(noah) I wish I were making this up.
(Ashe Schow) Actor Johnny Depp has lost his libel case against his ex-wife Amber Heard and British Tabloid The Sun, though Depp’s lawyers say they will appeal the judge’s decision.
(Paul Bois) Rapper Cardi B and her sister, Hennessy Carolina, have reportedly been slapped with a lawsuit after the pop icon denounced “racist MAGA supporters” in a video.
(Henry Makow PhD) Paris Hilton represents everything that is phony about popular culture. Her confession that her “brand” is a lie is noteworthy.
(Amanda Prestigiacomo) On Sunday, conservative commentator Candace Owens posted a short clip of her appearance on Ben Shapiro’s “Sunday Special” in which Owens adamantly supported Shapiro’s take on rapper Cardi B’s vulgar hit song “WAP,” adding that the Democratic Party was “pandering” when they arranged for the rapper to have a sit-down interview with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
(The Vigilant Citizen) Nearly every year, I publish an article about the VMAs because they always perfectly sum up the various toxic agendas that are being pushed by the occult elite. However, this year, I completely forgot about the VMAs. And, apparently, a lot of people did too because this year’s ratings hit an all-time low. Indeed, ratings dropped 5% compared to 2019, which was also an all-time low. In fact, the VMAs have been hitting all-time lows every year for the past three years.
(Ryan Saavedra) Individuals who allegedly were part of the massive hack that brought Twitter to its knees on Wednesday claim that they paid a Twitter insider to help them hijack the Twitter accounts of numerous high-profile figures.
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(Brian C. Joondeph) Cancel culture refers to the popular practice of withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive. It may be an innocuous word or tweet from years ago, that through the long memory of social media can resurface, leading to public group shaming of […]
The Sports Industrial Complex [Part 2]: Exposing the Cover Up with Larry Gaiters (Video)
(Amanda Prestigiacomo) On Friday, former San Francisco quarterback and multi-millionaire racial activist Colin Kaepernick announced a new fund to pay for the legal fees of rioters, whom he dubbed “freedom fighters,” destroying often low-income communities and committing acts of violence.
(Joseph Curl) British comedian Ricky Gervais has once again spanked the smarmy Hollywood celebrities who keep lecturing Americans on how they need to behave during the coronavirus pandemic scare.
(The Daily Wire) Comedian Ricky Gervais slammed celebrities who are complaining about having to be locked up in their mansions during the coronavirus outbreak, saying he doesn’t want to hear people “moaning” and that coming from humble beginnings taught him to be thankful for everything he has.
(Justin Deschamps) Rumor has it, celebrities are going nuts during quarantine and the coronavirus pandemic. Some believe that this is because of adrenochrome withdrawal. If you aren’t aware, adrenochrome is supposedly a drug made from tortured people, usually children, that seems to act as a designer drug, improving cognition, making you feel euphoric, and even enhancing longevity. This article isn’t meant to prove if it exists or not. It’s merely to highlight the crazy stuff celebrities are doing while posing the question as to why.
(Jamie White) Shares study called ‘The Role of 5G in the Coronavirus Epidemic in Wuhan China’
(Justin Deschamps) In science, when a correlation exists, it is a good sign there is a connection. That isn’t always the case but it is at least a good enough sign to investigate. Is there a connection between 5G and coronavirus? Yes, there seems to be a cross over between coronavirus cases and the rollout of 5G, as was reported by several non-mainstream researchers (see links below). Despite that basis for investigation, the lamestream media continues to paint anyone taking an honest look at the situation as a “wild conspiracy theorist.” But giving ideas a fair day in court doesn’t make you a conspiracy theorist, it just makes you honest.