ABOVE: The shadow knows.
ABOVE: The shadow knows.
ABOVE: If you're not familiar with American Idol veteran David Hernandez, get familiar with him here. He has some inspirational messaging, not just tits and ass. (That, too.)
ABOVE: They're taking the twincest fantasy to TikTok-teasing levels.
ABOVE: If you kinda love it, it's by Theodore Johansson, and he's got an Etsy.
The Supreme Court of the United States rejected the anti-American lawsuit filed by the AG of Texas meant to toss the votes of millions of battleground-state voters for Biden, in order to hand the election to Trump.
The lawsuit by Ken Paxton tried to invalidate the votes in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin — and
Some 126 House Republicans had signed on to support the suit, a clear attempt at a political coup unprecedented in U.S. history. New Jersey Rep. Bill Pascrell has urged Nancy Pelosi to refuse to seat those 126 on the basis of Reconstruction-era constitutional safeguards against treason.
🚨BREAKING: I’m demanding that the 126 Republicans who have endorsed a malignant lawsuit to overturn the will of the people and undermine our democracy not be seated in Congress. https://t.co/PKMzlSfEjX pic.twitter.com/PLZyyAz7aZ— Bill Pascrell, Jr. (@PascrellforNJ) December 11, 2020
Upon hearing the news of the SCOTUS smackdown — which stings especially since he installed three of its current members — Trump threw a social media hissy-fit, accusing the justices of displaying no wisdom, no courage in rejecting the patently absurd lawsuit.
He also reportedly skipped a maskless, coronavirus-courting White House holiday party, refusing to come out to greet his assembled guests
Trump was scheduled to attend a holiday party around the time the Supreme Court ruling came down. But around 8:30 p.m., guests were informed that Trump would not be coming down from the residence to speak. https://t.co/RS0mYzIskv— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 12, 2020
ABOVE: Flex in the city.
ABOVE: Daddy of your dreams Ed Harris was born on this day. More if you follow here.
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Ten years after Joel Burns's It Gets Better video — which I would bet many of us remember — the former Fort Worth city councilman relives the experience of expressing himself so publicly using his platform and going viral, plus how it affected his loved ones: