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‘It’s about time’: Internet celebrates Chris Matthews leaving MSNBC after GQ published #MeToo expose

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On Monday, MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews stunned viewers by announcing his retirement on-air — a move that follows a series of controversies and follows a GQ exposé about his treatment of women, and that reporter Laura Bassett speculates may not have been his choice.

Commenters on social media promptly reacted to the news, many of them registering relief that the MSNBC host was no more, and speculating on who might be brought in to fill his coveted time slot. Some thanked Bassett for coming forward with her allegations against him.

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#MattGaetzIsATool trends on Twitter yet again after GOP congressman gets brutally roasted on Fox News

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During on a segment on Laura Ingraham's Fox News show this Thursday, Democratic strategist Chris Hahn and GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz locked horns over Gaetz's past stunt where he sarcastically wore a gas mask on the House floor during the early days of the coronavirus outbreak.

During the exchange, Gaetz accused Democrats of attempting to use the coronavirus to suppress voters.

"That’s what James Carville was doing when he was saying the people are going to die if they show up and vote," Gaetz said, addressing Hahn. "That was voter suppression coming directly from him — it wasn’t Republicans saying, ‘Don’t vote.’ It was one of your people."

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Christians question woman’s faith on Facebook after her COVID-19 diagnosis: ‘That’s why the virus touched her’

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An Alabama woman was deluged with insults after she announced her COVID-19 diagnosis in a Facebook Live video that went viral.

Shanterica Splunge told viewers that she regretted traveling to Savannah a week before, and she regretted believing she wouldn't catch the highly infectious coronavirus, reported AL.com

“One reason I made my video was because I was so frustrated, seeing people would still go to barbecues and go to church,” said Splunge, of Montgomery. “People think, it’s not going to touch me because I live in a small town or because nobody at the barbecue has it.”

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Longtime Oregon Republican ditches the GOP as he runs for secretary of state

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Rich Vial is a former Republican state lawmaker in Oregon who also served as deputy secretary of state under Republican Secretary of State Bev Clarno. But in this year's race for Oregon secretary of state, the longtime Republican has decided to run as a non-partisan candidate.

"Once presumed a leading contender for the Republican nomination, Vial has decided to eschew the two-party system," Oregon Public Broadcasting reported on Thursday.

“I think voters generally will come to a place where they say that the two-party system is broken and we need to do something different,” he explained to Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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