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January 6th Insurrectionists Charged While Ted Cruz & Marjorie Taylor Greene Push Wild Theories

January 6th Insurrectionists Charged While Ted Cruz & Marjorie Taylor Greene Push Wild Theories

Jimmy talks about driving to work this morning and amusing himself during the pandemic, Joe Biden gave an update about the availability of COVID tests, the January 6th Storm Trumpers are finally getting rounded up and the Justice Department charges 11 people with “seditious conspiracy,” Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green and Senator Ted Cruz continue to push bananas conspiracy theories about who was responsible for the insurrection, a new patch is being developed to help men last longer in bed, a collegiate baseball team in Portland is doing damage control thanks to their new mascot, and This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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Trump Shades “Gutless” DeSantis Over Booster Comments & Cannabis for COVID!

Trump Shades “Gutless” DeSantis Over Booster Comments & Cannabis for COVID!

Omicron cases are soaring and researchers at Oregon State University believe they may have found a natural way to fight off the virus, a lot of teachers have been calling in sick and schools are asking parents to come in as substitutes, United Airlines announced that 3,000 of their employees tested positive, the Premier of Quebec is going to start taxing people who refuse to get vaxxed and Canada has some travel recommendations of their own for Americans, Trump stopped by OAN, to vax poetic, slam Joe Biden, and even take shots at his fellow Republicans, Novak Djokovic violated Australia’s vaccine mandate ahead of the Australian Open, Pope Francis was seen out and about in Rome buying a CD at a record shop, and with so many Americans playing doctor these days we took to the street to ask men what they know about women’s bodies.

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Anti-Vax Leader Pushes Drinking Urine for COVID, Guillermo's Deer Antler Spray & Anti-Vax Barbie!

Anti-Vax Leader Pushes Drinking Urine for COVID, Guillermo’s Deer Antler Spray & Anti-Vax Barbie!

There was some early-season drama on the new season of “The Bachelor,” the Golden Globes were not televised this year and they had to announce winners on Twitter, there is a shortage of at-home COVID-19 tests available, anti-vaxhole Christopher Key is touting the benefits of drinking your own urine and after doing some research we discovered that our very own Guillermo has endorsed one of his crazy products, and the folks at Mattel made a mint over Christmas with a twist on America’s all-time favorite doll.

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The 10 Best Movies and Shows Streaming on Hulu Right Now

It can be tough to keep an account of everything running on a multitude of platforms these days: from traditional broadcast and cable to premium networks to a multitude of streaming options, knowing where to find the best TV and movies can be a nearly impossible task. But we are here to help!

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Tucker Carlson’s Christmas Meltdown, Newsmax Requires COVID Vaccines & Trump’s Legal Woes

COVID cases in Los Angeles are up more than 100% in the last week and the Omicron variant is on the rise across the USA, companies are resuming Christmas parties and Newsmax employees must show proof of vaccination, Tucker Carlson is playing the victim in regards to people destroying religious symbols like Christmas trees and Laura Ingraham is lashing out at a totally non-political show – the live versions of “The Facts of Life” and “Diff’rent Strokes,” Hillary Clinton launched a MasterClass on “resilience” largely about losing to Donald Trump, the attorney general of New York plans to subpoena Trump about widespread fraud at his organization, Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin is offering tips to ward off the virus without a vaccine, drug companies are doing their best to cash in on the next generation of anti-vaxxers, and we open up our corona time capsule once again for “This Week in COVID History.”

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Karens Sing Christmas Carols

Karen-mania has been sweeping the country for the last year and a half, and here in Hollywood there is a new musical review across the street called “A Christmas Karen,” so we invited the cast over to give a sample of what they do best.

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Best Trump Documentaries

2022 will surely bring forth the most fascinating documentaries covering Donald Trump — as more facts are discovered and disclosed through the release of books and the J6 Capitol Attack investigation. But, here is our most highly recommended documentaries to date. These documentaries, collectively, portray the true story of America’s most wanted man.

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17 Famous Movie Lines That Were Geniusly Improvised

Improvisation is a sword most actors learn how to wield. However, only the ones who’ve mastered the art can come up with an absolutely killer line on the spot, often making for some of the most memorable movie moments.
Here are 17 iconic movie lines actors came up with on the spot:

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Steven Spielberg’s Daughter Destry Responds to Claims of Nepotism After Ben Stiller Sparks Debate

Steven Spielberg’s daughter, Destry Spielberg, is addressing claims of nepotism when it comes to her upcoming short film, The Rightway.

Earlier this week, Deadline reported that actor Hopper Penn, who is the son of Sean Penn, had joined the cast of the film, which is set to be directed by Destry, 24. The movie is also written by Stephen King’s son Owen King and stars Brian d’Arcy James, whose uncle is the late Blade Runner producer Brian Kelly.
“People can argue nepotism, but I know deep down that I worked hard to get where I am and it wasn’t easy,” Destry Spielberg said.

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The Big Boss Is BACK – Corden Catch-Up

Some of our favorite monologue moments from the week of June 7th, including a return to form for the Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming, James reveals behind-the-scenes secrets, and a sexy plan to get more Americans vaccinated.

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Prison Heat

John Oliver explains how the failure to air-condition prisons can cause both physical and mental health issues for incarcerated people, and why the solution is simpler than you might think.

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Is It Zebra or Zeh-brah? Chorizo or Choritho?

James and Reggie kick off the show with a major vibe and they explore the famous one-name celebrities and check in on the crew’s weekend plans. After, James has a stroke of genius about the news that makes CBS Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming (West Coast) Nick Bernstein very happy. And President Joe Biden’s trip to the United Kingdom leads to James, Ian and Louis Waymouth debating the pronunciation of words.

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Jimmy Kimmel: Trump’s ‘minions are working hard right now to poison the well’

The national embarrassment Jimmy Kimmel has termed “Squattergate” – Donald Trump’s refusal to acknowledge Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election and facilitate the transition of power – sputtered along on Tuesday evening, the day before the deadline for the Trump campaign to request a recount in Wisconsin. The recount for a state Biden won by over 20,000 votes would cost the Trump campaign $8m, “which is why he’s asking his supporters for $16m – a little walking around money on the side,” Kimmel joked.

“The only way Wisconsin is getting $8m from Donald Trump is if it has sex with him 63 times.”

Williams, T. – Det (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Tyrell Williams, WR, Detroit Lions (6/23) Advice: After missing all of 2020 recovering from significant shoulder surgery, Tyrell Williams will vie to be among the Lions’ top receiving options in training camp this summer. It wasn’t too long ago when Williams was a key figure in the Chargers passing game, speeding downfield and using his tall, lanky frame to win contested catches. He was doing that for then-head coach Anthony Lynn, who is Williams’ offensive playcaller now. Detroit figures to be playing from behind a bunch, and even with Jared Goff at quarterback, Williams has a really good shot to post his second-ever season with 70-plus targets. Heck, 100 targets is even in range provided he stays healthy and on the first-team offense through the preseason. Williams carries mild appeal as a bench receiver worth looking at starting in Round 12. (CBSSports.com)
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Ted Cruz implies the US military is too ‘woke’ and ’emasculated’ to compete with Russia

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called the US military “woke” and “emasculated” compared to Russia’s military in a tweet on Thursday.

Cruz based his criticism on a TikTok video comparing a Russian recruitment ad with a US Army commercial. While Russia’s ad featured moody lighting and buff, shirtless men writhing in the dirt, the US Army clip offered an animated telling of the life of US Army Corporal Emma Malonelord, who was raised by a lesbian couple in San Francisco.

Cruz’s office did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for additional comment on the tweet.

Darnold, S. – Car (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Sam Darnold, QB, Carolina Panthers (6/23) Advice: Sam Darnold was traded from the Jets to the Panthers this offseason, and hopefully the change of scenery will help him in Fantasy and reality. Darnold has struggled in three seasons as the starter for the Jets, and his best season was 2019 when he averaged just 17.4 Fantasy points per game. He’s coming off a season-low 11.8 Fantasy points per game in 2020, but hopefully getting improved weapons in Carolina (Christian McCaffrey, D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson and Terrace Marshall), along with better coaching, can help Darnold turn into a quality player. He’s still just a No. 2 Fantasy quarterback in all leagues, and he’s not worth drafting in one-quarterback formats. In two-quarterback and Superflex leagues, Darnold is worth a mid-round selection. (CBSSports.com)
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Packers 7-round 2021 NFL mock draft: Post Senior Bowl Edition

With the Super Bowl yet to be played, it’s, unfortunately, time for the Green Bay Packers to direct their full attention toward the offseason. While the more immediate need is to fill the defensive coordinator position, we’ll take a moment and focus on the all-important 2021 NFL Draft by conducting our own mock draft.

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Trump PACs paid lawyers nearly $8 million as he fought election results and impeachment

Former President Donald Trump’s political action committees combined to spend just over $7.9 million on legal fees, with much of it going toward lawyers who attempted to overturn the 2020 election and defended him during his second impeachment trial.

Four committees linked to Trump made the payments during the first half of 2021, filings show. The Make America Great Again PAC paid out just over $7.8 million of the total legal expenditures. The committee is Trump’s former campaign account. His team turned it into a PAC earlier this year.

Third stimulus check: Will you get a $1,400 check?

President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan would provide a third round of federal stimulus checks to millions of Americans. Yet while lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have expressed support for the proposal, there is less agreement on who should be eligible for the $1,400 direct payments.

Support for Marijuana Growing at the Federal Level

After five states — Arizona, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota — passed ballot measures for marijuana use last week, the drug will soon be legal in some form for 70% of the U.S. population. A third of the country won’t even need a medical excuse. But that’s not the surprise.

Facts Are No Match For Trump Supporters

Apparently, Trump supporters don’t need evidence to make their points. Watch the full special, Jordan Klepper Fingers the Pulse: Into the MAGAverse on Paramount Plus.

Trump’s Bogus Voter Fraud Claims

Donald Trump is citing unsubstantiated urban myths and a contested academic study to paint a false narrative about rampant voter fraud in the U.S. and the likelihood of a “rigged” election.

How to Keep WFH From Messing Up Your Back

Naimish Baxi, M.D., 37, a physiatrist specializing in spine and sports care, has seen an uptick in back pain thanks to pandemic home-office hunching, excess couch time, and overzealous home workouts. Even this assistant professor at Weil Cornell Medical College and physiatrist at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery, has to remind himself to sit right and to lift right. Here’s what he does to keep his back in line:

Harris, N. – Pit (RB)

Najee Harris 2021 Outlook: A Top 10 Fantasy RB (6/23) Advice: Look for Najee Harris to be used early and often. He is going to surpass 1,000 yards rushing and can get close to the LeVeon Bell status as a receiver as well. This makes him an early fantasy pick as the rookie RB most likely to crack the top 10. The run game in Pittsburgh will be back. Harris is a worthy RB2 pick for your fantasy team and should be considered amongst the likes of Austin Ekeler and Chris Carson in the second or early third-round of your fantasy drafts. He will not disappoint you. (RotoBaller.com)
ADP: 1.03 — 15.11
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Born: March 9, 1998, Martinez, CA

RB Michael Carter – 2021 Combine/Draft Scout

2020 PAUL HORNUNG AWARD FINALIST: Michael Carter, Senior running back/return specialist, North Carolina,…Carter played in all 11 games as a big play running back and outstanding pass catcher who also handled kickoff returns. He averaged 8.0 yards per carry (third nationally), 10.7 yards per catch, and 151.6 all-purpose yards per game (13th nationally). Carter was second in the nation with runs of 10+ yards and averaged 10.4 yards per carry in games against teams in the Top 25. He compiled 308 all-purpose yards and two scores against Miami, and 251 all-purpose yards and two scores against Virginia Tech. Carter made the Paul Hornung Award Weekly Honor Roll four times: against NC State, Duke, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech, touching the ball three different ways and accumulating 100+ all-purpose yards and touchdowns in each game. – The Louisville Sports Commission

Chark Jr., D.J. – Jax (WR)

D.J. Chark Jr. Fantasy Football Outlook (2021) (7/9) Advice: There are many trying to figure out the target share for Laviska Shenault, Marvin Jones, and Travis Etienne, but the one who’s the clear-cut No. 1 option on this team is Chark. If Trevor Lawrence turns out to be the real deal, Chark can be the 2021 version of Tee Higgins when he was with Joe Burrow (was the No. 11 wide receiver in eight full games with Burrow). Chark already flashed WR1 potential in 2019 when he racked up 73 receptions for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns with the combination of Gardner Minshew and Nick Foles, so why can’t he be more with Lawrence? The coaching staff is a big question mark, but you don’t draft Lawrence to run the ball 40 times per game. Chark comes with some risk but even more upside. (FantasyPros.com)
ADP: 4.12 — 8.07
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Born: September 23, 1996, Alexandria, LA

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