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- 11/22/17--09:01: _‘Toy Freaks’: Distu...
- 11/22/17--09:03: _Marshawn Lynch’s Mo...
- 11/22/17--10:50: _Donald Trump Impeac...
- 11/22/17--11:22: _Controversial Pope ...
- 11/22/17--11:28: _#MeToo Campaign Is ...
- 11/22/17--13:17: _Congressman Joe Bar...
- 11/22/17--15:04: _Internet Neutrality...
- 11/22/17--16:33: _‘F*** Trump’ Bumper...
- 11/22/17--16:58: _Donald Trump Jr. Ca...
- 11/22/17--19:11: _Right-Wing Media Ac...
- 11/22/17--19:13: _Robert Mueller Ques...
- 11/23/17--04:52: _North Korea Fires A...
- 11/23/17--05:20: _With Trump Expected...
- 11/23/17--05:39: _Donald Trump Is Afr...
- 11/23/17--06:22: _Jared Kushner Set F...
- 11/23/17--08:37: _Missing Argentina S...
- 11/23/17--09:58: _Mom Wants ‘Sleeping...
- 11/23/17--15:03: _Cat Hair Leads To W...
- 11/23/17--17:47: _Michael Flynn Stops...
- 11/23/17--18:05: _Trump Approval Rati...
- 11/22/17--10:50: Donald Trump Impeachment Petition Crosses 250,000 Signatures
- 11/22/17--13:17: Congressman Joe Barton In Sexting Scandal, Issues Apology
“Toy Freaks,” A YouTube channel that showed a man’s pre-pubescent daughters vomiting, bathing, urinating, and dressing (and acting) like babies has been taken down after viewers complained that the videos bordered on child abuse.
NOTE: The videos have been removed from YouTube, and although some publications, including Buzzfeed, have managed to save some of the videos, they will not be posted here due to the Inquisitr‘s editorial standards.
As Buzzfeed Newsreports, Greg Chism’s “Toy Freaks” channel had over eight million subscribers. Those subscribers would tune in to watch Chism’s daughters — Annabelle and Victoria — be “pranked” by being surprised while bathing, force-fed (and filmed while vomiting), and dressing and acting like infants.
Marshawn Lynch decided to sit during the United States anthem over the weekend in protest but stood during the Mexican anthem. Lynch may have known that he would receive a backlash from the President of the United States over his actions as Donald Trump had been very vocal about punishing NFL players for their disrespectful decisions before the games. While Trump was quick to share his thoughts on Twitter, Lynch didn’t say much about the issue. In fact, he celebrated the gift he had received from his Mexican fans but never mentioned Trump on his social media accounts. However, his mother had other ideas.
President Donald Trump impeachment has remained one of the most talked topics among the political experts. Even before he won the 2016 presidential election after defeating Hillary Clinton, many were searching on Google search engine as what it will take to impeach a sitting president. Earlier this week, documentary director Michael Moore said in his long Facebook post that this is the right time to remove President Trump from the office and now the online petition on Change.org has crossed more than 250,000 votes asking Congress to remove the president.
At Change.org, there is an ongoing petition asking for Donald Trump’s impeachment even before he completes his first term as the 45th President of the United States of America. The online petition is started by The Million American Petition and is asking for 300,000 signatures. After attaining their goal, the petition will be delivered to the U.S. Congress, U.S. House of Representatives, and The People Of The United States of America.
Pope John Paul II spoke of a vision he received about the future of Europe that a Vatican confidant has now revealed in a lecture celebrating the Pope’s memory. Monsignor Mauro Longhi, who often accompanied Pope John Paul II on hiking trips when he was a student, suggested that the pontiff revealed this prophecy to him in the early 1990s during one such excursion in northern Italy.
On October 16, 1978, Cardinal Karol Wojtyla was elected Pope. Of Polish heritage, he was the first non-Italian Pope in nearly 500 years. The internationally beloved leader of the Roman Catholic Church who suffered from Parkinson’s disease passed away on April 2, 2005, and in April 2014, he was canonized as a saint.
The #MeToo campaign started off as a hashtag on social media to give a voice to people who were victims of sexual abuse. While the hashtag wasn’t targeted at women, the majority of people speaking out about their experiences were women. The hashtag was created to give a voice to women who had been sexually assaulted after the bombshell accusations that Harvey Weinstein had groped several women. The accusations grew after the initial report and more women started coming forward. Over the past couple of weeks, several politicians, professional workers, and entertainers have been accused by many women of sexual assault and harassment.
Congressman Joe Barton of Texas reportedly has gotten caught sexting other women with whom he was in consensual relationships. Barton, a Republican, has represented a suburban Dallas district since 1985 and currently plans to run for reelection.
“Barton… admitted that a nude picture of him circulating online is authentic and apologized to his constituents,” Politiconoted.
According to TMZ, an anonymous Twitter user somehow gained access and revealed Barton’s Anthony Weiner-style graphic selfie.
“The Twitter user censored the image, and also revealed a sext that reads, ‘I want u soo bad. Right now’… It’s unclear if the tweeter is the woman to whom Barton admits sending the photos — but the person claims he/she is being ‘harassed’ by Barton.”
Earlier today, Barton, 68, released a statement apologizing for the nude image, the Texas Tribune reported.
Most internet users turn on their laptop, cell phone, or any other type of electronic device and search the online world for a variety of different topics on a daily basis without a thought of internet neutrality crossing their minds. While people might not understand what internet neutrality really means, or how it affects their use of the online world, many folks made it their business to learn about it today after an FCC announcement. With the latest news of the internet neutrality repeal going viral, people are learning quickly what this entails and the push is on to stop it, but is it too late?
Karen Fonseca went viral when a prominent sticker on her truck captured attention around the world, all the way from Fort Bend County, Texas. According to KHOU, Fonseca didn’t choose to go viral, but blames Troy Nehls for making her famous by placing the “F*** Trump” photo on his personal Facebook page. As a result, Karen is turning lemons into lemonade by selling the bumper stickers that read, “Yeah…f*** Trump and f*** you for voting for him.” She has also added another black and white sticker that reads, “F*** Troy Nehls and f*** you for voting for him.” Both stickers show a hand with a middle finger raised.
Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, is taking exception to an article published in Newsweek magazine that claims that his dad and murderer Charles Manson used similar language to attract followers. Trump Jr. told his two million-plus Twitter followers that the publication, which he asserted formerly was a legitimate news outlet, has now devolved into a “liberal clickbait rag.”
Newsweek, which presumably got the message, apparently responded by removing all references to President Trump in the article, with the addition of an editor’s note stating that “An earlier version of this story did not meet Newsweek’s editorial standards and has been revised accordingly.”
This note has left some wondering how the essay in its original form made it through the editorial process in the first place if it was substandard.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is circling his investigation around Jared Kushner’s interaction with foreign leaders. Mueller’s team is now looking into whether Kushner played a role in efforts to halt a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank that was approved Dec. 23, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Previous efforts to pass a similar resolution were vetoed in the past by the United States. However, the Obama administration chose not to veto the resolution in December, according to the Times of Israel.
Kushner reportedly had interactions with top Israeli officials who reached out to him and other members of President Donald Trump’s transition team, including Steve Bannon, in an effort to prevent the resolution’s passing, according to the Wall Street Journal. These interactions have reportedly been the focus of Mueller’s most recent investigation into Kushner.
When U.S. President Donald Trump returned from his 12-day tour to Asia he made much of his newfound friendship with China’s President Xi Jinping. Trump took to his favorite communications medium, Twitter, to claim that the mainstream media “hated the fact” that he has developed a “great relationship with world leaders like Xi Jinping.” President Trump was also celebrating the fact that he had apparently persuaded President Xi to send a diplomatic envoy to North Korea. Trump has frequently cited China as the key to solving the conflict between the U.S. and North Korea.
There was once a time when a dried out Turkey or lumpy mashed potatoes were your biggest worries when sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner with your family and friends. Those days are gone and according to the headlines, Donald Trump or any member of the Trump family showing up at your Thanksgiving dinner table is a huge concern around the nation this year.
The Trump name showing up at your Thanksgiving table this year has such a high probability that there are experts offering strategies to avoid this from happening. Despite your greatest efforts, the topic of Trump might just leak through, so tips on nipping the conversation in the bud are also offered if Trump or any other form of politics are introduced at your dinner table by a guest.
President Donald Trump’s tweets against LaVar Ball have crossed a line, even for Trump, according to the fallout from Ball’s full interview with Chris Cuomo, as reported by the Inquisitr. Trump tweeted that LaVar was ungrateful and a fool after Ball balked at thanking Trump for helping to get LaVar’s son and two other UCLA basketball players out of China after an alleged shoplifting incident.
As America sits down to enjoy its collective Thanksgiving turkey President Donald Trump’s son-in-law may have a different bird on his mind. Reports are suggesting that the Mueller investigation, into allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, is circling the Trump family, and Jared Kushner is in its sights. Kushner may be feeling that the Mueller investigation team is like a cloud of vultures preparing to pick over the bones of his fledgling political career.
According to Vanity Fair, the Mueller investigation is considering whether Kushner obstructed justice over his role in the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. Mueller is reportedly also seeking details from witnesses to Kushner’s contacts with foreign leaders, including four Russians, during the presidential transition period. Those contacts included Kushner’s controversial involvement in a motion on Israeli settlement in disputed territories, passed by the United Nations before President Trump took office.
With the air supply on the Argentina sub calculated as running low, there’s a heightened urgency to find the submarine with the 44 Argentina sailors on board. A sound detected right after the ARA San Juan submarine vanished has been analyzed and the experts believe it is a sound not made by anything conducive to natural sounds found in the ocean. This has prompted a new search in an area that has previously been searched by rescue teams.
Concerns have grown around the air supply depleting on the ARA San Juan Submarine, as it will only have enough oxygen for 7-10 days if the submarine submerged intact. The last contact made with the sub was back on November 15. With lack of any communication from the sub, officials have no way of knowing when they last rose to the surface to charge the batteries and replenish the sub’s oxygen supply.
A British mother wants Sleeping Beauty banned from her son’s primary school (the British equivalent of an elementary school) because it “promotes immoral sexual behavior,” The Telegraph is reporting.
Sarah Hall was shocked when her six-year-old son came home with a children’s book copy of the story. As of this writing, it’s not clear if the book was an adaptation of the 1959 Walt Disney film, or an adaptation of one of the several versions of the 16th-century story that circulate throughout Europe to this day.
Regardless, the gist of the story is the same. Sleeping Beauty is placed into an accursed sleep and is awoken by a kiss from a Prince. And it’s that plot point of a stranger kissing a sleeping woman who can’t give consent that has Hall concerned.
“I think it’s a specific issue in the Sleeping Beauty story about sexual behaviour and consent. It’s about saying is this still relevant, is it appropriate?”
A Texas woman is accused of mailing bombs to former President Barack Obama and Governor Greg Abbot, and the clue that led to her came from her cat. Julia Poff was indicted in federal court for the 2016 mail bombs, which numbered three in all.
Law enforcement officials believe the motive behind Julia Poff’s alleged bomb-sending was due to her anger toward the governor who she somehow blamed for not receiving support from her ex-husband. The 46-year-old woman was the alleged bomb maker, but thankfully for Governor Abbot’s sake, she wasn’t a very good at it as the device sent to him failed to detonate when he opened the package.
Michael Flynn has been in hot water ever since the infancy of the Donald Trump administration when he was national security advisor for just over three weeks. Now, his son has been dragged into the whole Russia scandal that has been under strict investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, and this could pose some potentially devastating consequences for both Flynns.
Now, according to breaking news from the New York Times, Michael Flynn and his lawyers have announced that they have ended their cooperation with Donald Trump and his legal team. Although there could be a variety of reasons for this, all signs indicate that Michael Flynn intends to cooperate with Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation in ways that could adversely affect Donald Trump and his administration.
The latest data on President Donald Trump’s approval rating shows that he is still the least popular president of the last seven decades or so by a healthy margin. A further look at the numbers, however, suggests that this metric had slightly gone up in the two days since the president issued his official statement on the sexual harassment allegations made against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Since Donald Trump first took office in January, FiveThirtyEight has been monitoring the president’s approval and disapproval ratings, tracking them from day one up to the present and comparing them against the ratings of 12 past U.S. presidents, chronologically starting with Harry Truman and ending with Barack Obama. As of today’s Thanksgiving update, Trump’s approval rating is at 38.4 percent, holding steady from yesterday’s figure, but 0.3 percent higher than it was on November 19 and 20, when the rating was at 38.1 percent.