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Libs Of TikTok Removed From Social Media Tool For ‘Inappropriate Use’

Linktree removed Libs of TikTok’s account Wednesday for “inappropriate use,” according to the Libs of TikTok Twitter account owner.The account’s owner said via Twitter that her Linktree account is “no longer accessible” and warned that the platform’s actions will “not end well” for it. “Linktree just deleted my account citing ‘inappropriate use of this service.’…

Corporate Media Goes Into Full Panic Mode After Travel Mask Mandate Ends

Corporate media outlets responded to Monday’s news that masks would no longer be required on public transit by hyping the risk of COVID-19 and sharing stories of Americans opposed to the change.When a federal judge in Florida struck down the Biden administration’s mask mandate for public transportation Monday, on the grounds that it is beyond…

WaPo Correspondent Presses Psaki Hard: Is Biden A Morning Person Or Afternoon Person?

March 16, 2022 4:45 PM ET A Washington Post reporter really dug in deep with White House press secretary Jen Psaki, asking Wednesday if President Joe Biden had a preference on the time of day.“Is the President more of a morning person or an afternoon person? Because people are often divided in those ways, so…

Media Wage Harassment Campaign Against Freedom Convoy Donors Doxxed In GiveSendGo Hack

Media outlets are continuing to message small-dollar donors to the Freedom Convoy whose identities were leaked to the public after a hack of crowdfunding site GiveSendGo. Several major publications, including The New York Times and The Washington Post, ran stories earlier this week based on the leaked data analyzing the origins of Freedom Convoy funding.…

NYT, Washington Post Slammed For Debating Whether Criminals Should Receive Healthcare

Several legacy media outlets caught some heat on Twitter this week for their coverage of a heart transplant recipient.David Bennett Sr. was the recipient of a groundbreaking pig heart transplant at the University of Maryland Medical Center this week. The medical breakthrough was significant enough to warrant media coverage, but The Washington Post also decided…

Best Friends Separated While Fleeing Nazis Reunited 82 Years Later

Two best friends who had been separated at nine years old as their families fled Berlin during the holocaust were reunited in person for the first time Nov 5 in St. Petersburg, Florida.“It was like no time had passed,” Betty Grebenschikoff said, according to The Washington Post. “Of course, 82 years makes a difference, but more…
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How The Left Pushes LGBTQ Activism On Kids

Progressive leftists have been pushing highly sexualized LGBTQ and transgender activism on children for some time, conservative advocates told the Daily Caller News Foundation, employing social media, television, the classroom, and more to advance the message. Activists have recently called for children to be exposed to kink performances at gay pride events throughout the month…
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Biden Administration Reportedly Planning To Ban Menthol Cigarettes

President Joe Biden’s administration is planning to announce a ban on menthol cigarettes, numerous sources reported. The proposed ban, eagerly advocated for by anti-smoking groups, is likely to be unveiled Thursday, two people familiar with plan said according to CBS News. Biden expected to ban menthol cigarettes https://t.co/IVGh8ECVm9 — CBS News (@CBSNews) April 28, 2021…
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Washington Post Runs Op-Ed Criticizing Afghanistan Withdrawal, Doesn’t Disclose Author Is On Defense Contractor...

April 19, 2021 6:27 PM ET The Washington Post ran an opinion piece Friday critical of President Joe Biden’s planned withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and did not disclose that the author sits on the board of one of America’s premier defense contractors. Co-author Meghan O’Sullivan is described by The Post as a professor at…
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WaPo Publishes Cartoon Depicting Republican Lawmakers As Rats Who Tried To ‘Subvert The Constitution’

The Washington Post printed a cartoon on Sunday depicting various Republicans as rats. The cartoon, drawn by The Post’s editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes and titled “All the Republican rats,” includes well over 100 named “state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members” accused of allowing President Donald Trump to attempt to stay in office. Ahead of…

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