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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell wants to launch an e-commerce platform, "MyStore," to rival Amazon. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has another brand new idea — a patriotic e-commerce platform. Speaking on Steve Bannon's "War Room: Pandemic" podcast on Monday, Lindell announced that he was launching MyStore as a "rival to Amazon." The MyPillow website currently features a version of MyStore with 81 products. These include "freedom flags," "freedom coffee", and — somewhat bizarrely — an "uncommon US flagpole."
Persons: Mike Lindell, Steve Bannon's, MyStore, Lindell, Trump, Donald Trump, Joy Trump, haven't, We're Organizations: Amazon, Trump, Twitter, Dominion
'Matt Gaetz wants to date your child' billboard goes up in Florida
  + stars: | 2021-04-09 | by ( Cheryl Teh | ) www.businessinsider.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
A billboard emblazoned with "Matt Gaetz wants to 'date' your child" has gone up in Florida. Gaetz was also the star of other snarky billboards in Florida, one of them mocking his 2008 DUI. A billboard emblazoned with "Matt Gaetz wants to 'date' your child" has gone up in Florida, trolling the beleaguered Florida lawmaker for his federal sex trafficking investigation. Gaetz also starred in previous Mad Dog billboards in Florida. One went up in 2018 that said "Rep. Matt Gaetz: how many DUIs have you had?
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, Gaetz's mugshot, Gaetz's, Joel Greenberg, Greenberg, " Greenberg Organizations: Florida Daily News, Justice Department, Daily Locations: Florida, Crestview , Florida, Soviet
Hunter Biden has reignited a feud with the Trump children, calling them out for getting rich on Trump's dime. In his memoir, Biden says the Trump kids could never get a job outside Trump's business. Hunter Biden has reignited a long-standing feud with the Trump children, calling them out for "(reaping) the benefits of their family name." In his new memoir, "Beautiful Things," Biden calls the Trump kids — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and Eric Trump — out for not being able to get a job outside of their father's business. "We can talk about all of the places where I am supposedly grifting but Hunter Biden isn't….
Persons: Hunter Biden, Trump, Biden, Don Jr, Donald Trump Jr, Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump —, I've, Joe Biden's, Burisma, haven't, Axios, Hunter Biden isn't …, Eric Trump Organizations: Trump, Burisma Holdings, Fox News
More than one defendant in January's Capitol riots has turned on the Proud Boys. Several, including Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, have already flipped. The brotherhood of the Proud Boys is falling apart, as more than one of the Capitol riot defendants has turned on the group's leadership. This is not the first indication that there might be disloyalty within the Proud Boys' ranks. Enrique Tarrio, another well-known Proud Boys leader, was also revealed in February to have been working behind the scenes as an FBI informant.
Persons: Enrique Tarrio, cooperators, Joseph Biggs —, Biggs, Jon Schaffer —, Schaffer, Martin Tankleff, Tankleff Organizations: Proud Boys, Capitol, CNN, Justice Department, Trump, FBI, Reuters, BuzzFeed News, Politico
Hunter Biden said at the height of his addiction, he smoked "anything that remotely resembled crack cocaine" — including parmesan cheese. In response, Donald Trump Jr. took to Instagram to troll Biden with a picture of a lighter and cheese. Hunter Biden has revealed that at the height of his addiction, he found himself picking through rugs, looking for and smoking "anything that even remotely resembled crack cocaine." "I probably smoked more parmesan cheese than anyone that you know," Biden said, adding that he once went 13 days without sleeping, "smoking crack and drinking vodka exclusively throughout that entire time." "Parents, don't let your kids do... um... parmesan," Trump wrote on his Instagram story.
Persons: Hunter Biden, Biden, Donald Trump Jr, Tracy Smith, Trump, Joe Biden's, Beau Organizations: CBS News, CBS, Washington DC, Burisma Holdings Locations: Washington
Matt Gaetz is set to headline a pro-Trump women's gala at a Trump-owned golf resort in Florida this Friday. It appears Gaetz is still very much aligned with Trump, despite the former president remaining silent on the probe. Even as a federal probe into sex trafficking allegations looms over his head, Matt Gaetz is set to headline a pro-Trump, conservative women's gala event held at a Trump-owned Florida golf resort this week. "Rep Matt Gaetz has been a fearless leader in DC. It is unclear if Trump or Gaetz knew that a federal investigation into Gaetz had begun.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, Matt, Trump Organizations: Trump, Save America, Women for America, Trump National Doral, DC, Trump &, for America, DOJ, Justice Department, Washington Examiner Locations: Florida, Miami, Washington
Terry McAuliffe of treating him like Floyd when sexual assault allegations surfaced. Justin Fairfax likened himself to George Floyd and Emmett Till, accusing former Gov. Terry McAuliffe of treating him like Floyd when sexual assault allegations against him surfaced. In February 2019, Fairfax was accused by two women of sexual assault — allegations that he has continually denied. In response to the sexual assault allegations, Fairfax gave an impromptu speech in the state Senate that same month in 2019, comparing himself to victims of lynchings in Jim Crow-era Virginia.
Persons: Virginia's, Gov, Justin Fairfax, Emmett Till, George Floyd, Terry McAuliffe, Floyd, McAuliffe, Fairfax, Fairfax's, Vanessa Tyson, Meredith Watson, Duke University . McAuliffe, Jim Crow Organizations: Democratic, Virginia, Gov, Convention, Duke University Locations: Boston, Virginia, Fairfax, Northam
Filmmaker Cullen Hobart believes he has uncovered the true identity of the QAnon movement's "Q." It was long speculated that Watkins was posing as the shadowy "Q" and had written many QAnon posts. A documentary filmmaker believes he has finally uncovered the true identity of "Q," the shadowy figure behind the extremist QAnon movement. Ron Watkins, the longtime administrator of the 8kun message board, slipped up during an interview with Cullen Hobart, the filmmaker behind the HBO series "Q: Into the Storm." It was basically what I was doing anonymously before, but never as Q," Watkins said to Hobart.
Persons: Cullen Hobart, Ron Watkins, Watkins, Ron, Hobart, Jim Watkins, QAnon —, Trump, QAnon, Anderson Cooper, he's, I'd, wasn't Organizations: Hobart, Capitol, Facebook, CNN Locations: Hobart, 8kun, AC360, Watkins, QAnon
Capitol attack suspect Noah Green's family says he suffered from depression and "repeated head trauma." This head trauma was the result of years of playing football, the family said in his defense. The family of Capitol attack suspect Noah Green has spoken up in his defense, saying that he suffered from depression and "repeated head trauma" from years of playing football. Green's brother said that he was "not a terrorist by any means" and had been studying for his master's degree in business administration. However, the family added that Green suffered from "depression and potential mental illness."
Persons: Noah Green's, Noah Green, Green's, Brendan, Green, — William, Billy, Evans, Louis Farrakhan Organizations: Capitol, AP, Green, Christopher Newport University, US Capitol police, Washington Post, CNN, Facebook, CIA, FBI Locations: Virginia, United States of America
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz says he has been talking to major networks about potential gigs. Gaetz said he had spoken with Newsmax, OANN, and Fox News, among others, about "life after Congress." Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz again teased a possible early retirement from Congress on Wednesday, saying he'd been speaking to executives at popular right-wing news networks to suss out possible gigs. But his job hunt hit an early stumbling block when a Fox News spokesperson said the network had no interest in hiring him. But yes, I've talked to either executives, producers, or hosts at Newsmax, OAN, Fox, Fox Business, Real America's Voice, and probably others I'm forgetting in this moment as I focus intently on refuting false accusations against me," he said.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, he'd, I've, He's, it's, he's, Axios, confidants Organizations: Fox News, Daily, Florida GOP, American News Network, Fox, Fox Business, Real America's, ex, Department of Justice, GOP Locations: Florida, Newsmax
At 28, Austin Li Jiaqi is known as the "Lipstick King" in China. At first glance, Austin Li Jiaqi looks like the boy-next-door: he's always clean-shaven and typically dressed in earth-toned, well-pressed button-down shirts. But when his stream on Chinese e-commerce platform Taobao goes live, a different side of him comes out to play. he claps and proclaims loudly, as millions of followers and ardent fans pour in to see him try lipsticks and other beauty products live. Those lips don't lie: Li's path to becoming China's emperor of e-commerceAustin Li Jiaqi applies lipstick while live-streaming on e-commerce platform Taobao in Shanghai, China.
Persons: Austin Li Jiaqi, Li, We're, Cheung, Li's, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Jack Ma, Lee Organizations: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Weibo, L'Oreal, China Morning Post, Shanghai Bund, Getty, Jing Locations: China, Nanchang, Shanghai, Hermès, Weibo
The MyPillow CEO launched into a long rant on voter fraud on Steve Bannon's War Room podcast. He claimed that Trump will be reinstated in August, saying the "election of 2020 is going bye-bye." Voting-machine maker Dominion is suing Lindell for $1.3 billion for his voter fraud allegations. Mike Lindell is back at it again: launching into a long, conspiracy-theory fueled rant on voter fraud and communism on former Trump adviser Steve Bannon's ''War Room: Pandemic" podcast. "Donald Trump will be back in office in August," Lindell said, gesticulating at the video camera.
Persons: Steve Bannon's, Lindell, Mike Lindell, Trump, Donald Trump, gesticulating, Steve Organizations: Trump, Dominion, Wing
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News he'd use his AR-15 to keep himself safe during a natural disaster. Graham made the statement while arguing against a ban on semi-automatic weapons. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham has once again claimed that he would use his AR-15 to shoot gangs in the event of a natural disaster or a state of apocalyptic lawlessness. The South Carolina lawmaker was responding to questions on Fox News about his stance on semi-automatic weapons and whether they should be banned. "We can ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines in this country once again.
Persons: Sen, Lindsey Graham, Graham, Republican Sen, Chuck Schumer, , Joe Biden, I'm, Biden Organizations: Fox News, Republican, South, Air Force, Washington Examiner, United States Senate Locations: South Carolina, Boulder , Colorado, Atlanta , Georgia
White House chief of staff Ron Klain met privately with AOC and other progressives this week. According to a scoop by Axios, this meeting touched on the filibuster and minimum wage. This meeting signals the Biden administration's willingness to work with more progressive Democrats. According to a scoop by Axios, this closed-door, in-person meeting touched on the filibuster and minimum wage. The filibuster has been a huge obstacle for Senate Democrats who want to pass gun bills through the Senate.
Persons: Ron Klain, Biden, Alexandria Ocasio, Ayanna Pressley, Jamaal Bowman, Andy Levin, Axios, Klain, Pramila, Mitch McConnell Organizations: White, Politico, Congressional Progressive Caucus, Biden White House, Democrats Locations: Alexandria, Cortez
GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz told Fox News his son Nestor had an "abbreviated" spring break at Panama City. Panama City is currently coping with one of the US's most severe COVID outbreaks. Florida lawmaker Matt Gaetz said that he had allowed his adopted son Nestor Galban to go on spring break on Panama City Beach to make up for not being allowed to go to prom or having a "real graduation." He had no real graduation, no prom, and I struggled with whether or not to allow him to enjoy spring break at Panama City beach." According to news outlet WTVM, Panama City has put in place strict spring break laws to abide by COVID pandemic measures and keep the peace.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Nestor, Nestor Galban, Gaetz, Galban, it's Organizations: Fox News, Panama, WFSU Public Media, Miami Beach, People Magazine Locations: Panama City, Gaetz, Florida, a.m
Migrants at the US-Mexico border were seen wearing shirts pleading for Biden to let them in. The shirts read "Biden, please let us in" and mimic the design of Biden's campaign advertisements. Immigrants are gathering at the border, with an unprecedented number waiting to be let into the US. Migrants at the US-Mexico border were spotted wearing shirts that read "Biden, please let us in!" while gathering en-masse in Tijuana, kneeling and praying for US border officials to let them in.
Persons: Biden, Francisca Aguilar Garcia, Aguilar, Gregory Bull, Berta Lidia Caballero Fernandez, Joe Biden, ", George Stephanopoulos, Alejandro Mayorkas Organizations: Wall Street, ABC, United Nations, Refugees, NBC News, El, BBC, Trump, Federal Emergency Management Agency Locations: Mexico, Tijuana, Honduran, Tijuana , Mexico, Honduras, Central America, Guatemala, El Salvador, Carrizo Springs , Texas, Dallas
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