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What Happened to John Fetterman Today Is Proof That Trumpism Is a Cancer

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 5, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 5, 2021 |


Writing about the absolute clown show in the PA senate today, Charles Pierce correctly notes that “Trumpism is entwined with Republicanism all the way down.” (Esquire)

Zöe Kravitz might have a new man and it’s Channing Tatum? Damn, girl. (Lainey Gossip)

And speaking of divorce, can Kim and Kanye just get this shit over with? You got that Disney money now. You don’t have to milk these things anymore. (Dlisted)

This was a very stupid thing to give Cardi B crap about. (Celebitchy)

Welp, the 2021 Grammys have been postponed. (The Root)

From Dustin: How do you know that cancel culture isn’t a real thing? Because even the most canceled book of 2020 was a huge bestseller. (Vulture)

The Wonder Woman movies have a women problem. (Dani Bethea)

Why giving only half doses of the COVID vaccine is a terrible idea. (The Cut)

After declaring her intentions to carry a loaded Glock while in the Capitol building, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert caught the attention of the Capitol Police and quickly folded. Just treaded right on herself. (Politico)

Sia fully admits that casting Maddie Ziegler as an autistic girl is definitely ableist, and then goes ahead and stands by that decision. (Teen Vogue)

A great thread on how NYT staff reporter Taylor Lorenz pretending she’s some destitute freelancer who doesn’t have a primary care physician is a nasty habit of the the extremely online Left. (GoLikeHellMachi)

“The customer is always right” is a dangerous philosophy during a pandemic because people are the worst. Just awful as hell. (Food & Wine)

What are you doing in 2021? Registration for Cannonball Read 13 is open. You can set a goal of 13, 26, or 52 books to read and review and help Cannoballers stick it to cancer one book at a time. (Cannonball Read 13)

I lost my grandmother last June to dementia, not COVID. Although, that certainly complicated things in very infuriating ways. (Not from necessary guidelines, but from family members who continue to give zero f*cks about those guidelines.) It’s something I don’t really talk about or have fully come to terms with, but Maureen reminded me of my grandmother’s better years with her kindness, wisdom, and dedication to helping others.