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    A mother has made a miraculous escape over her fallen chimney after a huge gas explosion levelled her home. Tamara McLean couldn't smell the propane leak in her house because she had Covid. She was on the last day of her quarantine. The Maine mom and special needs teacher, 45, said she could hear her hair sizzling and felt her face and body were burnt to a crisp. McLean accidentally set off the leak while loading clothes into a dryer. Tamara, 45, is pictured during her recovery with a giant teddy at Portland Medical Center, ME Ms McLean returned to her Embden, Maine home only to find that it was entirely destroyed Little did she know, a leak was filling the house with propane. Moments after she hit the dryer button, her home exploded.  Happier times: tattooed mom Tamara is pictured before the terrible home gas blast Tamara said: 'I had Covid so I could not smell, could not taste, and it was my last day of quarantine so I was heading out with my friends. 'I hit the dryer button...
    A BAFFLING video on TikTok has viewers hearing a sound that isn't really there. Even with the volume turned off, viewers say they can hear – and feel – something that isn't actually happening. 2A baffling video on TikTok has viewers hearing a sound that isn't really thereCredit: TikTok 2When the tower in the background jumps and lands, viewers can hear a thumpCredit: TikTok Florida influencer Lexi Natoli shared the optical illusion clip on TikTok in January, calling it "mindblowing." "This illusion will make you hear things that aren't actually there," she said. The footage behind her shows a set of power lines, with four visible transmission towers. The footage has been animated so it appears that two of the transmission towers are swinging the lines like jump ropes. See more optical illusionsINK ABOUT IT Inkblot illusion reveals weaknesses – are you a procrastinator or sensitive?FACE THE TRUTH If you can spot 8 animals hidden in optical illusion you're super brainy One of the towers in the middle appears to be hopping over the jump ropes. Notably, every time it lands,...
    They were the iconic couple of the period: a potent combination of beauty and cool, all dangerous cheekbones and grand passions, with a shared love of poetry, narcotics and booze. During the course of their four-year romance, Johnny Depp presented Kate Moss with a diamond necklace — nestled between his buttocks, for a joke — and apparently poured her a bath of 36 bottles of champagne. When they met, he was 31, she was 20. He introduced the young Croydon model to art galleries, the joy of owning first-edition books and his bohemian heroes, whom she adopted as her own. Inspired by her lover, Kate developed a love of vintage looks straight out of the Keith Richards/Anita Pallenberg playbook, which helped to form her own style. Johnny Depp's ex-girlfriend Kate Moss (pictured together in the 1990s) is gearing up to take the stand in his trial against Amber Heard on Wednesday During Heard's testimony, the actress alleged that Depp once shoved Moss down a flight of stairs - however, sources close to the actor said Depp actually 'tended' to Moss...
    Erika Jayne is accused of making an even greater threat than the one the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fans heard during the show, so says Sutton Stracke. The reality star, 50, spoke with Page Six and alleged that Jayne, 50, murmured something underneath her breath and Stracke didn’t take it too lightly. "She did say something kind of underneath her breath to me that was a threat that I took very seriously," the entrepreneur said. "I said I would never repeat it, and Andy [Cohen] got it out of me. I don’t know where it’s going to be in the reunion, but I think we might get to hear it." Both Georgia natives, Stracke and Jayne have had their fair share of skirmishes and Stracke has even gone as far as questioning the validity of Jayne’s claims that she has no idea about the alleged ill-doings of her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, 82, who is claimed to have embezzled millions as a class-action attorney. 'RHOBH' REUNION: ERIKA JAYNE ADDRESSES CALLS FOR HER TO BE ‘FIRED’ AND SAYS LAWYERS ADVISED...
    Wednesday on FNC’s “Hannity,” nationally syndicated radio host Mark Levin, author of “American Marxism,” ripped the Biden administration for its handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal. Levin called out U.S. Army Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and said the withdrawal was a “humiliation” for the country. Transcript as follows: LEVIN: First, I want to talk to General Milley. General Milley, I have this hanging on my office hall. You know who this is? This is George S. Patton. You are no George S. Patton, General Milley. How many Anne Franks are there tonight in Afghanistan? How many Anne Franks are hiding in cellars all across that country today? I want to talk about the people left behind, not the 124,000 who’ve been evacuated to safety. I want to talk about the millions who now have had genocide unleashed upon them and before Joe Biden became president the United States were living mostly in peace and mostly in safety in what was a neutralized Afghanistan with a minimal American military footprint. I want...
    Donald Trump isn’t the only one in his posse to threaten reporters and walk out during “tough” interviews. Trump ally, attorney, and election fraud conspiracy theorist Sidney Powell walked out of an interview with reporter Sarah Ferguson of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation when the questions just got too hard. Ferguson asked Powell about her false claims over the 2020 presidential election and Powell struggled to respond, insisting that her line of questioning was "wholly inappropriate in the litigation we are in." What set Powell off was being challenged about the voting machines used during the election. Ferguson seemed to know more than her about their origin and use. Yet, Powell insisted she had “great concerns” and “knew something very wrong had happened. It was obvious to me from the mathematical and statistical impossibilities that occurred the night of our election.” “It was essentially a bloodless coup where they took over the presidency of the United States without a single shot being fired,” Powell explained. When Ferguson questioned Powell’s theories, Powell, unable to answer, threatened to end the interview. She even questioned if Ferguson worked for the voting...
    Alicia Keys is one of the very talented singer-songwriters who had made people groove to her beats since the beginning of her career. The talented singer began composing songs by age 12 and was signed by a renowned label when she was just 15. She released her debut album, Songs in A Minor, in 2001 and became a household name in no time. The audience fell in love with her album and she sold over 16 million copies worldwide. Her song Fallin even made it to the Billboard Hot 100 becoming her first song to make it to the list. Grammys 2020: Host Alicia Keys and Boyz II Men Pay Tribute to Late Kobe Bryant With a Rendition of It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday. Her songs like You Don’t Know My Name, If I Ain’t Got You, and Diary, My Boo, No One, Another Way to Die are some of the classic songs that her fans still love to hear. Apart from singing, Alicia also tried her hands in acting and was a part of many television shows, reality shows and films. During...
    A former medical advisor to the Bush White House, Dr. Jonathan Reiner, offered up a scathing, point-by-point takedown of Dr. Scott Atlas’ brief tenure as Trump White House Covid advisor. Speaking with CNN’s Don Lemon on Monday night, Reiner used the news that Atlas, who was a radiologist with no training in epidemiology, had stepped down from his role. Reiner then went on to review the many “reckless” policies Atlas had advocated after he jumped from appearing on Fox News three months ago to working for President Donald Trump in the White House. “How much time was wasted here. How many needless deaths were there because of this kind of junk science?” Lemon pointedly asked of Reiner. “I think it’s incalculable,” Reiner replied. “[Atlas] understood something that really resonated with the president. He understood that it’s easy to convince somebody that you’re right when you tell them exactly what they want to hear. That’s what he did with the president. He told the president exactly what he wanted to hear.” Reiner then went to call out Atlas’ across a range of actions, including...
    Both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are holding multiple campaign events on Saturday. At Trump’s rally in Lumberton, North Carolina, he ranted about the media’s focus on the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Trump segued from discussing the “military-industrial complex” being unhappy with him bringing troops home from abroad to the issue of the coronavirus and vaccine. After Trump said that Democrats would deliberately delay a vaccine, he said that Democrats have “prolonged the pandemic.” “They prolonged the pandemic,” he said, and turned to the saturation of Covid news. “That’s all I hear about now, it’s all I hear.” “Turn on television, right. Covid, Covid. Covid, Covid, Covid. Covid,” he said. “A plane goes down, 500 people dead, they don’t talk about it. Covid Covid Covid Covid.” “By the way on November fourth you won’t hear about it anymore,” he said as the crowd cheered. “Covid!” he then said in a mock shout. “Covid! Please don’t go and vote Covid. Please do not under any circular, you cannot go out and vote.” Trump said that people are...
    Anthony Anderson and Jimmy Kimmel chanted Black lives matter during the Emmy Awards on Sunday — Anderson even encouraging Kimmel to say it louder, “so that Mike Pence can hear!” Anderson began by telling the viewers that the Emmy Awards has a record number of Black nominees this year — adding that the show was going to be Wakanda and the NBA All Star Weekend “all wrapped in one” before the pandemic forced everyone to stay home. Anderson added that although everyone is quarantining, he’s “still rooting for everybody Black.” “Because Black stories, Black performances, and Black lives matter,” Anderson added. Kimmel and Anderson then began to chant “Black lives matter,” getting louder and louder “so that Mike Pence can hear!” The duo did not share the only message of inclusivity of the night, as Schitt’s Creek creator Dan Levy and Mark Ruffalo, star of I Know This Much Is True, both urged viewers to vote. “We have a big, important moment ahead of us. Are we going to be a country of division and hatred, a country only for a certain kind of people,...
    Rapper-turned-actor-turned-producer Ice Cube is not feeling the love after four days of the Democratic National Convention (DNC), in which politician after politician delivered one sanctimonious speech after the other. In Ice Cube’s mind, the whole parade was one big showboat with little substance and nothing for the black community. In a video posted to Twitter, Ice Cube lamented that the DNC offered nothing to the American black community beyond the same old talking-points. “Over the last four days, the Democratic national party held a convention. A lot of people getting up there and talking and everybody really eating it up. Throwing their hands in the air like they just don’t care,” he began. “What I didn’t hear is, what’s in it for us? What’s in it for the black community besides the same old thing we’ve been getting from these parties? What’s in it for us for real?” he continued. “I didn’t hear anybody mention a contract with black America. And I don’t know why because it’s one of the most comprehensive reform documents that’s come out in a long...
    Dan Froomkin August 22, 2020 11:00AM (UTC) This article was co-produced with Press Watch, a new website that monitors and critiques American political coverage. Please consider supporting Press Watch by making a donation. The webcam-scaled Democratic National Convention showed us something that, it now becomes very clear, has been sadly missing from the wall of noise that is modern American political coverage: ordinary Americans, miserable and desperate for change. Half a century ago, television coverage from the front lines in Vietnam turned the American people against the war because it brought the horrors of combat directly into their living rooms. This convention — completely unexpectedly — brought other people's living rooms into our living rooms. : As a result, I suspect that many ordinary Americans are suddenly, viscerally aware that they are not alone in their misery and frustration; that they are not the only ones wholly disgusted by the government's failure to control the pandemic; that they are not alone in experiencing Trump and Trumpism as aberrational, un-American and unacceptable. They wouldn't necessarily feel that way from reading the...
    White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Monday morning told Fox News that the reason why President Donald Trump tweeted a video featuring one of his supporters chanting “white power” is that he was trying to voice support for his “demonized” supporters. The president sparked intense backlash on Sunday morning when he shared a clip of residents of Central Florida senior community The Villages confronting protesters. At the beginning of the clip, one of the residents repeatedly shouts out the racist catchphrase, prompting Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) to publicly call for Trump to take down the tweet. Roughly an hour after Scott made his remarks on CNN’s State of the Union, the tweet was deleted. White House spokesperson Judd Deere attempted to clean up the mess by claiming Trump “did not hear the one statement made on the video,” adding that the president “is a big fan of The Villages” and only saw the “tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters.” During her appearance on the president’s favorite morning show Fox & Friends, McEnany was asked by co-host Ainsley Earhardt to...
    On Sunday, President Trump posted a video on Twitter that included footage of dueling protests in Florida’s retirement community The Villages. “Thank you to the great people of The Villages” Trump wrote in the post. “The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!!” Then he deleted it. In the video, there were senior citizens shouting profanity at each other, followed by one man in a golf cart shouting, “White power! White power!” “The golf-cart motorcade was met by anti-Trump seniors standing alongside the same road, who held counter-protester signs that read ‘Trump bigot and racist’ and ‘Donald Trump white trash’ and shouted profanities toward the supporters,” Politico reported. “One among the senior crowd called a supporter a ‘Nazi racist pig.’” The White House said he hadn’t heard the racist chant when he posted the video. “President Trump is a big fan of The Villages. He did not hear the one statement made on the video,” White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere said in a statement. “What he did see...
    Former White House national security adviser John Bolton torpedoed President Donald Trump’s claim that he was proactive in his efforts to stop the coronavirus before it became an American health crisis. Bolton joined Fox News’ Dana Perino on Thursday for an interview that gravitated around the deeply unflattering revelations he shared about Trump in his new memoir: The Room Where It Happened. As part of the conversation, Perino had Bolton react to a New York Times poll indicating more voters think Trump can do better than Joe Biden at dealing with China. “I am not sure either one of them would do a very good job,” Bolton answered. “If the president is re-elected, freed from the pressure of the re-election campaign, I think the harsh rhetoric against China — some of the things he’s done in recent months — could disappear again and he would be right back there with his buddy Xi Jinping.” Bolton was referring to his book’s claim that Trump’s the prime directive on diplomacy with China was to improve his own re-election chances. As such,...
    Former Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu warned that President Donald Trump’s use of the racist term “kung flu” will lead to increased bullying and harassment of Asian Americans. Lu joined MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Thursday to address reports that the government sent out over a million coronavirus pandemic stimulus checks to dead people. In time, the conversation moved to Trump’s repeated referral to the coronavirus as the “kung flu,” a slur which members of his own administration have condemned as offensive. “What was so chilling about the remarks he did in Phoenix was this was to a group of young people. He seemed to be deliberately trying to rile them up,” said Lu. “When you heard those young people cheering him, saying ‘kung flu,’ I thought about all of the Asian American kids who are going to hear that taunt from every schoolyard bully that they meet.” Lu went on by drawing a parallel with how Trump’s rhetoric against Hispanics and others has been used to bully children in schools across the country. “When he utters those...
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