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Tucker Carlson: Elizabeth Warren’s campaign can be summed up like this: ‘died of wokeness’

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After Joe Biden, the other big loser on Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary, was another ex-front-runner, Elizabeth Warren. She finished fourth. She had barely half the votes of the third-place finisher, Amy Klobuchar.

If you’re barely half the votes of Amy Klobuchar — no offense to Amy Klobuchar — not good.

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So officially, Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is still going. Nobody believes, really, it means anything. In fact, we can’t say at this point what exactly Elizabeth Warren is running for.

Maybe she hopes to get a few delegates she can exchange for a Cabinet job if a Democrat wins. Maybe she wants to sabotage Bernie Sanders because he’s a sexist by siphoning votes from him. Or maybe she just likes traveling around giving speeches with lots of servants around her, flying on private planes, which she loves to do.

But one thing for certain: Warren is not running for president because she thinks she can become president – because she can’t. Despite that, in her non-concession speech Tuesday night — and this is very telling — Warren bragged about taking half the bank account of a broke college student to finance her doomed ambitions.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. and 2020 presidential candidate: A young woman came up by herself. And she said I’m a broke college student with a lot of student loan debt. And she said, I checked and I have $6.00 in the bank. So I just gave $3.00 to keep you in this fight.

That’s what we’ve got to do. We’ve got to stay on this fight with people who are counting on us.

She’s literally begging for money from the indigent to continue a campaign that can’t win. It’s not really a campaign at that point. It’s a religious movement or a cult or something.

But really, did it even happen? Is the student story real? Who knows? Warren has been caught lying about so many things we can actually check. Just imagine what she says when she can’t be caught. I mean, really.

Elizabeth Warren fell apart for the same reason that Beto O’Rourke did. Because, in place of a message – an actual message that unites people around ideas and policies – she went all-in on “wokeness” – all-in.

So attempting to say that Warren collapsed – that her campaign died because she lies a lot – that’s actually not the case. Warren has been lying for a long time. She pretended to be an American Indian. Remember that? That happened before she launched her campaign. Voters knew it. And yet, for a while, she was the Democratic front-runner.

So clearly, Democrats were willing to forgive her fabrications. No, she destroyed her campaign for a different, a much more interesting reason.

Warren fell apart for the same reason that Beto O’Rourke did. Because, in place of a message – an actual message that unites people around ideas and policies – she went all-in on “wokeness” – all-in.

Every public appearance brought out a new facet to her remarkable wokeness. There was her town hall endorsing race-based reparations.

Warren: I believe it’s time to start the national full-blown conversation about reparations in this country.

So she rode that for a while, but then by summer that wasn’t enough. Reparations – old hat. But Warren is nothing if not creative. So she invented a brand new kind of racism, a whole new category.

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Warren: We live in a country now where the president is advancing environmental racism, economic racism, criminal justice racism, health care racism.

Yes, Warren was pledging to fight “health care racism.” Is that committed by doctors? She never explained. Are nurses committing health care racism? Who knows? But she was going to eliminate it if it was the last thing she did.

But then she kept going. By early this year, Warren was promising to let transgender children pick her Cabinet members — for real.

Warren: I’m going to have a secretary of education that this young trans-person interviews on my behalf. And only if this person believes that our Secretary of Education nominee is someone who is committed to creating a welcoming environment, a safe environment and a full educational curriculum for everyone, will that person actually be advanced to be Secretary of Education. You like that? Let’s do that.

So was that pandering? Was that scripted? No, it wasn’t. No lobby group told her to say that. You couldn’t make that up.

She came to that on her own because you know what? She meant it. After a while, the wokenss infected her brain so completely, took over Elizabeth Warren that she really believed what she was saying. And it got crazier and crazier. Reparations for gay couples – great idea. Gender and non-binary people – the backbone of our democracy. She literally said that.

Eventually, it was too much even for liberals. The liberals said, “What? What the hell are you talking about?”

Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, was promising universal health care, something they actually want. Whether it’s a good idea or not, it’s something people wanted. Warren tried to jump on and promised the same thing except she said she would magically do it without raising taxes on the middle class. Again, even Democrats couldn’t buy it after a while.

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When Warren finally gives up this charade – I’m running for president. No, you’re not, please – well, you’ll be able to summon her campaign up in three words: Died of wokeness.

Adapted from Tucker Carlson’s monologue from “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Feb. 12, 2020.

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Snoop Dogg apologizes to Gayle King after slamming her Kobe Bryant interview

Snoop Dogg has apologized to Gayle King.

The rapper took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a video apology, and to invite the journalist to “sit down and talk” with him following his criticism of her asking WNBA star Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant’s sexual assault case.

“Top of the morning! Big Snoop Dogg coming at you live and direct with a message,” the 48-year-old rapper said in the video. “Two wrongs don’t make no right. When you’re wrong, you gotta fix it.”

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He then directly addressed King.

“So with that being said: Gayle King, I publicly tore you down by coming at you in a derogatory manner based off of emotions… Me being angry at questions that you asked,” said Snoop Dogg. “[I] Overreacted. Should have handled it way different than that. I was raised better than that. So I would like to apologize to you publicly for the language that I used and calling you out of your name and just being disrespectful.”

He continued: “I didn’t mean for it to be like that. I was just expressing myself for a friend that wasn’t here to defend himself. A lot of people look up to me and they love me and they appreciate me, so I want to let them know that anytime you mess up, it’s OK to fix it, it’s OK to man up and say that you’re wrong. I apologize. Hopefully, we can sit down and talk privately. Have a good day.”

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The caption of the video read: “Had a talk with my momma thank u mamma. 2 wrongs don’t make it right time to heal. @gayleking Peace n love Praying for u and your family as well as Vanessa and the kids.”

The controversy began after video emerged of King asking Leslie during a “CBS This Morning” interview: “It’s been said that [Bryant’s] legacy is complicated because of a sexual assault charge, which was dismissed in 2003, 2004. Is it complicated for you as a woman, as a WNBA player?”

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Gayle King was criticized by rapper Snoop Dogg, who posted a profanity-filled video attacking the anchor.

The case was dismissed after Bryant’s 19-year-old accuser refused to testify on Sept. 1, 2004. He later released a public apology acknowledging while he believed the pair had consensual sex, he understands that was not the way she viewed the incident, Yahoo reported. She later brought civil charges against the Lakers star, which was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

In an Instagram video posted after King’s interview, Snoop Dogg, a longtime friend of the deceased basketball star, said “We expect more from you Gayle. Respect the family and back off, b—-, before we come get you.”

Snoop insisted that his comment was not a threat.

“Here’s a message for the people that need to know,” he said in another video clip posted to Instagram. “I’m a non-violent person. When I said what I said, I spoke for the people who felt like Gayle was very disrespectful towards Kobe Bryant and his family.”

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“Now, with that being said, do I look like I would want any harm to come to a 70-year-old woman? I was raised way better than that. I don’t want to harm to come to her and I didn’t threaten her. All I did was said, ‘Check it out: you outta pocket for what you’re doing and we’re watching you. Have a little bit more respect for Vanessa, her babies, and Kobe Bryant’s legacy,’” he said.

Fox News’ Jack Durschlag contributed to this report.

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Colin Kaepernick staying prepared for possible NFL call even after bungled workout

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Colin Kaepernick still has the desire to play in the NFL, revealing in an interview published Thursday that he continues to train and prepare for the possibility.

Kaepernick, 32, last took a snap in the NFL during the 2016 season. He was admonished and praised for kneeling during the national anthem, sparking a firestorm through the league and nationally, and has yet to find a job after opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

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He told USA Today in a rare interview he still wants to play in the NFL.

“My desire to play football is still there,” Kaepernick said. “I still train five days a week. I’m ready to go, I’m ready for a phone call, tryout, workout at any point in time. I’m still waiting on the owners and their partners to stop running from this situation. So I hope I get a call this offseason. I’ll be looking forward to it.”

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Kaepernick may have had his best chance to get back into the NFL when the league gave the quarterback an opportunity to throw for teams in November. The workout soon became mired in controversy after a discrepancy over a liability waiver. Kaepernick decided to snub the NFL-organized workout at the Atlanta Falcons’ facility and hold his own at a high school miles away.

A handful of teams watched Kaepernick and at least one scout reportedly said he still maintained an elite level arm – the same arm that got the 49ers within one play of a Super Bowl victory during the 2012 season.

However, Kaepernick remains without a team.

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Even after football, Kaepernick has become a prominent social justice activist and spokesman for Nike. He told USA Today he plans to start a publishing company and release his own memoir.

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Noah Centineo reveals his favorite line from ‘To All the Boys 2’

Noah Centineo loves a multilayered love story.

And that’s exactly what fans can expect in “P.S. I Still Love You,” which is the second installment in the “To All the Boys” teen romance movie franchise on Netflix.

The 23-year-old actor portrays Peter Kavinsky, who finds himself fighting for his girlfriend, Lara Jean’s (Lana Condor) heart after she starts to fall for another suitor, John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), who was one the recipients of her old love letters.

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In the end, Lara Jean and Peter are meant to be together after she kisses John Ambrose and realizes that Peter is her first true love. In their big finale scene, Peter tells LJ that she can “break my heart into a thousand pieces” because he loves her. Cue the tears!

Centineo revealed to Fox News at the New York City press junket that that line was his favorite of the entire movie.

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“I love that line because of the meaning behind the line,” he explained. “I love the line because that is the destruction of a promise that started the film. We promised not to break each other’s hearts.”

“And then the meaning of ‘break my heart’ has become a transcendence of that original promise that was really the impetus for the problem of the entire film,” he continued. “We don’t wanna break each other’s hearts; we’re not telling each other things.”

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Centineo also spoke about how female friendships are depicted in the film.

“I think the female friends that Lara Jean has [are] an incredible foundation,” he described. “You need friends … boyfriends, girlfriends [are] super important because they reflect you and show reflections in ways that you might not be able to get from a friend. But friends, your support system are hyper, hyper important.”

“I love how Lara Jean has her closest friend [in the movie] and even with Jen at the end of the film — you see how that relationship shifts even. It’s just a very mature way of going about their situation.”

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“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” is now available to stream on Netflix.

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Jay Lowder: Why every married man in America should go to couples counseling

Many men will give a box of chocolates or bouquet of flowers on Valentine’s Day in an attempt to put a Band-Aid on a failing marriage. But if you really want to show your wife you love her, I recommend booking a counseling session.

I once held the belief that counseling was for weak men who couldn’t handle their own problems, but I have since realized counseling is what the brave are willing to do.

When I married my wife at 24 years of age, my preconceived ideas of marriage were pretty unrealistic. I envisioned lavish meals, adventure, travel and constant romance. The reality was she hadn’t learned how to cook, I had to work nonstop, and we were too broke to travel.

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I also quickly realized the way each of us expressed and received love was totally opposite. Her love language was quality time while mine was physical touch. The problem was that sexual abuse as a child had wounded my wife in a way I didn’t understand and that she wasn’t able to communicate.

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I was young, selfish and unable to relate to her struggles with intimacy. While I wondered if she didn’t love me, want me or desire me, she wondered why I didn’t understand how getting physical was a hellish flashpoint. Unintentionally, her actions made me feel rejected and unloved while mine made her feel like an object that was being used. Both of us were hurt and our marriage became colder than a January blizzard.

Many times, we considered not going back, so we wouldn’t have to keep digging up bones but the relationship was worth too much. So we pressed on until every skeleton was cremated to ash.

Before long, the poison began to spill over in every area as we pushed each other away.

My wife confided to a friend that we were on the rocks and her husband later called me to recommended marriage counseling. Although I thought our marriage was terminal, I consented to one session out of respect for him and because my wife was pressuring for it.

In the initial appointment, we quickly realized that having an independent mediator who showed no favorites began to give healing antiseptic to an infected relationship. We finally shared words each had felt but neither had spoken. We each became aware of our own blind spots and discovered a fresh perspective that proved to be resuscitating.

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As a result, what I thought would be one counseling session turned into months of quietly attending couples’ therapy.

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But each session was brutal. Just about the time we were able to heal wounds from our previous appointment, it was time to go again. Many times, we considered not going back, so we wouldn’t have to keep digging up bones but the relationship was worth too much. So we pressed on until every skeleton was cremated to ash.

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Our marriage and our love for one another slowly grew stronger and we eventually stopped our weekly counseling sessions. But the value of that time in counseling was undeniable. So, several years later when we hit another difficult patch, we went back and this time, we became vocal about it. Why?

Because we believed transparency and authenticity might be a catalyst to inspire others that they are not alone and healing is possible, especially with professional help.

We still get in ruts, fights and allow distance to creep in, and we usually end up in counseling every three or four years. Matter of fact, I will unashamedly admit we started back a little over a month ago. Our teenage daughter contracted an incurable disease that left us living in a hospital for almost six consecutive months. The pain, financial pressure, confusion, distance and isolation have taken a toll, but our sessions are already helping us work through those issues.

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For me, counseling makes sense. I don’t hesitate when my truck needs a tune up so why would I respond differently when my marriage needs one?

Marriage is not easy, but my commitment to my wife remains even when my feelings come and go. I want to work on my marriage because I want her.  Today… tomorrow…forever.

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California man arrested, wore Spider-Man mask during multiple robberies: cops

A California man was arrested on Monday in connection with a number of commercial burglaries police say he committed while wearing a Spider-Man mask, according to police.

Detectives served a warrant at the apartment of Lawrence Cecil Smith III, 37, on Feb 10, where they recovered truckloads of stolen property at the residence valued at over $30,000,  the Los Banos Police Department said.

Smith allegedly used the mask a number of times to conceal his identity while robbing businesses that ranged from a school site, storage facilities, construction companies, and other organizations within the Los Banos community.

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The alleged crime spree dated back to October 19 — after which detectives began putting a case together by conducting surveillance and narrowing down a suspect.

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“A number of recovered stolen items have been identified and returned to the victims in these cases; and Detectives are continuing to match up [the] property to open burglary cases,” the department wrote on Facebook.

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Smith was booked on multiple counts of burglary and possession of stolen property. His bail is set at $60,000.

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He remains in jail at the John Latoracca Correctional Center.

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Retired NYPD cop says he was assaulted in Nashville bar over ‘Make 50 Great Again’ birthday hat: report

A retired New York City police officer says he got punched in the face at a Tennessee bar, all because he was wearing a birthday hat and shirt with Trump-like slogans.

Daniel Sprague of Staten Island said he and his wife were celebrating his 50th birthday in Nashville and he was wearing a hat that said “Make Fifty Great Again” and a shirt that said “Making America Great since 1970.”

But suddenly, he told Nashville’s WSMV-TV, a woman approached him and took a swing, striking him in the face before fleeing.

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“At one point,” Sprague said, “a female came up from behind me, spun me around, and punched me in the face and then grabbed my hat off my head and was just yelling, ‘How dare you.’

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“I would assume that she had a ring or she maybe even had a set of keys or something to get it,” he told the station about the cut on his face, “because it is pretty deep and it goes to the bone.

“People have different views, but we’re not supposed to take it out on each other,” Sprague said.

Joe Borelli, a New York City councilman from Staten Island, posted a photo of a bloodied Sprague on on Twitter account.

Prior to the incident, Sprague said other bar patrons were offering nothing but positive feedback about his attire.

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“People were just coming up to me and, you know, just loving the little word play on the hat and taking pictures and wishing me happy birthday,” Sprague told WSMV.

Sprague said he filed a report with Nashville police and was awaiting word about their investigation.

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Oregon man sentenced to jail for tossing nails on city streets

An Oregon man who intentionally threw roofing nails onto the state’s busy streets over four dozen times was sentenced to 30 days in jail Tuesday.

Bret Michael Wilson, 57, who police called “the Nighttime Nailer” was ordered by Clackamas County Circuit Judge Susie Norby to pay $2,500 in restitution following his two-year crime spree in Oregon City that targeted drivers he believed were discourteous, authorities said.

“He was a menace to Oregon City for years,” prosecutor Bryan Brock told The Oregonian. “Police lived in constant annoyance.”

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A man who intentionally threw roofing nails onto busy streets of Oregon City over four dozens times was sentenced to 30 days in jail Tuesday. (Oregon City Police Department)

Oregon City police had received over 60 calls about the nails since 2017, which led to officers conducting a stakeout and catching him in the act back in October, according to Koin 6 News. They reportedly found a tub of brand new roofing nails in his car after pulling him over near his residence.

“We’ve been looking for him for a very long time. He was super sporadic when he did it; it wasn’t super consistent,” said Captain Shaun Davis with the Oregon City Police Department.

Wilson reportedly committed the crimes before sunrise to avoid detection in response to rude drivers who he believed had done him wrong, Brock said. He reportedly told police he would buy $40 buckets of nails at a Home Depot outside the city to avoid them being traced back to him, according to the paper. He went through about a bucket a month.

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Bret Michael Wilson, 57, aka “The Nighttime Nailer” was ordered by Clackamas County Circuit Judge Susie Norby to pay $2,500 in restitution following his bizarre two-year crime spree that targeted drivers he believed discourteous.<br data-cke-eol=”1″> (Clackamas County Jail)

“It was his form of anger management. It made him feel better,” Brock told the paper.

He pleaded guilty last month to one count of criminal mischief and four counts of disorderly conduct. After Wilson serves his sentence, he will undergo a mental health evaluation and anger management training. He’s also not allowed to drink alcohol, according to The Oregonian.

Wilson reportedly damaged multiple tires, but there were no physical injuries because of the nails, the station reported.

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“He called it [the crime spree] ‘Random acts of kindness,’” said Brock.

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Sudan reaches settlement with families of USS Cole victims

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Sudan’s justice ministry said Thursday that a settlement was reached for the families of U.S. Navy sailors killed and injured in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen.

The agreement was reached last week. The country is making an effort to be taken off the U.S. terrorism list.

The Al Qeada attack killed 17 sailors and wounded 39 others. It was the deadliest attack against a navy vessel since 1987. Sudan was accused of providing the terror group with support.

Authorities in Sudan’s transitional government have been desperate to lift its designation as a state sponsor of terror the country has had had since 1993, with the hope this settlement will have them taken off the list. No details of the settlement were added besides their statement.

There was no immediate comment from Washington.

Sudan’s information minister and interim government spokesman, Faisal Saleh, told The Associated Press that Justice Minister Nasr-Eddin Abdul-Bari had traveled last week to Washington to sign the deal that included compensations for both the wounded and the killed.

He said the figures could not be disclosed because the government is still in the middle of negotiations to reach a similar settlement with families of victims of the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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Trump asked what he learned from impeachment trial, response goes viral

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President Trump was asked Wednesday what– if anything– he learned after enduring a Senate impeachment trial that put his presidency on the brink and he responded that he found out that the Democrats are “crooked” and “vicious.”

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The reporter introduced the question by pointing to Republicans who said they hope he would learn a lesson during the process.

Trump has long insisted that Democrats– after failing with the Mueller Report— simply concocted a new scheme to remove him from office.

He told the reporter that he learned that Democrats are “crooked” and “vicious.” He also said they miscalculated and said he is now polling “10 points higher.”

Democrats accused the president of holding up military aid for Ukraine and essentially using it as an incentive to get Kiev to investigate Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his business dealings in the country. Trump’s detractors said Trump was hoping to find dirt on the Bidens that could damage the elder’s chances in 2020. Neither have been accused of wrongdoing.

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Trump has maintained that there was never any quid pro quo and he was simply the subject of a flawed political witch hunt.

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