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    Tucker Carlson has hit back at former Fox News colleague Carl Cameron for recent comments saying the host should be be jailed or 'end up in something worse,' for his show’s content. '“Maybe wind up in jail or maybe something worse”' Carlson said Monday, quoting comment made by the former reporter over the weekend to CNN's Jim Acosta, which criticized the host for spreading false and potentially harmful material. 'What’s "something worse?"' Carlson, 53, asked his audience, after airing a clip of the remarks from former reporter Cameron. 'We’re not sure what “something worse” is - but it certainly feels like we’re moving toward it at a very high speed at this point,' Carlson seemed to warn, before ominously adding, 'That’s the end point to talk like that - "something worse."' Carlson - who has come under fire for comments that leftist critics say support 'The Great Replacement theory, a racist ideology that allegedly inspired the accused Buffalo mass shooter and New Zealand Mosque killer - went on to criticize the left for what trying to push a narrative that he is racist.  ...
    A Maryland mom of four is furious at the Biden administration for the current state of affairs in the country — particularly the supply chain crisis and the impact it is having on her children, as she struggles to find formula for her 10-month-old twins. “I have enough formula for two babies for 14 days,” Kayla Zurenko, a mom of four, told Fox News Digital, explaining that she has searched the tri-state area for formula for her babies. “Where am I going to find formula after that?” This was not always an issue for Zurenko, as she breastfed her children up until January 2022, but stopped because she contracted the Chinese coronavirus, thrusting her among other parents who are facing similar panic over shortages of baby formula. “I sent him [her husband] for a curbside order and the order got canceled,” Zurenko told Fox News Digital, explaining that they were eventually able to find some at Target. After that, she tried to breastfeed again, but she realized that her milk supply “just never came back to a sustainable level” after she...
    This is the moment a brave dog stared down a massive mountain lion as it pawed at his owner's patio doors.  Sarah Bole came home from work on Friday at about 5pm to find her dog Dash enraptured by the mountain lion and staring at it through the glass patio doors at  their home between Grand Lake and Granby, Colorado.  Footage shows Dash sitting completely still and silently watching the giant cat while Ms Bole desperately tries to call him to her.   Her trembling voice can be heard saying: 'Dash get back!' but the little dog stays exactly where he is and continues to stare at the lion, his tail wagging.  Sarah Bole came home from work on Friday at about 5pm to find her dog Dash enraptured by the lion and staring directly at it from behind the glass doors of their home between Grand Lake and Granby, Colorado Ms Bole's trembling voice can be heard saying: 'Dash get back!' but the brave little dog stays exactly where he is and continues to stare at the lion After almost three...
    Getty New York Jets quarterback Mike White hands the ball off to wide receiver Elijah Moore on a reverse. Heading into a Week 10 matchup with the Buffalo Bills, there are actually some reasons for New York Jets’ optimism against the 5-3 division leader. For starters, Gang Green has been a much better football team at MetLife Stadium under head coach Robert Saleh, with a 2-1 home record in 2021 including upset wins over the Tennessee Titans and Cincinnati Bengals — arguably the best two teams the Jets has played this year. The Bills are also in the midst of a slump. Buffalo has lost two out of their past three games and the one win over the Miami Dolphins was not all that convincing. Last week, they were beaten 9-6 by the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. And then there’s Mike White, the confident backup quarterback that has stolen the hearts of many fans in Zach Wilson’s absence. Against a number one ranked Buffalo defense, Week 10 should provide an adequate test for the “white-hot” signal-caller. ALL the latest...
    Q: In the approximately 10 minutes I was at the light-rail station and First Street and Paseo de San Antonio in San Jose one morning, I saw two cars drive up the train tracks. Have any Roadshow readers ended up on the tracks downtown and bailed onto San Fernando Street without incident? If so, what went wrong that they ended up on the tracks? There aren’t that many Kadiddlehoppers out there. I believe the answer lies in improved signage and lane markings. Amy Sargent, San Jose A: Amy drives this area frequently and sees this too often. And this happened to Matt-the-Roadshow-Son a few years ago. Plus, while there are signs indicating that light rail tracks are separate from the part of the street used by cars, the VTA says it occasionally sees cars mistaking the tracks for a street. Safety railings installed just before COVID hit are proving to deter track intrusion in downtown San Jose. The VTA will extend the railings as part of an upcoming project that will also include signage, striping and markers (dots) at the...
    At this haunted house, the ghosts and ghouls sometimes elicit more than screams. The Haunt in Atascadero keeps extra pants on hand for visitors so frightened that they lose control of their bodily functions. Two people have requested the pants, said Sandi Andersen-Tarica, the Haunt’s production manager. And staff keeps a list of those who wet themselves — at least 31 “confessed pee-ers” in the last two years. “Some people, when they know what’s happening, they like to sign it as sort of a badge of honor,” Andersen-Tarica said. “And we do have it on a sign that we will provide emergency pants upon request.” Nestled among coffee shops and restaurants in downtown Atascadero, The Haunt is the only haunted house in San Luis Obispo County, drawing about 4,000 visitors each year. This year — its sixth — the theme is Grimm Reaper’s Scary Tales Volume II. “You can’t use the same scare every time,” said Creig P. Sherburne, a volunteer who plays several roles for the Haunt, including the Butcher. “There are different gags and ... a different...
    A TERRIFYING livestream was recorded by a Tennessee woman just moments before she drowned in flash-floodwaters. Linda Almond and her son Tommy, were on the roof of their Waverly, Tennessee home when it collapsed and the duo were carried by aggressive water.  4Linda Almond and her son Tommy, were on the roof of their homeCredit: Linda Almond/Facebook 4While Tommy was rescued by officials, Almond was found deadCredit: Linda Almond/Facebook While Tommy was rescued by officials, Almond was found dead, her family announced on Facebook.  ‘Oh my goodness’ In Almond’s one-minute Facebook live video, which has over 46,000 views, she cries, “This is really scary. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness.” As a result of 17 inches of rainfall over a 24-hour period, at least 22 people were killed and 10 others are missing as of Tuesday, according to News Channel 5. Ranch worker of country singer Loretta Lynn was also found dead, as he desperately clung to a wooden beam before being swept away to his death in the flash floods. Two seven-month old twins, Ryan and Rieligh Rigney, were...
    A Pro Football Focus stat proves how Quenton Nelson has been an incredibly effective offensive lineman for the Colts over his first three years in the league. It’s been three years since the Colts used the sixth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to select Quenton Nelson out of Notre Dame. What a pick it was. The move would either raise Nelson’s legend to new heights. Or soil his perfect start. The Colts also need to focus on keeping him around. Nelson is entering the fourth year of his four-year rookie contract. Needless to say, he’s going to have plenty of bargaining power when it comes to figuring out a new deal. Next: 5 Teams That Should Trade For JJ Watt
    Arizona Sheriff Mark Dannels said Monday that President Joe Biden’s plan to end construction of a southern border wall is “political theater” that will compound security concerns along the southwest border. “This political theater playing that’s being played out is scary to all of us on the southwest border … Every American should be standing up on this,” Dannels told “Fox & Friends,” referring to an executive order repealing the declaration of a crisis on the southern border and effectively stopping construction of the border wall ordered by former President Donald Trump. “This executive order, it’s troublesome, it’s hasty. We’ve  worked so well over the years and why we need a secure border is just common sense,” Dannels continued, saying that 800 cameras are now deployed along the southwest border. (RELATED: ‘Dead On Arrival’: Sen. Tom Cotton Says Biden Immigration Bill Too ‘Far To The Left,’ Won’t Become Law) “This was a positive protection for our county, for America … It’s working. And to halt that is hasty and, again …  political theater being played out on the backs of...
    Lucille Balls Daughter Lucie Arnaz Claps Back at Critics of Nicole Kidman Biopic Casting Wealthy residents got disproportionate share of vaccines in this Texas county This point-of-view video of Francis Ngannou hitting pads is as scary as youd think © Provided by MMAJunkie There’s no denying Francis Ngannou is one of the scariest human beings on the planet (and also one of the nicest), especially if he’s standing across from you with boxing gloves on. The UFC heavyweight has built a frightening reputation through his devastating knockouts he’s delivered time and time again. Although only few people will ever get the experience of standing across from Ngannou (15-3 MMA, 10-2 UFC) in the cage, we can at least get a glimpse thanks to his coach at Xtreme Couture, Eric Nicksick. Nicksick captured a video training Ngannou and hitting pads in the cage from a point-of-view angle – and it’s pretty wild. Check this out (via Instagram): Gallery: On The Doorstep: 5 fighters who could make UFC or Bellator with January wins (SMG)
    MSNBC host Rachel Maddow make an emotional — and, at times, technically hapless — return to hosting her primetime show, revealing that her partner nearly died from Covid-19 while admonishing her audience to take the virus seriously: “This thing is scary as hell.” Maddow got a warm welcome from her 8:00 p.m. lead-in host, Chris Hayes, before she launched into somewhat raw and rambling recap of the past two weeks when she has been absent due to self-imposed quarantine. “I’m not actually in the anchor chair. I’m just kind of floating here in space in my office, but it’s close enough,” she said. “I’m happy to tell you that I’m actually physically fine. It’s just that I’m not that pretty, and as Richard Nixon learned the hard way in his first debate against JFK, makeup actually is a good idea, even a necessary idea when you are going to be in front of a TV camera. The problem is I don’t know how to put on makeup. I don’t use it in my regular life. I don’t know how to do it professionally,...
    Rush Limbaugh on Monday issued a passionate plea to Americans to re-elect President Donald Trump on Nov. 3. The longtime conservative commentator announced last week that his Stage 4 lung cancer is terminal. What are the details?In a video filmed in the 69-year-old's home library, Limbaugh reaffirmed his support for Trump just moments before Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation. “Hey, folks, sitting here in the library getting ready to watch the confirmation vote — Amy Coney Barrett, Supreme Court — and it just reminds me: Folks, we don't have a choice in this election," Limbaugh began. “It's got to be Donald Trump." Limbaugh pointed out that the 2020 presidential election is especially important because the Democratic Party simply isn't what it used to be. “We're not going to have the kind of country everybody thinks we're going to have," he predicted. "This is not the old 'Republicans versus Democrats,' where we all have the same objectives, just different philosophies on how to get there. They do not have those objectives any more. Their purpose is to erase the Constitution,...
    These 2 Moves in Your 20s Could Make You a Millionaire in Your 60s Talus Expedition Gear: An RV in a Box Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Scary Symptom Is Affecting the Most Vulnerable COVID Patients As if the novel coronavirus wasn't frightening enough, some seniors are facing a particularly troubling symptom of COVID-19: delirium. In addition to the virus's more apparent threats to a person's health (respiratory failure and lung damage chief among them), delirium complicates an already confounding and terrifying disease. A September study from King's College London found that delirium—an acute state of confusion brought on by illness or intoxication—is a key COVID symptom among the frail and elderly. Patients exhibited incoherent thought or speech, confusion or memory loss, as well as restlessness, making it that much harder for doctors to reach a diagnosis by hindering the patient's ability to communicate their symptoms. On top of this, CNN...
    The 2020-21 school report so far: No one knows what is going on We Press On Because Theres No Other Way: Running a Restaurant in Mexico City Under COVID-19 Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/32 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the Best Horror Film of 2020, According to Critics Let's face it: 2020 has been pretty frightening. But while many of us have steered clear of movie theaters due to the real-life horrors...
    President Donald J. Trump gives a thumbs-up as he disembarks Air Force One at Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Fla. Friday, July 31, 2020, where he was greeted by state and local officials.Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian There are four plausible interpretations of Donald Trump’s suggestion that we delay the November election over the supposed threat of mail-in voting fraud. He’s an idiot who impulsively farts out whatever thought enters his brain.  He was trolling. He was trying to distract from the abysmal economic data that had just been released.  He wants to delegitimize an election he’s likely to lose.  These are nonexclusive, of course, and each probably has some degree of merit. But the last is by far the most important, and the most dangerous. Trump is hardly a Machiavellian tactician, but if the stars align just right, such a pernicious effort could not just cause a Bush-Gore redux but create a constitutional crisis unlike anything the country has seen since 1876.  Indeed, Trump’s attacks on the election’s integrity, combined with the moral rot that...
    Jacob deGrom, New York Mets. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) Jacob deGrom, the National League’s best pitcher, is only getting better.Good luck trying to hit anything thrown by New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom these days. While the Mets have largely struggled out of the gate, deGrom has been a shining beacon of hope for a National League East franchise down on its luck. The bullpen is leaking about every other night. “The Polar Bear” Pete Alonso is ice cold at the plate. And Yoenis Cespedes ghosted the Mets on Sunday afternoon. All the while, deGrom remains the best pitcher in the NL. In three starts for the Mets this year, deGrom is 1-0 with a 2.12 ERA in 17.0 innings pitched with 22 strikeouts. While wins might be a premium for him this season, this one stat gives us reason to believe he’ll be even better on the mound for The Amazin’s. deGrom not only has the fastest fastball in baseball at a 99 MPH average, but his slider is averaging out at 93.8 MPH.Prayers and luck are the...
    COVID-19 : In a promotional spot like in a movie, the music is absolutely essential. Change the melody and suddenly the message is not the same at all. Demonstration with this video supposed to promote the reopening of Disney World in Florida. A smart kid had fun changing the music, and really, that changes everything. Closed since March due to coronavirus, Disney World has announced its reopening in a reassuring spot. In the images, we can see a whole bunch of health protection measures and barrier gestures. Only here, if you replace the original music of this commercial by that of the film Shining then, suddenly, what was meant to be reassuring becomes frankly scary. Nelson Carvajal gave it a try and it’s pretty scary. Look : Disney World reopened on July 11 with draconian security measures. But this reopening does not seem to everyone’s taste. It must be said that, these days, the spread of the coronavirus is breaking records in the United States. Even Abigail Disney, heiress of Walt Disney, protested against this hasty decision.
     Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon and Trevor Noah roasted President Donald Trump for recently spreading coronavirus conspiracy theories on Twitter and for trusting misinformation pushed by the very questionable Dr. Stella Immanuel, or as Noah called her, “Dr. Demon Sperm.” The president and his son Don Jr. Trump both shared a video of Immanuel, during which she makes false claims about the coronavirus and pushes the idea that masks do not work. As reported by The Daily Beast, Immanuel is also known for her belief that certain ailments are caused by demon sperm– explaining Noah’s nickname. Don Jr.’s praise of Immanuel led to a 12-hour suspension, as he was accused of pushing misinformation. Despite the penalty, Immanuel’s video, which both he and the president retweeted, gained millions of views.  “In 14 tweets, Trump undermined Dr. Fauci, dismissed face masks, and boasted about hydroxychloroquine working again. What is he doing? Even Flat Earthers think this guy is out of his mind,” Fallon joked. “Even after the F.D.A. said this drug doesn’t help, Trump won’t give up. He’s like your friend who never stops trying...
    The language was the usual frothing mixture of aggression, bluster and insult that has become familiar from the North Korean regime.  The words were delivered in an official statement after the pariah state’s first missile launches of the year were met with fury from its southern neighbour. ‘A burnt child dreads the fire,’ began the statement bizarrely, before going on to complain that ‘such incoherent assertion and action’ by ‘a frightened dog’ would ‘only magnify our distrust, hatred and scorn’. Kim Yo-jong RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mike Pompeo mocked Donald Trump behind his back by slipping... North Korea accuses South Korea of behaving like a 'mongrel... North Korea blows up its liaison office with the South after... Kim Jong Un's sister threatens military action against South... Share this article Share The secretive Pyongyang regime frequently resorts to such undiplomatic verbal barrages. Yet this attack on what it called South Korea’s ‘imbecile way of thinking’ came from the First Vice-Department Director of the Workers’ Party of Korea Central Committee.  She is better known as Kim...
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