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Joe Biden Reverses Position After Elizabeth Warren Calls His Ass Out

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | June 6, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | June 6, 2019 |


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I can’t quite make out what happened here. Either Tucker Carlson is truly this stupid and is just now figuring out that progressive policies are what’s best for the average American, or he hit his head on the kitchen cabinet and temporarily forgot that he doesn’t care about the poors. (Intelligencer)

Inspired by AOC, 28-year-old student Mckayla Wilkes is running for Congress to unseat House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. She’s got my sword and bow and axe and dollahs. (Buzzfeed News)

Have you been watching Chernobyl? If so, this will make you so happy: The US is going to reclassify radioactive waste to a lower threat level. Wait. Did I say this will make you happy? I meant the opposite. (The Guardian)

We learned earlier this week that Joe Biden supports the Hyde amendment and hates birth control. (Celebitchy)

Then, in last night’s MSNBC Town Hall, Elizabeth Warren unloaded on Biden for his support of the Hyde Amendment (well, “unload” for Warren):

Earlier tonight, Joe Biden conveniently reversed a position he’s held since 1976 and no longer supports the Hyde Amendment.


To get that stink off, here is an article with Elizabeth Warren explaining how the Hyde amendment worsens inequality. (Vox)

I love architecture and I also love looking at real estate listings that I’ll never be able to afford, so when an architecturally stunning real estate listing comes my way, I basically just drool all over my computer. Pajibans, look at Brad Pitt and Jennifer Anniston’s former Beverly Hills home. Is it not a stunner? (Hilton & Hyland)

I mean, if I drank gin, I’d probably give Ryan Reynolds’ gin a try. But I don’t drink gin. Because it is vile. (Lainey Gossip)

Henry Golding’s handsomeness is bordering criminality levels. (GFY)

“Every time we make a decision we should ask ourselves; how will this decision affect that curve? … We should no longer measure our wealth and success in the graph that shows economic growth, but in the curve that shows the emissions of greenhouse gases.” (Common Dreams)

A long read about the rise and fall of a sports gambler. (The Ringer)

A woman called 911 when Taco Bell ran out of taco shells, and I have never felt more connected to another human being. (Dlisted)

This feels emotionally voyeuristic, but also, I’m such a sucker for these things: Read about a couple’s break up from both sides. (The Cut)

Why is the moon flashing? Wait. THE MOON IS FLASHING??? (Technology Review)

And this is a phenomenal read about how tech companies outsourcing content moderation is a form of colonialism. (The Outline)

This is where I admit that I have never once used the snooze button and I honestly do not understand people who do. For starters, how do you even manage to fall back asleep so quickly?? How does your mind not immediately get crowded by the day’s to-do list? Anyway. It looks like science is behind me. (hey-yo) (The Conversation)

We knew the Obamas were coming to Netflix, but now they are also coming to Spotify! (The Wrap)

Have you ever thought to yourself that Google is invincible? This article might change your mind. (Medium)

If you’re a listener of The Daily podcast, today’s episode about ancestry websites and genetic testing used as a method to pursue killers is very timely with this post about how DNA test results are widely misinterpreted. (Mel Magazine)

Fiat.luxury has a lot of thoughts in her first CBR review of the year, Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. The first half was great with lyrical observations about nature, but the second half was not. "Suspension of disbelief is one thing, and each individual act of suspension sure, fine, let’s do that, as long as you keep it grounded in something real, something I don’t have to suspend any disbelief for." Which books have really challenged your ability to suspend disbelief? (Cannonball Read 11)



Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.



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