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Olivia Wilde slammed conservative activist Candace Owens after she criticized British pop singer Harry Styles for wearing dresses during a recent magazine photo shoot.

Harry, an ex member of the boy band One Direction, became the first male to appear solo on the cover of Vogue. He marked the occasion by blurring gender norms in a photo shoot that featured him wearing dresses.

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On Sunday, Candace retweeted a Vogue post with the comment:

"There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men."

Director and actress Wilde, who is friends with Harry and cast him in her new movie Don't Worry Darling, reacted angrily to the conservative commentator's post, tweeting, "You're Pathetic."

Candace later clarified her "manly men" comment in a follow-up tweet.

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In his Vogue interview Harry explained he shops for women's clothing to challenge gender norms in society.

"I'll go in shops sometimes, and I just find myself looking at the women's clothes thinking they're amazing.

"It's like anything - anytime you're putting barriers up in your own life, you're just limiting yourself."

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An independent autopsy ordered by Quawan Charles' family confirmed a preliminary autopsy report that his cause of death was drowning.

Quawan, 15, disappeared from his father's home in Baldwin, Louisiana on October 30. His bloated body was found 4 days later in a sugar cane field.

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The initial autopsy conducted by the coroner's office in Iberia Parish, LA. found water in the boy's lungs and determined the cause of death was drowning.

American forensics, the agency that performed the second autopsy, also say that the initial autopsy was thorough, according to TMZ. The second autopsy mentions no sign of trauma or natural disease, and that the body was "undergoing decompositional changes upon arrival."

But Quawan's family and friends refused to accept the findings of the preliminary autopsy report.

They believed he was murdered, citing a grisly photo circulating online that showed facial mutilation similar to the damage caused by small animals or marine life nibbling on his face after death.

The family's attorney tells TMZ he's troubled by the Sheriff's Office's slow response in finding Quawan -- noting it took them a total of 4 days just to ping his phone on Nov. 2, which led them to his body the next day.

A final report is pending toxicology results.

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Social media activist Ice Cube will be a headline speaker at a pro-President Trump event, the annual gala of the Zionist Organization of America.

"'I gotta say it was a good day' when my friend Cube readily and happily agreed to speak at our ZOA Gala," said ZOA president Morton Klein, quoting one of the rapper's lyrics.

Klein reached out to Cube in July and the two forged an unlikely friendship.

"We both grew up poor in Black hoods. Cube told me he thanked Jews for starting NAACP, many Black schools & fighting for Black civil rights," Klein wrote in a statement.

"Cube told me he supports condemning Black & all antisemitism & I condemned all racism," he added.

Ice Cube, real name O'Shea Jackson, was called out on social media by angry followers last month after he expressed his support for Trump's $500 billion Platinum Plan to provide economic opportunities for the Black community.

The semi-retired film director was forced to deny his affiliation with the Trump administration while at the same time stressing the importance of the economic plan for his people.

Jackson, 51, was also accused of anti-Semitism by his Jewish followers when he shared a series of memes in some of his tweets.

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Erykah Badu and Elon Musk both found discrepancies in Covid-19 tests they took this week.

They reported the discrepancies on social media -- and were immediately attacked by their followers who don't want the truth revealed.

Erykah took to Twitter on Friday, Nov. 13, to question the accuracy of two Covid-19 tests she took as part of a job requirement.

"This is my third rapid test in 24 hours... Earlier I took 2 and one was positive the other neg in separate nostrils ?? We need to investigate these tests further. I want my $ back."

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She added: "Funny thing is, Dr. ONLY reported the positive result. What the fack is goin on here?"

Get-well wishes poured in for the R&B singer. But Erykah told her supporters she is feeling fine.

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On Thursday, Elon, the CEO of Tesla, tweeted similar concerns about his conflicting tests:

"Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD."

Elon's followers scolded him for reporting the inaccuracy in his tests. But Elon did some investigating, and he learned about a widely known flaw in the PCR tests that produce high numbers of false positive results when run at cycles of 40 and above.

He tweeted: "Lab I just spoke to said cov2 PCR detection (N1 & N3 genes) below 30 cycles is reliable & above 40 cycles is not."

PCR tests are run in cycles of 20-40 repeated thermal temperature changes. Cycles run at 30 or below are considered to be more reliable.

For example, labs that process Covid-19 tests for the NBA and NFL run cycles of 30 or below, which produces more reliable and accurate test results.

But government-controlled labs are processing PCR tests at 40 cycles or higher - which produces a high frequency of false-positive results.

The news media gleefully reports "surging Covid-19 cases" or "a spike in Covid-19 cases" when most of the tests are flawed.

PCR was invented in 1984 by the American biochemist Kary Mullis, who won a Nobel Prize in 1993 for his work.

When Mullis issued warnings about the inaccuracy of his PCR tests, he suddenly died of pneumonia on August 7, 2019.

In 2009, when former President Barack Obama was in office, the CDC stopped reporting H1N1 cases because the tests were unreliable and some labs were co-mingling positive flu results in with the H1N1 results.

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Many believe governments are taking drastic measures to save the environment (climate change) and control the population.

Billionaire elites such as Bill Gates believe their fellow humans are the biggest threat to the environment.

Strict stay-at-home orders will ensure you can't drive for weeks or months, which decreases C02 released into the atmosphere.

And there is much discussion online about vaccines impairing the human reproductive system.

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New details have emerged in the mysterious death of a Louisiana teenager. The family of Quawan "Bobby" Charles tells KATC they were told by investigators that Bobby drowned, but the family is skeptical.

Bobby was reported missing from his home in Baldwin on Oct. 30 and his body was found in a sugarcane field 30 miles away on Nov. 3.

Bobby's parents said he was last seen alive around 4 p.m. He had moved in with his father only two weeks prior to his disappearance.

The father, who is separated from Bobby's mother, told police he went to the store at 4 p.m., and upon returning home a few minutes later he knocked on Bobby's locked bedroom door but there was no response.

He said he used a tool to force the bedroom door open and discovered the boy was gone.

Friends say Bobby left home with a 17-year-old friend and his mother. But Bobby's father said his son did not have any friends.

Family members and activists believe Bobby was murdered. They cite a grisly photo of his body circulating online.

The body shows evidence of facial mutilation similar to the damage caused by nibbling marine life when a body is submerged in water.

The Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office is handling the investigation.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has canceled Thanksgiving for the city's residents amid the rising Covid-19 positive tests.

"This is serious life and death," Lightfoot said during a press conference on Thursday, saying the city is "doing what is necessary" to slow the spread of the virus that causes no symptoms to mild flu symptoms in 99.4% of cases.

Lightfoot imposed a 30-day stay-at-home advisory for people to refrain from traveling home for the holidays, or having guests in their homes, as the Covid-19 fear mongering continues.

The advisory was issued "in response to the rapid rise of COVID-19 positive tests and hospitalizations in the city."

Lightfoot said, "We are sounding the alarm that we are at this inflection point where we have to do more than we've already done."

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Rapper Meek Mill (right) is speaking out about the escalating gang war on Atlanta's streets between factions led by rappers Quando Rondo and Lil Durk (pictured left).

Chicago rapper King Von, 26, was fatally shot by Rondo's crew member Timothy Leeks, 22, during a fistfight between Von and Rondo in Atlanta on Nov. 6.

Word on the street is Lil Durk's crew is gunning for Rondo, 21, who they believe is personally responsible for Von's death.

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Durk, 28, reportedly bought every table at a nightclub where Rondo (pictured) was scheduled to perform this week. The club promoter canceled the show.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Meek, who is friends with Lil Durk, urged other rappers to "pick a side" rather than commenting on Von's death.

Meek tweeted: "Pretty soon everybody gone have to pick a side .... too much real sh*t going on too be cool wit everybody! [sic]"

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Meek's message likely means more blood will be shed on Atlanta's pristine streets.

Hopefully, the mayor's office is monitoring the situation on social media before innocent lives are lost in Atlanta, which is now dubbed Chiraq South.
 

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The election is over, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expanding the state's controversial Stand Your Ground law to allow citizens to shoot looters and rioters.

DeSantis has drafted "anti-mob" legislation that expands Florida's Stand Your Ground law to allow armed citizens to gun down people causing property destruction and "criminal mischief" that disrupts a business, according to The Miami Herald.

Lawyers expressed alarm about the proposed legislation which they called unjustified vigilantism.

"It allows for vigilantes to justify their actions," said former Miami-Dade County prosecutor Denise Georges who handled Stand Your Ground cases.

Georges said citizens taking the law into their own hands and putting a slug in a looter's back is "cruel and unusual punishment."

"It also allows for death to be the punishment for a property crime -- and that is cruel and unusual punishment. We cannot live in a lawless society where taking a life is done so casually and recklessly."

Under the proposed law, prosecutors must prove by "clear and convincing" evidence that someone was not acting in self-defense" when they shoot a rioter or looter.

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said Republican lawmakers like DeSantis are eager to be the next Donald Trump.

"It's clear that the Trump beauty pageant is still going on with governors and senators, who all want to be the next Trump. And the governor is clearly a very good contestant."

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The infighting and caterwauling between centrist and left-leaning House Democrats has reached a fever pitch, with one side calling the other side "racist".

At issue is moderate Democrats seemingly dropping their support for Black Lives Matter and the defund the police movements - which they blame for the loss of several House Democrats seats during the Nov. 3 elections.

Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib (pictured) blamed her more moderate colleagues during a private conference call that was leaked to the news media.

During the call, House Democrats who lost their seats to Republicans cried hot tears and blamed their progressive colleagues for their far-left views that made it easy for Republicans to win.

Tlaib and other members of "The Squad" are highly upset that their centrist colleagues appear to have used Black Lives Matter to get what they wanted.

Both the BLM and defund the police movements are essentially dead in the water as far as the centrist Democrats are concerned.

Reps. Omar and Tlaib fighting mad after their colleagues called on them to stop using the word "socialism."

"We're not going to be successful if we're silencing districts like mine," Tlaib said, according to Politico. "Me not being able to speak on behalf of many of my neighbors right now, many of which are black neighbors, means me being silenced. I can't be silent."

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The public is beginning to suspect that the government's rush to bring a Covid-19 vaccine to market is a money grab by big Pharma.

Just a day after announcing Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective in preventing the coronavirus, company CEO Albert Bourla sold 62% of his stock.

The company's claim of 90% efficacy for its vaccine was not independently verified.

The large stock sale sparked allegations of a "pump and dump" insider trading scheme to earn maximum profit by releasing favorable information about a stock before dumping the stock on the open market.

The SEC Form 4 filing obtained by Axios.com shows Bourla sold 132,508 shares at an average price of $41.94 per share, equivalent to $5.6 million.

A Pfizer spokesperson told Axios that the CEO's stock trade was planned in August and the trade was executed on Tuesday.

Other pharmaceutical companies developing vaccines such as Moderna, also made similar stock sales after announcing favorable news about their vaccines.