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Bill Barr Is Floating the Idea of Charging Protesters With Sedition. Can You Taste the Fascism Yet?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 16, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 16, 2020 |


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While Twitter is sitting around dinging Biden for playing a song by the man who just introduced him or not knocking on doors in the middle of a goddamn pandemic, Trump’s lapdog attorney general Bill Barr is reportedly exploring ways to charge protestors with sedition. (NY Times)

Katie Holmes’ people seem to be leaning really hard into pushing her new relationship because it’s everywhere I look now. (Lainey Gossip)

Hold up. Brandi Glanville had an affair with Denise Richards? (Dlisted)

Billy Porter: If Trump gets a second term “America is done. Rome fell.” (Celebitchy)

The Texas Supreme Court is ratf*cking mail-in ballots. Again. (The Root)

From Ciara: Why Twilight is unconditionally and irrevocably a lesbian love story. (The New Yorker)

From Dustin: 1,400 Dominion grocery store workers in Newfoundland have now entered their fourth week of striking, and it’s quietly become the most important labor battle in North America today. (The Militant)

From Kayleigh: Matt Singer of Screen Crush watched every film that received an F rank from CinemaScore since 1979, ranking them from the worst to best. (Screen Crush)

From Kristy: Cuties director Maïmouna Doucouré has written an op-ed, addressing the outrage over her inspired-by-real-events coming-of-age drama. “Some people have found certain scenes in my film uncomfortable to watch. But if one really listens to 11-year-old girls, their lives are uncomfortable.” (Washington Post)

Sharon Stone: “Simmer the f*ck down and put on a mask! I’m sorry, I’ve been trying to be nice about this, but it’s starting to chap my ass.” (Tom and Lorenzo)

Jomidi was delighted that Anthony Horowitz stuck with the ‘two murder mysteries in one’ format for his upcoming book, Moonflower Murders. "Both mysteries are clever, both casts of characters have lots of people who are hiding secret pasts, and both are small town cozies." Have you read the first in this series, Magpie Murders? (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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