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'Why are you the only guy who shouts questions?' Biden loses it at CBS correspondent who asked if he'll help get more kids back to school after his COVID task force said classrooms are safe - then tells the press to leave 

 

President-elect Joe Biden got testy with a CBS News reporter who asked him a question on Friday about his plan to get children back into classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The tense exchange took place just as Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were wrapping up a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer in Wilmington, Delaware.

‘In my Oval Office, mi casa, you casa,’ Biden, who turned 78 years old on Friday, is heard telling the senior Democratic Party leaders.

At that point, a Biden aide asked the assembled gaggle of reporters to leave as the photo op concluded.

'Why are you the only guy who shouts questions?'

Tags: Employment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hostility, Journalism, Leaders, Oops, Rejection, Representation

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21-Nov-2020


'That's not the person I want to be': Anderson Cooper says he regrets calling Trump an 'obese turtle flailing in the sun' and has felt 'terrible' about the comments for days 

 

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has revealed he 'regrets' referring to Donald Trump as an 'obese turtle', saying 'that’s not the person I really want to be'.

The TV host bashed the president on Thursday after Trump launched a speech falsely claiming he won the presidential race.

Cooper then said on live TV: 'That is the president of the United States. That is the most powerful person in the world. And we see him like an obese turtle on his back flailing in the hot sun, realizing his time is over.'

'Other people can be that person on Comedy Central or whatever but that’s not my job and it’s not the citizen I want to be,' he added.

'That's not the person I want to be': Anderson Cooper says he regrets calling Trump an 'obese turtle flailing in the sun' and has felt 'terrible' about the comments for days

Tags: Apology, Celebrity, Gay, Hostility, Journalism, Judgment, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Politics, TV Gay Swatch?

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08-Nov-2020


Face the Bitter Truth 

 

We don’t yet know the outcome of the election, but its meaning is already clear. We are two countries, and neither of them is going to be conquered or disappear anytime soon. The outcome of the 2016 election was not a historical fluke or result of foreign subversion, but a pretty accurate reflection of the American electorate. The much-discussed Democratic majority that’s been emerging since the turn of the millennium is still in a state of emergence and probably will keep on emerging for years to come. The will of the majority is indeed blocked by undemocratic rules and unscrupulous politicians, but it’s a bare majority without enough numbers to govern. When America finally becomes the promised land dominated by tech-savvy Millennials, its political values will be far from certain.

Many of the most influential journalists and pollsters continue to fail to understand how most of their compatriots think, even as these experts spend ever more of their time talking with one another on Twitter and in TV studios. The local and regional newspapers around the country that could fill in the picture of who we are with more granular human detail continue to die out. All of us, professionals and otherwise, are to some extent prisoners of impermeable information chambers, in which the effort to grasp contrary narratives is morally suspect.

This destruction of the mental commons is potentially fatal to a democracy. Unlike citizens of geriatric autocracies, we lack the cynical habit of learning to live with lies that we don’t compel ourselves to believe are true. As newcomers, we’re suckers for mass disinformation—passionate believers in the most ludicrous stories, instant experts in seizing every piece of data as proof of our chosen truth. One of the winners on Election Night was Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, a follower of the insane conspiracy ideology QAnon. She will sit in Congress alongside Democratic colleagues who, by her lights, engage in child sex trafficking.

Face the Bitter Truth

Tags: Activism, Denial, Environment, Journalism, Lie, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Politics, Regret, Social Media, Treatment

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04-Nov-2020


Jennifer Lawrence Confronted Anderson Cooper For Saying She Faked Oscars Fall 

 

On the list of everyone who’s wronged Jennifer Lawrence (her “Red Sparrow” accent coach, that guy who touched her dog, whoever told her “Passengers” was a good idea, etc.) is a name we’re all familiar with: Anderson Cooper.

See, Lawrence once harbored a long-held grudge against the CNN anchor for claiming she purposefully fell at the Academy Awards back in 2012 when she took home her first Oscar for “Silver Linings Playbook.”

In case you forgot about the trip seen ’round the world, while walking up to the stage during the ceremony to accept the honor, Lawrence nearly fell flat on her face after getting caught in her Dior Haute Couture ball gown.

Jennifer Lawrence Confronted Anderson Cooper For Saying She Faked Oscars Fall

Tags: Celebrity, Gay, Gossip, Journalism, LGBTQ, Portrait, TV Gay Swatch

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23-Oct-2020


Chris Cuomo is threatened with a $500 fine by his apartment building for walking around without a mask despite lecturing his CNN viewers for months on their importance 

 

Chris Cuomo’s New York City apartment building threatened him with a $500 fine in August because he was seen not wearing a mask, despite lecturing viewers for months about the importance of face coverings.

According to an August 6 letter from the building’s management, Cuomo was seen on several occasions without a mask.

Chris Cuomo is threatened with a $500 fine

Tags: Backlash, Bad Daddy, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Health, Journalism, Masks, Neighbor, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Respect, Safety, Threat, Uncool, Unruly Child

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21-Oct-2020


'The media is not your friend': CNN host Chris Cuomo is caught in secret recording with Michael Cohen denying rampant sexual harassment rumors and asking 'do I look like the kinda fucking guy who has to do that?' 

 

CNN host Chris Cuomo has been caught in secret recordings, lamenting and denying apparent rampant rumors of sexual misconduct in a phone conversation with President Donald Trump's disgraced former attorney Michael Cohen.

'I'm always careful when I talk to media,' Cuomo says on the recording, which was released by Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night, before launching into a tirade.

'Do you know how many fucking phone calls I've gotten from ABC, who say that reporters are calling and lying about things they heard about me, to try and get stories about me when I was at ABC,' Cuomo said, referencing his prior stint as chief law and justice correspondent at ABC News.

Cuomo went on: 'Women who do work there, saying "Oh yeah you known, some of these men" and naming me with other guys, "you know he bumped into me once in the elevator, and he put his hand on my shoulder and he made me really uncomfortable." I mean what the fuck?'

'It's a problem,' says Cohen, to which Cuomo blasts back: 'I always told you, the media is not your friend.'

'The media is not your friend': CNN host Chris Cuomo is caught in secret recording with Michael Cohen denying rampant sexual harassment rumors and asking 'do I look like the kinda fucking guy who has to do that?'

British Comedian James Veitch Accused Of Rape By Several Former College Students

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'Fredo must go!': Trump calls on CNN to fire Chris Cuomo after secretly recorded call with disgraced attorney Michael Cohen was leaked in which the TV anchor can be heard denying sexual misconduct allegations

Actress claims Chris D'Elia masturbated in her car and asked her to 'touch him' after he asked her for a ride home - as two more women accuse the comedian of exposing himself to them

Tags: Accusation, Arrest, Backlash, Celebrity, Charge, Choices, Denial, Employment, Journalism, Minors, Parental Crime, Parties, Politics, Privacy, Rape, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Sports, Termination, Threat, Youth

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02-Sep-2020


The murder spike in big US cities, explained 

 

As if a Covid-19 pandemic wasn’t bad enough, the headlines suggest America is in the middle of a new wave of homicides — from New York City to Chicago to Minneapolis.

The data backs up the headlines, suggesting that homicide numbers are significantly higher in at least some major US cities. But it’s not clear if this is part of a nationwide phenomenon, or if it’s something isolated to urban centers, because we don’t have good data outside the large cities. To make matters more confusing, other types of crime, including violent crime overall, appear to have decreased in many of the same cities.

Still, there’s enough in the three data sets to draw some conclusions: At least in major US cities, homicides are up overall this summer — in some cases, significantly higher. But other kinds of crime, including violent crime overall, aren’t up and may actually have decreased so far this year. There was also a brief spike in burglaries in major cities starting in late May, an increase that was so brief and contained to specific cities that experts told me it was likely due to riots and looting surrounding some Black Lives Matter protests.

Beyond the pandemic, police are going to have more trouble fighting crime — including any current or future spikes — if large segments of the community don’t trust them. That’s where police reform comes into play. It’s a complicated topic, separate from a possible spike in violence this year. But, in short, experts say police should, at a minimum, show the communities they serve that they understand the concerns, acknowledge mistakes, and will change how officers are deployed and targeted.

Otherwise, there’s a good chance that protests against police will flare up, just as they did from 2014 to 2016 and have again this summer. If protests lead to more violence — whether by leading to depolicing, or sowing and exposing distrust in law enforcement — that’s going to create public safety problems.

The murder spike in big US cities, explained

Teen who rallied to remove police from Chicago schools is tragically shot to death

Tags: Coronavirus, Crime, Journalism, Murder, Police, Protest, Survival, Threat, Unity, Violence

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03-Aug-2020


Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression 

 

Showtime Boxing returns tonight (August 1st) from Uncasville, CT with a vacant WBO bantamweight title between Tramaine Williams and Angelo Leo as the main event, but the broadcast will not feature Paulie Malignaggi’s analysis. In fact, Showtime has axed Malignaggi altogether.

Boxing Scene first reported that the retired former world champion was removed from Showtime Boxing broadcasts for comments he made back in April in an IFL TV interview that he apparently refused to apologize for. When the apology wasn’t issued, Showtime gave Malignaggi the boot. Abner Mares will take his place at least for tonight’s broadcast.

Now we get to Paulie. He directly addressed Haney’s comments by saying that through boxing history, the sport has been dominated by different racial/ethnic groups, and he claims that African-American fighters are no longer the dominant force in boxing like they were in the 30-50 years ago.

Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression

Tags: Celebration, Employment, Entertainment, Journalism, Judgment, Opinion, Overreaction, Protest, Racial Tension, Rejection, Society, Sports, Termination

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01-Aug-2020


Riots, Not Protests: The Media Is Gaslighting You / Opinion 

 

Bad-faith media members tell you civil unrest in American cities are really peaceful protests. And when they do actually acknowledge violence, some media frame it as a direct result of President Donald Trump.

You are being lied to. It's an audacious attempt to gaslight the American public, as some media continue their effort to help defeat President Trump.

The Pacific Northwest is under siege. Nightly, riots overtake Portland. In Seattle, there were three costly and dangerous riots over the course of just a week. People are getting injured, and both businesses and public buildings are being destroyed or vandalized. And the media is pretending it's not really happening.

I've covered the demonstrations and they're anything but peaceful. But you don't have to be in Seattle or Portland to understand what's going on. A casual Twitter search yields video after video after video after video of the violence.

So why are we being told the violence isn't happening? It's part of a strategic campaign to push back against Trump's re-election.

Newsweek

Tags: $, Activism, Americans, Anguish, Chaos, Denial, Destruction, Hypocrisy, Journalism, Opinion, Parental Crime, Politics, Protest, Riots, Truth, Violence

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30-Jul-2020


John Oliver Wants CNN to Stop Being Such ‘Fucking Prudes’ About Everything 

 

The coronavirus took the week off from infecting John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight monologues, with the host instead focusing on how a certain cable news network has been covering the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests: CNN and, in his opinion, not well. Not OAN levels of bad, but still … meh. Discussing how a Navy veteran was beaten and showered in pepper spray by federal agents in Portland last week, Oliver mocked CNN’s decision to show the entirety of the unprovoked violence, but chose to blur the man’s middle fingers when he flashed them to the agents in the aftermath. “That is intense and, frankly, says so much about this country right now,” he explained. “CNN will show federal agents treating a human being like a piñata and censor the same man for rightfully telling those agents to fuck the fuck off. Look, we’re already witnessing the rapid decline of American civil liberties here... (incomplete)

Vulture

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Criticism, Environment, Etiquette, Exploitation, Honesty, Journalism, News, Politics

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27-Jul-2020


Why it is Important to Tell the Truth 

 

Truth is something that many of us are taught from a young age. It is always better to tell the truth. This same concept holds true in journalism. In order for a journalist to gain respect,credibility and trust from their audience, they must report the truth. There are ethical guidelines in place for journalists to follow to enable them to gain trust and respect from their audiences.

Why Tell the Truth?

It is important for journalists to tell the truth because the public depends on them. The public depends on journalists everyday for information going on in their town as well as their country. If the public can't trust journalists to give them true news information, then who can they trust? It is the duty of journalists to take the time to gather true information before they report on a story. Once journalists start reporting on things that are not true, their credibility is lost.

Media Ethics

Tags: Journalism, News, Representation, Social Media, Training, Truth

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19-Jul-2020


Tucker Carlson's top writer resigns after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks in online forum 

 

Just this week, the writer, Blake Neff, responded to a thread started by another user in 2018 with the subject line, "Would u let a JET BLACK congo n****er do lasik eye surgery on u for 50% off?" Neff wrote, "I wouldn't get LASIK from an Asian for free, so no." (The subject line was not censored on the forum.) On June 5, Neff wrote, "Black doods staying inside playing Call of Duty is probably one of the biggest factors keeping crime down." On June 24, Neff commented, "Honestly given how tired black people always claim to be, maybe the real crisis is their lack of sleep." On June 26, Neff wrote that the only people who care about changing the name of the NFL's Washington Redskins are "white libs and their university-'educated' pets."

CNN

Tags: Celebrity, Journalism, Politics, Racial Tension, Racism

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10-Jul-2020


The most dishonest, biased news coverage of our lifetimes — and it’s about to get worse 

 

‘I don’t think I’ve ever seen such dishonest and biased coverage of any event.” That was Brit Hume, who has been covering events for more than 50 years for Fox News, ABC News and investigative reporter Jack Anderson.

The great bulk of Trump’s speech was a celebration of American history, American principles, American leaders. He spoke extensively of the four presidents whose visages were sculpted on the mountain above him and paid tribute more succinctly to others.

He said: “We are the country of Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant and Frederick Douglass. We are the land of Wild Bill Hickock and Buffalo Bill Cody. We are the nation that gave rise to the Wright brothers, the Tuskegee Airmen, Harriet Tubman, Clara Barton, Jesse ­Owens, George Patton — Gen. ­George Patton — the great Louie Armstrong, Alan Shepard, Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali.”

Dark and divisive? Dystopian? Amplifying racism?

What really seems to have raised the press’ hackles was Trump’s dissent from their reverent attitudes toward Black Lives Matter and apparent indifference to those tearing down statues of Lincoln, Douglass, Grant, abolitionists and women’s-rights advocates.

“Angry mobs are trying to tear down statues of our Founders, deface our most sacred memorials and unleash a wave of violent crime in our cities,” Trump said, accurately.

That’s not the message most in the media want voters receiving in the months running up to ­November. TV viewers have been assured Black Lives Matter protests are “mostly peaceful,” even while fires are blazing fiercely within camera view.

Newspaper readers have been assured that those seizing streets and ousting police are promoting, in the Seattle mayor’s words, a “summer of love,” even as their camp becomes the scene of multiple homicides.

NY Post

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Environment, Hypocrisy, Journalism, Politics, Truth

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10-Jul-2020


Georgia teen charged with killing her 66-year-old grandmother 

 

A Georgia teen has been charged with murdering her grandmother, authorities said.

Alisha Kianna Pompey, 17, was arrested early Monday after Fayette County deputies found the teen’s grandmother, 66-year-old Dorothy Pompey, dead in the family’s residence at the Four Seasons Mobile Home Park, The Citizen reports.

Deputies were sent to the location for a medical call, but investigators determined domestic violence factored in the elderly woman’s death, Sheriff Barry Babb told the newspaper.

NY Post

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09-Jul-2020


Bishop: North Carolina priest kept on leave on abuse claims 

 

A Catholic priest in North Carolina will remain on administrative leave after allegations of sexual abuse against him were revealed last year, the Charlotte diocese's bishop said.

Bishop Peter Jugis made the announcement to St. Matthew parishioners in a letter Wednesday, writing that he had accepted the recommendation of the diocese’s Lay Review Board to keep the Rev. Patrick Hoare out of ministry, The Charlotte Observer reported.

Hoare was originally put on administrative leave in December after the diocese received “an allegation against him of child sexual abuse that was said to have occurred in Pennsylvania more than 25 years ago, before Father Hoare entered ministry” the Charlotte Observer quoted Jugis as writing.

ABC News

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Outrage as Indian judge calls alleged rape victim 'unbecoming'

Netflix's 'controversial' erotic drama '365 Days' sparks backlash: Here's why people are talking

Tags: Backlash, Children, Clergy, Complaint, Employment, Film, Hypocrisy, Injury, Journalism, Judgment, Marriage, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Pederasty, Rape, Religion, Sad, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment, Success, Termination, Victims, Video, Woman's Rights, World

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02-Jul-2020




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