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Does Trump Really Want Republicans to Win in Georgia?
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyTrump is headed to Georgia this week, where there’s about to be a pair of special elections to decide the balance of the senate. But don’t expect the president to really talk up his Republican, MAGA AF buds, George Conway says. “It’s better for him and better for his ego if they lose.”Trump has a problem, George explains to Molly-Jong Fast and Rick Wilson on the latest episode of The New Abnormal. Well, two. First, “Republicans did better than he did” in the general election. Not only does “that undercut his claim of fraud… it means that there were significant numbers of Republicans who couldn't stomach him. And that's the reason why he lost and all these other people won.”So now Trump is hate-tweeting Georgia’s Republican governor and Republican secretary of state. And he’s doing his damnedest to tell his followers that their votes don’t count, that they’re sure to be stolen.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Ex-Cybersecurity Chief Hints at Legal Action After Trump Lawyer’s Death Threat
NBC NEWSChristopher Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, suggested on Tuesday morning that he will pursue legal action against Trump campaign lawyer Joe diGenova for remarking that Krebs should be “taken out at dawn and shot.”Krebs was ousted as the Trump administration’s cybersecurity chief last month when he said that this year’s presidential election was the “most secure” in history, drawing the president’s ire as it flew in the face of Trump’s “rigged” election narrative. Krebs, meanwhile, has continued to debunk the president’s baseless conspiracy theories about widespread voter fraud, including in a recent 60 Minutes interview, which further enraged Trump.Appearing on pro-Trump outlet Newsmax on Monday, diGenova took aim at Krebs over his assertion that there is no evidence any votes were flipped from Trump to President-elect Joe Biden.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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The Classic Microplane Is My Most-Used Kitchen Tool
Photo Illustration: Scouted/The Daily Beast/AmazonFor my first Christmas home after being away at college, my dad gave me a microplane. “This tool is invaluable,” he said gravely. I laughed and thanked him and thought maybe he was being a little dramatic.A decade later, I’ve been proved horribly wrong. The microplane is my most-used kitchen tool and I evangelize it to anyone who will listen and force it on friends as a housewarming gift. I use it to grate cheese, especially hard cheeses like parmesan; to grate nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and other spices; to shave fennel; to zest citrus; and more.If you already have a cheese grater, the Microplane might sound redundant, but it’s faster and easier to use, producing heaps of pecorino for cacio e pepe in no time. When it comes to citrus, the ultra-sharp blades are designed with a special tooth set that takes the colorful, flavorful rind while leaving the white, bitter pith behind. Whether you’re adding zest to baked goods or over cocktails, the Microplane is your best friend.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Lawmaker and Diplomats Flee Police Raid on COVID Lockdown Orgy
EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP via Getty ImagesPARIS—Belgian police have broken up an illegal lockdown orgy involving 25 men including at least one foreign politician and several diplomats in a central Brussels bar, according to local reports.Officers burst into the ground floor of a bar on Rue des Pierres in the Belgian capital on Friday night to discover alcohol, drugs and what has been described as “a party of legs in the air,” Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure (DH) reported, with a source claiming: “We interrupted a gang bang!”One of the revelers, a foreign Member of the European Parliament (MEP) who reportedly remains unnamed after invoking his parliamentary right to immunity, tried to escape through a window but injured himself and was then confronted by police reinforcements that had just arrived. The reports conflict with European Parliament regulations, which state that members can be subject to “inquiry, detention or legal proceedings” if they are “found in the act of committing an offence.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Helena Bonham Carter Says ‘The Crown’ Has a ‘Moral Responsibility’ to Admit It Is Fiction
Des Willie / NetflixHelena Bonham Carter, who plays Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth’s troubled younger sister, in the hit Netflix series The Crown, has said that she believes those involved with the show have a “moral responsibility” to emphasize that the show is not factual.Bonham Carter’s intervention, which comes in a new official The Crown podcast, seems likely to heap further pressure on the streaming giant to preface the show with a disclaimer along the lines of the “based on a true story” formula commonly employed in Hollywood movies. Britain’s culture minister has already urged such a move, saying of the show: “It’s a beautifully produced work of fiction, so, as with other TV productions, Netflix should be very clear at the beginning it is just that. Without this, I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact.”The newly-released podcast, which was recorded earlier in the year, focuses on the seventh episode of the show which tells the story of Margaret discovering she has two first cousins suffering from genetic disorders who have been hidden away in an asylum and declared dead.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Save the Holidays By Giving Homemade Bottled Cocktails
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast/Photos via GettyNormally, this time of year I’d be offering suggestions for something with which to charge the flowing bowl, so that its bounty, ladled out with cheer and kindly hospitality, would make the intolerable among your family and acquaintances tolerable and the tolerable truly delightful.There would be soft-focus anecdotes about Charles Dickens or some old English earl, Dutch “Mynheer” or not-so-very-proper Bostonian. There would be rum and port and a thick dusting of freshly grated nutmeg. It would be jolly—damned jolly.But this holiday season, with the specter of COVID-19 hanging over us all, the idea of gathering in close and cozy quarters with a gang of people who aren’t in my immediate household sends a rivulet of cold sweat down my back. And if I’m not going to do it, I’m certainly not going to cheerfully suggest others do.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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How Trump Almost Sabotaged the U.S. Postal Service’s Operation Santa
Courtesy of IFC FilmsWhat a year to be making a film about the United States Postal Service.I’d like to say I planned this whole thing—directing a movie about a little known USPS program called Operation Santa in a year when they became the center of a political maelstrom. But I had no idea what 2020 would bring when we shot the film in the four weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas last year.Dear Santa centers on the USPS, an institution that seemed at points this year to hold our democracy in the balance. As 2020 got underway and we were in full throttle with post-production, we would read the headlines about the political machinations driving events at the USPS, with President Trump confessing to withholding federal aid for the USPS in order to sabotage mail-in voting, but our focus was on something more durable and timeless: the hundreds of thousands of letters that get sent directly to Santa each year and what the postal service does with them.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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A Question for Donald Trump: What Do You Call Someone Who Loses to ‘a Loser’?
Carlos Barria/ReutersRiddle me this, Donald: What does losing to a loser make you? It makes you the biggest loser.I’m talking, of course, about Trump’s farcical notion that lame Joe Biden couldn't possibly have beaten him. While other arguments may require you to embrace conspiracy theories or bone up on detailed (if flawed) knowledge about mail-in ballots, signature matching, etc., this one has the benefit of requiring only what passes for “common sense.”To Trump supporters, the very thought that Biden could have beaten Trump is, on its face, an absurd notion. All Trump has to do is float this fallacious idea out there. And so, he has—in many different varieties and flavors.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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The Real Fascist Threat Was Never Trump—It’s Corporate Power
BloombergFor four years America has shuddered watching Donald Trump, the poor man’s Benito Mussolini, doing his Il Duce imitation. Certainly, Trump's timely political demise should be celebrated, but we cannot ignore a far bigger long-term threat to democracy—one that may be further accelerated by the new regime in Washington.Under the kindly eyes of Uncle Joe, we soon may find ourselves living under an updated version of the fascist “corporate state”— an alliance between political leaders and a handful of ultra-rich, ultra-powerful companies that increasingly dominate the economy and culture. This new American-style corporate state reflects not a conspiracy but the politics of a society with unprecedented concentrations of wealth and power.These firms, based largely in the tech industry, have benefited massively from the lockdowns and now account for nearly 40 percent of the value of the Standard and Poor index, a level of concentration unprecedented in modern history, As the giants get even more gigantic, up to 30 percent of America’s small businesses face bankruptcy and the ranks of the poor have grown by 8 million.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Considering Rahm Is a Slap in the Face of Black America
GettyFormer White House chief of staff and then Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel is angling for a Cabinet position that he doesn’t deserve and President-elect Joe Biden, who promised Black voters that he’d have our backs, needs to make it crystal clear, right now, that this will never happen.The mere fact that this even has to be said right now as the nation still wrestles with the racial unrest around the extrajudicial killings of unarmed Black people hurts enough. Biden can’t heal the soul of America at the expense of further compromising the political safety and security of progressives. By preaching the need for all of us to find “common ground,” even with those who are affiliated with white supremacists, Biden has already proven himself willing to agitate progressives for bipartisan appeal, but putting Emanuel in his cabinet would be a true betrayal.In October 2014, a 17-year old Black teen named Laquan McDonald was fatally shot 16 times by a white Chicago cop named Jason Van Dyke. Van Dyke, who would later be found guilty of second degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, was caught on police dashcam footage committing the crime. But the city of Chicago on Emanuel’s watch actively conspired to hide that footage from the public until after his heated re-election campaign had concluded. Emanuel won a second term thanks to that loathsome deception, only to choose to leave his dream job rather than face voters again now that they knew he was willing to deceive them and cover up a police murder to salvage his own political career.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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2020 Holiday Streaming Guide: Dolly Parton, Vanessa Hudgens, and... Fran Drescher?!
Courtesy HuluFriends, it is time. For weeks now, I have bitten my tongue. I have sat silent in the knowledge that It is not even Thanksgiving yet! and to say anything about this before would have been annoying. But now it is December, and so I feel very within my rights to say... bring on the holiday movies!TV holiday movies, traditionally the stuff of cable channels like Lifetime and Hallmark, have made the jump to streaming in recent years. Netflix has established a couple of popular, tried-and-true franchises like the Christmas Prince and Princess Switch series, and this year Hulu made one of the genre’s first LGBTQ entries with Happiest Season. And if the reign of the 12-foot daddy skeletons this autumn taught us anything, it’s that these trying times have convinced us all to embrace the most gonzo aspects of our seasonal festivities this year. Why not curl up with some fuzzy socks and watch some absolutely wild content starring that girl who was in that thing you loved in middle school? (Pro tip: Make sure to have a giant tub of ice cream in your lap as you do it.)Here, for your perusal, are this year’s best—and most interesting—originals.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Gay Conversion Therapy Survivors Speak Out: ‘It’s Torture’
AlxeyPnferovWarning: some readers may find descriptions of the experiences and alleged therapeutic practices disturbing.On Nov. 20, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down bans on juvenile gay conversion therapy in South Florida. The majority votes in the 2-1 decision came from two Trump-appointed judges, who argued that the therapists’ practicing this mode of therapy—resoundingly condemned by every professional body in the field—were having their freedom of speech violated by being banned from practicing.LGBTQ campaigners do not know if the ruling will have a practical effect. It is presently an outlier and for activists an alarming example of Trump’s efficient packing of lower and higher courts with conservative judges, including the Supreme Court with its current 6-3 conservative majority (where a decision in a religious freedom/LGBTQ fostering case is already pending). Read more at The Daily Beast.
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The MAGA Coalition Rallying Behind Trump’s Post-Election Mischief Is Already Cracking
Nathan HowardAs thousands of Trump supporters marched in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 14 to protest President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, trash-talking conservative operative Ali Alexander felt like he was in a moment of biblical proportions.“I walked through the crowd and it was something out of the Bible,” Alexander said in a Nov. 17 appearance on conspiracy theory hub InfoWars. “People just wanted to touch my garment or something like that.”A few weeks later, the coalition that launched the “Million MAGA March” on that sunny fall day has fractured. As Trump activists plan a return to Washington on Dec. 12 to express their continued displeasure at the results, Alexander’s “Stop the Steal” coalition that has spent nearly a month protesting Trump’s losses outside of election offices and battleground state houses is cracking up.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Trump Tells Pompeo: Go Wild on Iran, Just Don’t Risk ‘World War III’
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyPresident Donald Trump may only have seven weeks left in office, but he’s given his top advisers the green light to batter the Iranian regime—anything that doesn’t hazard a full-on war before Joe Biden is inaugurated.According to multiple U.S. officials familiar with the matter, in recent weeks Trump has taken a more passive role in personally overseeing Iran policy for the critical final months until Inauguration Day. One White House official last week described Trump as mostly “checked out” on this major foreign policy issue, having become consumed by his bumbling legal effort to steal the 2020 election amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as by other his pet grievances of the moment.But Trump has given some of his most hawkish administration officials, particularly his top diplomat, Mike Pompeo, carte blanche to squeeze and punish the Islamic Republic as aggressively as they wish in the coming weeks. All Trump asks is that they don’t risk “start[ing] World War III,” as the president has specifically put it in several private conversations with Pompeo and others, according to two senior administration officials.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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‘Best in Show’ Star John Michael Higgins: I Wouldn’t Play a Gay Man Again Today
Maarten de Boer/NBC via GettyJohn Michael Higgins never set out to be a comedian, but he was so good at it that it stuck.“The only reason I’m still working as a comedian is because I have never approached the job of comedy as a comic,” he says on this week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast. “I just play the scenes. I just play the need and the bigger the need in comedy, the funnier it is.”The 57-year-old character actor may not be a household name, but he has an unmistakable face—especially for fans of his work in Christopher Guest’s films, starting with Best in Show. In that movie, Higgins played the younger and more flamboyant half of a Shih Tzu-owning gay couple with Michael McKean, a part he doubts he would be asked to play today.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Kristi Noem’s Grandmother Died in Nursing Home Ravaged by COVID
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos via FacebookOn Monday, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem buried her grandmother, who was among 13 to die over a two-week period at a top-rated nursing home swept by COVID-19.The 98-year-old grandmother, Aldys Arnold, is said by Noem’s office to have tested negative for the virus, though no cause of death was given. The other 12 of the 13 deaths between Nov. 14 and Nov. 28 at the Estelline Nursing Home are described by the administrator, Mike Ward, as “COVID-related.”“All but one,” Ward told The Daily Beast.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Jimmy Kimmel Accuses Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo of ‘Auditioning’ to Be Trump’s Next Wife
ABC“We are on day 27 now of #Squattergate,” Jimmy Kimmel said during his first post-Thanksgiving monologue Monday night as Donald Trump continues to ignore the reality that he lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.That delusion was on full-display over the weekend when Trump gave his first interview since that election to the Fox News host Kimmel described as the “always sycophantic” Maria Bartiromo to “make a cornucopia of unchallenged false claims.”After playing the clip of Trump ranting by phone about “big massive dumps,” the host joked, “When you get to his age, a lot of your conversation is about the size of your dumps.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Hannity Credulously Buys Sidney Powell’s Excuses for Lack of Evidence and Witnesses
Fox NewsFox News host Sean Hannity on Monday night appeared to credulously accept one-time Trump lawyer Sidney Powell’s excuses for why she was unable to publicly reveal the so-called evidence she claims would show widespread election fraud.Earlier this month, Powell came under fire from Fox News star Tucker Carlson for failing to provide any proof to back her outlandish claims of a nefarious international plot to flip millions of votes from Trump to President-elect Joe Biden. Days after Carlson called her out, and after she accused Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp of being in on the supposed scheme, the Trump legal team dropped Powell.Still, she has continued to push forward with her wild and baseless conspiracy theory that Dominion Voting Systems worked in conjunction with dead Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, liberal philanthropist George Soros, communist Chinese money, and the CIA to steal the election from Trump by using corrupt software to shift votes. Even though Powell no longer represents Trump in an official capacity, she has recently filed long shot lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan and says she’ll be filing others soon.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Trump Campaign Lawyer: Ex-Cybersecurity Chief Should Be ‘Taken Out at Dawn and Shot’
NewsmaxTrump campaign attorney Joe diGenova implicitly called for former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chris Krebs to be executed on Monday for having the temerity to say the 2020 election was the “most secure in United States history.”DiGenova, a former U.S. attorney who is now a member of President Trump’s “elite strike force” looking to overthrow President-elect Joe Biden’s election victory, appeared on pro-Trump host Howie Carr’s Newsmax show on Monday afternoon to boost the president’s unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.Toward the end of a typically unhinged segment in which diGenova baselessly alleged the election was rigged while insisting Trump’s futile legal challenges would stop Biden’s inauguration, the conversation shifted to Krebs and his recent 60 Minutes appearance.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Neera Tanden Mean-Tweeted GOP Lawmakers—Until She Needed Their Votes
Mike Segar/ReutersPresident-elect Joe Biden’s choice for budget chief does not pull punches online. So when some of her hits aimed at top players in Congress were removed from the Internet, it was clear something was up.Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, has deleted over one thousand tweets from her personal Twitter account since the beginning of November. A number of them, since recovered by The Daily Beast, contain comments directed at powerful lawmakers on both sides of the aisle that could turn a relationship to ice before her Senate confirmation hearing to lead the Office of Management and Budget takes place next year.And that’s exactly what seems to be happening to Tanden.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Fox News Host Gives Lara Trump a 2020 Reality Check
Martha MacCallum tried to get Lara Trump to address an actual concern for the Republican Party heading into next month’s double runoff election in Georgia. But the president’s daughter-in-law—and potential 2022 Senate candidate—just wasn’t getting it.The Fox News host brought up the problem of trust in the integrity of elections for Georgia Republicans, one of whom asked RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel over the weekend, “Why should we trust this [runoff] election when it’s already been decided?”“That sounds to me like a pretty good cocktail for having a lot of Republican voters who support the president stay home,” MacCallum said. “And then he’s not going to get what he wants, which is to have his legacy protected by these senators.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
Trump’s Favorite COVID-19 Adviser Scott Atlas Resigns
Nicholas Kamm/GettyScott Atlas has formally resigned from his post as President Trump’s special adviser on COVID-19, multiple news agencies report. Atlas began his 130-day position as a Special Government Employee in August, and his gig was set to expire this week. The Trump adviser has fielded fierce criticism for his efforts to downplay the coronavirus pandemic and block states from enacting their own measures to combat the only worsening outbreak, including enacting mask mandates and social distancing guidelines. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
Our Favorite Storage Bins Are on Sale for Cyber Monday
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Scouted/Open SpacesFor a while, I bought storage bins on the cheap—ones that didn’t bring me joy to use. And so, I didn’t use them, and their purpose went unfulfilled. And then, I tried Open Space’s take on the storage bin. I feel like because they are so sleek and beautiful, I’m more inclined to use them, and use them, and use them. My space has never been more organized, and I owe it all to these bins.Let Scouted guide you to the best Cyber Monday deals. Shop Here >Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publish. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and deals. Curious about a specific product or brand? Let us know! If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.Read more at The Daily Beast.
The Best Steak You Can Get Delivered Is on Sale
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Scouted/RastellisWhat’s better than a good steak? Easy, free steak. Rastelli’s is one of our favorite ways to have quality cuts of meat delivered. Choose between NY Strip steaks, Ribeyes, Wagyu Burgers, and much much more. If you spend over $150 (which is easy to do), Rastelli’s will throw in 10 Albacore Tuna Filets or 6 Filet Mignons for free. We’ve rounded up a few items that’ll help you get over that mark.Let Scouted guide you to the best Cyber Monday deals. Shop Here >Read more at The Daily Beast.
‘Incredible Loss’: Instagram Influencer Found Dead Along Houston Road
InstagramIf there’s one thing Alexis Sharkey’s friends and family can agree on, it’s that the 26-year-old was always with her phone and never missed a message.So when the Texas influencer with over 21,000 Instagram followers—who’d recently expressed her desire to divorce her husband of less than a year—went radio silent on Friday evening after spending Thanksgiving with friends, alarm bells went off.“I instantly knew something was off,” the 26-year-old’s best friend, who wished to remain anonymous for fear of retribution, told The Daily Beast on Monday. “She has never been known to disappear or not answer her phone. I don’t think we have ever gone more than six hours without texting.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
Charlotte’s Web’s Best-Selling CBD Is 30% Off For Cyber Monday
Photo Illustration: Scouted/The Daily Beast/Charlotte's WebCBD can really take the edge off these days, but you gotta find what works for you. The best part of a brand like Charlotte’s Web is that they have something for everyone. And we’ve tried a lot of it, from the tinctures to the gummies. Right now, you can get 30% off sitewide with the code CYBER30 and try out some CBD for yourself. It may be the key to getting through the holidays this year.Let Scouted guide you to the best Cyber Monday deals. Shop Here >Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publish. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and deals. Curious about a specific product or brand? Let us know! If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Laverne Cox is Right. Anti-Trans Harassment Is Rife.
Dia Dipasupil/GettyTransgender actress and advocate Laverne Cox revealed in an Instagram post that while walking with her friend they were accosted and attacked in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park. She said the man aggressively asked for the time. Then the man asked Cox’s friend, “Guy or Girl?”Cox’s friend, who has not been named, told the man to “[Expletive] off,” and then the man began hitting Cox’s friend.“It’s not safe in this world,” Cox said. “It’s not safe if you’re a trans person.” She talked about the long history of street harassment she has endured. She added, “This dude was looking for trouble because I happen to be a trans person in public.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Kremlin-Funded TV Airs Mind-Numbingly Racist Blackface Attack on Obama
NTVThe news that former Vice President Joe Biden would become the next president of the United States was met in Russia with grim resignation, bordering on despair. Experts on Russian state television have described Biden’s presidency as “Obama’s third term” and predicted a slew of new sanctions dreaded by the Kremlin. This anticipation revived the wave of racist attacks against former U.S. President Barack Obama, which were commonplace during his administration.Overt racism in Russian state media is far from uncommon, but nonetheless continues to be shocking. Tigran Keosayan—the husband of Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of the Kremlin-funded RT and Sputnik—took racist mockery to new lows on his program Mezhdunarodnaya Pilorama (“International Sawmill”), which was first reported by the Moscow Times. Keosayan described Barack Obama as “the dark page of American history,” while introducing a highly offensive sketch by an actress in blackface impersonating the former U.S. president.The purported portrayal of Barack Obama was tasteless and crude, with the actress in bandana gesticulating as a rapper and describing the former president of America as a “chocolate bunny.” The show, which aired on the state-owned gas company funded channel NTV , mocked “Black Lives Matter” and claimed that none of Barack Obama’s relatives know how to write. The sketch concluded with a recommendation that rather than to read Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” the viewers should opt for “reading the label on the bathroom air freshener.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Melania Trump’s Last White House Christmas Looks Pretty—and Empty
Kevin Lamarque/ReutersShe hates doing it. We’ve never been huge fans of it, either. And yet, Melania Trump, an icon in the War Against Christmas, has done it again: decorated the White House.It is both a Groundhog’s Day-esque holiday ritual and a finale. The first lady, who has decked the halls nightmarishly for four years, with blood-red trees and barren white branches, will finally sign off from a job she admittedly loathed.“Who gives a fuck about Christmas stuff?” Melania whined in a conversation her former “friend,” Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, secretly taped two years ago and released last month. Read more at The Daily Beast.
The Best Cyber Monday Deals on Amazon
Photo Illustration: Scouted/The Daily Beast/AmazonCyber Monday brings on lots and lots of deals, and it can be kind of daunting. We've taken a look at the best ones to shop from Amazon to make your life a little bit easier during this pretty hectic day of savings. You'll find everything and anything that you could possibly want, from our favorite way to make cold brew to a 4K TV for under $1,000. Get to shopping!Takeya Two Quart Cold Brew Coffee Maker, $21 (40% Off)Instant Pot Max Pressure Cooker 9 in 1, $90 (60% off)Read more at The Daily Beast.