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  2. An adorable 2-year-old girl’s gloomy reaction to her birthday cake mix-up has gone viral on social media. Melin Jones, the little girl’s mom, said she had gone to her local Walmart in Bonne Terre, Mo., to pick up a birthday cake for her daughter, Liz. “Liz’s nickname is Lizard. I got her a cake at Walmart & asked the lady to write ‘happy Birthday Lizard’ I did not look at it. Don’t ask me why. As I’m unloading the car I look quickly at it and notice the lady didn’t hear ‘Lizard’ she heard loser,” Melin wrote on Facebook. Melin Jones, the little girl’s mom, said she had gone to her local Walmart in Bonne Terre, Mo., to pick up a birthday cake for her daughter, Liz, whose nickname is LIZARD. Melin wrote on Facebook that originally she was upset by the mix-up, but eventually found it funny and presented the cake to Liz before snapping the now-viral pout. Though the little girl looks disheartened by the message, Melin was quick to explain that Liz cannot read and they did not tell her what it said. “Even if we did, our 2 year old child wouldn’t know what a loser is,” Melin wrote. The incident, which happened in September 2018, was reposted in a group called Sad Sales on Facebook. Melin told Fox News she had shared it immediately after it happened, but later deleted it as she did not want to get the Walmart employee in trouble. “We live in a super small town and I didn’t want any backlash to come to the lady that misheard me when I asked if she could write on it,” Melin said to Fox News. Melin shared that they got her a new cake with her full name, Elizabeth, written on it. (Melin Jones) Fortunately, little Lizard did not have to stay a “loser” for long. Melin shared that they got her a new cake with her full name written on it. Earlier this month, another woman had a similar situation. A Georgia Dairy Queen worker misheard a woman’s request for a “Moana” cake for her daughter’s 25th birthday and created a marijuana cake instead.
  3. Years before Rep. Rashida Tlaib was speaking out against President Trump in Congress, she was shouting at him as security dragged her out of a meeting at the Detroit Economic Club. HOLY SHIT! Video of the August 2016 incident, which has gone viral since resurfacing over the weekend, shows the current congresswoman shouting as then-candidate Trump delivered a speech before business leaders. While being escorted out of the room, she continued to jump and yell at those in attendance. “You guys are crazy!” Tlaib can be heard shouting. Someone off-camera can be heard responding, “You're an animal, get a job!” 7,030 people are talking about this Of course, she went on to get a job representing her district in Congress, but at the time she was working as a public interest attorney at the Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice. Prior to that, she was a representative in the Michigan state legislature until she had to leave due to term limits, having lost a bid for state Senate. After the outburst, Tlaib explained herself in a guest column for the Detroit Free Press, where she said she interrupted the event along with “12 other brave women” because “confronting Trump was the most patriotic and courageous act I could pursue.” She said she drew inspiration from bold women like Rosa Parks. Tlaib acknowledged the criticism against her for acting in a way “unbecoming of a former state legislator,” but defended her behavior by saying Trump did not deserve “courteous behavior” or “social niceties.” That attitude was later reflected when Tlaib, after entering Congress, vowed to “impeach the motherf-----.” After the interruption at the 2016 event, Trump could be seen standing quietly until things began to settle down. He then quipped, “I will say, the Bernie Sanders people had far more energy and spirit.” 3,317 people are talking about this He's not so reserved now that Tlaib and fellow freshman Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley are in Congress. Trump started a firestorm earlier this month by tweeting that those lawmakers should "go back" where they came from, fix things and return to "show us how it's done" -- even though most of his intended targets were born in America. Trump has spent the last week battling with critics who accused him of stoking racial tensions with the remarks.
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  5. yawl still believt him and still dind'nt know the mother fucker was lying to yawls dumb asses
  6. Back in the Day on July 22 223 years ago - In 1796, the beautiful city of Cleveland, Ohio, was founded by General Moses Clevealand. And yes, he did have that extra "a" in there. It's not really clear why it was dropped for the spelling of the city. 126 years ago - In 1893, Katharine Lee Bates, a professor at Wellesley College, wrote the original version of her poem"America The Beautiful". She was inspired by the view from Pike's Peak in Colorado. 85 years ago - In 1934, bank robber John Dillinger was shot to death by federal agents outside Chicago's Biograph Theater. Legend has it that Dillinger was packing 17 inches . . . FLACCID. 28 years ago - In 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in Milwaukee. Police found 11 skulls and three headless torsos sealed in a vat . . . plus other body parts in his apartment. 28 years ago - In 1991, Desiree Washington, a Miss Black America contestant, filed a formal complaint with the cops to reportthat she'd been raped by Mike Tyson in an Indianapolis hotel room three days earlier. Tyson was convicted, and served three years in prison. He continues to proclaim his innocence. In fact, just a few years back, he called Desiree, quote, "a wretched swine of a woman." 28 years ago - In 1991, Rob Lowewas finally tamed by (married) one Sheryl Berkoff. Today's their 28th Anniversary. 25 years ago - In 1994, O.J. Simpson pleaded "absolutely 100% not guilty" to double murder charges. Who knew back then that he was telling the truth? (???) 24 years ago - In 1995, Susan Smith was convicted in Union, South Carolina, of first-degree murder for drowning her two sons. She was later sentenced to life in prison. (She drove them into a lake . . . and tried to cover it up by saying her car and her kids were stolen by a BLACK MAN.) 16 years ago - In 2003, Saddam Hussein's sons . . . Qusay and International Playboy Uday . . . were killed in a massive, SIX-HOUR U.S. military raid on a home in Iraq. 11 years ago - In 2008, Estelle Getty died three days short of her 85th birthday. She played Bea Arthur's mom on the show, but she was actually the youngest of all the "Golden Girls" stars, and the first to die. (Bea Arthur kicked it in April of 2009, then Rue McClanahan died in June of 2010 . . . and now Betty White is our most SACRED of national treasures.) 11 years ago - In 2008, Miley Cyrus released her second album "Breakout". It was the first music she'd released separate from her TV show, but still mostly sounded like "Hannah Montana".
  7. Birthdays on July 22, 2019 Madison Pettis is 21. The little girl from Disney Channel's "Cory in the House" who played The Rock's adorable daughter in"The Game Plan". Now she's on that Facebook drama "Five Points". The second season premieres August 5th. Selena Gomez is 27. Keegan Allen is 30. Toby on "Pretty Little Liars" . . . the guy who was forced to have sex with his stepsister Jenna. Clive Standen is 38. Ragnar's brother Rollo on "Vikings". A.J. Cook is 41. JJ on "Criminal Minds". Franka Potente is 45. The German woman who falls in love with Matt Damon in "The Bourne Identity" and "The Bourne Supremacy". Jaime Camil is 46. Jane's dad Rogelio on "Jane the Virgin". Colin Ferguson is 47. Sheriff Jack Carter on Syfy's "Eureka". Rhys Ifans is 52. The Lizard in "The Amazing Spider-Man", Mycroft Holmes on "Elementary", and Luna Lovegood's fatherin "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". Tim Brown is 53. Retired Oakland Raiders wide receiver. Shawn Michaels is 54. The Heartbreak Kid. Former WWF (slash) WWE superstar. He helped screw Bret Hart. But HIS "heart" now belongs to Jesus. David Spade is 55. Rumor has it, God gifted him with special genitals. John Leguizamo is 55. Half-Puerto Rican funnyman who runs the chop shop in the "John Wick" movies, and plays Sid the Sloth in the "Ice Age" movies. Emily Saliers is 56. Indigo Girls. "Closer to Fine" and "Hammer and a Nail". Keith Sweat is 58. R&B singer. "Nobody" and "Twisted". Willem Dafoe is 64. The Green Goblin in "Spider-Man" and dope-smoking Sergeant Elias in "Platoon". Don Henley is 72. The Eagles. His solo hits include "The Boys of Summer" and "All She Wants to Do is Dance". Albert Brooks is 72. Comedic Genius. Danny Glover is 73. And he thought he was too old for this [s***] before. George Clinton of Parliament Funkadelic is 78. "Flash Light", "Atomic Dog", "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off This Sucker)" Alex Trebek is 79. Who is the host of "Jeopardy"? Terence Stamp is 81. General Zod in "Superman 2", Jor-El on "Smallville", and Siegfried in the "Get Smart" movie.
  8. The Trump administration has not installed a single mile of new wall in a previously fenceless part of the U.S.-Mexico border in the 30 months since President Trump assumed office, despite his campaign promise to construct a “big beautiful wall.” In a statement last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the federal agency overseeing border barrier construction, confirmed that all the fencing completed since Trump took office is "in place of dilapidated designs" because the existing fence was in need of replacement. The agency said that it had built 51 miles of steel bollard fence with funding that was set aside during fiscal 2017 and 2018. But while the funding was meant both to replace outdated walls and to place barriers where there previously had been none, the government has only completed the replacement projects. The projects to secure areas with no fence are still in the works. The 50 miles of completed replacement barrier is a 10-mile gain since early April. In Trump’s two and a half years in office, his administration has installed an average 1.7 miles of barrier per month, and none of it in areas that did not previously have some sort of barrier. A total 205 miles of new and replacement barrier has been funded in the two and a half years since Trump took office. A senior administration official told the Washington Examiner that Border Patrol and the Army Corps of Engineers moved faster on replacement projects than the new ones because the approval process for environmental and zoning permits was far less extensive than areas of the border with no barrier. A second senior official defended the progress the administration's progress and blamed Democrats in Congress for blocking funding for additional projects the White House has tried to move on. "The wall projects are moving along as quickly as practicably possible given the unprecedented obstruction from Democrat lawmakers to protect and prolong open borders," the official wrote in a statement. "These same obstructionists, including many who once supported border barriers, are the same people who would abolish ICE and DHS, let criminals run free across our borders, and turned a blind eye to the scourge human trafficking and child sex slavery enabled by their policies." Despite the lack of new barriers, Trump has applauded his administration for building more border wall. His 2020 campaign has made the border wall its primary messaging. Trump's 2020 campaign debuted the slogan "Finish the Wall" at his first rally of 2019 in El Paso, Texas. At one point during his speech, the crowd began cheering "build that wall." Trump responded, "Now, you really mean 'finish that wall,' because we've built a lot of it,” though he did not share numbers with the thousands of people in attendance. The White House initially persuaded Congress to fund replacement projects in 2017, then moved in 2018 to get more money for both replacement fencing and projects in parts of the border that have no barrier. Congress in 2017 approved $341 million for 40 miles of replacement wall in San Diego, California; Santa Teresa, North Mexico; Calexico, California; and El Paso, Texas. “To this date, CBP has completed the construction of approximately 99 percent of the 40 miles funded in fiscal year 2017. Additionally, construction of 35 gates to close gaps in current border infrastructure in the Rio Grande Valley sector continues,” the Department of Homeland Security agency said in a statement. In the 2018 omnibus government funding bill, lawmakers approved $1.375 billion for 80 miles of new and replacement wall in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, various regions of California, and Yuma, Arizona. CBP said it has finished roughly 10 miles of that portion, of which none has been new fencing. Meanwhile, the administration maintains that significant portions of new wall will be finished in the time remaining in Trump's term. Army Corps Commanding Gen. Todd T. Semonite said earlier this spring the Corps will put up 450 miles of wall by November 2020. However, CBP reiterated this month it is only moving on the approximately 205 miles that have been funded as of 2019, including with Treasury Forfeiture Fund dollars Trump redirected through executive action in February. The remaining 85 miles that has already been funded was proposed this year and is intended for the Rio Grande Valley of Texas — some of which is meant to be new wall. The Trump administration was sued earlier this spring after seizing $6.6 billion in military and other department funding to use for border wall construction. The Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to weigh in after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the White House plan from going forward. The court is expected to rule in the next few weeks. Roughly 700 miles of the 2,000-mile border has some sort of barrier as a result of the Secure Fence Act, which was passed by Congress during the George W. Bush administration. It was the first major piece of legislation that funded the construction of barriers along the southern border. Approximately 400 miles is steel fencing comparable to the planned new wall, only shorter. The other 300 miles of barrier is Normandy style, or a handful of steel beams fastened together to prevent vehicular traffic from getting by. However, the four-foot-tall fence does not prevent people from crossing.
  9. Yesterday
  10. A woman in Australia has been arrested on murder charges after she allegedly decapitated her mother Saturday following an argument in front of a 4-year-old grandson, according to police. The New South Wales Police Force said in a news release the incident happened in Sydney just before midnight, when authorities were called to a home after reports of an argument between a 25-year-old woman and her 57-year-old mother. “While police are trained to respond to all types of situations, there’s no getting away from the fact this was a horrific attack,” Detective Superintendent Brett McFadden told reporters Sunday. "This is up there with one of the most significant, most horrific scenes police have to deal with." The 25-year-old, identified in Australia media as Jessica Camilleri, was covered in blood when she knocked on her neighbor's door to tell him she killed her mother, Rita Camilleri. Authorities found the elder Camilleri's body inside the family home that had sustained "multiple injuries." The 57-year-old's decapitated head was lying on a nearby sidewalk, the Australian reported. Rita Camilleri was allegedly killed and decapitated by her daughter following a "violent argument" on Saturday. (Facebook) Neighbors told News.com.au they rushed to the home after hearing the "violent argument," but discovered the 57-year-old's head lying on the sidewalk. While McFadden did not publicly address the decapitation reports, he said a number of knives were used in the "horrific" attack. A 4-year-old boy who was in the home at the time of the incident sustained a minor head injury and was transported to a children's hospital. Police identified him as the victim's grandson and nephew of the 25-year-old. Jessica Camilleri appeared in court on Sunday, and claimed she couldn't move her fingers properly or wash the blood off after "the incident," 7 News reported. See 7NEWS Sydney's other Tweets She also claimed to be "in agony," and said she suffered from several mental health issues. She has since been referred for a medical assessment. A police strike force has been formed to investigate the killing, and authorities spent Sunday combing through the neighborhood for any evidence. "The detectives are now working meticulously through the information available to us, but it’s a very difficult and challenging investigation," McFadden said. "It is also in its very early stages and as you’d understand there is still a long way to go in this inquiry."
  11. Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders announced this weekend he will cut staffers' hours so that they can effectively be paid a $15-an-hour minimum wage, prompting mockery from critics who say the move is more evidence that Sanders' plan to raise the national minimum wage is hypocritical and would only lead to less work and more unemployment. The Washington Post first reported last Thursday that Sanders' field staffers were upset that Sanders championed a $15 minimum wage on the campaign trail, and made headlines for railing against major corporations who pay "starvation wages" -- even as his own employees made "poverty wages." In response, Sanders told The Des Moines Register he was "very proud" to lead the first major presidential campaign with unionized workers, but also "bothered" that news of the internal strife had spilled into the media. BERNIE SANDERS SAYS HIS $40 TRILLION MEDICARE-FOR-ALL PLAN WOULD HELP US SAVE MONEY The self-described socialist candidate said junior field organizers earn roughly $36,000 per year in salary, with employer-paid health care and sick leave. But he acknowledged that their salary can effectively dip below $15 per hour if staffers work much more than 40 hours per week, which is common on presidential campaigns. The solution is to "limit the number of hours staffers work to 42 or 43 each week to ensure they’re making the equivalent of $15 an hour," he told the Register's Brianne Pfannenstiel. 1,246 people are talking about this "It does bother me that people are going outside of the process and going to the media," Sanders added. "That is really not acceptable. It is really not what labor negotiations are about, and it's improper." He went on to say that the union contract "not only provides pay of at least $15 an hour, it also provides, I think, the best health care benefits that any employer can provide for our field organizers." Reaction from commentators and lawmakers was unsparing. "For the first time in his life, socialist Bernie Sanders practices economics and, buddy, the results are hilarious," wrote columnist and humorist Stephen Miller. He added: "Why won’t millionaire Bernie Sanders, who owns 3 homes, instead of cutting hours, pay his staff a living wage? People are starving." Texas Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw lambasted the discord in the Sanders' campaign -- which has been struggling in post-debate polls -- as beyond parody. "So does this fall under the category of hypocrisy, irony, or poetic justice?" Crenshaw asked. "All three? Can’t make this stuff up." "This situation is an instructive example of the downside of more than doubling the minimum wage," wrote The Blaze's Aaron Colen. "Companies don't just suddenly get more money to pay employees. They have to make tough decisions; usually either cutting hours, or worse, cutting staff." Added The Daily Wire's Ashe Shcow: "This is just *chef’s kiss*." Ben Shaprio wrote, "In which Bernie Sanders learns about economics." The development comes days after the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) concluded that a proposed $15 federal minimum wage could result in 3.7 million people becoming unemployed -- far higher than House Democrats' estimates -- as employers struggle to make payroll and respond by slashing jobs and hours. The CBO noted the "considerable uncertainty" in calculating the impact of the minimum wage from state to state, and indicated that up to 17 million Americans could see pay increases. LIZ PEEK: HOW BERNIE SANDERS WILL BE TO BLAME IF DEMS LOSE BIG IN 2020 Republican leaders have said a minimum wage hike would be “devastating” for middle-class families, citing CBO research finding that the minimum wage hike would also reduce business income, raise consumer prices and reduce the nation’s output. Overall, the CBO said the move would reduce real family income by about $9 billion in 2025 -- or 0.1 percent. Nevertheless, the Democrat-controlled House last week voted in favor of a bill to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. The current federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, unchanged since 2009. The bill is unlikely to see much traction in the Republican-controlled Senate. Tucker: Democratic voters don't really have a lot of choices Tucker uncovers the hypocrisy of 2020 Democrats: Bernie Sanders pushes for $15 minimum wage, Kamala Harris touts equal pay but their staffers argue otherwise. The episode underscored a key vulnerability that has dogged Sanders' campaign for months, and which intensified after Sanders released ten years of his tax returns earlier this year. The documents showed Sanders and his wife paid a 26 percent effective tax rate on $561,293 in income, and made more than $1 million in both 2016 and 2017. Despite advocating for socialism on the world stage, Sanders donated only $10,600 to charity in 2016 and $36,300 in 2017, the records showed, followed by nearly $19,000 in 2018. Meanwhile, according to a letter from campaign staffers to Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir, workers were being "expected to build the largest grassroots organizing program in American history while making poverty wages." “Given our campaign’s commitment to fighting for a living wage of at least $15.00 an hour,” the letter continued, “we believe it is only fair that the campaign would carry through this commitment to its own field team.” Sanders admitted in a combative Fox News town hall in April that "you're going to pay more in taxes" if he becomes president.
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