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The Trump Family Is Afraid Brad Parscale Is About to Roll on Them

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 30, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 30, 2020 |


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Brad Parscale’s domestic violence arrest arrived on the heels of reports that he allegedly stole from both the Trump campaign and the RNC on top of the suspected money laundering. Naturally, the Trump family is afraid of what he might say to save his own ass, so this just got interesting. (Vanity Fair)

Jennifer Lopez’s daughter is already a more accomplished writer than I am, and she’s only 12 years old. (Lainey Gossip)

People think Tracee Ellis Ross and Harry Styles might be, you know. (Dlisted)

In case you missed it, Eric Trump outed then un-outed himself yesterday. It was a whole thing until his dad started activating white supremacists on live TV. (Celebitchy)

The NFL postponed the Steelers-Titans game and is threatening to crack down on teams that aren’t following COVID procedures. (The Root)

From Roxana: Carrie Wittmer conducts an ESSENTIAL INVESTIGATION for The Ringer into which Hollywood sex symbols actually have sex in their movies. OUR FAVORITE CHRIS MAKES AN APPEARANCE. (The Ringer)

For all you The Vow watchers, Seagrams liquor heiress Clare Bronfman has been sentenced to 81 months in prison following the investigation into NXIVM. (Vulture)

Disney+ has officially cast its Ms. Marvel. (Deadline)

I guess Jesus sent them to voicemail?

Last night, I fired off a rant on the presidential debate that managed to further alienate me from my family. Do enjoy! (Facebook)

Although, you’d think they’d be more interested in the fact that their Christly champion Donald Trump thinks evangelicals are full of shit. (The Atlantic)

I hate to give articles like this the traffic, but this is exactly the kind of pithy take that made me glad when Splinter went away. Imagine still writing smug, contrarian drivel like this with so much at stake. Real f**king cool. (Jezebel)

Because Pajiba Love took the night off for the debate, here are TWO Cannonball Read links for your wordy pleasure:

This year is the 50th anniversary of the publication of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye. Since publication, it has frequently landed on the American Library Association’s Most Challenged Books Lists for addressing incest, sex, and teen pregnancy. Wanderlustful was happy she was able to read it after a few unsuccessful attempts. "Morrison’s language is poetic and precise, packing a punch for how slim it is (200 generously spaced pages)." Were you unaware of teen pregnancy in your youth? (Cannonball Read 12)

Eleanor & Park has been frequently been challenged for the use of swearing, which Rainbow Rowell finds ironic because the language represents what the two teens are trying to escape. Tracy thought it was an excellent YA romance. "There were some wonderful moments in how the relationship was revealed and described." Have you read this coming-of-age story? (Cannonball Read 12)




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



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