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New Jersey firefighter suspended over racist Facebook posts about Michelle Obama

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N.J. firefighter placed on leave after racist Facebook posts surface

A Bayonne firefighter has been suspended with pay after racially charged pictures were found on his personal Facebook page. Keith J. Castaldo, a firefighter who has been with the department for more than 25 years, told The Jersey Journal on Friday that his page was hacked.

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‘A damning verdict’: Internet reacts as exit poll shows UK Labour Party suffering worst loss since 1924

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On Thursday, British exit polls showed that Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party is on track for their worst election loss since 1924 — driven in large part by leadership's mixed signals about their stance on Brexit and a series of scandals surrounding anti-Semitic behavior within the party.

In addition to jubilant victory posts from the right, the overwhelming consensus on the internet among those sympathetic to Labour's cause was that Corbyn brought about his party's downfall:

Labour source: “This is a damning verdict on the Corbyn project. If the exit poll is accurate then jeremy Corbyn, Karie Murphy and Seamus Milne will have done more to bring about the end of the Labour Party than the Conservative Party ever could. Their position is untenable.”

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WATCH: Republican Doug Collins storms out of impeachment hearing after angry rant

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The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee stormed out of the impeachment hearing on Thursday after an angry rant.

Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) complained about Democrats arguing lives were lost in Ukraine because of Trump stopping military aid in the middle of their hot war with Russia.

Collins argued Democrats were "besmirching the dead" by entering news reports on the topic into the official record.

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Republican bloviates about withholding Dem’s documents for the record — then quickly backs down when confronted

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Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) had a little tantrum in the House Judiciary Committee Thursday when Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) tried to add documents to the official congressional record. Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) has added, with unanimously consent, whatever both sides sought to enter into the record.

According to CNN's Manu Raju, Swalwell then walked across the dais to Collins and handed the articles to him. One was a Los Angeles Times piece that detailed how Ukrainian soldiers died while battling Russia while they waited on the aid from the United States.

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