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    Aaron Rodgers is out for the Packers’ game against the Chiefs and under fire for apparently lying about his vaccination status. Will the NFL punish him? Ahead of a big match up with the Chiefs, the Packers got some bad news: Aaron Rodgers is out after testing positive for COVID-19. Losing Rodgers for Sunday’s game would be bad enough, but it turns out Rodgers is unvaccinated and will have to miss a minimum of 10 days, putting him in doubt for the game against the Seahawks. To top it all off, the situation turned extra controversial because Rodgers told the media over the summer that he was vaccinated. Or so everyone thought. Did Aaron Rodgers lie about being vaccinated?The short answer is: Yes, Rodgers lied. The quarterback was asked if he was vaccinated. His response was this: ????????????. ????????, ???????????????? Aaron Rodgers when asked if vaccinated: "Yeah Im immunized." (via @ChancellorTV)pic.twitter.com/Oud2Y4IJKz — FanSided (@FanSided) November 3, 2021 “Yeah, I’m immunized,” he said. Unless you’re a lawyer trying your hardest to convince people what the alternate definition of “is” is,...
    TYSON FURY has once again taken aim at 'bully Deontay Wilder after having his coronavirus-related fight drop out questioned. The pair's heavyweight trilogy battle was delayed from July 24 to October 9. 2Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will finally do battle in the ring in OctoberCredit: AFP But Fury's diagnosis has been called a 'lie' by Wilder, amid a growing war of words between the boxers. And the Gypsy King fired back on Friday evening with a fresh tirade against the American. Fury, 32, tweeted a picture of Wilder with the phrase: "This man is a real piece of work. "A real bully excuse maker. Not a warrior or a man at all. Beat the mug 2 times. "I’ve battered him and his trainer. But still talking s***. Real p******." Fury beat Wilder, 35, in seven rounds in their rematch last year after a draw opened their rivalry two-and-a-half years ago. And the Brit previously bust the eardrum of Malik Scott, the Bronze Bomber's coach, in a sparring session several years ago. The trainer, 40, has joined in the...
    Former President Donald Trump's lies about the 2020 election were repeated by the mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed in an account published Sunday that he declined to publicly confront former President Donald Trump's election lies because he did not want to upset Trump and wanted to win Senate elections in Georgia. The Atlantic's Jonathan Karl reported that ahead of two January runoff Senate elections in Georgia, McConnell told then-Attorney General William Barr that he wanted Barr to confront Trump over his lies about the 2020 election results and would not do so himself. "Look, we need the president in Georgia," he said. According to Karl's reporting, McConnell was afraid Trump would "sabotage" the Georgia campaigns if he declared Joe Biden had won the election. "And so we cannot be frontally attacking him right now. But you're in a better position to inject some reality into this situation. You are really the only one who can do it." Karl said Barr...
    Former Rochester, New York, Police Chief La'Ron Singletary has accused the city's mayor of pressuring him to lie about the series of events following the death of Daniel Prude and firing him after he refused. Prude, a Black man, died in March after Rochester police put a spit sock over his head and pressed his face into the ground for more than three minutes while he was naked and handcuffed, according to body camera footage and documents filed by his family. The circumstances surrounding Prude's death were not made public until September, when the family released the bodycam footage and supporting evidence. The six-month delay raised questions about why his death was not previously disclosed to the public. In a press conference the next day and in multiple interviews thereafter, Mayor Lovely Warren claimed Singletary told her that Prude died of a PCP overdose, said she had not seen the video footage of his arrest until August, and argued that Singletary downplayed the circumstances surrounding Prude's death. "l have addressed with police Chief La'Ron Singletary how deeply disappointed I...
    Former Rochester Police Chief La’Ron Singletary has accused the mayor of pressuring him to lie about the events that followed the fatal arrest of Daniel Prude – and then axing him because he refused, according to a report. Prude, 41, suffocated after cops placed a “spit hood” over his head and pushed him to the ground while he was naked and in distress on March 23. Mayor Lovely Warren has suspended seven cops pending an investigation into their roles in the death, which has been ruled a homicide after an autopsy report said Prude’s cause of death includes “complications of asphyxia in the setting of physical restraint.” The circumstances surrounding his death were not made public until September, when the family released police bodycam footage. Warren, who has claimed Singletary told her Prude died of a PCP overdose, has said she had not seen the footage until August — and argued that the chief downplayed the circumstances surrounding the death, CBS News reported. “l have addressed with police Chief La’Ron Singletary how deeply disappointed I am in him personally and...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Rochester, New York’s former police chief alleges the city’s mayor pressured him to lie about her handling of the police killing of Daniel Prude, which was kept from the public for six months, and that she fired him because he refused to do so. La’Ron Singletary, terminated in September after announcing plans to retire, says in legal papers made public Wednesday that Mayor Lovely Warren urged him to omit facts and give false information to back her claim that it wasn’t until months later that she learned key details of the March 23 encounter that led to Prude’s death from suffocation. Singletary wrote in the papers — a notice of claim sent to the city as a precursor to a lawsuit — that Warren was especially worried that his testimony before a city council panel investigating Prude’s death would undermine her repeated assertions that the then-chief hid information from her. Singletary wrote that those assertions, made by Warren at news conferences and in TV interviews after news of Prude’s death became public in September — were...
    By MICHAEL R. SISAK, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Rochester, New York’s former police chief alleges the city’s mayor pressured him to lie about her handling of the police killing of Daniel Prude, which was kept from the public for six months, and that she fired him because he refused to do so. La’Ron Singletary, terminated in September after announcing plans to retire, says in legal papers made public Wednesday that Mayor Lovely Warren urged him to omit facts and give false information to back her claim that it wasn't until months later that she learned key details of the March 23 encounter that led to Prude's death from suffocation. Singletary wrote in the papers — a notice of claim sent to the city as a precursor to a lawsuit — that Warren was especially worried that his testimony before a city council panel investigating Prude’s death would undermine her repeated assertions that the then-chief hid information from her. Singletary wrote that those assertions, made by Warren at news conferences and in TV interviews after news of Prude’s death...
    Loading the player... A former Rochester chief of police filed a claim this week stating that the city’s mayor asked him to “withhold full and truthful information from the City Council investigation” into the death of Daniel Prude. Prude died one week after being restrained by Rochester Police in late March. Former Rochester Police Chief La’Ron Singletary (left) says Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren (right) asked him to “withhold full and truthful information from the City Council investigation” into the March 23 death of Daniel Prude. (Photos by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images) The incident became public in September, prompting protests and staff changes within the department. But former Rochester Police Chief La’Ron Singletary said Mayor Lovely Warren asked him to “provide false information and to omit material information to support the Mayor’s public narrative concerning her knowledge of the events in the matter of Daniel Prude.” Read More: Barack Obama explains ‘very particular point’ on defund the police on ‘Daily Show’ “I repeatedly refused to lie for Mayor Warren,” he said. The “notice of claim” filed this week came...
    The Wisconsin Republican claimed a satirical tweet is voter suppression — and then shared it with the world. In a Senate hearing on Wednesday, Republican Ron Johnson questioned heads of social media companies who have taken down or restricted access to Donald Trump's tweets for spreading misinformation.However, in the process, Johnson bizarrely ended up bringing attention to a satirical tweet that mentioned him strangling a dog. The moment happened when Johnson asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about blocking misinformation on civic integrity and used this satirical tweet that Twitter did not remove as an example of misinformation that should have been removed. Here is the exchange Johnson had with Dorsey: Mr. Dorsey, you talked about your policies toward misinformation and that you will block misinformation if it's about civic integrity, election interference or voter suppression.   Let me give you a tweet that was put up on Twitter.   It says, 'Senator Ron Johnson is my neighbor and strangled our dog, Buttons, right in front of my 4-year-old son and...
    Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump abruptly ended a Saturday news conference after a reporter challenged him on a lie about veterans health care he has told more than 150 times. Trump, speaking at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, had claimed again that he is the one who got the Veterans Choice program passed -- adding, "They've been trying to get that passed for decades and decades and decades and no president's ever been able to do it, and we got it done."In fact, former President Barack Obama signed the Choice program into law in 2014. The law, which allowed eligible veterans to be covered by the government for care provided by doctors outside the VA system, was a bipartisan initiative spearheaded by two senators Trump has repeatedly criticized, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and the late John McCain of Arizona. What Trump signed was a 2018 law, the VA MISSION Act, that modified and expanded the eligibility criteria from the Choice program. Rather than tout that bill, Trump has claimed over and over that he created Veterans Choice itself -- after...
    Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy accused “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin of lying about him on Monday after the daytime talk show dissected the president’s decision to speak with the controversial media mogul. President Trump sat down for a candid interview with Portnoy last week to discuss a variety of topics, including Twitter and the coronavirus outbreak. The wildly popular interview has been viewed millions of times – but Hostin wasn’t a fan. Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy said “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin told a “flat lie” about him. TRUMP ADMITS HE 'OFTEN' REGRETS TWEETS, RETWEETS GET HIM 'INTO TROUBLE' IN INTERVIEW WITH BARSTOOL SPORTS “It didn’t strike me as odd, at all, that [Trump] chose to sit with Dave Portnoy, because Dave Portnoy is such a controversial figure. I mean, he’s had many of his employees quit because of racism, he called [Colin] Kaepernick an ‘ISIS guy’... over a dozen women, Barstool Sports reporters refused to sit down with HBO because they feared rape threats, he’s been on video using the n-word and, so, it’s not surprising to me that Trump would sit down with someone with that kind of reputation,” Hostin said. Portnoy quickly...
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