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Washington Post editorial board calls out Biden: His actions on oil 'won't lower your gas prices'

Media top headlines November 24 In media news today, a CBS News reporter asks Biden when he will answer reporters’ questions, ‘Experts’ get slammed for cautioning against using the term ‘looting’ to describe California thefts, and false media reporting on Rittenhouse leads to corrections and mockery. The Washington Post editorial board called out President Biden‘s “oil-price two-step” as Americans face ...

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MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow failed to mention career criminal Darrell Brooks during Waukesha parade attack segment

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow made a peculiar decision on Monday when dedicating an entire segment to the horrific Waukesha Christmas parade: She made no reference to Darrell E. Brooks Jr., the career criminal who is accused of killing multiple people by plowing through the crowd.  Waukesha Police Chief Dan Thompson said Monday afternoon that he would refer five counts of first-degree intentional ...

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Watters: Biden's Strategic Petroleum Reserve release 'like bringing 2 Triscuits to Thanksgiving dinner'

President Biden was simply paying more lip service to the inflation and oil price crisis when he ordered the release of 50 million barrels of oil from the United States’ Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Jesse Watters said Tuesday on “The Five“. While 50 million barrels may seem like a large amount of the precious commodity, the nation will use that up ...

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Chrissy Teigen slammed for 'out of reality' post about eyebrow transplants

Chrissy Teigen is facing fan backlash once again. The 35-year-old cookbook author has come under fire over the course of the year for previously cyberbullying other celebrities and has found herself in a similar situation once again. On Sunday, Teigen posted on her Instagram story about receiving an eyebrow transplant, Daily Mail reports, and revealed that she underwent the procedure ...

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Loudoun County sheriff says school district enabled second sexual assault

The Loudoun County sheriff accused the school district’s superintendent of taking actions that enabled a male student who had sexually assaulted a girl in a girls’ restroom to go on to assault another student in another public school. The sheriff also questioned the superintendent’s promised investigation into the assaults.  Loudoun County Sheriff Michael Chapman made these claims in response to ...

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