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WATCH: Transgender shopper opens can of whoop-ass on bellowing Target protester — and it’s beautiful

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A transgender Target shopper fought back against a right-wing Christian protester who was shouting homophobic insults because Target allows transgender people to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity.

In the video found by JoeMyGod, the protester can be heard off camera shouting, “Do not come to Target! They let transgender people in the bathroom.”

The transgender customer happened to be nearby and approached the protester. “Yeah, and you know what, there’s a transgender person right here so you can just keep on walking,” he shouted.

The protester makes an about-face to shout at the customer, “That’s okay, you’re going to go to hell!”

The trans customer retorts back to the homophobe, “And you’re going to be an a**hole for the rest of your life!” The Target shopper also criticizes the gender flub: “Trans men aren’t women, a**hole.”

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That’s when the protester berates all homosexuals because, in his eyes, they’re all transgender people. “Homosexuality is not okay with God,” he shouts. “Homosexuals are only 2 percent of the world’s population, but they take up 90 percent of the HIV. Some safe lifestyle that is, right?”

He then cites disproven myths that “bathroom predators” are being authorized by Target and their policies. “Kids have been having their pictures taken in Target bathrooms by pedophiles because Target makes it okay for grown men to put on a dress and go in the same bathroom as your daughter.”

He was ultimately escorted out by police while shouting, “Jesus Christ was not friends with any homos! I’m sorry to tell you guys that!”

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Fatal drug overdoses in the US declined by 5.1 percent in 2018, according to preliminary official data released Wednesday, the first drop in two decades.

The trend was driven by a steep decline in deaths linked to prescription painkillers.

"The latest provisional data on overdose deaths show that America's united efforts to curb opioid use disorder and addiction are working," Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said, though he cautioned the epidemic would not be cured overnight.

The total number of estimated deaths dropped to 68,557 in 2018 against 72,224 the year before, according to the figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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A federal judge confirmed on Wednesday that the Justice Department has ended its investigation into campaign finance crimes committed by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, indicating that no one else will face charges in the case. But Judge William Pauley also announced that, over the government’s objections, he will be making many of the underlying documents in the case public without requested redactions.

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Rand Paul just blocked the 9/11 victim fund because it isn’t paid for — but didn’t care when it was a $1.5 trillion tax cut

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) called for the bill to be passed in the Senate by unanimous consent, but even a single lawmaker’s objection can block the move and slow down the process. The measure is still widely expected to pass, but Paul wants to use the opportunity to complain about the national debt.

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