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    A Montana woman posted images to Facebook of her killing and skinning what she thought was a wolf, but the wolf turned out to be a husky, prompting severe backlash from Facebook users. Amber Barnes, 36, who posted as "Amber Rose" on Facebook, released several images of her kill, obtained by the Daily Mail. In her first post, she stated that she went into Flathead National Forest looking for a black bear and caught a wolf pup. After receiving backlash from users, she posted a second time, claiming that what she thought was a wolf was "growling howling and coming at me like it was going to eat me." CABLE COMPANY TO PAY $1 BILLION AFTER EMPLOYEE KILLED 83-YEAR-OLD GRANDMOTHER Despite acknowledging that she made a mistake in identifying the animal, Barnes said she "would still have shot it." "So please remove all your post thinking I just shot and killed someone's pet!" she posted. "I am human did I make a mistake thinking it was a hybrid wolf pup however there are no charges...
    A WOMAN explained that her nightmare neighbour posted a picture of her cottage on Instagram and claimed that she had done all the work on the property. The disgruntled cottage-owner said that her neighbour, an anonymous minor celebrity, completely lied about owning the cottage. 1The woman was fuming that her neighbour tried to take credit for her workCredit: Getty And the picture she had posted had nothing in it that she actually owned. Taking to Mumsnet, the woman said: "My next door neighbour posted a photo on Instagram of the front garden of my cottage, including the front porch, with the caption that she had spent six months doing up this thatched cottage. "She is a minor actress and next door where she lives (it’s actually the newest of three homes that she has) is a mess since she is doing it up but… "There is not one thing in her photo that is her cottage or garden. It is all mine. Read more on neighboursTAKE OF-FENCE My neighbour sprayed my dog & threatened legal action all...
    Noah Smith was one of the two employees let go by Wallake. He has now been inundated with job offers A South Dakota marketing expert who was fired by the 'Crying CEO' has been inundated with job offers, his former boss has said. Noah Smith was let go by HyperSocial, and last week the CEO, Braden Wallake, posted a lengthy explanation on LinkedIn of how devastated he was. It later emerged HyperSocial had only eliminated two people from the company, and Wallake himself only dismissed one: Smith was given the bad news by Wallake's girlfriend, Emily Chucta, the chief operations officer. Wallake was mocked mercilessly online for the gushing post, in which he declared his love for his employees and said he had never felt so low. The post went viral, with 10,000 comments and over 52,000 reactions.  Braden Wallake posted a tearful photo to LinkedIn last Tuesday, telling of his devastation at having to get rid of employees On Monday, Wallake said that the ridicule and infamy had been worth it, because Smith had been approached by...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I haven’t felt confident enough to post a picture of myself on social media in a very long time, but I recently got my makeup done professionally for the first time, and I just had to share the pictures. This might not seem like a big deal to most, but it was major for me. I got a lot of love from friends and followers, and I was thrilled about it. The only person who didn’t acknowledge the photos at all was my own boyfriend. He didn’t compliment me or even comment under my post. I know that he saw them. Why wouldn’t he acknowledge my pictures? Ignored DEAR IGNORED: Step back a moment and ask yourself how your boyfriend generally reacts to your appearance. Does he compliment you? Does he make any comments at all about how you look? What does he say? Sit with that for a moment just so you have a clear assessment of how he usually engages you regarding your appearance. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: I’m feeling guilty about...
    A TIKTOKER claimed she was kicked off jury duty because her outfit was "inappropriate" - but she doesn't see anything wrong with her clothes. A woman from Perth, Australia, who goes by the account name Rosie Zeppelin, posted a video slamming a court's dress code as she dressed up in a racy outfit. 2Rosie claimed her outfit got her banned from jury dutyCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 2She posted a TikTok slamming the court's dress codeCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Rosie poses in the allegedly offensive ensemble that she claimed got her banned from the jury bench. She posted the video with the caption "When you get denied for jury duty for not wearing 'appropriate' clothes" followed by an emoji with rolling eyes. In the clip she is wearing a red suit blazer and trousers to match her raunchy lipstick shade. Underneath the open jacket she wears just a lacy black bra. Read more FabulousKID YOU NOT The 7 mistakes parents always make when their kids are picky eatersCOMMON QUESTIONS I thought I'd given my baby...
    Kim Kardashian's baby bar results will now be serving as an example for future students taking the exam. The reality star, 41, passed the exam on her fourth try last year - and an essay she had written for the test has now been selected as a 'model answer' for future test takers.  Kim revealed on her Instagram Stories on Saturday that the essay was chosen after it obtained the highest score.    Class act! Kim Kardashian revealed an essay she had written while taking the baby bar as selected as a 'model answer' for future test takers Kim's law tutor Sam Arlen Farkas announced the news on his Instagram Stories, where he posted a shot of what appeared to be Kim's original essay. 'So proud of @KimKardashian!!! Looks like her essay with a nearly perfect score... Got. Picked. As. A. Selected. Student. Answer!! Well done, Kim!!' he posted. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Alessandra Ambrosio showcases her washboard abs in a... Julia Fox flaunts her washboard abs in TINY crop-top paired... Jessica Alves...
    Soulja Boy's secret girlfriend says she has been left brokenhearted by his baby news and only discovered he was having a child when he posted a gender reveal video on Instagram. Aliyah Hayes, 29, told DailyMail.com that she has been in an on/off relationship with the rapper, 31, for more than a decade and said they recently discussed marriage and children. But her world was shattered last month when the star announced his baby news on social media, without telling her first. She says the bombshell video left her physically sick and says she had no idea that there was anything between Soulja Boy – real name DeAndre Cortez Way - and the mother of his child, an LA-based hairstylist named Jackie. Aliyah told DailyMail.com that everything appeared normal when she spent the night with the rapper a few days before the gender reveal and had plans to meet up with him that evening. Since the reveal, the Crank That rapper has bombarded her with texts and begged her to continue their relationship but has refused to apologize for what...
    WHEN Instagram pro Izabella collaborated with a make-up artist she at least expected to be able to recognise herself. In a bid to promote both of their social media accounts, the pair teamed up to create a sultry make-up look. 2NINTCHDBPICT000717501191Credit: izabellaris/Tik Tok When the artist posted a picture of the finished look on Instagram later that day Izabella was baffled. Although the artist applied a lot of heavy make-up, there was something off. The picture looked nothing like the Insta queen, it was obvious it had been edited. Completely smoothing out her skin and seemingly adding a tanning filter it looked nothing like her. "She gave me MJ's nose," the beauty hopeful joked, referencing Michael Jackson's nose which was famously altered by surgery. Izabella's natural nose, which was already button-like, had been shrunk significantly. Most read in LifestyleRAGING ROYAL Queen 'gave Meg furious dressing down for moaning about eggy wedding dish'ALL EYES ON HER Queen sparks health concerns as she has 'wheelchair-friendly' lift fittedMEG-A STARS Harry & Meg asked to present at Oscars next week - after Philip memorial...
    A WOMAN revealed a personalized shower curtain that was hilariously different from what she expected to arrive in the mail. The surprised recipient posted a TikTok displaying a conventional family photo printed on the large curtain in her bathroom. 2The surprised recipient posted a TikTok of the mix-upCredit: Instagram/catraejackson 2The intended owner posted a response under the username @aja4000Credit: Instagram/catraejackson "When you order a personalized shower curtain but they mix up the deliveries," TikTok user @tiktokfamelover123 said in the video. The video shows a young woman standing in her bathroom and stretching out a hanging curtain that was clearly not intended for the creator. "I'm sorry to whoever this family is but we needed a shower curtain so it'll have to do," the young woman captioned her post. The video went viral and people commented on the humorous situation. READ MORE TIKTOK STORIESPLANE RUDE My boyfriend upgraded his plane seat to first class and left me in economyBABY'S SECRET We have hidden room in baby's nursery - & Tiktok was wrong about color choice "I would literally keep it...
    HITMAN Holla cleared up the drama around his sex tape with girlfriend Cinnamon claiming that he shared the video with "close friends" before it was "leaked." The rapper took to his Instagram Stories to explain what happened to his followers. 5Hitman Holla explained how a sex tape between him and his girlfriend 'leaked'Credit: Getty 5He claimed that 'someone screen recorded' the tapeCredit: _cinncinncinny_/Instagram The 33-year-old wrote: "N****s caught me slipping once okay, so what? "Ima only clear up one thing.. Cinnamon in my close friends.. she knew every female I had in there (30 of them) she green light anything I post like let's not act dumb.. "Somebody screen recorded my close friends November 5th (our anniversary) that's wen I posted them videos.. "Not tripping I knew the risk.. ppl wasn't solid it's all good.. "What works in me and Cinnamon relationship might not work for y'all and that's okay but understand I don't care what y'all do w/y'all partner nun of my business but understand ima do me enjoy y'all day" He later shared the...
    A woman has revealed that her first date tried to call her a 'c**t' behind her back — but accidentally sent the crude text to her instead of his friend.  TikTok user Molly Hair posted a screenshot of the conversation in her viral video, which was ironically set to an audio clip Ava Watson's song 'I Found a Guy Told Me I Was a Star.'  'Chivalry is alive #firstdatefail,' Molly captioned the clip, which has been viewed more than 4.5 million times since it was posted over the weekend. 
    An Amazon driver fired over a video showing a scantly-dressed woman sneaking out of his work van says he was ‘delivering packages’ and 'making ends meet' in an innuendo-laden interview suggesting they had indeed been having sex.  Tywan George said he did ‘what any other man in America would do in his situation,’ which included spending time with ‘his partner’ in the back of the company vehicle. When asked to elaborate about his behind-closed-doors activities, a smiling George replied: ‘my job,’ and added his duties included delivering packages. ‘That’s exactly what I was doing.' The Tampa, Florida, man was fired last month after being caught on camera letting a woman in a short black dress out of the back of his work van. Tywan George, the Amazon driver who lost his job after a video of a woman slipping out the backdoor of his delivery truck went viral last month The video, shot in June and posted to TikTok in October, shows an unidentified woman with her phone tucked into the neckline jumping out the back of the van as a delivery...
    A Wisconsin teacher with stage four cancer received a touching surprise when her students showed up at the hospital to sing her worship songs. Carol Mack teaches first and second grade at Christ Lutheran School in Big Bend, Wisconsin, and has been a fixture at the school for 45 years, according to a Facebook post from Aurora Health Care. She continued to teach while battling cancer this year. Unfortunately, Mack’s cancer has progressed to stage four, and she will need hospice care going forward, prohibiting her from rejoining her students in the classroom, according to CBS 58.  Posted by Aurora Health Care on Thursday, November 4, 2021 “Before moving to hospice, one of her fellow teachers and friends wanted Carol to be able to reunite with her students once again,” Aurora Health Care’s post states. “With the help of Aurora St. Luke’s, Carol’s care team and the school, this was made possible.” Twenty-six students in grades one through four showed up outside of Aurora St. Luke’s to greet their beloved teacher on November 3, Aurora Health Care stated. Some of...
    INTERNET sleuths have suggested Gabby Petito's last Instagram post was uploaded after she died, as the DNA analysis of her fiance Brian Laundrie gets underway. "Happy Halloween" reads the caption on Petito's last post, days before she went missing in August. 1Instagram users couldn't help but point out how strange Gabby's final "Happy Halloween" post was (Credit: Instagram) Instagram users suspect the post was made by Petito's boyfriend Brian, who was found dead in Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, weeks after a nationwide manhunt. PEOPLE HAD THEIR SUSPICIONS One user commented on Petito's haunting post, "This was not Gabby." Another user commented, "I have a bad feeling as to what happened, but even if there's any shred of hope, I hope you're found safe." IT DOESN'T STOP THERE One poster also commented, "Police report was done in August on where DV was involved, I pray you’re okay!" The suspicion continued, "It’s kinda creepy this reference to Halloween. It’s not even close to it, he posted this." Most read in The US SunCASH COMING New $1,100 stimulus checks 'will be...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) removed COVID-19 guidance for the upcoming holiday season from its website on Monday. The page, which was posted over the weekend, recommended virtual gatherings, increasing ventilation at indoor meeting by opening windows or gathering outdoors. As of Tuesday morning, the page on the CDC website just provides links to information about vaccination and booster shots. The agency told The Hill that the guidelines were outdated and had been uploaded in error with new recommendations to be posted in the coming weeks. Health officials in the U.S. still have not given Americans clear guidance for the rapidly approaching holiday season, with Dr Anthony Fauci flip-flopping on whether or not people can gather with their families for Christmas. The CDC removed holiday travel guidelines posted over the weekend from its website, saying they were outdated and published in error. The guidelines recommended virtual gatherings. Pictured: A man wears a mask while traveling at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, last holiday season on December 23 Dr Anthony Fauci  (pictured) said on Sunday that it was...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago area mother and daughter are warning others after finding a video they posted to social media in an online endorsement for a skin care product they'd never heard of.Like many teens during the pandemic, Kameryn said she turned to TikTok for some much-needed entertainment."She was looking through videos and there was the mom and daughter trends, so she's like, 'Oh, we got to do this,' so, it took us about an hour and we did it," her mother Holly said.Holly obliged her daughter and made a video. People commented on how similar the two looked, and the video received more than 50,000 views on TikTok. Then, Holly said she made a disturbing discovery."A few friends of mine messaged me saying congratulations, that they'd seen this advertisement, so they tag me in it, and I was totally shocked that we see our face," Holly said.That's when Holly found the video posted on Facebook showing she and her daughter in a moisturizer ad using the same video they shared on TikTok."It's a total fake advertisement," Holly said.Holly...
    The world's rarest rabbit, a Sumatran striped rabbit, has been saved by Indonesian wildlife officials after it was spotted by happenstance on Facebook. The rabbit, known only because there are 12 specimens in a Dutch museum, was spotted on the social network by a tipster who saw a post that the rabbit was going to be sold. The tipster contacted authorities at Indonesia's Kerinci Seblat National Park, who tracked down the seller and rescued the rabbit, holding it until it was eventually released into the wild at the park. 'While Kerinci Seblat is world famous for its biodiversity, it is the larger charismatic animals like tigers, elephants and helmeted hornbills that usually make the headlines,' director of the national park, Tamen Sitorus, said in a release. 'People so often forget this park also protects rare species like the Sumatran striped rabbit and its habitat; we have the highest peat swamp forests in Asia, for instance—and amazing moss forests.'  A Sumatran striped rabbit, the world's rarest rabbit, was saved by Indonesian wildlife officials after it was spotted for sale on Facebook...
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    Social media giant Facebook took down a pro-Israel page last week after it was allegedly targeted by radical Islamists amid ongoing unrest in the Gaza Strip. The Jerusalem Prayer Team (JPT) page, which has tens of millions of followers, was reportedly shut down on Friday after it was flooded with comments from people who allegedly wanted it taken offline. The page’s founder, Michael Evans, told The Christian Broadcasting Network that there was an "organized attempt" by radical Islamists to target the page. Evans then said the people, who posted over 1 million comments on the site, contacted Facebook to say they had never written on the site. A separate news outlet reported that Evans said some of the content posted was extremely anti-Semitic, including photos of Hitler. "That was a complete scam and fraud," Evans told CBN. "It was a very clever, deceptive plan by Islamic radicals." LIVE UPDATES: ISRAEL 'DETERMINED TO CONTINUE' OPERATION AGAINST HAMAS, NETANYAHU SAYS, DESPITE BIDEN'S PLEA According to the publication, there were YouTube videos and Facebook messages posted about how to pressure the platforms about...
    A Texas dog groomer has been accused of choking a Shih Tzu dog until its eye 'popped out', leaving the dog in need of emergency surgery. Pictured Mia after surgery  A Texas dog groomer has been accused of choking a Shih Tzu dog until its eye 'popped out', leaving the dog in need of emergency surgery. Laly Moreno, the distraught owner of Mia, claimed her beloved pooch almost lost her eye after visiting the Flash Pet Salon & Hotel in Mission, Texas, last month. Shocking footage posted on social media last week by Moreno's niece shows Mia's swollen eye following the surgery. She also posted a clip of surveillance footage taken from inside the salon which appeared to show the animal latched onto the gloved arm of the groomer as he tries to pull the dog off.  The salon owner has denied allegations of animal abuse and released extended footage claiming to show the dog was biting and being aggressive toward the staff member.  Surveillance footage taken from inside the salon appears to show the animal latched onto the gloved...
    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell blasted Twitter after he was permanently banned from the platform for continuing to spread misinformation about election fraud, saying that if Twitter can silence him, it can silence anyone. Speaking on Fox News on Tuesday night, at one point Lindell claimed that the social media company was even secretly posting on his behalf while his account was suspended in a previous incident. After being allowed back onto Twitter following the previous suspension, Lindell continued to spread debunked election fraud theories and claimed that a voting machine company hired trolls and online bots to ruin his business. That's when Twitter pulled the plug, explaining Lindell's ban from the service on Monday night as being due to 'repeated violations of the company's policy on election misinformation.'  Lindell is the latest conservative voice to be axed or suspended from the platform after the former president himself and other members of his family were booted from the service.  MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, 59, has spoken out over Twitter after his account was suspended for 'repeated violations' of Twitter policy ...
    Two New York-area pickup artists and self-styled dating gurus were arrested this week for their participation in the deadly January 6 Capitol insurrection. Samuel Fisher, 35, was detained by police in Manhattan on Wednesday, accused of traveling to Washington DC with a car full of weapons.  On Facebook, the Manhattan-based businessman posted in the aftermath of the riot: 'People died but it was f****** great if you ask me.' Patrick Stedman, 32, was arrested on Thursday by New Jersey officers. The 'dating and relationship strategy' expert, who lives at home with his parents in Haddonfield, NJ, offers 'daily emails on sex and female psychology'. Stedman barged his way into the Capitol and made it as far as Nancy Pelosi's office, where he sat at her desk. He wrote on Twitter: 'I was pretty much in the first wave, and we broke down the doors and climbed up the back part of the Capitol building and got all the way into the chambers.' The pair are among 120 people federally charged over the riots, in which five people died. Among them are military veterans,...
    Dutch prosecutors confirmed that President Donald Trump's Twitter account was hacked in October, despite White House and Twitter denials.  The Guardian reported Wednesday that Victor Gevers of the Netherlands broke in to Trump's account using the password 'maga2020!' and did so to prove the vulnerability.  'We believe the hacker has actually penetrated Trump's Twitter account, but has met the criteria that have been developed in case law to go free as an ethical hacker,' a statement from the public prosecutor's office said.    President Donald Trump's Twitter account was hacked by a cyber researcher in October, who was trying to show its vulnerabilities  Victor Gevers of the Netherland hacked Trump's account in October using the easily guessable password 'maga2020!' Gevers tweeted advice about securing Twitter accounts in October after he was successfully able to break into Trump's account  In October, Gevers shared screenshots of the inside of Trump's Twitter account - including the 'edit profile' section that showed the president's name, Donald J. Trump, and his bio, '45th President of the United States of America.'   He also told Dutch...
    Conservative meme-maker Benny Johnson took to Twitter in June with an announcement. After amassing hundreds of thousands of followers on the platform, he was done with it, having come to see Twitter as a “communist gulag dumpster fire.” “10 years on Twitter,” Johnson tweeted. “I’m done. Disgusted with the censorship on this platform. Twitter is now so aggressively ANTI Free Speech, it’s not fun anymore.” Having laid out his case, Johnson urged his fans to join Parler, the latest conservative social media network pitching itself as a “free speech” alternative for conservatives who feel the social media giants are biased against them. A few months later, though, Johnson appears to be finished with Parler too. And, wouldn’t you know it, he’s back in the communist gulag dumpster fire that is Twitter dot com. Johnson, the chief creative officer of young conservative group Turning Point USA, hasn’t posted on Parler since August. But he still posts relentlessly on Twitter, tweeting eight times in just one hour on Tuesday alone. Johnson’s abortive move to Parler took place amid an outcry from conservatives...
    (CNN)The US Army said Wednesday that the official Twitter account of its Fort Bragg base had been hacked, after the account posted several lewd messages."This afternoon the Fort Bragg Twitter account was hacked and a string of inappropriate tweets were posted to the account," one of the Army units housed at Fort Bragg tweeted. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is one of the Army's largest bases, housing more than 50,000 military personnel."When made aware, the Fort Bragg social media team deleted the tweets & temporarily moved the account offline," the tweet continued. "The matter is under investigation."The now-removed replies were responses to a lewd message and naked picture posted by another Twitter account featuring pornographic content. CNN has reached out to Twitter for comment about the alleged hack.Read MoreThe incident would mark the most recent high-profile hack on the site. According to an investigative report last week by New York regulators, the hackers who took over several high-profile Twitter accounts in July -- including those of Joe Biden, Elon Musk and Apple -- had gained entry into Twitter's internal systems simply...
    Governor Jared Polis issued a mandatory mask order for Colorado on July 16. That order was set to expire on October 12, but Polis just extended it for another thirty days, citing concerning figures about the spread of COVID-19 in the state. “This is the most worried I’ve been since mid-July,” the governor said at a press conference October 9. "We need to be better at wearing masks — not because I say to do it or because public-health officials say to do it," Polis explained. "It's because you care about your health and your family and your neighbors and your job. That's why we're doing it." Polis concluded with this: "Just wear a damn mask." These days, though, any discussion of masks quickly morphs from science into politics, as evidenced by the comments posted on the Westword Facebook story about Polis's extension of the mask order. Says Eron: Thanks for attempting to control this viral spread. So many ignorant people refuse to cooperate for the health of all. I will never understand the arrogant selfishness shown by these...
    Kyle Richards' offered new evidence in her desperate hunt for her mother's stolen ring on Thursday night - an image of the bauble in her collection before it was robbed - to prove it is the same design she spotted on a psychic's hand in an Instagram photo shared by Diane Keaton.  The bizarre mystery prompted a slew of speculation after Richards, 51, detailed her shock at seeing the stolen valuable in a social media snap shared by the Oscar winner back in 2019 - two years after it was taken from the reality star's California mansion as part of a $1 million jewelry heist. Richards made the revelation during the latest Secrets Revealed special of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and shortly after took to Instagram to shed further light on the 'crazy story' by sharing an image of the beloved heirloom in her jewelry box and comparing it to the bauble that was photographed by Keaton on the finger of a Los Angeles fortune teller. Mystery: Kyle Richards posted an Instagram Stories video on Thursday night...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it mistakenly published guidance suggesting that the novel coronavirus spreads through the air.  ''A draft version of proposed changes to these recommendations was posted in error to the agency's official website,' the agency in a statement. 'CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Once this process has been completed, the update language will be posted.'  The World Health Organization (WHO) said it contacted the CDC earlier on Monday about the update. During a news conference, Dr Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO's health emergencies program, said the WHO had not seen 'new evidence' regarding airborne transmission and that it reached out to CDC to 'better understand' why the guidelines had changed. It comes days after the CDC changed its controversial recommendations that people exposed to COVID-19 who are asymptomatic forego testing. On Monday, the CDC it mistakenly published guidance several days ago suggesting that the novel coronavirus spreads through the air (file image) Airborne viruses 'are among the most contagious...
    Dorinda Medley announced on Instagram she plans to leave The Real Housewives Of New York City after five seasons as a firm fan favorite. The reality star posted a glamorous shot of herself on the social media site wearing a eye-catching black dress which featured silver sequins as she reclined in a red chair with a matching fan in her hand. She captioned the shot, which was posted on Tuesday, with her announcement that she had decided to quit the franchise. “What a journey this has been. I have laughed and cried and tried to Make it Nice,” she wrote, “but all things must come to an end.” Dorinda credited the show for helping her to recover after the death of her husband. “This was a great outlet for me to heal when my late husband Richard passed away,” she shared. “I have met so many interesting people and learned so much about myself, about life and about women along the way.” The TV personality kept her sign-off from the show characteristically upbeat, as she thanked Bravo and NBC for...
    A mother who refuses to accept her son is transgender has been blasted by social media users after hijacking her child's TikTok and Instagram accounts to hit out at his supporters.  The American woman, identified on social media as Tasha Fuller, posted a video to her son Alex's TikTok and Instagram in which she insists he be called 'Danika', the name he was given at birth, and adds: 'She is my daughter.'  Despite Alex's accounts being deactivated, the clip has gone viral after it was re-shared by social media users, many of whom posted it along with the hashtag #MyNameIsAlex. They also criticized Tasha for repeatedly using her son's 'deadname'.  In the video, Alex is seen sitting next to his mother, remaining speechless as she tells the camera: 'This is Danika and I am her mother. I gave her the name Danika for a reason. You will address her as Danika or you will not address her at all.'  
    Google-owned YouTube deleted a pro-life video with 1.8 million views posted by the pro-life organization, Live Action, four years after it was posted. The social media platform later reinstated the video after the organization appealed Google’s censorship. “JUST NOW: @YOUTUBE has DELETED one of Live Action’s Abortion Procedures videos,” tweeted the pro-life organization on Friday. “The video is presented by a former abortionist. Has been seen 1.8 million times. And has been live since 2016. This is dangerous & unacceptable, @TeamYouTube.” JUST NOW: @YOUTUBE has DELETED one of Live Actions Abortion Procedures videos. The video is presented by a former abortionist. Has been seen 1.8 million times. And has been live since 2016. This is dangerous & unacceptable, @TeamYouTube pic.twitter.com/YjrPCGHdbD — Live Action (@LiveAction) August 7, 2020 “THIS is the video @YouTube deleted,” added the founder and president of Live Action, Lila Rose. “This educational video has saved countless lives & spreads the TRUTH.” In the video, Dr. Anthony Levatino, a former abortionist, explains the truth about what goes into different abortion procedures. “The video was just reinstated, but...
    What a handsome hound. A black German shepherd named Brick has shot to stardom on social media after his owner posted a picture of the pup that’s a doggone dead ringer for Batman. Jelena Jovanović captured the image when her 5-year-old pup pricked up his ears after a scolding, South West News Service (SWNS) reports. Jelena Jovanović took the perfect picture when her dog Brick pricked his ears back after a scolding. (SWNS) IMPATIENT PET COW MOOS LOUDLY AT FARMER'S WINDOW EVERY DAY FOR MORNING HUG “I was taking a panoramic portrait and waiting for him to make a calm face and look at me,” Jovanović said. “Brick was a bit bored so he started eating snow, I told him ‘no’ and he raised his head, tilted his ears, gave me that look for a split second and I caught it on camera.” Later, the 3D animator from Belgrade, Serbia, realized her dog bore a striking resemblance to the caped crusader. “Initially, I didn't think much about it as I wanted to catch his calm face expression, but upon revision...
    Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham told the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Wednesday he only became aware of a recent presidential directive excluding undocumented immigrants from the census's congressional representation calculations “when it was posted on the web.” Dillingham reportedly said he wasn't involved in the planning of President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden hits Trump's 'law and order' message: He's trying to 'scare the devil' out of people Pelosi bashes Barr after testimony: 'He was like a blob' and 'henchman' for Trump Schumer: Trump should want COVID-19 deal to help GOP election chances MORE's executive order last week blocking undocumented immigrants from being counted in the 2020 census for the purpose of allocating House seats. The order, which was swiftly met with multiple legal challenges, follows the administration's ultimately abandoned attempt to add a question about citizenship to the census. Dillingham told the panel he could not say whether the bureau would need additional time for the census due to the coronavirus pandemic, saying those discussions were “not at my level” and that he had been focusing on progressing "as rapidly as possible and to...
    A grandmother from Iowa whose viral TikTok video encouraged thousands of young people to sign up for Donald Trump's Tulsa rally on Friday night and then not attend has said the 'no show protest' was not a prank, but rather a powerful moment of protest. Mary Jo Laupp, 51, from Fort Dodge, Iowa, said that she never intended to go viral with her video, which she posted on June 11. In the video she criticized Trump's original plan to hold the rally on Juneteeth - a day which marks the end of slavery in the United States. Amid the outcry he switched the rally to June 20. Her video encouraged young people to sign up, giving a false anticipation of a massive turnout, and then stand the president up. Donald Trump's campaign said a million people had requested tickets, but only 6,200 showed Mary Jo Laupp unintentionally started a campaign to RSVP to the rally, then not show up 'I don't think it was just an issue of pranking him,' she said.  'You have a lot of kids,...
    To be honest, I don’t remember the first time I watched an execution. When you’ve seen so many that they start to blur into one, it’s impossible to remember the first. Then there’s the animal cruelty, torture and sickening pornography I’ve witnessed. You must think I’m some sort of twisted individual with disturbing online tastes. Or else that I’m a police investigator with years of training in how to deal with online content that’s the stuff of nightmares. Former Facebook moderator Chris Gray and his wife Mildka Gray are pictured above in Dublin. Mr Gray writes: 'I am now suing both Facebook and CPL Resources, to which Facebook outsourced moderation services, for the psychological injuries I believe I suffered as a result of my work' The truth is neither. Instead, these memories are the deeply disturbing legacy of the nine months I spent working for Facebook as a moderator, or as I was called, a ‘community operations analyst’. It is a role that has left me with post-traumatic stress disorder and a deep cynicism that social media can ever...
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