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'Wake up': Jim Acosta blasts Fox News for 'cult of Trump' panic over 'cancel culture'

Jim Acosta continues to harshly criticize Fox News on his new weekend show on CNN.

Last week, Acosta was praised for calling out the network as a "bullsh*t factory." Two weeks ago, he slammed Tucker Carlson as the Fox News "chief white power correspondent."

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Mass shooting reported at Miami mall: report

Authorities are responding to a mass shooting in Florida.

"Three people have been transported to area hospitals following a shooting at Aventura Mall on Saturday afternoon, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. The shooting took place at around 4 p.m. at the mall located in the 19500 block of Biscayne Blvd," CBS Miami reported.

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Trump supporter reveals why she believes his election lies: 'I watched it on TV'

The role right-wing media media played in convincing gullible Trump supporters that he did not lose the election was on full display in a CNN interview broadcast on Saturday.

CNN's Donie O'Sullivan interviewed two Trump supporters in The Villages, a Florida retirement community.

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Kansas coach facing firing after allegedly using racial slur on only Black player on his team

On Saturday, FOX4KC reported that Olathe, Kansas school baseball coach Pete Flood has been suspended after allegedly using a racial slur on a Black team member.

"Tony Banks said his son was listening to rap music during pre-game batting practice when Flood approached him and told him to stop. That's when the racial slur was used," reported Makenzie Koch and Kaci Jones. "'My wife and I were very upset over it, and he wasn't upset. He was bothered and kind of shook by it,' Banks said. 'But we on the other hand said we need to get ahold of someone right now.' The Olathe North dad said his son is the only Black player on the team."

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WATCH: Trump supporters disrupt New Hampshire town council meeting alleging voter fraud

On Saturday, the Associated Press reported on a crowd of 500 angry supporters of former President Donald Trump who showed up to a town selectman meeting in Windham, New Hampshire last week, demanding information on supposed voter fraud that happened in the district — even though they won the legislative races in this area.

"The crowd at the Monday meeting had been fired up by conservative media, which in recent weeks has seized on the town's election results for four seats in the state House as suspect," said the report. "The attention, fanned by a Donald Trump adviser who happens to be a Windham resident, has helped a routine recount spiral, ultimately engulfing the town in a false theory that the national election was stolen from Trump. It doesn't seem to matter that Republicans won all four state House seats in question."

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South Florida police union leader charged in rape case: report

On Saturday, the Miami Herald reported that a Miami-Dade sergeant who ranks high in the local police union has been arrested on rape charges.

"Lt. John Jenkins , who last week resigned as as executive vice president of the South Florida Police Benevolent Association, is charged with two counts of sexual battery, according to Palm Beach Sheriff's jail booking log. An arrest report detailing what happened was not immediately available," reported David Ovalle and Charles Rabin. "Jenkins is also suspended with pay."

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Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley exposed as 'working-class imposters'


The Republican Party is trying to rebrand itself as te party of the working class.

Rubbish. Republicans can spout off all the catchy slogans about blue jeans and beer they want, but actions speak louder than words. But let's look at what they're actually doing.

Did they vote for the American Rescue Plan? No. Not a single Republican in Congress voted for stimulus checks and extra unemployment benefits needed by millions of American workers.

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Watch: A fake Trump supporter tricks Ted Cruz into bragging about his role in pushing the big lie

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was caught on camera bragging that he "led the objections" on January 6 to try to overturn a free and fair election. Cruz has been highlighted, along with U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), as the top leaders who "amplified claims of election fraud" that "resulted in threats of violence against state and local officials around the country," according to an ethics complaint filed by seven Democratic Senators.

Lauren Windsor, who describes herself as an undercover reporter for The Undercurrent and runs a site dedicated to helping victims of Project Veritas, pretended to be a far right wing voter and asked Senator Cruz why he "didn't do more to fight for President Trump on January 6."

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Bill Maher is livid Republicans are no longer the 'fuddy duddy' party

The host of HBO's "Real Time" on Friday blasted Republicans for sex, drugs, and Rock and Roll.

"And finally, new rule, Republicans can't spend decades chastising liberals for being too permissive about sex and drugs and then be completely silent about Matt Gaetz," Maher declared.

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Rick Wilson defends Liz Cheney during profane rant against Republicans on HBO's 'Real Time'

Longtime GOP adman and Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson blasted Republicans on HBO's "Real Time" on Friday.

"One party -- I"m sorry -- is a policy party," host Bill Maher said. "They're wonks."

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Trump is 'intrigued' by challenging Kevin McCarthy to be Speaker of the House in 2023: report

The Speaker of the House of Representatives does not need to be a member of Congress and that fact reportedly intrigues former President Donald Trump.

"One adviser said some have urged Trump to withhold his support for McCarthy to be the next speaker of the House if Republicans retake the chamber in 2022, and the former president has appeared intrigued by the idea," The Washington Post reported Friday.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene fires up Florida senior citizens with 'Big Lie' that Trump is still president

Controversial QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) pushed the "Big Lie" that Trump won the 2020 election during a Friday evening rally at a Florida retirement community with Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

"God bless you guys," Greene said.

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Watch Florida seniors sing Queen song at Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene rally in Florida

Controversial Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) joined forces on Friday evening to rally Florida seniors living in The Villages retirement community.

The event was billed as an "America First Rally."

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