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Elon Musk blasts San Francisco's 'far left' views on Twitter as advertisers flee


For all of Elon Musk’s promises to advertisers that San Francisco tech company Twitter would be “politically neutral” under his ownership, Musk has veered into explicitly conservative territory in recent days.

Now, he’s brought his criticisms to a common right-wing punching bag: San Francisco. In a tweet Wednesday afternoon, after Thiel Capital managing director Eric Weinstein accused pre-Musk Twitter of "shadow banning" and manipulating “the world’s online conversations,” Musk griped about the purported political views of pre-takeover Twitter.

“It has been really bad,” he said. “Far left San Francisco/Berkeley views have been propagated to the world via Twitter.”

Surgeon General under Trump is struggling to find a job ...ha ha!

Kissing trump azz doesnt pay. Isnt this the guy that said trump was in better health than his much much younger self.


In an interview with the Washington Post, one of Donald Trump's former Surgeons General expressed frustration with the path his career has taken due to his ties to the former president that took place during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the report notes, Dr. Jerome Adams and his wife have pinned his struggles to find a landing spot commensurate with his experience on what they call they call the "Trump Effect" which is not abating now that the former president has launched a third run for the presidency.

According to the report, "It followed them from Washington to their home in the Indianapolis suburbs. They felt it when he was exploring jobs in academia, where he would receive polite rejections from university officials who worried that someone who served in the administration of the the former president would be badly received by their left-leaning student bodies. They felt it when corporations decided he was too tainted to employ."

In an interview, he explained that Trump is “a force that really does take the air out of the room,” before adding, "The Trump hangover is still impacting me in significant ways.”

As the Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia wrote, "The former surgeon general’s predicament underscores one of the givens of today’s political environment: Association with Trump becomes a permanent tarnish, a kind of reverse Midas touch. Whether indicted or shunned or marginalized, a cavalcade of former Trump World figures have foundered in the aftermath of one of the more chaotic presidencies in modern American history."

DC woman calls uber driver slave and n-word and hits him

And hits him...Now 5 million have seen it.



If Donald Trump's tax returns showed the level of success that he has claimed for decades, he would


Putin's war grows 'catastrophic' as he recently deployed a unit 'with no food and no socks'


Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine is growing more "catastrophic" for the Russian military, which has been losing territory in the country for the past several months.

In an interview with The Daily Beast, United Kingdom Defense Secretary Ben Wallace outlined just how poorly things are going for Russia while also urging the Ukrainian military to keep pressing and maximize its advantages.

"A Russian unit was recently deployed with no food and no socks, and not many guns," Wallace told the publication. "That is catastrophic for a person going in the field... The Russians have scale, but are not very good. Well, most of the good ones are dead."

Wallace went on to describe the Russian strategy as being one giant "meat grinder" and he argued that "only a nation that does not care for its own people could send 100,000 of its own people to be either dead, injured, or deserted."

Monty Python's Eric Idle says he hates conservatives: 'they're horrible people' 'I hate them intense


Monty Python's Eric Idle blasts anti-woke comedians, says he loathes conservatives: 'I hate them intensely'


Swisher asked, "How do you look at cancel culture today, because now everybody is watched under great scrutiny," asking if Idle had seen the recent Dave Chappelle's monologue on "Saturday Night Live."

"What do you think of the comedians like Dave Chappelle, for example, who’s saying that he’s being subjected to censorship?" she asked.

Idle appeared to disregard Chappelle’s claim that cancel culture is a phenomenon because, "Well where does he say it? On SNL," later adding, "Well you’re not being that much canceled, are you? If you were in your room complaining I’d have a lot more sympathy."


"I grew up in that world," he said, explaining that he was a "war baby" from World War II, noting that fascism was "very real to us, fascism-what can happen if you let one person take over a country, so that still rings very strongly with me in my soul."

He also slammed conservatives in his own country, "I hate them intensely, I’ve always hated conservatives, I’m afraid to say I’m very prejudiced against them, they’re horrible people."

Surprise!! Walmart shooter displayed threatening / odd behavior before


In the past, Prioleau said, Bing could be "condescending when he spoke to us. He didn't have good communication skills. He was quite mean to a lot of us."

Shaundrayia Reese, who worked with Bing from 2015 to 2018, described him as a loner.

"He was always saying the government was watching him. He didn't like social media and he kept black tape on his phone camera. Everyone always thought something was wrong with him," Reese said.

A video Reese says she took in 2016 shows a man she identifies as Bing talking to people before realizing he's being filmed and walking away.

"He didn't like to be recorded," Reese said. "He was always scared that the government was listening."

Joshua Johnson, who worked as a maintenance worker at the store until 2019, also told CNN that Bing had previously issued ominous threats if he ever lost his job.

"He said if he ever got fired from his job he would retaliate and people would remember who he was," Johnson said.

Dad of Colorado shooter was UFC fighter then porn star, featured on Intervention


details about Aldrich’s biological father, Aaron Brink, who once fought for the UFC.

Brink was encouraged to complete in mixed martial arts by former UFC champion Tito Ortiz, who was his old friend from high school. He debuted in 1998, shortly after serving time in prison on drug charges, and compiled a 3-1 record by the time his son was born two years later. Within a matter of months, Brink went on to face debuting fighter (and future UFC champion) Andrei Arlovski at UFC 28.

Brink also performed as a pornographic actor for Vivid Entertainment and other mainstream entities using the stage name Dick Delaware. According to IMDb, it was adult films which led him to start habitually using drugs like crystal methamphetamine. In 2009, he appeared on the A&E reality show Intervention, where his family and friends confronted him about his drug use.
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