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Chris Cuomo Criticizes President Trump for Taking off His Mask at the White House

President Trump returned to the White House from a three-night stay at Walter Reed National
Military Medical Center after testing positive for COVID-19.

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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo made it known that he would not share video footage of President
Trump removing his mask on a balcony at the White House.

“He didn’t just walk in the White House one time with no mask tonight. He had his video crew
capture that stupid scene again so he could put out propaganda,” Cuomo said.

This statement led many conservative commentators to dig up a past behavior from the early
stages of the COVID-19 pandemic that showed hypocritical behavior from Cuomo.

President Trump returned to the White House from a three-night stay at Walter Reed National
Military Medical Center after testing positive for COVID-19.

Meanwhile, back in April, Cuomo broke his quarantine after a Long Island, N.Y., bicyclist filed a
police report after a heated exchange with the CNN anchor. The incident occurred in front of a
Hamptons home under construction on Easter Sunday, and the bicyclist, who later identified
himself as David Whelan, stated that Cuomo was not living at the house or wearing a mask.

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Elon Musk Acknowledges Twitter Made An Error Restricting Matt Walsh’s Documentary

“This was an error committed by numerous individuals at Twitter. “It is definitely allowed,” said Musk.”

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Elon Musk addressed reports on Thursday stating that Twitter had supposedly terminated an agreement with The Daily Wire to broadcast “What Is A Woman?” He acknowledged it as “an error made by numerous individuals at Twitter.”

According to The Daily Wire, following Musk’s acquisition of the social media platform and his commitment to upholding free speech, The Daily Wire pursued an agreement with Twitter to livestream Matt Walsh’s documentary, “What is a Woman?” on the platform’s first anniversary.

“After reviewing the film, though, Twitter let us know that not only could we no longer purchase the package they offered, they would no longer provide us any support and would limit the reach of the film and label it as ‘hateful conduct’ because of ‘misgendering,'” Daily Wire co-CEO Jeremy Boreing said in a tweet thread explaining Twitter’s reversal.

At first, Twitter expressed great enthusiasm for the concept and proposed a package to dedicate an entire page for users to watch the film revealed Boreing. However, the situation took a turn when Twitter requested a screening of the documentary before finalizing the deal.

While being away on a business trip outside the United States, Musk addressed Boreing’s statement by stating, “This was an error committed by numerous individuals at Twitter. “It is definitely allowed,” said Musk. “Whether or not you agree with using someone’s preferred pronouns, not doing so is at most rude and certainly breaks no laws.” 

Despite being overlooked by mainstream media reviewers and its impact on the cultural landscape being disregarded, the revolutionary documentary launched last summer garnered viewership from over 70 countries. In a short span of time,” What is a Woman” rose to become the highest-grossing film for at-home viewing, as reported by Rotten Tomatoes, where audiences awarded it an impressive 97% rating.” After reviewing the film, though, Twitter let us know that not only could we no longer purchase the package they offered, they would no longer provide us any support and would actually limit the reach of the film and label it as hateful conduct’’ because of ‘‘misgendering'” Boreing said in a tweet thread.

Undoubtedly, the documentary played a significant role in igniting a movement aimed at safeguarding children against the detrimental impacts of sex change procedures. In the wake of the film’s premiere and the subsequent advocacy efforts led by Walsh, which shed light on the tragic outcomes associated with so-called” gender-affirming” treatments, no less than twelve states have implemented bans on transgender surgeries for minors.

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Fox News’ Janice Dean Shares Impactful Message on World MS Day

“Dean said she experienced a recent resurgence of symptoms.”

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On World MS Day, Janice Dean, the senior meteorologist at Fox News, shared an impactful message regarding her battle against multiple sclerosis. In a compelling video uploaded on Twitter, Dean expressed, “I wanted to inform you that MS doesn’t manifest itself in obvious ways.”

She referred to it as the “invisible illness” or the “My, you look so well” disease because outwardly, individuals may appear fine, having their hair and makeup done. However, their bodies are internally attacked as the central nervous system, including the brain and spine, is affected. Dean received her diagnosis of this neurological condition in 2005.

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society states that multiple sclerosis is a condition that impacts the central nervous system, encompassing the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. It involves the deterioration of the protective coating known as the myelin sheath surrounding nerve cells, as explained by Mount Sinai.

Consequently, this damage can impede or halt the transmission of nerve signals. Currently, the cause of MS remains unknown, and a cure has not yet been discovered, according to the hospital. However, there are available treatments that can aid in decelerating the advancement of the disease.

Dean said she experienced a recent resurgence of symptoms. Dean stated, “I’ve actually been feeling a flare-up of symptoms as of late. Yesterday, I experienced a sensation akin to sunburn at the back of my neck. It persisted throughout the night, leading to restless sleep, and I’m still feeling it today.”

She emphasized that despite appearing fine externally, with hair and makeup done and a smile on her face during her appearances on ‘Fox and Friends,’ internally, it can be quite challenging and unpleasant. She acknowledged the difficulty of maintaining a cheerful demeanor when the disease can cause such profound discomfort.

“Together, I think we are stronger, and I think even if we don’t have a cure for this, there is certainly the hope that we can stop the progression all together, which would be wonderful,” Dean said in the clip.

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Greg Gutfeld: Sunny Hostin Not Talented, ‘But An Expert in Calling People Racist’

“You forget that she’s also sexist.”

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Commenting on other members of the media is a staple of Fox News’s late-night show Gutfeld! Wednesday night, host Greg Gutfeld took aim at Sunny Hosting of The View

Earlier in the week, Hostin said on the ABC daytime show that “white women, in particular, want to protect this patriarchy.” She suggested that it is a group that votes only to please their husbands.

“Take, that people who say she’s racist. You forget that she’s also sexist,” Gutfeld said on his show. 

In his mind, there is a much simpler, less nefarious explanation. People tend to marry people with similar opinions and values.

Hostin used to be a regular presence on Fox News. Following an impressive legal career, she was part of a regular segment on The O’Reilly Factor called “Is It Legal?”. The segment featured Sunny Hostin squaring off with Bill O’Reilly and Megyn Kelly discussing the legalities and implications of news of the day. She then moved to CNN. Hostin has been with ABC in a variety of roles since 2016.

None of that impresses Greg Gutfeld though. He told his audience that Hostin’s take on how white women vote is proof that there is not much to her.

“The bottom line, she managed to take a general observation that spouses of any stripe stick together and make it only about whites. And why? Because what else does she have? Nothing. She’s not funny or smart or interesting, but she’s an expert in calling people racist. So congrats on that.”

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