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Conservatives lose it over RuPaul drag race contestant’s Chips Ahoy ad

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Despite deriding progressives as “snowflakes” who are offended over every perceived breach of political correctness, it’s often conservatives who complain about pop culture.

On Mother’s Day, Chips Ahoy released an ad featuring Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race, reports LGBTQ Nation.

Conservatives did not appreciate the cameo.

She directed viewers to buy the cookies for “your real mama, your drag mama, whichever mama, somebody, whoever taking care of you, whoever you feel or consider your mama.”

“Chewy, the original, everything under the sun,” Vanjie says in the clip. “So get those cookies.”

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In response, conservatives lost it. “Now I know which cookies brand to not buy,” said one Twitter user.

Another also derided the ad. “I just tossed my cookies!”

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“Was hooked on chips ahoy lately this really helped me get rid of it,” another user wrote.

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“I know what’s hitting the trash can when I get home.” the Grumpy White Guy wrote.

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Republican running against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had lavished praise on her great leadership

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Only one year after her historic victory over Rep. Joe Crowley, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez might face a challenger.

The New York Daily News reports that a Queens Republican who used to support AOC is mounting an election bid to unseat Ocasio-Cortez.

Scherie Murray is a Jamaican immigrant who lives in Queens. She runs an advertising company and identifies as a Republican, the News reports. Murray, in announcing her challenge, accused Ocasio-Cortez of seeking fame at the expense of her constituents.

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Ivanka bashed by CNN guest for jumping into Trump’s racism scandal late and trying to make herself look good

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Appearing on CNN, the author of a piece in The Atlantic on Ivanka Trump's disappearing act whenever her father, President Donald Trump, does something offensive, said the first daughter likes to pick her spots when she can be "part of the show."

Speaking with CNN host Ana Cabrera, journalist Elaina Plott said Ivanka's influence on her father has been overstated since the beginning of his presidency and she moves into the public eye when it benefits her.

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House GOP group wants to pressure Amazon into selling gay conversion therapy books written by long-debunked quack

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A key bloc of House Republicans is planning to put pressure on Amazon to once again start selling "gay conversion therapy" books that the website had previously removed for peddling a dangerous, pseudo-scientific procedure that has been linked to suicide and mental health problems.

Vice News reports that the Republican Study Group issued a handout to its members this week encouraging them to raise concerns about "Amazon censorship" of books written by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, the late clinical psychologist who has been credited with pioneering so-called gay conversion therapy techniques.

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