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Alex Jones defends Rand Paul’s vaccine statements by calling CNBC host ‘tramp’ and ‘whore’

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Conservative radio host Alex Jones defended Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) statements regarding measles vaccines by hurling a barrage of insults toward CNBC host Kelly Evans, Media Matters reported.

“You realize you’re signing on to a system of murder, you little piece of trash, tramp, filth, scum woman,” Jones yelled on his show on Tuesday. “You arrogant piece of garbage! I’m sick of all you people up there lecturing us. She’s the type of woman that wants Super Bowl ads to say, ‘Sorry you had a boy.’ All a bunch of pinhead cult members.”

Jones also called Evans a “media whore” for challenging Paul during an interview on Monday after he told another conservative radio host, Laura Ingraham, he felt most vaccines should be voluntary.

“I guess being for freedom would be really unusual,” Paul said. He was subsequently criticized for his remarks, as well as for shushing Evans during the interview.

Jones insisted that Paul was “a good guy” and said that both the Kentucky senator and his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) had “basic morals.”

“They know how dangerous the vaccines are,” Jones argued. “They know what’s in the inserts. They’re not just going to go along with the system and lie.”

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While vaccines were a great medical development, Jones said, they were controlled by “the new world order” and were now being promoted by both liberal and conservative surrogates.

“They’ve got Rachel Maddow, Obama, Fox News, Bill O’Reilly, all of them, attacking anybody that tells the truth,” Jones said. “They’re just like, ‘There are no side effects, it’s totally safe, and it will protect you, you will not get the measles, if you get this shot.’ All pure bull.”

Jones also alluded to an interview he conducted with Paul in 2009, before he took office. As Media Matters also reported, Paul complained about what he described as potential federal overreach with the introduction of mandatory vaccinations.

“The first sort of thing you see with martial law is mandates, and they’re talking about making it mandatory,” Paul said at the time. “I worry because the last flu vaccine we had in the 1970s more people died form the vaccine than died from swine flu. I think you have to use your brain but I think every individual should be allowed to make that choice.”

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Watch Jones’ remarks about Evans, as posted by Media Matters on Wednesday, below.

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Florida man’s own family blasts him after he was arrested for racist threats: ‘This isn’t how we were raised’

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After a Florida man was arrested for trying to start a race war, a member of his own family slammed his values.

"A Florida man’s social media posts that threatened violence against African-Americans, Jews and homosexuals and that urged his followers to start a race war netted him a $1 million bond," the Miami Herald reported Saturday. "And then there’s another $100,000 bond he would have to pay to get out of Lee County Jail because of a weapons charge."

Joshua Leff, 40, is being held in the Lee County Jail.

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‘Weakness doesn’t win elections’: Indivisible co-founder explains why members are holding #ImpeachTrump rallies

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The growing support to commence impeachment proceedings by House Democrats is driven by their need to fire up grassroots support to hold control of the chamber, an Indivisible co-founder explained on MSNBC.

"The call for impeachment continues. this as protesters are hitting the street in more than 140 rallies planned across the country. Organizers say the "Impeach Trump" event is a day of action urging House Democrats to start impeachment proceedings," MSNBC's Richard Lui reported Saturday.

"A new survey from the indivisible project finds 80 percent of their respondents say the House should start impeachment proceedings," he noted. "Right now in the House, 63 Democrats and one Republican support impeachment."

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Mississippi fast food cashier ‘terminated immediately’ for ugly racist slur on customer’s receipt

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The owner of a fast food restaurant in Mississippi "terminated immediately" an employee after a racist and misogynistic slur of patrons.

When Lex Washington visited Who Dat's Drive-Thru in Oxford with her roommate, the cashier listed them on the receipt as "black b*tches in a silver car."

A manager reportedly refused to apologize at the time, and instead "laughed in her face."

A photo of the receipt then spread on social media.

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