Cuomo Controversy, Dr. Seuss Cancelled & Antifa Capitol Riot Lies

Cuomo Controversy, Dr. Seuss Cancelled & Antifa Capitol Riot Lies

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A new study shows that only 2% of conversations end when both people want them to end, Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing calls to resign after sexual harassment accusations from two former aides, Mitt Romney suffered a fall while playing with his grandkids over the weekend, the director of the FBI testified before the Senate and said there is no evidence that rioters who stormed the Capitol were Antifa in disguise, things seem to be looking up vaccine-wise after President Biden said that all adults will have access to the vaccine by May, a new prank is gaining popularity among Japanese teenagers right now, the Governor of Texas is lifting their statewide mask mandate, Oklahoma is stuck with a warehouse full of hydroxychloroquine that Trump bought, Tucker Carlson is concerned about our Testicles, Dr. Seuss was born 117 years ago today and it was announced that six of his books will no longer be published because of insensitive imagery, and since Americans have been holed up for a year, we decided to take the street to ask people to name any book they could think of.

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