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The Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision Is Bullsh*t

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 23, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 23, 2020 |


If you somehow missed the bombshell that was inevitable when federal buildings started shutting down for the week in Louisville and a state of emergency was declared in advance, a grand jury has decided to not charge any of the officers who killed Breonna Taylor in her sleep while serving a no-knock warrant. The reason we say Black Lives Matter is because of too many moments like these when it is shown over and over again that they, sadly, do not. F*ck all that. Good luck to everyone except gun-humping bootlickers in the streets tonight.

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Cardi B isn’t crying about her divorce. “I just got tired of f*cking arguing.” (Celebitchy)

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I loved the Disney Gallery series on making The Mandalorian, especially the episode on its unique soundtrack. So it was nice to see Pedro Pascal continuing to be the best by giving composer Ludwig Göransson some love for his Emmy win. (Instagram)

J.K. Rowling is plugging an anti-trans online store to her 14 million Twitter followers now. Goddammit, lady. (LGBTQ Nation)

Comedian/alleged rapist Bryan Callen is suing his accuser’s… husband? OK. (TMZ)

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There’s an Uber for evicting people now. What the Jesus hell, tech companies? (Vice)

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