White House spokesman Judd Deere told CNN that Trump remained focused on protecting the health of the American people and safely reopening our economy. "Any suggestion that the President does not value scientific data or the important work of scientists and medical professionals is patently false. The President will continue to offer bold leadership, and a consistent message of hope, comfort, and optimism as he leads America out of this unprecedented pandemic," Deere said. … [Read more...] about From AIDS to Covid-19: Trump’s decades of spreading dangerous misinformation about disease outbreaks
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Category Is: Drag Queen Fabulosity When it first launched in 2009, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was a scrappy, eight-episode series operating on a microscopic budget and an uncertain future. Today, it’s no less than an American TV institution. “Drag Race” has won 13 Emmys, including two wins for best reality competition series and four for RuPaul for best reality host. The guest judge slot has become a destination for music superstars including Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Lizzo, and Ariana Grande, and the show has become such a vital cultural touchstone that Speaker Nancy Pelosi and U.S. congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have both appeared on it. … [Read more...] about Inside the wondrous expansion of — and biggest threat to — ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ brand (EXCLUSIVE)
Many Republicans were silent about the president’s remarks. Several contacted by The Associated Press either did not respond to questions about whether Trump was appropriately meeting this moment of cascading national crises or would not speak about the matter on the record. Trump’s campaign issued a statement accusing Democrats and the media of twisting Trump’s words and trying to “make money”— an assertion the campaign did not explain. … [Read more...] about Analysis: Trump fuels new tensions in moment of crisis
Back in 2017 legendary brewmaster and author, Garret Oliver caused a stir with dismissive comments he made about “New England-style IPA” and the “Instagram culture” he viewed as championing beers in that particular beer style. As recently as a few months ago, private conversations with my colleagues would often include phrases like “hype-brewery,” or “haze bros,” or “ahabs.” All of these terms carry a connotative side-eye, directed at the type of craft beer enthusiast who is most active on Instagram. … [Read more...] about Miss your local bar? Try Instagram.
He publicly insisted that men like Anthony Fauci were genocidal murderers and viewed every single president as homophobic. I just saw this in my email archive, where “Ned Weeks” would routinely pop up, with some new provocation: “President after President have treated us so badly. Ronald Reagan. George Bush the first. Bill Clinton. George Bush the second. Barack Obama. They have all treated us like … shit. Like little pieces of shit that they can step on with their heels and grind into the ground. Obama is treating us just like that.” Okay, Larry. I get your point. But … this isn’t entirely true and isn’t entirely helpful. But nuance was not Larry’s métier. I remember vainly trying to get him to concede that there was a difference between murdering someone, and being somebody nearby who didn’t stop it from happening. But it was a hopeless task. For Larry, they were always equally to blame. … [Read more...] about Larry Kramer’s Secret