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Eric Trump Dehumanizes Democrats, Because He's "Never Seen Hatred Like This"

No surprise there. 

Eric Trump, POTUS' son, who now is the executive vice president of the Trump organization, is ironically feeling an immense amount of hate from the Democratic party. The level of distaste he is salivating is apparently so foul that he no longer deems those who swing left as even human, reports Essence.

In a recent interview with Fox News, Trump told Sean Hannity that he’s “never seen hatred like this," he said of the democratic party’s disapproval towards Donald Trump. "To me, they're not even people. It's so, so sad. I mean, morality is just gone. Morals have flown out the window. We deserve so much better than this as a country. You know it's so sad. You see the Democratic Party. They're imploding. They're imploding. They have no message. You see the head of the DNC, who is a total whack job. There's no leadership there.”

In response to Trump’s ludicrous comments, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez took to Twitter and addressed Trump’s false claims. “Eric, Democrats are people. So are Muslims, immigrants, women, people with pre-existing conditions, and everyone else Trump is hurting.”

Reportedly, Trump’s second youngest son attacked the leftist party the same day his father was accused of moving money raised for charity – profits that go to children’s cancer research – into his own business. Yet other reports allege that the Eric Trump Foundation, which hosts the charity event, received payments for using their golf course in Westchester, New York for the venue. Eric responded to this by saying: “Let's not politicize pediatric cancer.”

Yet he politicizes human beings, right?

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Biz Markie Uses Food Stamps To Settle Debt With 50 Cent

Well, that’s one way to settle up. It seems like everybody, and their mother, and their third-cousins once removed owes 50 Cent money.

According to the rapper and entrepreneur, figures from Bow Wow to Rotimi To Teairra Mari has reportedly owed the music mogul moolah after borrowing some stacks sometime within the last few to several years.

Biz Markie is the latest public figure to owe the Power star, and he settled his debt in perhaps the trolling move of the century. Instead of paying 50 with money, he paid him in food stamps.

“I ran into Biz markie back stage in Minnesota,” 50 wrote on Instagram to accompany a photo of Biz handing him the paper food stamps. “I said Biz I always loved ya music and all that but I need that money you owe me. LOL he had food stamps.” He continued in the comments by writing “Nobody beats the Biz.”

In another photo, Biz is smiling next to a scowling 50, who may be scowling because he may have been out-trolled this time around. We love a good joke, and we’re glad Biz has a sense of humor.

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I ran into Biz markie back stage in Minnesota. I said Biz I always loved ya music and all that but I need that money you owe me. LOL 😆he had food stamps

A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Jun 19, 2019 at 6:19am PDT

 

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I PAID #50cent THE MONEY I OWED HIM...

A post shared by Biz Markie (@officialbizmarkie) on Jun 15, 2019 at 8:49pm PDT

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Janet Mock Becomes First Trans Woman To Score Overall Deal With Netflix

Janet Mock just made history. Per Variety, the director, writer and producer is the first transgender woman to score a major deal with Netflix.

The 36-year-old’s deal with the streaming giant is reportedly for three years, and features the exclusive rights to her television series Pose, as well as first-look for future feature film projects.

“As a best-selling author, producer and director, Janet Mock has demonstrated she knows how to bring her vision to thrilling, vivid life,” Netflix VP of original content Cindy Holland says of Mock. “She’s a groundbreaker and creative force who we think will fit right in here at Netflix.”

“As someone who grew up in front of the TV screen, whether that was watching talk shows or family sitcoms or VHS films, I never thought that I would be embraced,” Mock says of her groundbreaking new endeavor. “And more than embraced. Given not just a seat at the table but a table of my own making.”

“It is truly groundbreaking for Netflix to empower Janet Mock, a trans woman of color, to create and greenlight her own films and TV shows,” says Nick Adams, director of transgender media and representation at GLAAD. “We can’t wait to see the stories she’ll bring to the screen.”

Beyoncé as well as Barack and Michelle Obama also scored major, multi-million dollar distribution deals with Netflix in 2019 and 2018, respectively.

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Donald Trump Promises To Cure Cancer And AIDS In Re-Election Rally Speech

Donald Trump formally kicked off his re-election campaign Tuesday (June 18) with a rally in Orlando, Florida. Standing in front of a packed crowd of MAGA hat-wearing supporters, Trump promised attendees everything but the sun, moon and the stars.

At the Amway Center, Trump said he would cure cancer and vow his administration would work to eradicate HIV and AIDS if re-elected to a second term.

"We will push onward with new medical frontiers," Trump said. "We will come up with the cures to many, many problems, to many, many diseases including cancer and others. And we're getting closer all the time."

According to the American Cancer Society, in 2018 there were 1.7 million new cancer diagnoses in the United States and 609,640 perished.

During the president's State of The Union speech in January, Trump promised he'd get rid of H.I.V and AIDS by 2030. On Tuesday, he doubled-down on his previous statement. "We will eradicate AIDS in America once and for all — and we are really close."

The Center for Disease Control estimates 1.1 million people are living with H.I.V today.

During the rally, Trump reportedly was able to raise $24.8 million in 24 hours. The staggering amount overshadows how much several Democratic nominees have been able to crowd raise.

 

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