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Ginsburg Didn’t Tweet About Hillary Clinton

An image of a bogus tweet supposedly from the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about Hillary Clinton began circulating after Ginsburg’s death. Ginsburg does not have a personal Twitter account, and did not author the tweet claiming knowledge of “information that will lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton.”

The most important line in Joe Biden’s inaugural address

About halfway through his inauguration speech, President Joe Biden said something very important about the work of Washington — and how he envisions his presidency.

“Politics doesn’t have to be a raging fire destroying everything in its path,” Biden insisted. “Every disagreement doesn’t have to be a cause for total war.”

Jan. 6 committee faces unprecedented choice of whether to call Republican lawmakers to testify

The leaders of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol are promising a vigorous inquiry into a day they have called a threat to American Democracy, which could lead to an unprecedented legal and political showdown over how to force members of Congress to take the witness stand.
Several congressional Republicans have admitted to having some contact with President Donald Trump during the insurrection or in the days leading up to it, making their testimony potentially key to the panel’s stated goal of being “guided solely by the facts.”

NFL mock draft 2021: Mel Kiper’s new predictions for all 32 first-round picks, including Mac Jones, Trey Lance and three trades

My second mock for the 2021 NFL draft includes a first. This is the first time in my history of doing mock drafts that I’m going to project trades in my projection of picks 1-32.

I’ve always stayed away because it’s impossible to know how teams will maneuver — and what offers they could get — but this quarterback class is too good. I wanted to find fits for the top five in the class. So after I waived the no-trades clause for Todd McShay’s latest mock draft, I figured it was time to make a few deals myself. You’ll find explanations for all three of my deals below.

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Campbell, P. – Ind (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Parris Campbell, WR, Indianapolis Colts (6/23) Advice: Since the Colts selected him 59th overall in 2019, Campbell has managed to play in just nine games due to injuries. In 2020, it was a knee injury suffered in the second game of the year that kept him out the rest of the season. You can still look back at his excellent senior season at Ohio State (90 catches, 1,063 yards and 12 touchdowns) for a sense of what he might be capable of, but unfortunately we just haven’t gotten to see much of that in the NFL so far. Campbell should go undrafted in most leagues, but he could be worth a late-round flier in deeper leagues as a post-hype sleeper. (
ADP: 10.11 — 16.03
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Born: July 16, 1997, Akron, OH

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Dolphin Excursions Hawaii

We had an incredible time today with Lexy and Mandy out on the boat. They navigated us to be able to see whales, then swim with turtles and dolphins. The trip felt very safe (Covid-related) and they were knowledgeable and helpful. I highly highly recommend it!!

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.

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. (
ADP: 1.03 — 15.11
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Born: March 9, 1998, Martinez, CA

Voting Conspiracies

Q: Is it true that there were more votes than voters in Wood County, Ohio, and St. Lucie County, Fla., and that Obama lost every state with photo ID laws?
A: No. A viral email that makes those claims is bogus. It fabricates Ohio and Florida results. Also, Obama won four of the 11 states with photo ID laws.

Henry, H. – NE (TE)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Hunter Henry, TE, New England Patriots (6/23) Advice: Hunter Henry’s Fantasy prospects seem very different now that he’s with the Patriots. While New England’s offense figures to be a little more pass friendly in 2021, Henry is one of several new parts of this offense. Competing for targets is nothing new for Henry, who had a career-best 6.6 per game in 2020 with the Chargers. However, in 55 career games, Henry has scored 21 times and has just 13 outings with at least 70 yards. His PPR per-game average tumbled from 12.1 to 10.0 last season, and with 10 career catches on passes 20-plus yards downfield, he’s never been a legit deep threat. If you’re starting Henry, you’re hoping he scores, and in this version of the Patriots offense, that’s tough to count on from week to week. Henry is no better than a late-round flier with uncertain expectations — don’t take him until Round 11 at the earliest. (

Elliott, E. – Dal (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys (6/23) Advice: Ezekiel Elliott might not be the same elite Fantasy option he was at the start of his career, but he can still be among the best players at his position. And he’s worth drafting with a first-round pick in all formats. The best argument for Elliott is the way he performed when Dak Prescott was healthy. In the first five games of the season with Prescott, Elliott scored at least 20 PPR points in four of those outings. He had five games of 11-plus PPR points over his next 10 outings (he didn’t play in Week 15 because of a calf injury), and it was clear he missed Prescott and a competent offensive line, which was also banged up. With everyone healthy around Elliott, he should rebound and play at a high level again. The earliest you should draft Elliott is No. 5 overall in all leagues. (
ADP: 1.01 — 2.01
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Born: July 22, 1995, Alton, IL

Jefferson Jr., V. – LAR (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Van Jefferson, WR, Los Angeles Rams (6/23) Advice: Van Jefferson will compete for playing time this preseason but will likely wind up as a top backup for the Rams. He’s a true route-running technician but probably won’t see a lot of snaps unless something befalls one of the receivers ahead of him on the depth chart. If it happens, we could see Jefferson blossom into a decent PPR reserve. He’s worthy of a stash in long-term formats but otherwise shouldn’t be drafted. (
ADP: 13.04 — 15.08
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Born: July 26, 1996, Jacksonville, FL

This is the most unhinged Trump rant about the 2020 election yet

Donald Trump has set a pretty high bar for himself when it comes to wild rants. And yet, over the weekend in a speech to Turning Point Action in Arizona, he managed to outdo himself.

Words – or at least my words – can’t do it justice. So, here’s the former President of the United States:

“The county has, for whatever reason, also refused to produce the network routers. We want the routers, Sonny, Wendy, we got to get those routers, please. The routers. Come on, Kelly, we can get those routers. Those routers. You know what? We’re so beyond the routers, there’s so many fraudulent votes without the routers. But if you got those routers, what that will show, and they don’t want to give up the routers. They don’t want to give them. They are fighting like hell. Why are these commissioners fighting not to give the routers?”

Edwards, B. – LV (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Bryan Edwards, WR, Las Vegas Raiders (6/23) Advice: Rangy second-year receiver Bryan Edwards might have a shot to help the Raiders offense this season. Unlike speedsters John Brown and Henry Ruggs, Edwards gives Las Vegas a big, physical target along the outside. That combined with any progress he makes this summer should put him in position to at least compete for some solid playing time. Edwards was a polished, savvy receiver coming out of South Carolina, but one with a litany of injuries. Staying healthy is also a factor. We’d speculate on Edwards with a late pick in the deepest of seasonal leagues and with a late pick in Dynasty/keeper start-up drafts. (

The Hidden History of Trump’s First Trip to Moscow

It was 1984 and General Vladimir Alexandrovich Kryuchkov had a problem. The general occupied one of the KGB’s most exalted posts. He was head of the First Chief Directorate, the prestigious KGB arm responsible for gathering foreign intelligence.

Kryuchkov had begun his career with five years at the Soviet mission in Budapest under Ambassador Yuri Andropov. In 1967 Andropov became KGB chairman. Kryuchkov went to Moscow, took up a number of sensitive posts, and established a reputation as a devoted and hardworking officer. By 1984, Kryuchkov’s directorate in Moscow was bigger than ever before—12,000 officers, up from about 3,000 in the 1960s. His headquarters at Yasenevo, on the wooded southern outskirts of the city, was expanding: Workmen were busy constructing a 22-story annex and a new 11-story building.

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