our ruling: True,” the paper tweeted. TRUMP, IN FIERY...
    USA Today was forced to issue a major clarification on Sunday after claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a "Nazi symbol." The newspaper's fact checking team declared that viral social media posts claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a notorious Nazi symbol — the imperial eagle — was true. "The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol Our ruling: True," USA Today said on Twitter. The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol Our ruling: True https://t.co/3eCiYdgQvK — USA TODAY (@USA TODAY)1594549560.0 On its website, the USA Today fact check presented more nuance: The claims that a Trump campaign T-shirt has come under criticism for using a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle is TRUE, based on our research. But it is worth noting that the eagle is a common symbol in American politics, and is included in the presidential seal of the U.S., as well as many federal departments. In fact, USA Today explained that the eagle has a rich history in American symbolism and...
    President Donald Trump’s campaign is promoting a new shirt that features an eagle clutching a shield with the American flag and ribbon displaying his campaign. The Nazi Reichsadler is an eagle clutching a shield with a swastika. While eagles have been used since the Roman Empire to signify power, the only eagles clutching a shield in their feet appear on Nazi memorabilia and Trump’s campaign shirt. It’s a fact that didn’t go unnoticed by those on Twitter, Wednesday. Specifically, the Republican-run Lincoln Project posted the images together, saying, “Come on.” One person tried to claim that it was similar to the American symbol, which was specifically designed with plenty of symbolism in mind. In the left foot, the eagle is gently holding an olive branch, to signify the strive for peace. In its right foot are 13 arrows, with the claws out, to symbolize strength. In its mouth, the eagle is holding a banner with E Pluribus Unum (out of many, one). You can see the comments from Twitter below: Come. On. pic.twitter.com/VtfgrM8hIW — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 2,...
    President Donald Trump’s campaign drew fire Wednesday after an activist group compared a shirt design on the official campaign website with Nazi iconography. Bend the Arc: Jewish Action circulated the images, writing “The President of the United States is campaigning for reelection with a Nazi symbol. Again. On the left: an official Trump/Pence ‘America First’ tee. On the right; the Iron Eagle, the official symbol of the Nazi party.” The President of the United States is campaigning for reelection with a Nazi symbol. Again. On the left: an official Trump/Pence “America First” tee. On the right; the Iron Eagle, the official symbol of the Nazi party. ⁰It’s not an accident. Bigotry is their entire brand. pic.twitter.com/mSOBxwf7Wa — Bend the Arc: Jewish Action (@jewishaction) July 1, 2020 The site appears to be selling the design in question in both men’s and women’s sizes. Trump campaign shirt accused of sharing design from Nazi Eagle (shop.donaldtrump.com) Trump campaign shirt accused of sharing design from Nazi Eagle (shop.donaldtrump.com) The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) lists the Nazi Eagle as a hate symbol based off the...
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