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    Caityln Jenner - who's running for California governor - hedged her bets on the abortion debate by saying she's both 'for women's right to choose' but also  'supports' Texas's extreme new abortion law. Jenner - who has been polling at 1 percent for the last two months - was asked Tuesday about her stance on Texas's abortion law during an interview on CNN.  The law outlaws abortion after six weeks, even though an overwhelming majority of women don't even know they're pregnant before six weeks.   'I am for women's right to choose,' Jenner said.  'I'm also for a state having the ability to make their own laws, and so I support Texas in that decision. That's their decision. I'm OK with that.'  Scroll down for video  GOP California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner (right) said during CNN's Tuesday morning show 'New Day' with anchor Brianna Keiler (left) that she 'supports' new Texas abortion law but then says she also supports 'a woman's right to choose' CNN 'New Day' anchor Brianna Keiler asked a follow up question: 'But you're fine with the...
    Jenna Ryan on Today Jenna Ryan, the highly-memed Texas real estate agent who admittedly took part in the pro-GOP siege of the U.S. Capitol Complex on January 6, says to forget about expecting any regret from her. “I personally feel innocent in everything that I have done,” Ryan, 50, recently told NBC News during a lengthy interview. “I feel like the police officers were ushering people into the Capitol. There were thousands of people there. I have no guilt in my heart. My intention was not to have a riot. I did not want to have a riot. I was documenting what was going on in the environment I was in.” In one social media post, recently cited by the FBI, Ryan can be heard saying: “We’re gonna go down and storm the Capitol.” Ryan waxed philosophical about her word choice when faced with that social media post by NBC’s Cynthia McFadden: If you look up the term “storm,” you can storm in the kitchen. You can storm in and say, “No more.” I’m not storming in to kill people....
    Three people have been charged for brutally beating a former Texas GOP Senate candidate after she claimed that she was reportedly, ‘gagged, bound, tortured’ at a hotel. Vanessa Tijerina, 42, told KVEO that she had been deceived into showing up at a Texas Inn in Raymondville by a woman wearing a ‘black bra’. The woman, who was later identified as Amanda Salinas, called Tijerina and requested to meet up to speak with her regarding her own safety. Vanessa Tijerina told KVEO she was lured to a Texas Inn, on Frontage road, by a woman in a “black bra.”https://t.co/2SheJksTJ2 — CBS 4 News (@cbs4rgv) December 28, 2020 “They made it seem like they had something really, really important to tell me and they couldn’t tell me on the phone” Tijerina said through sobs during a video she posted on Facebook. Tijerina was apparently left with her face severely bruised, and her eyes swollen from the beating. (RELATED: Brooklyn Man Offers To Pay For Two Strangers’ Meals, So They Beat And Rob Him) In another Facebook Live video posted on Monday,...
    As tensions continue to rise in Washington, D.C., protesters are verbally clashing with others. One outspoken woman yelled at a street preacher, stating she would wipe her “bloody” vagina with the Bible. A masked white woman can be seen confronting a Black street preacher yelling, “I’m gonna wipe my bloody p*ssy with your Bible papers.” DC: “I’m gunna wipe my bloody pu**y, with your bible papers” pic.twitter.com/NFLFXbiKoF — Drew Hernandez (@livesmattershow) November 4, 2020 Ildefonso Ortiz is an award-winning journalist with Breitbart Texas. He co-founded Breitbart Texas’ Cartel Chronicles project with Brandon Darby and senior Breitbart management. You can follow him on Twitter and on Facebook. He can be contacted at [email protected] 
    FORT WORTH, Texas -- A Texas woman says she was fired by a Whataburger in Fort Worth for wearing a Black Lives Matter face mask to work, in what is the latest in a string of penalties handed down by employers for public displays of support for the social justice movement.Similar cases are popping up across the state and all over the country. Over the summer, two Texas teachers faced disciplinary action from their schools, one for wearing a mask and the other for displaying a Black Lives Matter sign, among other signs, in her virtual classroom.Meanwhile in Ohio, a Taco Bell worker was fired for refusing to take off his Black Lives Matter mask; the same happened to a convenience store worker in New Jersey. And Whole Foods is being sued by 15 employees across six stores, who are accusing the Amazon-owned grocery store of firing one employee and disciplining 40 others for wearing the masks and pins at work."What we're seeing with a lot of employees, particularly during this time, is the desire to have their place of...
    Twitter Video of a young woman at Texas Tech University boasting about having COVID-19 has gone viral. Texas Tech University officials are investigating after a video of a young woman boasting about having COVID-19 spread online. The woman recorded herself at an outdoor party and proclaimed that the entire group was infected with the virus. None of the other attendees appeared to be wearing masks. The clip was shared on social media on September 5 and quickly went viral. The Twitter user who posted it, Taylor Smith, captioned the video: “What’s happening at Texas Tech. Side note, I do not know this girl but she was brave enough to post this for others to see! If you are selfish like this with no regards for others safety, f*** off!” Health officials have expressed concern about the rise of coronavirus cases on college campuses. Recent outbreaks have been linked to large gatherings as students head back to school, according to CNN, with more than 40,000 cases reported among students and staff nationwide. Here’s what you need to...
    This woman’s ex is likely eating his words. Miriam Blanco, a 33-year-old mother of four, claims she was dumped by her ex-boyfriend for being “too fat.” 'WORLD'S HOTTEST GRANDMOTHER' SHARES SECRET TO YOUTHFUL LOOKS, SAYS SHE DOESN'T USE BOTOX “I had an ex that would always tell me no one wants to end up with someone fat and that I was lucky he was even sticking around. I remember that stuck with me for a long time — sometimes it still gets to me. After he left, I was a depressed single mother of two,” Blanco told the Daily Mail. “I hated how I looked. I had very low self-esteem. I used to tell my husband if he left me for another woman I wouldn't be angry because I knew he could do better than me,” she explained of her poor self-worth, even after she had gotten married to her current husband. Miriam Blaco, seen here with her current husband Jordan, said her ex dumped her for being "too fat." (MDW Features) The pharmacy technician, from Houston, Texas, managed...
    (CNN)The woman who invited Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to her mother's burial "to witness first-hand the tragedy" of mourning the respiratory therapist who died of Covid-19 criticized the state's response to the pandemic."My mom could still be alive had there been a mask mandate much earlier on and had Texas stayed closed," Fiana Tulip told CNN's Don Lemon Wednesday.Isabelle Papadimitriou was a respiratory therapist in Dallas, Texas, when the pandemic came to the state and then to her hospital, Tulip said of her mother. The only places Papadimitriou went during that time were work and home, her daughter said said."My mother was a frontline worker and she didn't have the option to Netflix and chill. ... She had to go to work," Tulip said. "Whether these frontline workers want to be heroes or not, they don't have a choice."Tulip believes her mother contracted the virus during Abbott's executive order restricting local leaders from implementing mask requirements. More than 363,615 people have contracted the virus in the state and 4,439 people have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Read...
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