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The Vatican is getting closer to solving the mystery of who 'liked' a bikini model's photo from Pope Francis' official Instagram account.

It's doubtful that the head of the Catholic Church 'liked' the naughty photo himself.

It's more likely that a Vatican official forgot to log out of the Pope's account before logging into his own page to browse the IG profiles of scantily clad models.

A sharp-eyed Twitter user spotted the Pope's 'like' and the post went viral on social media.

Barstool Sports captioned the freaky photo: "Pope Francis is horny as hell."

While Pope Francis is staying out of the controversy, Brazilian model Natalia is enjoying her newfound fame. It's not everyday that the Pope gives an Instagram escort his blessing.

"At least I'm going to heaven," Natalia joked.
 

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California's authoritarian governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday issued another stay-at-home order affecting 94% of the state starting on Saturday, Nov. 21.

Gatherings and nonessential work are prohibited between 10 pm and 5 am in 41 out of 58 counties until December 21.

Sheriff's offices in Orange County, El Dorado County, and Sacramento say they will not enforce Newsom's latest lockdown order.

OC Sheriff Don Barnes released a statement Thursday evening saying his office has better things to do than respond to calls about face masks and social gatherings.

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Californians are sick and tired of Newsom's orders -- which he and his do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do Democratic colleagues willfully ignore.

Newsom was spotted dining out with 11 of his friends at a Napa County restaurant on Nov. 6, with nary a mask in sight. The group did not follow any of his Covid-19 safety measures, including social distancing and face masks between bites.

The public backlash to the leaked photos of Newsom and his maskless friends was so intense that Newsom issued an apology and claimed he and his guests were dining "outside."

Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson said the pandemic is "the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public."

"There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians, it's outrageous, this is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public," said Hodkinson during a Zoom call with Alberta government officials this week.

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The "Great Reset" is a term that is being mentioned with increasing frequency by business leaders, politicians and globalists.

You may have heard reporters referring to it in relation to Covid-19. But what does it mean?

Canada's Justin Trudeau recently called the Covid-19 pandemic a perfect "opportunity" to initiate the "Great Reset".

According to Brandon Smith, author at Alt-Market.us, the Great Reset is a multi-tiered plan to ultimately control the world economy and create a cashless society by using the so-called pandemic as a rational for restrictive lockdowns and forced mask mandates to control human behavior.

Food lines are getting longer and unemployment benefits have run out. People who are hungry and desperate are more willing to submit to government control.

The Great Reset will be followed by a slow re-opening of the economy and stricter control of human behavior.

Developed countries will shift to a cashless society (no more rappers holding large stacks of cash to their ears). Money will be Digital, fully controlled and fully traceable.

Globalists hope cashless societies will create "shared equality" between people who willingly give up their rights to property ownership.

Travel will be restricted to those who carry digital wallets or chips that prove they were vaccinated or have immunity.

Over time, citizens will become acclimated to government intrusion in their everyday lives and being told when to do basic things such as going to work or to school (that's already happening now).

As globalist Gideon Lichfield from MIT stated in his article 'We're Not Going Back To Normal': in order to return to a normal economy, people will need to be "vaccinated against the latest virus strains."

That means there will be more Corona strains in the future, and the restrictions that are being forced on us now will likely continue forever.

Meanwhile, the politicians who are forcing the Great Reset on us are living their lives as if there is no pandemic.

Fox 11 News in Los Angeles obtained exclusive photos of California governor Gavin Newsome dining with 11 of his friends at a Napa, California restaurant on November 6, 2020. No one wore masks and they sat shoulder to shoulder at a table.

Another diner, outraged by Newsome's increasingly intrusive restrictions on her life, took the photos and submitted them to Fox11.

Following the backlash, Newsome apologized for his “mistake," and he claimed he and his dinner guests were seated "outside".

Meanwhile, the news media (who take their orders from globalists) continue to stoke fear by reporting "surging Covid-19 cases" while ignoring the fact that thousands of people are dying from the seasonal flu.

Americans are fed up with the lies and have begun to fight back.

In California and New York, local sheriffs are refusing to comply with governor's orders to restrict travel and force lockdowns.

Over 100 protesters showed up outside the NY governor's mansion on Wednesday night to demonstrate against Cuomo's lockdowns, shuttered businesses and school closings.

Citizens in the UK and Germany are also resisting the tyrannical control over their lives.

They say the threat of losing their freedom, their rights and their property is a greater risk than a virus that kills less than 99.94% of people who contract it.

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A North Texas food bank distributed 600,000 pounds of food to 25,000 hungry people this past weekend.

CBS News reports thousands of cars lined up on a Dallas street, "stretching as far as the eye can see."

Saturday's food distribution was the "largest-ever" food giveaway according to the NTFB. Aerial footage by CBS News show several lanes of cars stretched miles down the street.

CBS News interviewed residents who lost their jobs and unemployment assistance.

Samantha Woods, a Dallas resident told CBS, "I see blessings coming to us 'cause we all struggling. And I appreciate North Texas helping us out."

Another Dallas resident, Cynthia Cutler, said, "I haven't been working since December, can't find a job. They cut my unemployment. It's a real big deal."

NTSB President Trisha Cunningham told CNN she is proud of her team "for providing some hope and care during these extraordinary times."

She added: "It was quite a humbling scene to see so many in need."

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People are scratching their heads over a confusing reference to rap music, Black males, bling, money and women made by former President Barack Obama.

Obama, who is everywhere lately, weighed in on President Donald Trump's increased support among Black males in an interview with the Atlantic.

Online polls showed a huge shift in support among Black males for Trump. Obama said rap music explains that shift toward President Trump.

"I have to remind myself that if you listen to rap music, it's all about the bling, the women, the money," Obama said.

"A lot of rap videos are using the same measures of what it means to be successful as Donald Trump is. Everything is gold-plated. That insinuates itself and seeps into the culture... Donald Trump epitomizes that cultural movement that is deeply ingrained now in American culture."

If that sounds confusing, Obama went on to say he doesn't understand Trump's "outsized" popularity because he doesn't watch much television.

"I think that indicates the power of television in the culture that sometimes I miss because I don't watch a lot of TV," Obama said. "I certainly don't watch reality shows."

"And sometimes I'd miss things that were phenomena. But I thought there was a shift there."

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Incoming Congresswoman Cori Bush, RN, was surprised when Republicans on Capitol Hill mistakenly referred to her as "Breonna Taylor."

Bush said Republican lawmakers repeatedly addressed her as "Breonna Taylor" during her first day on the Hill when congressional lawmakers met their newly-elected colleagues for the first time.

She was surprised to learn that her fellow lawmakers didn't know who Breonna Taylor was.

Taylor died in her Louisville home in March during a botched raid by three undercover police officers who were searching for a drug suspect.

Bush, who is Black, said she was hurt that some of her white colleagues in Congress had never heard of Breonna Taylor -- despite violent protests that dominated the news cycle every day over the summer.

"To arrive at Congress to find out that several Republican colleagues do not know her name is not only shocking, but incredibly hurtful," she said.

"I didn't hear it once; I didn't hear it twice, I heard it several times," Bush told NBC News on Friday.

Bush, a registered nurse, pastor, and activist from St. Louis, Missouri, said lawmakers were confused by her black cloth mask printed with Taylor's name in white letters.

But not everyone is buying that excuse.

"How can anyone mistake anyone who's alive to the late Breonna Taylor," asked Charlamagne tha god on the Breakfast Club morning show.

Bush defeated 20-year incumbent William Lacy Clay in the August Democratic primary. She built a name for herself as a Black Lives Matter activist during the 2014 Ferguson riots.
 

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Tracey Davis, daughter of Sammy Davis Jr., has died, her ex-husband Guy Garner confirmed to the Associated Press.

Garner said Tracey died in Franklin, Tennessee, on November 2, following a short illness. An official cause of death was not revealed.

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Tracey was born on July 5, 1961 to Davis and his second wife, Swedish actress May Britt Ringquist (who divorced him in 1968 after his affair with actress Lola Falana).

In her 2014 book, titled Sammy Davis Jr.: A Personal Journey With My Father, Tracey revealed that her parents' interracial marriage led to President John F. Kennedy refusing to allow Davis to perform at his Inauguration.

Davis was a registered Democrat who supported Kennedy's 1960 campaign for president. Davis died from complications of throat cancer in 1990 at age 64.

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Tracey used her life experiences to pen her 1996 book Sammy Davis Jr.: My Father, in which she shared personal recollections about getting to know her dad as an adult. She said his busy career kept him on the road for much of her childhood.

Last month, MGM announced they were using the book to develop a Sammy Davis Jr. biopic, to which Tracey said in a statement: "I am thrilled to know my father’s life, both private and public, will be brought to the big screen with this team of storytellers.

"He and my mother May Britt took on the world, choosing love and compassion over hatred and bigotry, and I am a product of that decision."

Tracey is survived by her mother, her four children, her half-brother Manny and her two adopted brothers, Mark and Jeff.

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Holly Robinson Peete claims President Donald Trump once called her the N-word on the set of his popular reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice.

Peete, a former contestant on Celebrity Apprentice 3 season 9, made the claim during an appearance on The Karen Hunter Show on SiriusXM Urban View.

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Peete is pictured with Trump and her husband Rodney Peete at their HollyRod Foundation event in 2010.

She said before she agreed to appear on Celebrity Apprentice 3 season 9, she asked producer Mark Burnett, "You're not going to try to make me the new Omarosa, make me the mean Black lady or anything, are you?"

"I found him to be kind of piggish and bullish and stuff," she said of Trump, "but I didn't find him to be just this - who he is now, I did not see that."

Peete, who is still salty after her loss to Bret Michaels in 2009, said she heard that Trump was talking about her behind her back.

She said she heard "rumors" that Trump "had tossed out an 'N-word' referring to me."

"When the producer told me when it happened, during the finale, I remember the moment. I wasn't in earshot, but I could see them deciding between me and Bret Michaels."

She recalled seeing Trump "talking with producers and they're really animated and that was when I heard that he said, 'They want the 'N-word' to win.' Because I guess the network wanted me to win or me to be chosen and Trump wanted Bret."

To clarify, Peete didn't actually hear Trump utter the N-word herself. Hopefully she's not setting herself up for a slander lawsuit.

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A new study suggests people who work from home are becoming more racist than their counterparts who still drive to work every morning.

The new study, conducted by polling company Survation, warns that people are living in a bubble and without social mixing between different cultures, religions and ethnic groups, people are more apt to become racist and intolerant to others.

In the United States, over 50% of the workforce continue to work from home amid the daily news reports of spikes in positive coronavirus tests.

44 percent of the workforce in the UK are now working from home due to strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

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An internal email obtained by the Associated Press revealed 65 World Health Organization (WHO) staffers have been infected with the coronavirus.

The United Nations health agency is investigating how and where the staffers at its base headquarters contracted the virus despite safety measures such as PPE and social distancing.

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World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (pictured) self-quarantined after being identified as a contact of a person who tested positive for Covid-19.

"To my knowledge, the cluster being investigated is the first evidence of potential transmission on the site of WHO," Dr. Michael Ryan told reporters on Monday after the AP released a report on the email.

According to the AP the email said about half of those infected worked from home. But 32 of the infected staffers worked on the premises at The W.H.O. headquarters building in Geneva, Switzerland.

The CDC reported last month that 88% of Covid-19 positive tests were people who always wore masks.

Researchers quietly withdrew a study on the effectiveness of face masks after Covid-19 positive tests surged in places where face masks are mandated.

"The authors have withdrawn this manuscript because there are increased rates of SARS- CoV-2 cases in the areas that we originally analyzed in this study," the researchers wrote.

The study was funded in part by Yale University.