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Fox News report highlights Buffalo shooter's 'mental health' to explain white racism

Fox News correspondent Nate Foy suggested that a man allegedly planned out a racist shooting rampage in Buffalo, NY because he had "mental health" problems.

In a report broadcast on Sunday, Foy began by noting that accused shooter Payton Gendron "was referred for counseling and a mental health evaluation last June."

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C-SPAN host cuts off profane caller who accuses him of being 'racist' because Buffalo shooter was white

A Republican caller on C-SPAN's Washington Journal program accused host Pedro Echevarria of being a "racist."

During the daily call-in show, Echevarria asked guests to react to a shooting in Buffalo that appeared to be a hate crime where most of the victims were Black.

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Pete Buttigieg nails 'hateful' believers of 'replacement theory' after Buffalo shooting

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg called on public figures to condemn the so-called great replacement theory that is linked to a race-based shooting in Buffalo.

According to reports, an 18-year-old white supremacist opened fire on Black customers at a supermarket over the weekend.

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'Those are babies too': Nebraska's GOP governor plans to outlaw abortion exceptions for rape and incest victims

During an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union," Gov. Pete Ricketts (R-NE) made it perfectly clear that, if Roe v Wade is overturned by the conservative Supreme Court as expected, he doesn't want to see any exceptions made for victims of rape or incest.

Speaking with host Dana Bash, the lawmaker brushed aside concerns about victims of horrific crimes being forced to give birth.

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Maria Bartiromo complains Joe Biden's 'name-calling' is going to make MAGA a 'dirty word'

Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday complained that President Joe Biden is trying to make former President Donald Trump's MAGA slogan a "dirty word."

During an interview with Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN), Bartiromo noted that Biden has recently referred to extremist Republicans as "ultra MAGA" followers.

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'Never say never': Melania Trump says White House could be her home again

Former First Lady Melania Trump hinted that she could call the White House "home" again in the future.

In an interview with Fox News that aired on Sunday, Trump reflected on her four years in the White House,

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Roger Stone elaborates on the 'satanic portal' he claims is visible above the White House

Notorious GOP dirty trickster and longtime Donald Trump advisor Roger Stone believes there is a portal to hell that is visible above the White House.

In April, Right Wing Watch reported, "“Elijah Streams” is a daily program produced by the Elijah List, a website with a mission to “'ind and publish the most credible prophetic words possible.' Generally, the content produced by both the website and the livestream program consists of wild conspiracy theories, often about how God is supposedly working to save the United States through modern-day 'prophets' and former President Donald Trump."

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SNL imagines Nicolle Wallace's coverage of Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard trial

NBC's "Saturday Night Live" covered the trial of Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard with repeated jokes about the poop emoji in its opening skit.

"Good evening, I am Nicolle Wallace and you're watching MSNBC news because you have nowhere else to place your anger," Kate McKinnon said. "Tonight, political fallout from the recent January 6th subpoenas, updates on the Russian helicopter taken down by Ukraine plus a nationwide shortage of baby formula."

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'Blatantly racist' element of society is a domestic terrorism threat: Buffalo's congressman

The congressman who represents Buffalo, New York in Congress warned of racist domestic terrorism after an 18-year-old white man allegedly murdered ten people at a mass shooting being investigated as a hate crime.

The suspect reportedly wrote a 106-page manifesto pushing the racist "Great Replacement" conspiracy theory espoused by Fox News personality Tucker Carlson.

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Buffalo shooter's manifesto shows folly of 'lone wolf' theory when there is an 'apparatus of hate': analysis

The existence of a racist manifesto reportedly posted online by an 18-year-old white male before killed ten people in a mass shooting rampage in a Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York shows the limits of a "lone wolf" theory explaining how people are radicalized, a CNN homeland security analyst explained on Saturday.

Juliette Kayyem was interviewed about a 106-page manifesto pushing the "Great Replacement" conspiracy theory that was reportedly written by the suspect whose rampage is being investigated as a hate crime.

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'Pure evil': Buffalo sheriff say mass shooting was a racist hate crime

Authorities in New York held a Saturday press conference after a mass shooting in Buffalo that killed ten people with an assault weapon.

Multiple speakers at the press conference noted the suspect did not live in the community and had traveled hours to commit the shooting.

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Buffalo mass shooter cited racist 'Great Replacement' conspiracy theory in 106-page manifesto: report

The suspect in a Buffalo mass shooting reportedly live streamed the massacre on Twitch and posted a 106-page manifesto pushing a racist conspiracy theory prior to the attack.

"A man has opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York while live-streaming on Twitch, killing at least 10 people and injuring several others, local officials and witnesses say," BNO News reported Saturday. "A 106-page online manifesto, believed to have been uploaded by the shooter, explained that he was motivated by a conspiracy theory that white people are being replaced by other races. In the document, he says he is 18 years old and a self-described white supremacist and anti-semite."

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'Vile' Ted Cruz slammed for 'hypocrisy' after he chastises Republicans for sucking up to Trump

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) apparently is not pleased with Republican lawmakers who are still sucking up to former President Donald Trump. On Friday, May 13, the Texas senator campaigned for Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick.

During his brief speech at the campaign event, he took aim at "other Republicans."

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