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    Here's an idea: Burn your Trump hats and say antifa did it. NOTE: REMEMBER TO TAKE THEM OFF BEFORE BURNING THEM. In September 2020, a Minneapolis Trump supporter's home was savagely attacked by antifa. Or possibly by BLM supporters. Or by Biden-supporting anarchists? In any event, somebody painted "Biden 2020 BLM (A)" on Denis Molla's garage doors and set fire to his camper. That fire spread significantly, damaging other vehicles and his home. Federal investigators have found the culprit and, surprise, they say it was Molla himself. CBS Minneapolis reports that Molla now faces two counts of wire fraud for setting the fire, then filing insurance claims for $300,000 in damages. He was graciously hosted in a Minneapolis courtroom last Tuesday for the beginning of his federal trial, and it’s very unlikely he’ll be scoring a Trump pardon like Trump’s more (ahem) significant allies did, because Trump no longer has the power to do that. Campaign Action There are many lessons we can learn here, and even more lessons than that if we want to be jerks about it, which we...
    An unoccupied car belonging to Democratic 'defund the police' advocate Rep. Cori Bush was struck by gunfire in St. Louis early Saturday, marking the second time her vehicle has been hit in two years. The Missouri congresswoman confirmed the news Thursday on Twitter, saying: 'I'm touched by everyone who has reached out. Thankfully no one was harmed. But any act of gun violence shakes your soul.' Bush, 45, said in a statement: 'Like far too many of us in St. Louis, experiencing gun violence is all too familiar.' She tweeted: 'That's why our movement is working to invest in our communities, eradicate the root causes of gun violence, and keep everyone safe.'  It was the second time Bush's car has been caught in a hail of gunfire. She shared a similar experience on June 20, 2020, when posting a photo of her bullet-stricken Hyundai on Twitter.   'My car took the bullets,' she tweeted at the time. 'A bullet went through my door handle on one side of the car, another went through my tire on the other side. I’m committed to...
    Congresswoman Debbie Dingell shared an expletive-laden death threat she got via voicemail recently, two years after Donald Trump slammed her for voting to impeach him and suggested that her late husband was 'looking up' at her from hell. Dingell, who represents Michigan's 12th Congressional District, shared the voicemail Sunday morning in an episode of CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash. 'You godd*** old senile b****. You’re as old and ugly as Biden. You ought to get the f**** off the planet. You f****** foul b****…. They ought to f****** try you for treason, b****,' an unidentified man seethes. 'You and every one of your scumbag f****** friends… I hope your family dies in front of you. I pray to God, if you’ve got any children, they die in your face.’  In December 2019, Trump slammed Dingell for voting to impeach him after he says she thanked him for honoring her husband when he died in February of that year. Rep. Debbie Dingell of Michigan shared a death threat she got via voicemail on Sunday The unknown caller said:...
    NEWCASTLE United fans are the smelliest in the Premier League, a survey of long- suffering partners revealed. They shower less than rival teams’ supporters — and pong more after going to games. 2The Toon Army are the smelliest fans in the Premier League according to a survey 2Brighton fans are the cleanest, according to the survey Sixty-seven per cent of Toon fans stink of booze and body odour when they get home, their other halves said. A fifth — 19 per cent — shower less than three times a week. Overall, one in three Premier League fans — 34 per cent — return home after a match smelling of booze and sweat. Researchers found one in ten supporters have rowed with a partner over their post-match pong. West Ham supporters are the second smelliest — with 61 per cent of partners admitting they have to hold their nose after a game — and Burnley fans third (48 per cent). Brighton supporters are the nicest- smelling, with just 11 per cent of partners saying they stink. Only three...
    As the jury for the Kyle Rittenhouse trial deliberated Tuesday morning, supporters of the Illinois teen and Black Lives Matter supporters showed up outside the Kenosha courthouse to air their opposing views. As journalist Sergio Olmos pointed out in a Twitter thread, things got testy at times. At one point, protesters erupted into opposing chants. One man could be seen walking around with a bullhorn heckling the BLM contingent.Demonstrators supporting Kyle Rittenhouse are also at the courthouse, this man is walking around on a bullhorn heckling the BLM demonstratorspic.twitter.com/Ssyvkbz2GJ — Sergio Olmos (@Sergio Olmos)1637082811 As the two groups grew more confrontational, another White man with a bullhorn, who was wearing a hat featuring former President Donald Trump as the "Punisher," got into a shoving match with a Black protester, telling him to "move your Black ass back." Watch video below: From Your Site Articles
    A new article is putting a spotlight on several supporters of former President Donald Trump, most of whom admit no remorse for threatening political figures and election officials in the aftermath of 2020. Reuters’ investigative team tracked down nine people known to have harassed dozens of public officials in several states. While many of their names are on-record and their communications are highly suggestive of physical threats, state and federal law enforcement have declined to investigate and take any action against them for a variety of reasons. “All nine harassers interviewed by Reuters said they believed they did nothing wrong,” the article says. “Just two expressed regret when told their messages had frightened officials or caused security scares. The seven others were unrepentant, with some saying the election workers deserved the menacing messages.” Here are a few examples of the conversations Reuters had with these harassers who refused to offer any contrition. Reuters also included audio from several of the most explicit threats. Anonymous Only one of the nine people Reuters investigated refused to give their name. Reuters’ team...
    A diner owner in Florida is turning away Biden supporters telling them to 'take your business elsewhere'  if they support the administration which is 'complicit in the deaths of servicemen and women'. Angie Ugarte posted the sign in the window of the DeBary Diner in DeBary, Volusia County, telling customers to turn around if they back President Joe Biden and his administration.  The owner put the sign up after Thursday's attack by ISIS-K at Kabul airport that killed 13 US troops and nearly 200 civilians in Afghanistan. She posted the sign in the window of the diner, tells customers to turn around if they back President Joe Biden and his administration Angie Ugarte, who owns a diner in Florida, has turned away Biden supporters telling them to 'take your business elsewhere' The sign reads: 'If you voted for and continue to support and stand behind the worthless, inept and corrupt administration currently inhabiting the White House that is complicit in the death of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, please take your business elsewhere.' Ugarte, who has owned the diner...
    One of the witnesses to testify on Tuesday at the first U.S. House select committee to investigate the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol recalled supporters of then-President Donald Trump telling him, “Your mother’s a whore.” Daniel Hodges, an officer with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, said in his opening testimony that, as Trump supporters walked from the Ellipse outside the White House toward the Capitol, he “noticed a commotion about half a block to my east and saw a crowd starting to coalesce around two figures.” “I ran to where they were and found a confrontation at the intersection of tenth and Constitution Avenue northwest. One counter protester, a black man, was backpedaling away from a white man on a Trump-labeled face mask, was closely following him with an outstretched arm,” recalled Hodges, who said that he and a colleague “first arrived and physically separated the two.” As that happened, said Hodges, “a crowd of Donald Trump’s people had gathered, they attempted to bait the counter protester into attacking, shouting insults such as ‘Your...
    Former President Donald Trump talked about the covid-19 vaccines during his Arizona rally on Saturday night, recommending people take it but adding “I also believe in your freedoms.” The rise in covid cases across the country has led to some Republicans encouraging vaccines in the past week. Trump has been very vocal touting the success of Operation Warp Speed, but has been criticized for not doing more to advocate his supporters get the vaccine. As he went after President Joe Biden during the rally, Trump said, “How about the vaccine? I came up with the vaccine. They said it would take 3 to 5 years, gonna save the world.” “I recommend you take it, but I also believe in your freedoms 100 percent,” he added. Trump went on to say that the brief pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccines “set it back so badly” and even added at one point, “Because they don’t trust the president, people aren’t doing it.” In a statement last week, Trump stirred up vaccine opposition and even linked it to his false claims about the...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Supporters gathered at the Torch of Friendship in downtown Miami to rally for Colombians after more than a week of unrest in the country. The crowd sported Colombian colors and waved the country’s flags at the rally dubbed “Raise Your Voice For Colombia.” READ MORE: Florida Senate President Wilton Simpson: Fontainebleau Resort Will Not Get Casino License This Year Everyone there voiced their opposition to the current government and the president, who a week ago announced he will be raising taxes. READ MORE: 14-Year-Old Girl Injured In Miramar Triple Shooting “We are in complete outrage and opposition with the Ivan Duque administration in Colombia,” said Carlos Naranjo, a Colombian-native living in South Florida. “We are calling for him to stop the massacre. How is it that he’s raising taxes on food when hunger is rising? How is it he’s raising taxes on working people when unemployment is rising?” After protests across the country, Colombia’s President Ivan Duque canceled the tax reform. MORE NEWS: Mothers Day Flowers May Be Hard To Come By This Year Due To Global...
    'Morning Joe' co-host Joe Scarborough tore into former President Donald Trump and his 'personality cult' Tuesday morning for being 'stupid' about COVID-19.  'When did the truth stop mattering to you so much that you were willing to put other people's lives at risk?' Scarborough asked of Trump. 'You're going out of your way to kill people.'  Scarborough's rant was prompted by revelations from CNN's documentary 'COVID WAR: The Pandemic Doctors Speak Out,' which aired Sunday night.  'Morning Joe' co-host Joe Scarborough tore into former President Donald Trump and his 'personality cult' Tuesday morning for being 'stupid' about COVID-19 'You're going out of your way to kill people,' Joe Scarborough said of former President Donald Trump (pictured)  Members of Trump's coronavirus taskforce spoke to CNN's Sanjay Gupta, with Dr. Deborah Birx saying that deaths after the first 100,000 were preventable. The coronavirus death count stands at around 550,000.   She and Dr. Anthony Fauci both criticized the federal government's - mainly Trump's - messaging on COVID, as the ex-president mostly refused to wear a mask, and pushed for reopenings prematurely.  'You...
    Joe Scarborough went on an all-out tear against supporters of former President Donald Trump who’ve flouted science, embraced conspiracy theories, and are now refusing to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Scarborough ignited on Tuesday as Morning Joe spoke about whether America might’ve gotten back to normal by now were it not for anti-maskers. “The selfishness is incredible. The stupidity is incredible,” Scarborough kicked off. “These idiots are now saying, ‘I have the right to be stupid as hell. I have the right to believe stupid as hell people on Facebook. I have the right to believe in conspiracy theories and make you and your family and everyone around you in danger, put you in danger.'” Scarborough pivoted to Trump after that, who attacked his former coronavirus task force officials for opening up and sharing negative insights about his pandemic leadership. The eponymous Morning Joe host countered that by paraphrasing Dr. Deborah Birx and saying “We would have saved so many lives” were it not for Trump. “But no! You had to be stupid. You had to believe the stupid guy....
    MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough on Monday delivered a message to those still supporting former President Donald Trump, whose Senate impeachment trial is set to begin this week. The impeachment is over Trump’s role in the riot at the U.S. Capitol in January by a group of his supporters. According to Scarborough, the group that breached the Capitol on Jan. 6 are “Trump terrorists.” He pointed to conservatives who spoke out against people kneeling for the national anthem and said anyone who was critical of the kneeling but not of the “Trump terrorists” using an American flag to beat a police officer has had their American values “collapsed.” “We have Trump terrorists — and call them by their name — they are Trump terrorists. We have Trump terrorists that beat cops to death. We have cop killers in that crowd,” Scarborough emphasized. “We have MAGA terrorists in that crowd that used the American flag — the American flag that so many people have fought and died for. that they held up at Iwo Jima at the beginning of a...
    CNN host Don Lemon said Tuesday he didn’t think it was possible to redeem some supporters of former President Donald Trump and that they could “enjoy” themselves living in their “fantasy land.” Lemon was joined on his broadcast of “CNN Tonight” by former Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich and discussed with him how some Republicans and Trump supporters are “not living in reality” and that it was “impossible” to reason with them. (RELATED: Cuomo Defends Trump Voters Who Didn’t Storm Capitol In Debate With Don Lemon) “How do you reason with unreasonable people, John? I think it’s impossible,” Lemon began. “I think asking sane people to try to reason with people who are not living in reality is quite a tall order, and I’m not quite sure if it’s fair because no matter how many times you tell them the election wasn’t rigged, no matter how many courts you send it to with Republican judges, with Republican electors, they still won’t believe it.” Lemon was referring to the belief among many Trump supporters that the 2020 election was lost...
            by Rabbi Dov Fischer  It is so appropriate that Mike Lindell, founder and CEO of MyPillow — ♪ for the best night’s sleep in the whole wide world, it’s my pillow dot com ♪ — is the latest prominent person to come out yet again, even post January 6, for Donald Trump. Although I disagree vehemently with the “martial law” stuff and although Donald Trump decidedly is not my hero — my late wife Ellen of blessed memory is my hero — I still publicly count myself as a strong supporter of the entire four-year Trump presidency. His presidency was enormously powerful and successful. It was en route to Mount Rushmore until a once-in-a-century pandemic set off inevitable setbacks. None were his fault, and his “Operation Warp Speed” will have saved more lives than the Mainstream Media ever will admit. Indeed, had the COVID impact come during an Obama-quality bleak economy, the plague’s disaster’s catastrophe would have been amplified. Only a blind hater can blame President Trump for the economy he leaves behind, destroyed by the coronavirus and by oodles of bad advice he got...
    A New York court worker, 37, who called for 'public executions' of Pelosi and Schumer and told Trump supporters to 'kill your senators' has been arrested by the FBI in Queens. Brendan Hunt, using the alias X-Ray Ultra, posted on Facebook that he wanted 'actual revenge' on Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and progressive congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. 'Trump, we want actual revenge on democrats. Meaning, we want you to hold a public execution of pelosi aoc schumer etc. And if you dont do it, the citizenry will,' Hunt allegedly wrote on Facebook, according to the complaint. 'We're not voting in another rigged election. Start up the firing squads, mow down these commies, and lets take america back!' His posts appear to have since been deleted. The wannabe filmmaker, who works as an assistant court analyst for New York's Office of Court Administration, was arrested by FBI agents at his home in the Ridgewood neighborhood of Queens on Tuesday and is expected to appear in court later today.  Hunt appears to have made a complete turn-around his...
    A top Georgia elections official on Tuesday lashed out angrily at the rhetoric surrounding the election and the threats of violence that have resulted, specifically calling on President Donald Trump to rein in his supporters. Gabriel Sterling is a Republican who oversaw the implementation of the state's new voting system. During a routine news conference at the state Capitol to provide an update on the recount of the presidential race requested by Trump, Sterling admonished the president.  Sterling also blasted Georgia's two U.S. senators, who are both locked in tight runoff races against Democrats and have called on GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign over claims that he mishandled the election.  'Mr. President, you have not condemned these actions or this language. Senators, you have not condemned this language or these actions,' Sterling said, visibly angry. 'This has to stop. We need you to step up, and if you're going to take a position of leadership, show some.' Scroll down for video  Gabriel Sterling is a Republican who oversaw the implementation of the state's new voting system....
    CNN’s Jake Tapper was slammed for saying supporters of President Trump should worry “how any future employers might see your character defined during adversity.” “I truly sympathize with those dealing with losing — it’s not easy — but at a certain point one has to think not only about what’s best for the nation (peaceful transfer of power) but how any future employers might see your character defined during adversity,” Tapper tweeted Monday. “I mean, I don’t expect the ride-or-die crew to listen to me, but,” he added. “‘So, it says here on your resume that you drove a sex offender to testify at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, north of the Tacony-Palmyra bridge.’” 2/ I mean, I don’t expect the ride-or-die crew to listen to me, but ...“So, it says here on your resume that you drove a sex offender to testify at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, north of the Tacony-Palmyra bridge...”— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 9, 2020 The tweets set off a storm of pundits and others slamming the CNN anchor, with some pointing to CNN reporting on...
    (CNN)As we wake up to a presidential winner and a current President vowing to fight the results, there is one thing we can all agree on -- it has been a long, hard-fought path to the White House. We're weary, perhaps even bruised and battered, maybe concerned about what the next few weeks will bring to a nation that is bitterly divided. Before you decide what to do next, pause for a moment. Know that tired brains don't work well. When you're sleep deprived, your metabolism slows down, sending less blood flow to such frontal-lobe executive functions as creativity, compassion, emotional regulation, the ability to handle conflicting perspectives and rational judgment.It's time for a time-out -- a respite -- a breather -- and some self-care for ourselves and our communities. Here are six science-backed ways to give ourselves a break.1. BreatheRead MoreNo matter who you voted for, take time to center and calm yourself with some deep, slow breaths. Deep breathing realigns the stressed-out part of our bodies, called the sympathetic system, with the parasympathetic, or "rest-and-restore" system, explained stress...
    President Donald Trump has slammed Antifa protesters as 'criminal anarchists' after they were filmed burning an American flag and shouting 'Death to your f***ing empire!' during an anti-capitalism protest.   The president tweeted a video showing the protesters burn the flag in the streets of suburban Vancouver, near Portland, in Washington on Halloween night to denounce capitalism. 'These are Criminal Anarchists and must be brought to Justice! Biden fears them,' he tweeted while tagging the FBI. Trump has frequently denounced the militant left-wing anarchist group which believes in using street-level force to prevent what they see as the rise of fascist movements.   President Donald Trump has slammed Antifa protesters who burned an American flag in the streets of Washington and shouted 'Death to your f***ing empire!' as 'criminal anarchists', demanding they face justice Trump shared the tweet before his rally at Michigan Sports Stars Park Sunday afternoon A view of black-clad Antifa protesters burning an American flag during a protest in Vancouver, Washington on Saturday night A view of Antifa protesters holding up a Black Lives Matter flag...
    CNN’s Jake Tapper pressed White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow over President Donald Trump’s continuation of large events just after his bout with the coronavirus. Kudlow joined Tapper on Sunday for State of the Union, and after an extensive conversation about the national economy and stimulus negotiations, the CNN anchor turned the conversation toward Trump’s tightly-packed rally at the White House over the weekend. This comes shortly after the White House was the site of a super-spreader event that resulted in the president, his allies, and numerous top Republicans getting infected by the coronavirus. Since Trump is about to resume rallies around the country, he asked Kudlow “how is this not a risk to the health, if not, the lives, of your own supporters?” Kudlow answered by saying “the operations people signed off on” Trump’s White House event, then he referred to Dr. Sean Conley’s assessment that Trump is no longer contagious for Covid-19. “I have not seen the president in the last few days. I have spoken to him on the phone,” Kudlow said. “A lot of...
    Leftists gathered outside of Walter Reed hospital over the weekend, one of whom chanted “Nazi” and “leader’s going to die” while indicating that she was happy President Trump contracted the Chinese coronavirus. She also affirmed that she was celebrating the president’s death despite the fact that he is recovering from the virus. Progressives gathered outside of Walter Reed hospital over the weekend to counter the wave of Trump supporters who rallied outside of the facility to show their support and love for the president. Video captured by Breitbart News shows a woman accusing a Trump supporter of assaulting her and her brother while holding a sign reading, “Ra-Rona sure is a bitch huh Trump.” She called the man a Nazi repeatedly. “She has a swastika up in her hand, and she’s calling me the Nazi,” a Trump supporter remarked, as others reminded the leftists of Joe Biden’s (D) past working with segregationists and spouting off a few of the former vice president’s infamous quotes — from “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids” to...
    IT IS becoming increasingly difficult to see what the delay in bringing back spectators to football is all about — except optics. At a time when the Government is promoting the “Rule of Six” and the country is subject to various local lockdowns, people will be scratching their heads, asking: “How can I not be allowed to meet with more than five other people I know but can go to a football match with thousands of people I don’t know?” 3Karren Brady believes a Premier League football stadium is one of the safest places you can be I can see what a difficult and conflicting message that might send out, which the Government might like to avoid. Except that a Premier League football stadium is the safest place you can be. Safer than your own living room. Our highly supervised environment means supporters are safer in there than if they were mixing informally in their own homes. Yes, of course there are sound reasons why numbers have to be phased in, like the access to public transport (despite the fact...
    (Scott Olson/Getty Images) President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign sent out an alarming text message to supporters on Saturday, warning that if former vice president Joe Biden is elected in November, “Antifa” will attack their homes. “ANTIFA ALERT,” the text starts out with adding, “They’ll attack your homes if Joe’s elected. Pres. Trump needs you to become a Diamond club member. Your name is MISSING. Donate.” Tonight in Trump campaign texts pic.twitter.com/D1WuOtWaG8 — Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) September 12, 2020 The Trump campaign struggled in August compared to Biden’s fundraising, with the Democratic nominee raking $154 million more than the White House incumbent, according to CNN. Biden brought in a total of $364.5 million, easily beating the RNC’s $210 million during the same month. “Both campaigns are raising massive amounts of money, but have very different priorities about how to spend it,” Trump’s new campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement. “In addition to advertising, President Trump’s campaign has invested heavily in a muscular field operation and ground game that will turn out our voters while the Biden campaign is...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpSenate panel seeks documents in probe of DHS whistleblower complaint Susan Collins: Trump 'should have been straightforward' on COVID-19 Longtime House parliamentarian to step down MORE on Saturday urged voters to show up at polling sites in North Carolina this election cycle and to ensure that their mail-in votes are counted. “NORTH CAROLINA: To make sure your Ballot COUNTS, sign & send it in EARLY. When Polls open, go to your Polling Place to see if it was COUNTED. IF NOT, VOTE!" Trump tweeted. "Your signed Ballot will not count because your vote has been posted. Don’t let them illegally take your vote away from you!” he added. NORTH CAROLINA: To make sure your Ballot COUNTS, sign & send it in EARLY. When Polls open, go to your Polling Place to see if it was COUNTED. IF NOT, VOTE! Your signed Ballot will not count because your vote has been posted. Don’t let them illegally take your vote away from you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 12, 2020 Trump's remarks appeared more straightforward than his past comments, in which he...
    President Donald Trump criticized CNN on Monday after a reporter asked him to condemn his supporters who were in Portland on Saturday night. During a White House press conference with the president, CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins asked Trump to condemn a group of his supporters who traveled to Portland for a counter-protest on Saturday night. Some of Trump’s supporters were reportedly firing paintball guns at protesters from their pickup trucks as leftists threw objects and debris at them. Aaron J. Danielson of Portland, identified as a Trump supporter, was shot dead during the clash between the different groups. “That was a peaceful protest,” Trump said. “Paint is a defensive mechanism, paint is not bullets.” “It’s a paintball gun, it’s a bullet,” Collins replied. “Your supporters — they are your supporters indeed — shot a young gentleman and killed him,” Trump continued. “Not with paint but with a bullet. I think it is disgraceful.”
    President Donald Trump defended his supporters who traveled to Portland this past weekend when confronted by CNN’s Kaitlan Collins at Monday’s White House briefing. Violent clashes broke out in Portland and resulted in the fatal shooting of one man, identified as a supporter of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer. Collins said to the president that while he is condemning left-wing political violence, “you did not mention that your supporters were also in Portland this weekend firing paintball guns at people, some sort of pepper spray.” Collins asked Trump if he would “condemn what some of your supporters did.” “I understand they had large numbers of people that were supporters,” he said, “but that was a peaceful protest, and paint is a defensive mechanism. Paint is not bullets. Your supporters, your supporters, and they shot a young gentleman and killed him. Not with paint, but with a bullet.” “These people, they protested peacefully, they went in very peacefully,” Trump continued, saying they’re just disturbed by the crime they’re seeing in cities. “They say this is not our country. That was...
    Brad Reed August 10, 2020 6:06PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Raw Story First son Eric Trump encouraged supporters to vote by mail on Monday, even though President Donald Trump has continuously attacked the practice as a vehicle for purported "voter fraud." As reported by WFTV's Christopher Heath, the president's middle son told supporters to "mail in your ballot" during a campaign bus stop in Florida, where he was joined by former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. : Heath notes that Eric Trump's encouragement of mailing in ballots comes at a time when Florida Republicans have been "fretting" over the decline in the number of GOP voters who have stated their intentions to vote by mail. Trump's messaging on mail-in voting has been wildly inconsistent in recent weeks. Even though he has claimed that the entire practice is rife with potential fraud, the president carved out an exception for Florida, which happens to be run by allied Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. This still hasn't stopped the president from attacking states that have...
    WATFORD supporters are the Premier League’s biggest potty mouths, a study found. They get a red card for using foul language about their relegation-threatened team online. 2A study has found Watford supporters are the Premier League’s biggest potty mouthsCredit: AFP or licensors Nearly 525,200 tweets using the hashtags of England’s 20 top-flight football clubs were analysed by researchers. They compiled a profanity league table — which the Hornets topped. Of the 2,331 tweets sent out by Watford fans regarding their club, 199 included at least one swear word — a rate of 8.5 per cent. The Hertfordshire side — whose players include Troy Deeney, Will Hughes and Ben Foster — are famously followed by Sir Elton John and heavyweight boxing champ Anthony Joshua. Fans of Crystal Palace came second in the table on 8.2 per cent. Out of 2,784 tweets by Eagles fans, 229 contained swear words. Tottenham Hotspur, who are managed by controversial Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho, were third on 7.1 per cent. 2 They had foul language in 169 out of 2,387 fans’ tweets. By contrast the least...
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