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Johnson & Johnson. pic.twitter.com/nGC0JadnIM — andi zeisler (@andizeisler) April 12, 2021I posted it with the caption, “Johnson & Johnson. That people searched for the phrase “Johnson & Johnson” to gloat about tweets like mine is a powerful reminder of the human instinct to judge others in an effort to shield ourselves from the breathtaking cruelty of happenstance. And the wags who snarked at my vaccine selfie after the fact. And the wags who snarked at my vaccine selfie after the fact.
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Opinion | Why Tucker Carlson Is Obsessed With Kristen Clarke
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Farah Stockman | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
He went on to call Ms. Clarke anti-Semitic because she hosted Tony Martin, a controversial Wellesley professor, on Harvard’s campus in 1994. Ms. Clarke has since admitted that the invitation was a mistake. More than three dozen current and former police chiefs described Ms. Clarke as a person of “impeccable credentials, character and credibility” in a letter to senators supporting her nomination. The real reason some conservatives want to take down Ms. Clarke is that she’s been an effective champion of voting rights for Black, brown and poor people. And that’s why people like Tucker Carlson are grasping at straws to tank her nomination with lies.
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GOP leadership insists less than 6% of Biden's plan goes to roads and bridges, ignoring EV investments. Amid arguments over the definition of infrastructure, Republicans are making false statements about President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure bill and labeling the Democratic effort as "socialist." "They're talking about an infrastructure bill. "Over 90% of the bill they're proposing has nothing to do with roads and bridges," he continued. "People would expect, if you're gonna have a $2 trillion bill, that it would be all about roads and bridges.
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GOP Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming told Fox News that she would not support Donald Trump if he was the GOP's 2024 nominee. GOP Rep. Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, told Fox News on Wednesday that she would not support former President Donald Trump if he were nominated as the Republican Party's 2024 candidate. "If Donald Trump were the 2024 nominee, would you support him?" Nikki Haley and Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell, who have criticized Trump for instigating the insurrection on January 6, have said they would support Trump should he win the GOP nomination. Earlier this week, Cheney accused Trump of "embracing insurrection," and in January, Cheney voted to impeach Trump.
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The ADL said Carlson has endorsed the white nationalist Great Replacement conspiracy theory. Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch defended Tucker Carlson after the Anti-Defamation League called for him to be fired for promoting a white supremacist conspiracy theory. "As Mr. Carlson himself stated during the guest interview, 'White replacement theory? "Replacement theory is a concept that is discussed almost daily in online forums seething with antisemitism and racism." Insider on Monday reported on Carlson's long history of promoting white nationalist talking points, while also trying to dismiss the reality of white nationalist violence.
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Live Inflation Is Expected to Rise, but Don’t Be Alarmed: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Grab, a Singapore ‘super app,’ plans to be the largest SPAC deal ever. Inflation Is Set to Jump In March’s data, inflation is expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. In March’s data, inflation is expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. An Uneasy Exuberance in the Stock Market It’s been a long, fine run for the stock market, but a great deal of the upswing has depended on low interest rates, and in the bond market rates have been rising. Finding Safety Through Global Diversity Bonds provide ballast in diversified portfolios, damping the swings of the stock market and sometimes providing solid returns.
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Live Inflation Rate Rises as the Economy Reawakens: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks fall over safety concerns tied to Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. Core inflation, which ignores volatile food and energy prices, rose 0.3 percent, up from 0.1 percent in February. Inflation Is Set to Jump In March’s data, inflation was expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. An Uneasy Exuberance in the Stock Market It’s been a long, fine run for the stock market, but a great deal of the upswing has depended on low interest rates, and in the bond market rates have been rising. Finding Safety Through Global Diversity Bonds provide ballast in diversified portfolios, damping the swings of the stock market and sometimes providing solid returns.
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Smartmatic argued in a filing Monday that Fox News shouldn't receive legal journalism protections. Its defamation lawsuit alleges Fox News pushed damaging conspiracy theories about the company. Smartmatic Voting Systems argued in a court filing Monday that Fox News should not have legal protections normally given to journalists, arguing that its defamation lawsuit should move forward. Several Fox News hosts also advanced the conspiracy theories on their own, Smartmatic said, and are individually named as defendants. Fox News is also the subject of a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion, a rival election technology company that conspiracy theorists said was secretly in cahoots with Smartmatic.
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The rhetoric, couched as the “great replacement” theory, has propelled fascistic massacres from New Zealand to San Diego to El Paso, Texas. On Thursday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson seemingly answered whatever questions may remain about his willingness to carry water for these white supremacists. Take the perpetrator of the devastating 2019 massacre in New Zealand, who specifically cited this notion of a “great replacement” in his manifesto, claiming that he was targeting local Muslim populations for one reason: “This is ethnic replacement. This is racial replacement.” One month later, a white supremacist opened fire at a synagogue in San Diego, spinning similar lines. The specific framing of this “great replacement” tracks back nearly a decade to a French author named Renaud Camus, centered on concerns about nonwhite immigration into Europe.
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson has said the threat of white nationalism is a hoax, or exaggerated. Carlson has sought to downplay the threat from white nationalism, while also, say critics, continuing to push white nationalist narratives about migration and liberal elites. But when applied to downplaying the threat of white nationalist violence, it's a view that's imperiled lucrative advertisement deals on his show in the past. Despite his stated opposition to racism, critics see in Carlson's comments disturbing echoes of white nationalist narratives. And it's a key factor, he said, holding the Republican Party back from attempting to seriously confront the threat from white nationalist extremism.
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Rep. Liz Cheney criticized a speech by former president Trump at a GOP eventShe said Trump was continuing to use language that "provoked violence" on January 6. Rep. Liz Cheney criticized former president Donald Trump for continuing to use the incendiary rhetoric that she claims provoked the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. Cheney was responding to a wild speech Trump gave at a Republican fundraiser which he hosted at his Mar-a-Lago resort Saturday. In an interview with CBS News the following day, host Margaret Brennan asked Cheney if Trump was the "best messenger for the party" following his speech. Drawing a contrast between Trump and her preferred approach, Cheney said: "As a party, we need to be focused on the future.
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Greg Abbott claimed the state of Texas is "very close" to herd immunity. Greg Abbott's claim that the state of Texas is "very close" to herd immunity has been dismissed by a leading expert, who said there was "no way on God's green earth that Texas is anywhere even close to herd immunity." I don't know what herd immunity is but when you add that to acquired immunity, it looks like that could be very close to herd immunity," he said. Dr. Antony Fauci, the leading US infectious diseases expert, predicted in December that the herd immunity figure could even be as high as 85% for coronavirus. Abbott's terms, Texas does not appear to be "very close" to herd immunity.
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Biden "does not spend his time tweeting conspiracy theories," Psaki said. The comments came after a Republican senator criticized Biden's social media usage. White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday defended President Joe Biden's communication style after a Republican senator criticized his limited social media usage. Psaki's comments were a response to GOP Sen. John Cornyn's statement on Monday that Biden's tweets are "unimaginably conventional." Toward the end of his presidency, Trump used social media to spread false claims and conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election.
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Live Live Updates: Republicans Remain Skeptical of Infrastructure Negotiations as Biden Holds Meeting President Biden met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers, saying he was willing to negotiate the “extent of the infrastructure project, as well as how we pay for it.” Corporate leaders are wading into the debate over new voting laws. Mr. Biden immediately dismissed that idea, even as Republicans tried to frame the debate as one from which they were being excluded. President Biden last month put Vice President Kamala Harris in charge of the long-term effort to improve the conditions in that region. Mr. Biden and Democrats have repeatedly challenged Republicans to engage in bipartisan negotiations. Champ, who is over a decade old, will stay behind at the White House while Major receives training.
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The election technology company Smartmatic pushed back on Monday against Fox News’s argument that it had covered the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election responsibly, stating that Fox anchors had played along as guests pushed election-related conspiracy theories. “The First Amendment does not provide the Fox defendants a get-out-of-jail-free card,” Smartmatic’s lawyer, J. Erik Connolly, wrote in a brief filed in New York State Supreme Court. “The Fox defendants do not get a do-over with their reporting now that they have been sued.”The brief came in response to motions filed by Fox Corporation and three current and former Fox hosts — Maria Bartiromo, Jeanine Pirro and Lou Dobbs — to dismiss a Smartmatic lawsuit accusing them of defamation. Smartmatic and another company, Dominion Voting Systems, became the focus of baseless conspiracy theories after the Nov. 4 election that they had manipulated vote totals in contested states. Smartmatic, which says that the conspiracy theories destroyed its reputation and its business, provided election technology in only one county during the election.
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The GOP corporate America used to know and love is gone. With this GOP corporations are likely to become collateral damage as every issue devolves into total culture war. This is not just a phaseRight now the GOP and corporate America have a similar problem with Biden's proposed infrastructure and tax legislation — the ideas are popular. That is to say, headlines about Biden raising corporate taxes in order to improve America's airports are unlikely to upset many Americans. The GOP may not raise corporate taxes, but it now behooves it to attack corporate interests in other ways.
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Kemp criticized the MLB for withdrawing its All-Stars game from Atlanta. The MLB decided in response to new voter restriction laws in Georgia. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said that a decision by Major League Baseball to move an All-Stars Game from Atlanta in protest at voter restriction laws will disproportionately impact minority-owned businesses. Kemp made the remarks following the MLB's decision last Tuesday to pull the game from Atlanta and instead have it played in Denver, Colorado. Kemp has defended the laws, claiming they ensure election security, and has pointed to Democrat-controlled states where they are more restrictive.
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Rep. Paul Gosar has been ahead of the GOP curve in embracing the further reaches of the fringe, for more than a decade. It's really a wonder Rep. Paul Gosar isn't a bigger star in the post-Trump GOP. But to a substantial extent, Greene and Boebert's paths to Capitol Hill were paved by Rep. Paul Gosar, who's been "owning the libs" and hammering the culture war hits for more than a decade. It's really a wonder Rep. Paul Gosar isn't a bigger star in the post-Trump GOP. Not Paul Gosar.
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But the GOP is hitting back, crying that these business decisions in defense of democracy are "cancel culture." While the actions of big business are encouraging, we can't rely on corporations to solve America's problems. While most of America has been appalled by the GOP's crooked interpretation of the Second Amendment, corporations took the matter into their own hands. In 2016, after North Carolina's passage of the so-called "bathroom bill," which barred trans people from using the bathroom of their gender identity, numerous corporations took concrete steps to voice their opposition. Both teams have failed us, but big business only feels the need to play when the Republicans are at their craziest.
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Live Covid-19 Live Updates: U.S. Travel Continues to Climb, Despite Anxiety Over Virus States have started opening vaccinations to nonresidents. Now, Mr. Rogers said, there’s reason for “cautious optimism,” and signs in several cities point to leisure travel picking up. Concepción de León andAdvertisement Continue reading the main storyMichigan’s governor continues to press for extra vaccine doses to fight virus surges. “And people are tired, and they’re moving around more.”Has Texas achieved herd immunity? That variant “surely resets the meter” and makes herd immunity harder to achieve, Dr. Osterholm said.
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Live Covid-19 Live Updates: Governor of Michigan, Battling Virus Surge, Again Calls for More Vaccine Supplies U.S. travel continues to climb, despite anxiety over the threat of another surge. Michigan’s governor continues to press for extra vaccine doses to fight virus surges. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan wants more vaccine doses to help her state tamp down a surge of coronavirus infections. “When there’s a surge, we think that it’s important to rush in to meet where that need is,” she said. Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist, said that if states have extra doses they should be redistributed to wherever they’re needed most, like Michigan right now.
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Covid-19: Governor of Michigan, Battling Virus Surge, Again Calls for More Vaccine Supplies U.S. travel continues to climb, despite anxiety over the threat of another surge. Michigan’s governor continues to press for extra vaccine doses to fight virus surges. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan wants more vaccine doses to help her state tamp down a surge of coronavirus infections. “When there’s a surge, we think that it’s important to rush in to meet where that need is,” she said. Credit... Karsten Moran for The New York Times Times Square had its highest pedestrian traffic of the year.
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ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt sent a letter to Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott asking for Tucker Carlson to be fired. On Thursday, Carlson openly embraced the white supremacist Great Replacement theory. The Anti-Defamation League has called for Tucker Carlson to be fired a day after the Fox News host openly embraced the white supremacist Great Replacement conspiracy theory on air. In it, Greenblatt condemned Carlson's "open-ended endorsement of white supremacist ideology." "This is not legitimate political discourse," Greenblatt wrote in the letter to Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott, according to CNN.
Persons: Jonathan Greenblatt, Suzanne Scott, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, Let's, Greenblatt, Carlson's, Heather Heyer Organizations: Fox, Defamation, Fox News, Twitter, Democratic Party, ADL, CNN Business, CNN, El, El Paso Walmart Locations: Charlottesville, El Paso
A Facebook video shows a family being kicked off a Southwest flight over a mask incident. The family was told to leave when their toddler refused to keep his mask on. A private pilot and old friend learned of the incident and offered them a free flight. Earlier this month, a family was ordered to leave a Southwest Airlines flight after their two-year-old could not keep his face mask on. Acknowledging the selfless deed, Harvey told Fox News: "The miracles will come to you, things will show up, and that Good Samaritan will show up."
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Mike Lindell said he's hired investigators to find out why Fox News isn't letting him speak on air. Fox News and the MyPillow CEO have both been sued by Dominion Voting Systems for defamation. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said Friday he's hired private investigators to find out why Fox News isn't letting him go on the network as a guest to talk about his baseless claims of election fraud. Dominion Voting Systems sued Fox News and Lindell for defamation last month, seeking $1.6 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively. And then the big question: why isn't Fox having people on?
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