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Bitter Fox News fans pitch a fit after US women and Rapinoe win the World Cup

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While most of America was celebrating the U.S. Women’s National Team’s record-setting fourth World Cup Championship win, some Fox News fans were bitterly stewing over the fact that team co-captain Megan Rapinoe scored the first of the two goals that would keep the cup in the U.S.

Rapinoe, who is openly gay, has become a sore point for fans of President Donald Trump after she told a reporter that there was no “f*cking” way she would go to the White House if invited — which has naturally made her a target of Fox News viewers.

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On the Fox News website, under a story entitled, “US women’s soccer team wins second straight World Cup title, fourth overall,” they vented their frustration that Rapinoe was once again the hero for the U.S. Team with a collection of anti-LGBTQ slurs.

You can view the ugliness below:

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Twitter baffled at Trump’s tirade over Roger Stone’s sentencing

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Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of Donald Trump, is facing sentencing this Thursday in a Washington federal court after being convicted in November of lying to Congress and witness tampering. In a Twitter rant this morning, Trump lamented Stone's predicament, saying he's being unfairly targeted while figures like James Comey and Hillary Clinton have escaped justice.

"'They say Roger Stone lied to Congress,'" Trump tweeted while sending a shot at his least favorite network, CNN. "I see, but so did Comey (and he also leaked classified information, for which almost everyone, other than Crooked Hillary Clinton, goes to jail for a long time), and so did Andy McCabe, who also lied to the FBI! FAIRNESS?"

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‘Righteous prosecution’: DOJ lawyers ignore Barr’s new guidelines and recommend jail time for Stone

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Four prosecutors in the Roger Stone case resigned when the Justice Department took over the sentencing of Stone and rewrote their memo.

Now, however, the DOJ is still arguing that Roger Stone belongs in jail.

It's a strange turn as the new prosecutor in the case essentially ignored the change in sentencing memos, despite Judge Amy Berman Jackson grilling him about the change.

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Legal experts shocked as DOJ lawyers rebel against Bill Barr’s new Roger Stone sentencing guidelines

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The new prosecutors in the Roger Stone case still seem to be ignoring the re-write of the sentencing memo, according to those watching the trial unfold.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson told the courtroom Thursday that she reviewed government sentencing recommendations from both the prosecutors who resigned last week and the supervisor who rewrote the memo.

"I note that the initial memo has not been withdrawn," she said.

"There was nothing in bad faith with the initial prosecution team’s recommendation," said Crabb.

"It’s not about bad faith. It was fully consistent with current DOJ policy, wasn’t that true?" Berman Jackson asked.

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