Every. Single. One.
The deranged Latina student who threw a fit and called for white genocide after stealing a student’s Trump hat has started a GoFundMe page asking for help with rent – and Trump supporters have answered the call.
But we stood up to Sinclair, and now the FCC is sending signals that it’s thinking twice about approving the merger. The FCC just told Sinclair that it needs to provide more information about how the company will be able to comply with TV station ownership limits and whether the deal is really in the public’s best interest.1
The FCC is becoming increasingly skeptical of the deal, but we need to keep the pressure on to make sure Sinclair isn’t able to ram Trump TV into living rooms all over the country. Will you chip in $5 to help stop Sinclair?
Sinclair is known for forcing local news programs to broadcast prepackaged pro-Trump commentary pieces. Already, Sinclair stations have to run commentaries from Boris Epshteyn, a Trump campaign spokesperson, an outrageous nine times a week during local programming.2
And as Sinclair gears up to take over even more stations, its efforts to turn local stations into propaganda machines have gotten worse.
Sinclair recently announced a new national “investigative reporting” team of more than 100 reporters and producers that will create “journalism” segments to air during local news programming. They’ve already started in Baltimore, airing a takedown piece on the city’s public schools to promote Trump’s privatization agenda.3
And after gaining control of the station WGN America, Sinclair immediately canceled the show Underground, a critically-acclaimed series about the Underground Railroad, even though the show set ratings records for the station and was recognized by the NAACP and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.4
This is the future of television if we do not stop Sinclair in its tracks.
We’re putting pressure on the FCC to reject the Sinclair-Tribune merger, and we’re sounding the alarm to let America know just how awful this deal is for the public. Will you chip in $5?
The entrepreneur said the BFR (which officially stands for Big F*****g Rocket) spacecraft unveiled by his company SpaceX could travel to most places on earth in under 30 minutes and anywhere in under an hour.
But one Google researcher is going a bit further – and has launched what appears to be a church devoted to creating, then worshipping, an artificial intelligence God.
During a marketing conference called Boston at Inbound on Wednesday, Michelle Obama claimed women who didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016, “voted against their own voice.”
“Quite frankly, we saw this in this election. As far as I’m concerned, any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” she said.
“Jeepers Creepers 3” hit theaters for one night only on September 26, and certain plot points are rubbing critics the wrong way given the criminal history of writer-director Victor Salva. The 59-year-old was convicted in 1988 of the sexual molestation of Nathan Forrest, the 12-year-old actor and star of his film “Clownhouse.” Salva videotaped the sexual act and was also convicted of possessing commercial videotapes and magazines containing child pornography.
Salva only served 15 months of his three-year sentence, and he somehow went on to have a career in Hollywood in the years that followed. Disney hired him to direct their supernatural drama “Powder,” and Salva found his greatest success with “Jeepers Creepers,” the 2001 horror film that spawned a franchise. The third installment is the latest “Jeepers Creepers” entry, and apparently Salva’s screenplay includes a molestation backstory for the main character. Addison, played by Gabrielle Haugh, is an 18-year-old whose father made sexual advances on her when she was younger.
(Reuters) – A Louisiana police officer cannot sue Black Lives Matter because it is a social movement, a U.S. judge ruled on Thursday, finding the campaign could not be held responsible for injuries he got at a protest.
The unidentified officer sued Black Lives Matter and an activist involved in a July 2016 protest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where the officer was struck by a rock.
The Black Lives Matter movement began with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter on social media in 2012 after black high school student Trayvon Martin was shot dead in Sanford, Florida, by neighbourhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. Zimmerman was acquitted of second degree murder and manslaughter.
“We’re running out of potable water. Out of food. We’ve got a lot of people sick with diarrhea. There’s conjunctivitis sprouts all over and no medicines. No one from the government has come to see us. They’ve left us alone,” Puruco, a former basketball star and now a community leader at the Luis Llorens Torres public housing complex in San Juan, said Thursday.