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New York Times Editorial Board Makes Their Presidential Endorsement

The Times believes that with his years of experience in
Washington D.C., that Biden has the qualities to unite a country that’s extremely divided at the
moment.

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With the United States Presidential Election around the corner, plenty of news media will be
revealing who they will be endorsing for president, senator, and the various propositions.

The New York Times editorial board officially came out with their endorsement of Democratic
Presidential Nominee Joe Biden. The Times believes that with his years of experience in
Washington D.C., that Biden has the qualities to unite a country that’s extremely divided at the
moment.

“Mr. Biden has…vowed to ‘restore the soul of America.’ It is a painful reminder that the country
is weaker, angrier, less hopeful, and more divided than it was four years ago. With this promise,
Mr. Biden is assuring the public that he recognizes the magnitude of what the next president is
being called upon to do,” the editorial board wrote.

“In the midst of unrelenting chaos, Mr. Biden is offering an anxious, exhausted nation something
beyond policy or ideology. His campaign is rooted in steadiness, experience, compassion, and
decency.”

Furthermore, The Times editorial board made it known that the former vice president can help
restore the relationships with European allies.

“A President Biden would embrace the rule of law and restore public confidence in democratic
institutions,” the editorial board wrote. “He would return a respect for science and expertise to
the government. He would stock his administration with competent, qualified, principled
individuals. He would stand with America’s allies and against adversaries that seek to
undermine our democracy. He would work to address systemic injustices.”

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Chris Cuomo Defends Gay Community Over Monkeypox Hysteria

The former CNN host believes the craziness surrounding monkeypox is more problematic than the response to the HIV crisis in the 1980s. 

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Monkeypox is the latest virus that has many on high alert. NewsNation anchor Chris Cuomo addressed the hysteria around disease as the gay community gets singled out as cases rise.

During the Thursday edition of his podcast, The Chris Cuomo Project the former CNN host believes the craziness surrounding monkeypox is more problematic than the response to the HIV crisis in the 1980s. 

“Gays were blamed for HIV the same way — the talk started the same way this monkeypox stuff is,” Cuomo said. “This time I actually believe it’s more egregious. One, we’ve been through it before and we should have learned, but we didn’t.”

“And two, scientifically monkeypox has nothing to do with sexual transmission. We don’t know that. It’s not designated as an STD comes from close contact. Yeah. But not necessarily sexual contact.”

Furthermore, Cuomo stated that the hysteria surrounding monkeypox and connecting it to the gay community shows that many haven’t learned from the mistakes in the 80s, and “we’re doing it again because of this temptation to otherize.”

“Why do we just jump to the conclusion it’s because of how they behave?” Cuomo concluded. 

“Maybe it’s that they’re more health conscious. Maybe it’s because those communities are getting tested more frequently. So we’re, evidencing the cases.”

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Keith Olbermann: Charlie Kirk ‘Not So Brightest’ Young Conservative

Olbermann called Kirk a “balloon head” and “the evil Charlie Brown” before staying the Salem Media Group radio host was “not the best and not so brightest young conservative troll”.

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On the Friday edition of his Countdown with Keith Olbermann podcast, the host hard harsh criticisms for Turning Point USA founder and talk radio host Charlie Kirk.

Olbermann called Kirk a “balloon head” and “the evil Charlie Brown” before staying the Salem Media Group radio host was “not the best and not so brightest young conservative troll”.

The criticism comes after Kirk called the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate a “military occupation” and Kirk’s insistence that Republican-backed states refuse to cooperate with the Internal Revenue Service after a recent push to hire as many as 87,000 new agents.

“Kirk says the red states should defund the federal government,” Olbermann said before quoting Kirk. “‘State’s should say — Arizona should say — the IRS is not welcome in Arizona. Just an idea’. Yeah, and a good one. The last calculation from Business Insider said the state of Arizona gets $41 billion more a year out of the federal government than it puts into the federal government. While everyone in New York state, pays an average of $3,000 into the national kitty. It costs me three grand a year to keep the other states in business!

“Every man, woman, and child in Arizona is basically paid, by the government, $4,400 per year to be an American citizen. So keep the IRS out. Watch Arizona’s government go bankrupt in a week to 10 days, and save me the $85 or so bucks a year I pay to keep just Arizona alive.”

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Tomi Lahren: Country Music Has “Woke” Agenda

Lahren said she’s observed drastic changes to country music radio stations which include more pop-themed songs which she said is a departure from what she’s accustomed to. 

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Outkick’s Tomi Lahren is sounding off about the so-called “woke” agenda in country music. Lahren went one-on-one with singer Craig Campbell to discuss what’s different with the industry. 

Lahren said she’s observed drastic changes to country music radio stations which include more pop-themed songs which she said is a departure from what she’s accustomed to. 

“Sometimes you turn on country radio and it doesn’t feel like country radio,” she said. 

“I will one hundred percent agree that the country music definition, country music as a genre, doesn’t have really defined lines,” Campbell said. “You can hear a song on a country radio station and then you hear that same exact version on a pop station.” 

Campbell said that he didn’t understand the tendency for music executives to push country music out as pop music, adding, “I’m not cool with that.” 

“As far as my music is concerned, you will never hear any of my music on a pop station,” he said. 

Lahren noted that country music fans are by and large patriotic but added that sometimes the music industry doesn’t represent America. 

“I agree and that’s part of the reason that I don’t have a record deal, I feel like I work better and not having to ask permission because nine times out of ten when you have to do that you’re going to get shut down,” said Campbell.

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