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Actor Matthew Marsden Weighs In On The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict, Calling Out Woke Hollywood Celebrities And Mainstream Media For Pushing White Supremacy Narrative
Actor Matthew Marsden has recently taken to social media to weigh in on the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, calling out woke Hollywood celebrities and mainstream media for pushing the heinous narrative that the 18-year-old is a white supremacist.
After a long trial that culminated on Friday last week, the jury acquitted Rittenhouse of all five charges he was facing. In the wake of the trial’s long-awaited verdict, left-wing celebrities took to social media to whine about the jury’s decision, completely dismissing the evidence that had been presented.
Nintendo Have “Taken Action” Over Activision Blizzard; Working With ESA For Stronger Stand Against Harassment
Nintendo have stated they have “taken action” over Activision Blizzard; including working with the ESA for a stronger stance against harassment.
Those comments by Nintendo of America President Bowser came on November 19th, sent in an email to all levels of the company. He opened with how he was distressed and disturbed by the reports, as they ran counter to his and Nintendo’s beliefs, values, and policies.
Cyberfrog creator and outspoken critic of the current mainstream comic industry Ethan Van Sciver continues to call out what he refers to as “Woke Bait” peddled by Marvel and DC.
He adds though, that the US government is enabling – and possibly paying with your tax dollars – for what amounts to propaganda from activists at its worst.
Defund the BBC, set up in 2020 is in talks with senior politicians and major Conservative Party donors to launch a nationwide campaign for a referendum. Conservative MPs are also expected to push the case in Parliament using the 100th anniversary of the BBC’s original Charter as a platform to demand reform.
Beginning on December 21, the Hulu + Live TV package will cost $5 more each month. It will go up to $70 with the ad-supported tier of Hulu’s on-demand service and $76 with the ad-free Hulu. Notifications to subscribers have just gone out this morning