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June 13, 2023

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Garth Brooks declared that he will serve Bud Light at the bar he owns in Nashville.

"I love diversity," he says, and no seriously, he said that.

Last week, Brooks told Billboard that his bar would be a safe space where "every brand of beer" would be sold, prompting more conversation on the topic. On Monday, Brooks addressed the media "stir," sharing that at the crux of his decision was staying true to himself.

"Diversity, inclusiveness: that's me! That's always been me," he said on his livestream "Inside Studio G."

"I get it, everybody's got their opinions. But inclusiveness is always going to be me. I think diversity is the answer to the problems that are here and the answer to the problems that are coming. So I love diversity. All-inclusive, so all are welcome. I understand that might not be other people's opinions, but that's OK, man. They have their opinions, they have their beliefs. I have mine," he added.

Garth Brooks further decided to call the boycotters, aka his former customers, "@ssholes."

In preparation for conservative backlash for supporting Bud Light, Brooks preemptively snapped at the response, saying, "Our thing is this, if you [are let] into this house, love one another. If you're an a**hole, there are plenty of other places on lower Broadway."

Brooks doubled down on his bar's inclusiveness standard, adding, "But inclusiveness is always going to be me. I think diversity is the answer to the problems that are here and the answer to the problems that are coming. So I love diversity.

Meanwhile, Activision (or "Activism") just cancelled a Call of Duty player who opined that gay and trans extremists should leave children alone.

And now they're attempting to sell DLC, or downloadable content -- add-on stuff they sell after the release of the main game to keep the pay pigs paying. But every time they post a tweet advertising their new crap, the tweet gets ratioed by people saying "Leave children alone."

So they have to keep deleting their advertising tweets.

Time Magazine declares that the demolished dam will be "Urkaine's Chernobyl."

Note that Ukraine already had Ukraine's Chernobyl. It was called "Chernobyl," as Chernobyl is infamously located in Ukraine.

And you'd have to be "journalist" to not know that or be so lazy as to not be assed to look it up.

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Now they're censoring The French Connection. I don't mean for TV airing; I mean, when you buy the movie, you'll now only be permitted to buy a censored version of the Academy-Award-winning procedural drama/thriller.

They censored The French Connection (1971), and everyone went along with it. Apple sold the censored version on iTunes. Furthermore, according to some reports, those who purchased the uncensored version on iTunes now own the censored version, which means Apple allowed them to go in and censor the uncensored versions people had already purchased.

The American Cinematheque's Aero Theater, an outlet dedicated to preserving classic movies, went along with it.

Turner Classic Movies, an outlet dedicated to preserving classic movies, went along with it.

Worst of all, Criterion, an outlet branded on preserving classics, went along with it.

Over the past week, starting with Hollywood Elsewhere, people have begun to complain. Still, none of the above outlets has apologized or said it was a mistake or that they will stop screening-renting-selling the vandalized version of a Best Picture winner.

But Ron DeSantis won't allow pornography in (government run, government-mandated) elementary school libraries!

Daniel Perry talks about the fear that he felt when "Michael Jackson impersonator" and lifelong felon Jordan Neely announced he was willing to kill everyone on the subway car he had just burst into. A car that included women and children.

A man came on, stumbled on, he appeared to be on drugs. The doors closed and he ripped his jacket off and threw it at the people sitting down to my left. I was listening to music at the time, and he was yelling so I took my headphones out to hear what he was yelling, and the three main threats that he repeated over and over was "I'm gonna kill you, I'm prepared to go to jail for life, and I'm willing to die."

You know, this was a scary situation, and, Mr. Neely came on, I'm 6'2″, and he was taller than me.

(...)

I was scared for myself, but I looked around, I saw women and children, he was yelling in their faces saying these threats. I couldn't just sit still.



Jonathan Turley
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While critics often speak hopefully of "Trump fatigue" among voters, prosecutors are dealing with a Justice fatigue. A new poll shows that less than a majority of citizens believe Trump was correctly charged...

Here's that column.


While critics often speak hopefully of "Trump fatigue" among voters, prosecutors are dealing with a Justice fatigue. A new poll shows that less than a majority of citizens believe Trump was correctly charged. An ABC/Ipsos poll found that 48% of Americans think Trump was rightfully charged while 35% do not think he should have been indicted. Another 17% was unsure. Prosecutors were likely hoping for more than a plurality given the details of the indictment. Worse yet, according to the poll, 47% of Americans think the charges against Trump are politically motivated. These polls indicate that Smith is not exactly singing to an empty room . . . but it is far from full.

However, most of the column is about how tough this will be for Trump to beat. Turley says the political case for Trump is a lot stronger than the legal case.


A few good videos here. Make sure you watch the antifa demon at around 5:55.

Just posted: New Tucker Carlson monologue. I assume it's about the Trump arraignment.

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